Recreation schedules, TV schedule, scores for NCAA softball

A discipline of 64 NCAA Division I girls’s softball groups has been whittled all the way down to eight groups that may compete within the 2022 Ladies’s School World Collection.

Solely three of the eight seeds and 5 of the highest 16 made it to Oklahoma Metropolis as three underdogs crashed the get together.

The sphere contains defending champion and No. 1 seed Oklahoma, who’ve dominated this season with their explosive offense, and No. 5 seed UCLA, essentially the most profitable crew within the historical past of faculty softball. Two-time nationwide champion Florida, seeded No. 14, is again for one more shot, as is seven-time champion Arizona, this time as an unranked crew that exceeded expectations. No. 7 seeded Oklahoma State, Northwestern State, No. 9 Texas and Oregon State are every searching for their first softball championships from the NCAA.

In complete, the Pac-12 (UCLA, Arizona and Oregon State) and Huge 12 (Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas) have every despatched 3 times to the Ladies’s School World Collection, whereas the Huge Ten (Northwestern) and SEC (Florida ) every have one. The match begins Thursday with 4 matches.

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Infielder Thessa Malau'ulu and the UCLA Bruins will attempt to win their 13th NCAA softball championship at the 2022 Women's College World Series.

Infielder Thessa Malau’ulu and the UCLA Bruins will try to win their thirteenth NCAA softball championship on the 2022 Ladies’s School World Collection.

Here is a take a look at the Ladies’s School World Collection schedule, adopted by tremendous regional and regional outcomes.

Ladies’s College World Collection

Each hour ET except in any other case specified

THURSDAY

Recreation 1: Texas vs. UCLA, midday (ESPN)

Recreation 2: Northwestern vs. Oklahoma, 2:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Recreation 3: Oregon State vs. Florida, 7 p.m. (ESPN)

Recreation 4: Arizona vs. Oklahoma State, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN)

FRIDAY

Recreation 5: Loser of Recreation 1 vs. Loser of Recreation 2, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)

Recreation 6: Loser of Recreation 3 vs. Loser of Recreation 4, 9:30 p.m. (ESPN2)

SATURDAY

Recreation 7: Recreation 1 winner vs. Recreation 2 winner, 3 p.m. (ABC)

Recreation 8: Recreation 3 winner vs. Recreation 4 winner, 7 p.m. (ESPN)

SUNDAY

Recreation 9: Recreation 5 winner vs. Recreation 8 loser, 3 p.m. (ABC)

Recreation 10: Recreation 6 winner vs. Recreation 7 loser, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)

MONDAY, JUNE 6

Recreation 11: Recreation 7 Winner vs. Recreation 9 Winner, Midday (ESPN)

Recreation 12 (if crucial): 2:30 p.m. (to be decided)

Recreation 13: Recreation 8 winner vs. Recreation 10 winner, 7 p.m. (ESPN)

Recreation 14 (if crucial): 9:30 p.m. (to be decided)

WCWS Finals

Recreation 1: Wednesday, June 8, 8:30 p.m.

Recreation 2: Thursday, June 9, 7:30 p.m.

Recreation 3 (if crucial): Friday, June 10, 8:30 p.m.

NCAA Tremendous Regionals

(House crew listed first)

No. 1 Oklahoma vs. No. 16 Central Florida

Recreation 1: Oklahoma 8, Central Florida 0

Recreation 2: Oklahoma 7, Central Florida 1

– Oklahoma strikes to WCWS

Arizona State No. 8 vs. Northwestern No. 9

Recreation 1: Northwestern 4, Arizona State 3 (11 Inns)

Recreation 2: Arizona State 7, Northwestern 4 (8 hostel)

Recreation 3: Northwest 8, Arizona State 6

— Northwest advances in direction of WCWS

Angela Zedak helped the Northwestern Wildcats reach the Women's College World Series for the first time since 2007.

Angela Zedak helped the Northwestern Wildcats attain the Ladies’s School World Collection for the primary time since 2007.

