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2019 Women’s College World Series Schedule

Oklahoma celebrates their Super Regional victory over Northwestern. The Sooners are headed back to the Women’s College World Series seeking their 5th title in school history. Oklahoma enters the WCWS as the #1 overall seed and have been dominant for much of the season. (Bryan Terry / The Oklahoman)

2019 Women’s College World Series Schedule

The 2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball season has come down to the final 8 teams vying to win the Women’s College World Series. An updated bracket can be found here. Each game of the 2019 Women’s College World Series will take place from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The remaining 8 teams will compete in a double elimination format until only two teams remain. Those two teams will then play in a best-of-three championship series to determine the 2019 national champion.

The Florida State Seminoles were the defending national champion after defeating the Washington Huskies in the 2018 championship series. The Seminoles lost to Oklahoma State in the Super Regionals. The Oklahoma Sooners won the national championship in both 2016 and 2017 will be back seeking their third title in four seasons.

Seven of the eight schools in the Women’s College World Series have previously made an appearance in Oklahoma City. Minnesota is making its first appearance in the WCWS. Of the seven teams that have previously made the WCWS, Arizona has had the longest absence since their last appearance in 2010. The below table shows the eight teams taking part in the WCWS along with their last appearance, record, conference affiliation, and all-time WCWS appearances.

SeedTeamLast WCWSRecordConferenceWCWS Appearances
1Oklahoma201854-3Big 1213th
2UCLA201851-6Pac-1229th
3Washington201850-7Pac-1214th
5Florida201849-16SEC10th
6Arizona201047-12Pac-1223rd
7MinnesotaNone46-12Big 101st
8Alabama201657-8SEC12th
13Oklahoma State201144-15Big 128th

The Women’s College World Series will get underway on Thursday, May 30 with four games scheduled for the opening day. The entire schedule can be found in the table below with the Championship Series located in a separate table.

The tables below will be updated with final scores as the games go final each day. Please note all times listed below are Eastern. The Championship Series schedule is listed at the bottom of the article.

DateGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/30/19Game 112 PM
ESPN
#6 Arizona#3 Washington3-18 Innings
5/30/19Game 22:30 PM
ESPN
#7 Minnesota#2 UCLA2-7
5/30/19Game 37 PM
ESPN2
#13 Okla. State#5 Florida2-1
5/30/19Game 49:30 PM
ESPN2
#8 Alabama#1 Oklahoma2-3
5/31/19Game 57 PM
ESPN
#2 UCLA#6 Arizona6-2
5/31/19Game 69:30 PM
ESPN
#1 Oklahoma#13 Okla. State6-1
6/1/19Game 712 PM
ESPN
#3 Washington#7 Minnesota5-3Minnesota Eliminated
6/1/19Game 82:30 PM
ESPN
#5 Florida#8 Alabama3-15Florida Eliminated / 5 Innings
6/1/19Game 97 PM
ESPN
#13 Okla. State#3 Washington0-1Okla. State Eliminated
6/1/19Game 109:30 PM
ESPN
#8 Alabama#6 Arizona2-0Arizona Eliminated
6/2/19Game 111 PM
ESPN
#3 Washington#2 UCLA0-3Washington Eliminated / 10 Innings
6/2/19Game 123:30 PM
ESPN
#1 Oklahoma#8 Alabama0-18 Innings
6/2/19Game 137 PM
ESPN2
Game 11 LoserGame 11 WinnerElimination
Game / If Necessary
6/2/19Game 149:30 PM
ESPN2
#8 Alabama#1 Oklahoma3-7Alabama Eliminated

2019 Women’s College World Series Championship Series

DateGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2Score
6/3/19Game 17 PM
ESPN
#2 UCLA#1 Oklahoma16-3
6/4/19Game 28 PM
ESPN
#1 Oklahoma#2 UCLA4-5
6/5/19Game 38 PM
ESPN
#2 UCLA#1 OklahomaIf Necessary

2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball Super Regional Schedule

James Madison won two games against #15 seed Michigan in Ann Arbor on Monday to advance to their second Super Regional in school history (Photo courtesy of James Madison Softball via Twitter @JMUSoftball).

