NCAA Norman Regional Regional begins Friday

NORMAN – The top-seed pudding team Oklahoma (49-2, 18-0 Big 12) begins its fifth national title this weekend as it is host to an NCAA Region in Norman starting Friday. The event is three days, four teams, than Notre Dame (36-16, 12-2 ACP) facing Wisconsin (40-12, 12-2 Big Ten) at 6 p.m. Friday's CT on ESPN before the Early Amended with UMBC (30-22, 7-11 East America) at 8:30 pm. CT Friday on ESPN2.

Friday's winners will go forward in the first of three Saturday games, and Friday's teams will be missing out on them in a game end to game two of Saturday's highlights. A loser will take the first game from the second game in a Saturday weekend match. The winner of the final game will give the winner of the first match of the day on Sunday with a relaunch if necessary on Sunday afternoon.

This weekend's regional regional winner will go on to the NCAA Regional Super round against Evanston regional winner, hosted by Northwestern, the following weekend with the final goal of achieving the Ladies National League.



Tickets are sold to NCAA Norman Regional Region.

The OU Athletics introduced a clear bag policy and walking metal detectors at all events in the town this season. More information can be found here.


Oklahoma made the NCAA tournament in each of 25 years 25 years at the head coach Patty Gasso at the helm of the program and in 26 seasons on the whole. There is only a longer streak at Arizona (32 straight), and the Early Delay is connected to Washington for the second longest run.

This is just the ninth year of OU at regional hosting. Overall, Oklahoma 71-19 (.789) in NCAA regional play with 17 Regional branches in 25 appearances. In 2018, the OU brush the NCAA Norman Regional with three closures, surpassing 24-0.

The Supervisors are looking to make the 10th appearance in Super Regionals and 13th overall since the format was introduced in 2005. During the time, the OU competes in the 12 Ladies' World Series and won four championships. national. t


For the second time in the history of the program, the Sooners enter the NCAA Softball Competition as seed No. The feat was also completed in 2013, when the OU won its second national championship.

In this week's polls, the Sooners remained classified as No. 1 in the US Department of the United States / NFCA, in the Scottish Testers and the Top 25 Softball Collegiate for the fifth consecutive week. Oklahoma is the only program to be ranked every week of the NFCA's poll, a series of 366 direct polls.

Speaking of No. 1, Oklahoma is in charge of the nation in the following statistical categories: average of batching (.365), average of rite earned (1.15), field percentage (.986), home races per game (1.90), percentage base .456), fastenings (23), percentage slugging (.675), shot and walk ratio (6.87) and percentage loss (.961).


Oklahoma claimed the eighth Big consecutive season consecutively in 2019. With an 18-0 record, the OU was the first program to finish the Great play 12 without being hit in back seasons back . The Sooners have seldom been in the last 54 series of conferences (50-0-4 in this area) and have not lost a series of conferences since 2011.

The Sooners finished the regular season in the 12 major led in a bakery medium, percentage on the base, percentage slugging, scoring scores, hits, triple, home tracks, drawn walks, ERA, average batting combat, stops and strikes.

The OU is first completed in the Big 12 with eight seasons down with a combined record of 134-13. Before the OU had eight regular regular titles, no team had ever won more than two titles. Overall, the Early Learner has 18 major titles with 12 regular seasons and six 12 major tournaments, under each of the pioneering coaches Patty Gasso.

The Big 12 did not nominate a season season championship in 2019. The Big Championship 12 was canceled before finishing play games of the day due to rain and poor parking conditions at Hero Hall Stadium in the United States. As a result, a regular champion of the season, Oklahoma, earned an automatic offer of the conference for the NCAA Box Championship.


With a 13-0 record at home this season, a striking strike 47 game is currently a program. The OU's 16-0 victory on Baylor on 7 April was the 46th consecutive home victory, breaking a school record that lasted for over 17 years. Early Women did not lose Marita Hynes Field since May 20, 2017; The previous program of 45 home victories was won directly from April 14, 2000 to March 29, 2002.

In 2018, the Sooners 30-0 went by Marita Hynes Field, including a 25-0 mark in the regular season. It was the second perfect home record in school annals, which also occurred in 2001 (18-0). In addition, 30 victories in the home were the second largest in OU's history behind the 2014 team.

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