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NCAA.com | June 8, 2016

Women's College World Series: Scores, television schedule, game previews

WCWS Championship: Auburn Stuns Oklahoma

Here is the complete Women's College World Series television schedule and scores, featuring the eight teams who will vie for the WCWS NCAA softball national championship in Oklahoma City.

All times are Eastern.

MORE: Live updates from Oklahoma City | WCWS scoreboard

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Women's College World Series: Oklahoma City

Thursday, June 2

Georgia 5, Florida State 4 

Auburn 10, UCLA 3

Alabama vs. Oklahoma | Postponed, rain

LSU vs. Michigan | Postponed, rain

Friday, June 3

Oklahoma 3, Alabama 0

Michigan 2, LSU 0

Saturday, June 4

UCLA 4 vs. Florida State 8

Alabama 4 vs. LSU 6

Auburn 4 vs. Georgia 3

Oklahoma 7 vs. Michigan 5

Sunday, June 5

Florida State 1 vs. Michigan 0

LSU 4 vs. Georgia 1

Auburn 8 vs. Florida State 7 (8)

Oklahoma 7 vs. LSU 3

Final Series

Auburn 2 vs. Oklahoma 3

Auburn 11, Oklahoma 7

Auburn vs. Oklahoma | June 8, 7 p.m. | ESPN/WatchESPN

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