softball-d1 flag

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

BRACKETS: Interactive | Printable

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

Get even more softball news and rankings at nfca.org, the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.

WCWS Semifinals: Auburn defeats Florida State

Women's College World Series 2020 schedule

Here is the full schedule for the 2020 Women's College World Series. The WCWS runs May 28-June 2/3 at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
READ MORE

Notable college baseball players who starred in the Little League World Series

Hundreds of schools across three divisions of NCAA baseball have fielded teams for numerous years, making it difficult to pinpoint every athlete that's participated on a college program and in the 73-tournament-old LLWS. But though this compilation isn't comprehensive, we've put together a list of some of the most notable players who stepped on the collegiate and LLWS baseball diamond at some point in their careers.
READ MORE

College softball's all-time home run leaders

Here's a look at the ten college softball players who have slugged 83 or more home runs in their illustrious NCAA careers.
READ MORE

Subscribe To Email Updates

Enter your information to receive emails about offers, promotions from NCAA.com and our partners