Oklahoma was a dominant force all season long, carrying the No. 1 ranking from the first week of the regular season and leading the nation in both scoring and earned-run average. It took a captivating 11th-inning rally for them to beat Tennessee in Game 1 of the WCWS Finals, with a dropped pop-up sparking a three-run outburst before Lauren Chamberlain's 30th home run of the season won it in the 12th. The Sooners then eased through Game 2 to take their second title. In Division II, Central Oklahoma won its first title in an extra-inning thriller and Tufts won its first Division III title. Take a look back at all three with videos, features and photos as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2012-13 season.


Oklahoma completes dominant season with national title

After clinching the first game of the championship series in the 12th inning, Oklahoma cruised past Tennessee 4-0 in Game 2 to win the series and take home the NCAA title ... Read More

Highlights Box Score Photos Features: Sooners' dynamic duo | Memorable moments from the WCWS

Central Oklahoma notches first championship

The Bronchos claimed the program's first national championship with a 5-2 win versus Kutztown in nine innings. Kacie Edwards had two big hits in Central Oklahoma's win ... Read More

Highlights Box Score Photos Feature: Brunson impresses  Brackets: Interactive Printable

Tufts breaks through, capturing first national title

For the first time in program history, Tufts took home the NCAA Division III national championship trophy, winning a back-and-forth title game against Cortland State ... Read More

Highlights Box Score Photos Feature: Teamwork pays off Brackets: Interactive Printable