NCAA Softball World Sequence Recreation Schedules, Scores, TV Schedule

A subject 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 Girls’s Faculty World Sequence.

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

The sector contains defending champion and No. 1 seed Oklahoma, who’ve dominated this season with their explosive offense, and No. 5 seed UCLA, probably the most profitable group within the historical past of faculty softball. Two-time nationwide champion Florida, seeded No. 14, is again for an additional shot, as is seven-time champion Arizona, this time as an unranked group 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 whole, the Pac-12 (UCLA, Arizona and Oregon State) and Large 12 (Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas) have every despatched 3 times to the Girls’s Faculty World Sequence, whereas the Large Ten (Northwestern) and SEC (Florida ) every have one. The match begins Thursday with 4 matches.

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This is a take a look at the Girls’s Faculty World Sequence schedule, adopted by tremendous regional and regional outcomes.

Girls’s College World Sequence

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 needed): 2:30 p.m. (to be decided)

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

Recreation 14 (if needed): 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 needed): Friday, June 10, 8:30 p.m.

NCAA Tremendous Regionals

(Residence group 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.

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.

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 on account 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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