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NCAA.com | May 26, 2015

Top eight seeds head to Oklahoma City

For the first time since 2006, the top eight seeds are heading to Oklahoma City for the Women’s College World Series.

Follow along as the teams travel and prepare to play on college softball’s biggest stage.

Oklahoma sweeps Texas to win the 2022 Women's College World Series

Oklahoma beat Texas in dominating fashion to sweep the Longhorns in the WCWS championship series.
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Oklahoma sweeps Texas in dominant fashion to win back-to-back WCWS national titles

Oklahoma downed Texas 10-5 in Game 2 of the WCWS national championship series to clinch its second consecutive national title. Jocelyn Alo won the 2022 WCWS Most Outstanding Player award.
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Oklahoma crushes Texas to start Women's College World Series finals, sets home run record

Oklahoma set a WCWS record with six home runs to rout rival Texas 16-1 and move one win away from their second consecutive title and sixth overall. Jocelyn Alo hit two homers in the blowout.
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