No. 5 UCLA vs. No. 12 Duke

Recreation 1: UCLA 3, Duke 2

Recreation 2: UCLA 8, Duke 2

— UCLA strikes to WCWS

No. 4 Arkansas vs. Texas

Recreation 1: Arkansas 7, Texas 1

Recreation 2: Texas 3, Arkansas 1

Recreation 3: Texas 3, Arkansas 0

– Texas strikes to WCWS

No. 3 Virginia Tech vs. No. 14 Florida

Recreation 1: Virginia Tech 6, Florida 0

Recreation 2: Florida 7, Virginia Tech 2

Recreation 3: Florida 12, Virginia Tech 0

– Florida strikes to WCWS

Stanford vs. Oregon State

Recreation 1: Oregon State 3, Stanford 1

Recreation 2: Oregon State 2, Stanford 0

– Oregon State strikes to WCWS

No. 7 Oklahoma State vs. No. 10 Clemson

Recreation 1: Oklahoma State 2, Clemson 0

Recreation 2: Oklahoma State 5, Clemson 1

– Oklahoma State advances to WCWS

Arizona vs. Mississippi State

Recreation 1: Arizona 3, Mississippi State 2

Recreation 2: Arizona 7, Mississippi State 1

— Arizona strikes to WCWS

NCAA Regionals

In Norman, Oklahoma

Recreation 1: Texas A&M 5, Minnesota 1

Recreation 2: Oklahoma 14 No. 1, Prairie View A&M 0

Recreation 3: Oklahoma 3, Texas A&M 2

Recreation 4: Minnesota 13, Prairie View A&M 1

Recreation 5: Texas A&M 10, Minnesota 7

Recreation 6: Oklahoma 20, Texas A&M 0

— Oklahoma progresses

In Orlando

Recreation 1: Michigan 2, South Dakota State 1

Recreation 2: 16 Central Florida (6, Villanova 0

Recreation 3: Central Florida 3, Michigan 2 (11 hostels)

Recreation 4: South Dakota State 5, Villanova 4 (Inn 9)

Recreation 5: Michigan 4, South Dakota State 1

Recreation 6: Central Florida 9, Michigan 4

— Central Florida is making progress

In Evanston, Illinois

Recreation 1: McNeese 11, Notre Dame 1

Recreation 2: 9 Northwestern 9, Oakland 2

Recreation 3: North West 17, McNeese 3

Recreation 4: Notre Dame 16, Oakland 1

Recreation 5: McNeese 3, Notre Dame 1

Recreation 6: North West 10, McNeese 2

— Advances from the northwest

In Tempe, Arizona

Recreation 1: San Diego State 10, LSU 5

Recreation 2: Arizona State 5 #8, Cal State-Fullerton 2

Recreation 3: Arizona State 11, San Diego State 8

Recreation 4: Cal-State Fullerton 3, LSU 2

Recreation 5: San Diego State 8, Cal-State Fullerton 5

Recreation 6: Arizona State 8, San Diego State 4

– Arizona State is progressing

In Los Angeles

Recreation 1: Loyola Marymount 4, Mississippi 2

Recreation 2: 5 UCLA 12, Grand Canyon 1

Recreation 3: UCLA 7, Loyola Marymount 1

Recreation 4: Mississippi 9, Grand Canyon 5

Recreation 5: Mississippi 4, Loyola Marymount 2

Recreation 6: UCLA 9, Mississippi 1

— UCLA is making progress

In Durham, North Carolina

Recreation 1: Liberty 2, Georgia 0

Recreation 2: #12 Duke 4, UMBC 0

Recreation 3: Duke 5, Freedom 0

Recreation 4: Georgia 6, UMBC 3

Recreation 5: Georgia 7, Freedom 2

Recreation 6: Georgia 5, Duke 3

Recreation 7: Duke 13, Georgia 5

— Duke steps ahead

In Seattle

Recreation 1: Texas 6 vs. Weber State 0

Recreation 2: 13 Washington 9, Lehigh 2

Recreation 3: Texas 8, Washington 2

Recreation 4: Lehigh 5, Weber State 4

Recreation 5: Washington 6, Lehigh 1

Recreation 6: Washington 2, Texas 0

Recreation 7: Texas 3, Washington 2

— Texas advances

Texas and Oklahoma State will represent the Women's College World Series Big 12, along with No. 1 seed Oklahoma.

Texas and Oklahoma State will characterize the Ladies’s School World Collection Huge 12, together with No. 1 seed Oklahoma.