2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball Super   Regional Schedule

The 2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball Tournament is down to 16 teams after the first weekend of play. This upcoming weekend will feature those 16 teams in the Super Regional round to determine the final 8 teams that will advance to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City. Only one of the 16 national seeds, #15 Michigan, failed to advance to the Super Regional round. An updated bracket can be found here.

Below are the 16 teams that advanced to the Super Regional round in a sortable table.

SeedTeamRecordConferenceSuper
Regional
Appearances
1Oklahoma52-3Big 1213th
2UCLA49-6Pac-1211th
3Washington48-7Big 1013th
4Florida State54-8ACC8th
5Florida47-15SEC12th
6Arizona45-12Pac-1214th
7Minnesota44-12Big 102nd
8Alabama55-7SEC15th
9Texas45-15Big 125th
10LSU42-17SEC8th
11Mississippi40-18SEC2nd
12Tennessee42-15SEC11th
13Oklahoma State42-14Big 122nd
14Kentucky36-22SEC7th
16Northwestern47-11Big 105th
UnseededJames Madison50-8CAA2nd

Below, we list each Super Regional in order of the opening Women’s College World Series matchup (1 v 8, 4 v 5, etc.). All dates and times listed below are tentative. Updates, along with final scores, will be made as the changes are known. The Tallahassee and Tuscaloosa Super Regionals will begin on Thursday while the remaining six will start play on Friday.

Super Regional #1 – Norman, Oklahoma
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/24/19Game #13 PM
ESPN2
#16 Northwestern#1 Oklahoma0-3
5/25/19Game #24 PM
ESPN
#1 Oklahoma#16 Northwestern8-0OU to WCWS
5/26/19Game #32 PM
ESPN
#16 Northwestern#1 OklahomaIf Necessary
Super Regional #8 – Tuscaloosa, Alabama
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/23/19Game #19 PM
ESPN
#9 Texas#8 Alabama0-3
5/24/19Game #29 PM
ESPN
#8 Alabama#9 Texas5-7
5/25/19Game #32 PM
ESPN
#9 Texas#8 Alabama5-8Alabama to WCWS
Super Regional #4 – Tallahassee, Florida
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/23/19Game #17 PM
ESPN
#13 Okla. State#4 Florida State3-19 Innings
5/24/19Game #27 PM
ESPN
#4 Florida State#13 Okla. State4-1
5/25/19Game #312 PM
ESPN
#13 Okla. State#4 Florida State3-2OSU to WCWS
Super Regional #5 – Gainesville, Florida
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/24/19Game #17 PM
ESPN2
#12 Tenn.#5 Florida0-3
5/25/19Game #26 PM
ESPN
#5 Florida#12 Tenn.2-39 Innings
5/26/19Game #32 PM
ESPNU
#12 Tenn.#5 Florida1-2Florida to WCWS / 8 Innings
Super Regional #3 – Seattle, Washington
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/24/19Game #19 PM
ESPN2
#14 Kentucky#3 Washington0-3
5/25/19Game #210 PM
ESPN2
#3 Washington#14 Kentucky5-0Washington to WCWS
5/26/19Game #310 PM
ESPN2
#14 Kentucky#3 WashingtonIf Necessary
Super Regional #6 – Tuscon, Arizona
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/24/19Game #17 PM
ESPNU
#11 Ole Miss#6 Arizona2-5
5/25/19Game #28 PM
ESPN2
#6 Arizona#11 Ole Miss9-1Arizona to WCWS
5/26/19Game #38 PM
ESPN2
#11 Ole Miss#6 ArizonaIf Necessary
Super Regional #2 – Los Angeles, California
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/24/19Game #19 PM
ESPNU
James Madison#2 UCLA1-6
5/25/19Game #28 PM
ESPN
#2 UCLAJames Madison7-2UCLA to WCWS
5/26/19Game #34 PM
ESPNU
James Madison#2 UCLAIf Necessary
Super Regional #7 – Minneapolis, Minnesota
DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/24/19Game #15 PM
ESPN2
#10 LSU#7 Minnesota3-5
5/25/19Game #26 PM
ESPN2
#7 Minnesota#10 LSU3-0Minnesota to WCWS
5/26/19Game #34 PM
ESPN
#10 LSU#7 MinnesotaIf Necessary
Thursday, May 23 Super Regional Games
Super RegionalGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
TallahasseeGame 17 PM
ESPN
#13 Okla. St.#4 Fla. St.3-19 Innings
TuscaloosaGame 19 PM
ESPN
#9 Texas#8 Alabama0-3
Friday, May 24 Super Regional Games
RegionalGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
NormanGame 13 PM
ESPN2
#16 Northwestern#1 Oklahoma0-3
MinneapolisGame 15 PM
ESPN2
#10 LSU#7 Minnesota3-5
TallahasseeGame 27 PM
ESPN
#4 Florida State#13 Oklahoma State4-1Potential Elimination Game
TusconGame 17 PM
ESPNU
#11 Ole Miss#6 Arizona2-5
GainesvilleGame 17 PM
ESPN2
#12 Tennessee#5 Florida0-3
TuscaloosaGame 29 PM
ESPN
#8 Alabama#9 Texas5-7Potential Elimination Game
Los AngelesGame 19 PM
ESPNU
James Madison#2 UCLA1-6
SeattleGame 19 PM
ESPN2
#14 Kentucky#3 Washington0-3
Saturday, May 25 Super Regional Games
RegionalGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
TallahasseeGame 312 PM
ESPN
#13 Oklahoma State#4 Florida State3-2OSU to WCWS
TuscaloosaGame 32 PM
ESPN
#9 Texas#8 Alabama5-8Alabama to WCWS
NormanGame 24 PM
ESPN
#1 Oklahoma#16 Northwestern8-0OU to WCWS
MinneapolisGame 26 PM
ESPN2
#7 Minnesota#10 LSU3-0Minnesota to WCWS
GainesvilleGame 26 PM
ESPN
#5 Florida#12 Tennessee2-39 Innings
TusconGame 28 PM
ESPN2
#6 Arizona#11 Ole Miss9-1Arizona to WCWS
Los AngelesGame 28 PM
ESPN
#2 UCLAJames Madison7-2UCLA to WCWS
SeattleGame 210 PM
ESPN2
#3 Washington#14 Kentucky5-0Kentucky to WCWS
Sunday, May 26 Super Regional Games
RegionalGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
GainesvilleGame 32 PM
ESPNU
#12 Tennessee#5 Florida1-2Florida to WCWS / 8 Innings
NormanGame 32 PM
ESPN
#16 Northwestern#1 OklahomaIf Necessary
Los AngelesGame 34 PM
ESPNU
James Madison#2 UCLAIf Necessary
MinneapolisGame 34 PM
ESPN
#10 LSU#7 MinnesotaIf Necessary
TusconGame 38 PM
ESPN2
#11 Ole Miss#6 ArizonaIf Necessary
SeattleGame 310 PM
ESPN2
#14 Kentucky#3 WashingtonIf Necessary
Women’s College World Series

