The Fall Softball Schedule For Oklahoma
The Sooners’ fall plan incorporates two games and six intrasquad scrimmages as Patty Gasso’s group gets ready to pursue its fourth consecutive public title.
Oklahoma declared its yearly fall softball plan on Thursday.
The three-time protecting public winners will open the fall display season on Oct. 4, and will close the fall season on Nov. 9.
The timetable highlights games against North Focal Texas (Oct. 16) and Seminole State (Oct. 23), in addition to six intrasquad scrimmages called the “Fight Series,” which elements total scoring and an exceptional scoring framework
Notwithstanding the group versus group rivalries, like the previous fall, a combined focuses framework will be utilized to decide MVPs and a singular top dog will be named at the finish of the series.
All Fight Series games will be broadcast on ESPN+.
All games will be played at OU’s Marita Hynes Field – – the last time OU will play there, as fresh out of the box new Love’s Field is planned to open in time for the Sooners’ quest for a fourth consecutive public title in the spring.
Tickets will be accessible for buy online at www.SoonerSports.com/tickets starting Friday, Sept. 22 at 10 a.m. CT and at the entryway on game days. All tickets will be general affirmation and cost $15.
OU Games’ unmistakable pack strategy will be active and stroll through metal indicators will be used.
During every one of OU’s eight fall games, the Sooners will hold a food drive related to the OU Food Storeroom. Fans who take part in the food drive will get a Whataburger coupon for their gift at the front door. Fans are urged to carry canned or durable things to give (toothpaste/toothbrushes, cleanser, ladylike consideration items, peanut butter, jam, cereals [cups or boxes], soups, boxed pastas, macintosh and cheddar, canned fish/chicken, rice and nibble things).
The Sooners return 13 players for the 2024 season, including four 2023 All-Americans (utility player Alyssa Brito, outfielder Jayda Coleman, catcher Kinzie Hansen and infielder Tiare Jennings), and welcome eight novices.
Oklahoma brought home its third consecutive public title last season subsequent to posting a 61-1 record, which was really great for the best winning rate (.984) in NCAA Division I history. OU likewise set the NCAA Division I record for longest series of wins, winning in every one of its last 53 rounds of the time.