In Fayetteville, Arkansas

Recreation 1: No. 4 Arkansas 11, Princeton 0

Recreation 2: Oregon 10, Wichita State 2

Recreation 3: Arkansas 6, Oregon 2

Recreation 4: Wichita State 5, Princeton 4

Recreation 5: Oregon 8, Wichita State 1

Recreation 6: Arkansas 9, Oregon 3

– Arkansas progresses

In Blacksburg, Virginia

Recreation 1: No. 3 Virginia Tech 4, vs. St. Francis (Pennsylvania) 0

Recreation 2: Kentucky 15, Miami (Ohio) 1

Recreation 3: Kentucky 5, Virginia Tech 4

Recreation 4: Miami (Ohio) 4, St. Francis (Pennsylvania) 0

Recreation 5: Virginia Tech 5, Miami (Ohio) 4

Recreation 6: Virginia Tech 9, Kentucky 2

Recreation 7: Virginia Tech 5, Kentucky 4

— Virginia Tech is making progress

In Gainesville, Florida

Recreation 1: Georgia Tech 2, Wisconsin 1

Match 2: #14 Florida 10, Canisius 1

Recreation 3: Florida 7, Georgia Tech 1

Recreation 4: Wisconsin 3, Canisius 0

Recreation 5: Wisconsin 7, Georgia Tech 6

Recreation 6: Florida 11, Wisconsin 0

— Florida is making progress

In Knoxville, Tennessee

Recreation 1: Oregon State 4, Ohio State 3

Recreation 2: 11 Tennessee 9, Campbell 1

Recreation 3: Tennesse 3, Oregon State 0

Recreation 4: Ohio State 10, Campbell 0

Recreation 5: Oregon State 5, Ohio State 1

Recreation 6: Oregon State 8, Tennessee 3

Recreation 7: Oregon State 3, Tennessee 1

— Oregon State makes progress

In Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Recreation 1: No. 6 Alabama 3, Chattanooga 0

Recreation 2: Stanford 3, Murray State 1

Recreation 3: Stanford 6, Alabama 0

Recreation 4: Chattanooga 1, Murray State 0 (8 hostels)

Recreation 5: Alabama 6, Chattanooga 2

Recreation 6: Alabama 4, Stanford 0

Recreation 7: Stanford 6, Alabama 0

— Standford advances

In Stillwater, Oklahoma

Recreation 1: Nebraska 3, North Texas 0

Recreation 2: 7 Oklahoma State 12, Fordham 0

Recreation 3: Oklahoma State 7, Nebraska 4

Recreation 4: North Texas 5, Fordham 3

Recreation 5: North Texas 3, Nebraska 0

Recreation 6: Oklahoma State 2, North Texas 0

– Oklahoma State advances

In Clemson, South Carolina

Recreation 1: No. 10 Clemson 9, UNC-Wilmington 0

Recreation 2: Auburn 4, Louisiana-Lafayette 3

Recreation 3: Clemson 1, Auburn 0

Recreation 4: Louisiana-Lafayette 3, UNC-Wilmington 1

Recreation 5: Louisiana-Lafayette 4, Auburn 3

Recreation 6: Clemson 8, Louisiana-Lafayette 0

— Clemson advances

In Columbia, Missouri

Recreation 1: 15 Missouri 3, Missouri State 1

Recreation 2: Arizona 8, Illinois 3

Recreation 3: Arizona 2, Missouri 0

Recreation 4: Missouri State 2, Illinois 0

Recreation 5: Missouri 2, Missouri State 0

Recreation 6: Arizona 1, Missouri 0

— Arizona progresses

In Tallahassee, Florida

Recreation 1: South Florida 4, Mississippi State 0

Recreation 2: Florida State No. 2 8, Howard 0

Recreation 3: Florida State 8, South Florida 0

Recreation 4: Mississippi State 6, Howard 3

Recreation 5: Mississippi State 6, South Florida 0

Recreation 6: Mississippi State 5, Florida State 0

Recreation 7: Mississippi State 4, Florida State 3

– Advances from the State of Mississippi

Former NCAA Softball Champions

(compiled by the Related Press)

2021: Oklahoma (56-4)

2020: Canceled as a result of pandemic

2019: UCLA (56-6)

2018: Florida State (58-12)

2017: Oklahoma (61-9)

2016: Oklahoma (57-8)

2015 : Florida (60-7)

2014 : Florida (55-12)

2013: Oklahoma (57-4)

2012: Alabama (60-8)

2011: Arizona State (60-6)

2010: UCLA (50-14-1)

2009: Washington (51-12)

2008: Arizona State (66-5)

2007: Arizona (50-14-1)

2006: Arizona (54-11)

2005: Michigan (65-7)

2004 : UCLA (47-9)

2003: UCLA (54-7)

2002: California (56-19)

2001: Arizona (65-4)

2000: Oklahoma (66-8)

1999: UCLA (63-6)

1998: Fresno State (52-11)

1997 : Arizona State (61-5)

1996: Arizona (58-9)

#-1995: UCLA (50-6)

1994: Arizona (64-3)

1993: Arizona (44-8)

1992: UCLA (54-2)

1991: Arizona (56-16)

1990 : UCLA (62-7)

1989: UCLA (48-4)

1988: UCLA (53-8)

1987: Texas A&M (56-8)

1986: California State Fullerton (57-9-1)

1985: UCLA (41-9)

1984: UCLA (45-6-1)

1983: Texas A&M (41-11)

1982: UCLA (33-7-2)

#-UCLA’s 1995 nationwide championship was later overturned by the NCAA’s infraction committee

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This text initially appeared on USA TODAY: WCWS: Game times, scores, NCAA Softball World Series TV schedule

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