The 2019 Women’s College World Series will take place between Thursday, May 30 and Wednesday, June 5 with every game shown on one of the ESPN family of network channels. All of the games will take place at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium and OGE Energy Field from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball Tournament Schedule

Florida State won the 2018 Women’s College World Series after sweeping the Washington Huskies in the Championship Series. Can the Seminoles defend their crown? (Photo courtesy of WBSC)

2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball Tournament Schedule

The 2019 NCAA Division I Softball bracket has been revealed as the road to Oklahoma City commences this week. The Florida State Seminoles are the defending National Champions after sweeping the Washington Huskies in the 2019 WCWS Championship Series. The top four seeds are Oklahoma, UCLA, Washington, and Florida State.

The 2019 Tournament will begin with the regional round on Thursday, May 16. The regional round will conclude on Sunday, May 19 with the 16 winners of each regional advancing to the Super Regional Round. Below are the 16 National Seeds and regional hosts as ranked by the NCAA.

SeedTeamRecordConference
1Oklahoma49-2Big 12
2UCLA46-5Pac-12
3Washington45-7Pac-12
4Florida State51-8ACC
5Florida44-15SEC
6Arizona42-12Pac-12
7Minnesota41-12Big 10
8Alabama52-7SEC
9Texas41-14Big 12
10LSU40-16SEC
11Ole Miss37-17SEC
12Tennessee39-14SEC
13Oklahoma State39-14Big 12
14Kentucky33-22SEC
15Michigan43-11Big 10
16Northwestern43-10Big 10

2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball Teams

Below are all 64 teams that have made the 2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball tournament. 32 teams received automatic bids either by being the regular season champions or winning the conference tournament while the other 32 are selected at-large by the Softball Committee. The Atlantic 10 (Fordham), American Athletic (South Florida), and Big 12 (Oklahoma) conference tournaments were not completed as a result of weather. In these three cases, the automatic bid went to the regular season champion.

In the sortable table below, the automatic bids are listed first followed by the at-large bids listed in order of conference. The records for each team and which regional they have been assigned to are provided as well. Note: the hosts for each regional have been marked with an asterisk in the table below.

ConferenceTeamRecordRouteRegional
American EastUMBC30-22Tournament ChampionsNorman
American AthleticSouth Florida40-17Regular Season ChampionsTallahassee
ACCFlorida State*51-8Tournament ChampionsTallahassee
Atlantic 10Fordham29-24Regular Season ChampionsSeattle
Atlantic SunLipscomb41-13-1Tournament ChampionsTuscaloosa
Big 12Oklahoma*49-2Regular
Season
Champions
Norman
Big EastDePaul34-14Tournament ChampionsAnn Arbor
Big SkyWeber State26-19Tournament ChampionsLos Angeles
Big SouthLongwood37-20Tournament ChampionsKnoxville
Big TenMichigan*43-11Tournament ChampionsAnn Arbor
Big WestCal State
Fullerton
38-16Regular Season ChampionsLos Angeles
ColonialJames Madison47-7Tournament ChampionsAnn Arbor
C-USALouisiana Tech44-14Tournament ChampionsBaton Rouge
HorizonDetroit Mercy31-26Tournament ChampionsEvanston
Ivy LeagueHarvard25-17Championship Series WinnerTuscon
Mid-AmericanToledo29-26Tournament ChampionsLexington
Metro AtlanticMonmouth36-16Tournament ChampionsBaton Rouge
Mid-EasternBethune-Cookman26-29Tournament ChampionsTallahassee
Missouri ValleyDrake42-14Tournament ChampionsMinneapolis
Mountain WestColorado State38-10Regular Season ChampionsTuscon
NortheastSt. Francis (PA)29-29Tournament ChampionsAnn Arbor
Ohio ValleySE Missouri State45-16Tournament ChampionsOxford
Pac-12UCLA*46-5Regular Season ChampionsLos Angeles
Patriot LeagueBoston U37-18Tournament ChampionsGainesville
SECFlorida*44-15Tournament ChampionsGainesville
SouthernChattanooga37-15Tournament ChampionsOxford
SouthlandSam Houston
State
34-21Tournament ChampionsAustin
SWACAlabama State24-23Tournament ChampionsTuscaloosa
Summit LeagueNorth Dakota State42-14Tournament ChampionsMinneapolis
Sun BeltLouisiana50-4Tournament ChampionsOxford
WACSeattle U39-15Tournament ChampionsSeattle
West CoastBYU29-24Regular Season ChampionsStillwater
American AthleticHouston37-17At-LargeAustin
American AthleticTulsa35-18At-LargeStillwater
ACCLouisville33-21At-LargeEvanston
ACCNorth Carolina35-18At-LargeKnoxville
ACCNotre Dame36-16At-LargeNorman
ACCVirginia Tech45-9At-LargeLexington
Big 10Illinois32-23At-LargeLexington
Big 10Minnesota*41-12At-LargeMinneapolis
Big 10Northwestern*43-10At-LargeEvanston
Big 10Ohio State34-16At-LargeKnoxville
Big 10Wisconsin40-12At-LargeNorman
Big 12Oklahoma State*39-14At-LargeStillwater
Big 12Texas*41-14At-LargeAustin
Big 12Texas Tech39-14At-LargeBaton Rouge
Mountain WestBoise State34-14At-LargeGainesville
Ohio ValleySouthern Illinois33-13At-LargeEvanston
Pac-12Arizona*42-12At-LargeTuscon
Pac-12Arizona State33-18At-LargeTuscaloosa
Pac-12Stanford32-18At-LargeGainesville
Pac-12Washington*45-7At-LargeSeattle
SECAlabama*52-7At-LargeTuscaloosa
SECArkansas38-18At-LargeStillwater
SECAuburn37-19At-LargeTuscon
SECGeorgia40-17At-LargeMinneapolis
SECKentucky*33-22At-LargeLexington
SECLSU*40-16At-LargeBaton Rouge
SECMissouri32-23At-LargeLos Angeles
SECMississippi State33-21At-LargeSeattle
SECOle Miss*37-17At-LargeOxford
SECSouth Carolina36-17At-LargeTallahassee
SECTennessee*39-14At-LargeKnoxville
SECTexas A&M28-25At-LargeAustin

Regionals

The 2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball tournament will start with 16 regionals divided into four teams per regional. Each regional employs the double-elimination format with the 16 national seeds listed above hosting a regional. The regionals are listed in order of the potential Super Regional matchup (i.e. #1 vs #16, #8 vs #9, #5 vs. #12, #4 vs. #13, etc.).

All dates and times listed below are tentative. Updates, along with final scores, will be made as the changes are known.

Regional #1 – Norman, Oklahoma

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #17 PMWisconsinNotre Dame4-2
5/17/19Game #29:30 PMUMBC#1 Oklahoma0-125 Innings
5/18/19Game #34 PM#1 OklahomaWisconsin4-0No-Hitter
5/18/19Game #46:30 PMNotre DameUMBC2-0UMBC Eliminated
5/18/19Game #59 PMNotre DameWisconsin4-5Notre Dame Eliminated
5/19/19Game #62 PMWisconsin#1 Oklahoma2-1
5/19/19Game #74:30 PM#1 OklahomaWisconsin2-0Oklahoma Advances

Regional #16 – Evanston, Illinois

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #11 PMSouthern IllinoisLouisville5-9
5/17/19Game #23:30 PMDetroit Mercy#16 Northwestern1-155 Innings
5/18/19Game #32 PMLouisville#16 Northwestern2-1
5/18/19Game #44:30 PMDetroit MercySouthern Illinois1-2Detroit Mercy Eliminated
5/18/19Game #57 PM#16 NorthwesternSouthern Illinois8-1Southern Illinois Eliminated
5/19/19Game #62 PM#16 NorthwesternLouisville7-0
5/19/19Game #74:30 PMLouisville#16 Northwestern3-4Northwestern Advances

Regional #8 – Tuscaloosa, Alabama

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #14 PMLipscombArizona State3-4
5/17/19Game #26:30 PMAlabama State#8 Alabama2-8
5/18/19Game #32 PMArizona State#8 Alabama4-7
5/18/19Game #44:30 PMAlabama StateLipscomb0-14Alabama State Eliminated
5/18/19Game #57 PMArizona StateLipscomb10-1Lipscomb Eliminated / 6 Innings
5/19/19Game #62 PM#8 AlabamaArizona State9-8Alabama Advances
5/19/19Game #74:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #9 – Austin, Texas

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #12 PMTexas A&MHouston1-3
5/17/19Game #25 PMSam Houston
State
#9 Texas2-1
5/18/19Game #32 PMHoustonSam Houston State5-0
5/18/19Game #44:30 PM#9 TexasTexas A&M3-2Texas A&M Eliminated / 8 Innings
5/18/19Game #57 PM#9 TexasSam Houston State3-0SHSU Eliminated
5/19/19Game #64:30 PMHouston#9 Texas2-5
5/19/19Game #77 PM#9 TexasHouston7-0Texas Advances

Regional #5 – Gainesville, Florida

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #112 PMBoise StateStanford9-1
5/17/19Game #22:30 PMBoston U.#5 Florida0-3
5/18/19Game #32 PM#5 FloridaBoise State8-05 Innings
5/18/19Game #44:30 PMStanfordBoston U.13-2Boston U. Eliminated
5/18/19Game #57 PMStanfordBoise State0-2Stanford Eliminated
5/19/19Game #612 PMBoise State#5 Florida0-5Florida Advances
5/19/19Game #72:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #12 – Knoxville, Tennessee

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #111 AMOhio StateNorth Carolina1-0
5/17/19Game #21:30 PMLongwood#12 Tennessee0-8
5/18/19Game #312 PM#12 TennesseeOhio State12-4
5/18/19Game #42:30 PMNorth CarolinaLongwood3-1Longwood Eliminated
5/18/19Game #55 PMNorth CarolinaOhio State5-3Ohio St. Eliminated
5/19/19Game #612 PM#12 TennesseeNorth Carolina0-1
5/19/19Game #72:30 PMNorth Carolina#12 Tennessee0-2Tennessee Advances

Regional #4 – Tallahassee, Florida

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #112 PMSouth FloridaSouth Carolina3-2
5/17/19Game #22:30 PMBethune-Cookman#4 Florida State0-8
5/18/19Game #312 PM#4 Florida StateSouth Florida12-15 Innings
5/18/19Game #42:30 PMSouth CarolinaBethune-Cookman10-0Bethune-Cookman Eliminated
5/18/19Game #55 PMSouth CarolinaSouth Florida2-1USF Eliminated / 10 Innings
5/19/19Game #612 PM#4 Florida StateSouth Carolina7-6Florida St. Advances
5/19/19Game #72:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #13 – Stillwater, Oklahoma

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/16/19Game #16 PMTulsaArkansas5-0
5/16/19Game #28:30 PMBYU#13 Okla. State1-3
5/17/19Game #31 PM#13 Okla. StateTulsa13-10
5/17/19Game #43:30 PMArkansasBYU3-6Arkansas Eliminated
5/17/19Game #56 PMBYUTulsa4-6BYU Eliminated
5/18/19Game #64 PMTulsa#13 Okla. State1-2Oklahoma State Advances
5/18/19Game #76:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #3 – Seattle, Washington

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #17:30 PMSeattle U.Mississippi State3-5
5/17/19Game #210 PMFordham#3 Washington0-2
5/18/19Game #36 PMMississippi State#3 Washington1-6
5/18/19Game #48:30 PMFordhamSeattle U.0-1Fordham Eliminated / 8 Innings
5/18/19Game #511 PMMississippi StateSeattle U.7-3Seattle U. Eliminated
5/19/19Game #69 PM#3 WashingtonMississippi State8-0Washington Advances / No-Hitter
5/19/19Game #711:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #14 – Lexington, Kentucky

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #112 PMIllinoisVirginia Tech2-6
5/17/19Game #22:30 PMToledo#14 Kentucky2-7
5/18/19Game #312 PMVirginia Tech#14 Kentucky1-8
5/18/19Game #42:30 PMToledoIllinois0-2Toledo Eliminated
5/18/19Game #55 PMVirginia TechIllinois5-1Illinois Eliminated
5/19/19Game #612 PM#14 KentuckyVirginia Tech11-1Kentucky Advances / 6 Innings
5/19/19Game #72:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #6 – Tuscon, Arizona

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #19 PMColorado StateAuburn5-10
5/17/19Game #211:30 PMHarvard#6 Arizona1-5
5/18/19Game #36 PMAuburn#6 Arizona1-2
5/18/19Game #48:30 PMHarvardColorado State0-6Harvard Eliminated
5/18/19Game #511 PMAuburnColorado State8-0CSU Eliminated
5/19/19Game #67 PM#6 ArizonaAuburn12-3Arizona Advances
5/19/19Game #79:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #11 – Oxford, Mississippi

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #14:30 PMSE Missouri StateLouisiana2-3
5/17/19Game #27 PMChattanooga#11 Ole Miss0-125 Innings
5/18/19Game #31 PMLouisiana#11 Ole Miss2-0
5/18/19Game #43:30 PMChattanoogaSE Missouri State1-2Chattanooga Eliminated
5/18/19Game #56 PM#11 Ole MissSE Missouri State10-0SEMO Eliminated / 5 Innings
5/19/19Game #63 PM#11 Ole MissLouisiana5-1
5/19/19Game #75:30 PMLouisiana#11 Ole Miss4-5Ole Miss Advances

Regional #7 – Minneapolis, Minnesota

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #17 PMDrakeGeorgia4-68 Innings
5/17/19Game #29:30 PMNorth Dak. St.#7 Minnesota0-3
5/18/19Game #34 PMGeorgia#7 Minnesota1-2
5/18/19Game #46:30 PMNorth Dak. St.Drake0-8NDSU Eliminated / 5 Innings
5/20/19Game #511 AMGeorgiaDrake7-4Drake Eliminated
5/20/19Game #61 PM#7 MinnesotaGeorgia8-1Minnesota Advances
5/20/19Game #73:30 PMGame 6
Winner
Game 6
Loser
Elimination
Game / If Necessary

Regional #10 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #13 PMLouisiana TechTexas Tech0-3
5/17/19Game #25:30 PMMonmouth#10 LSU0-2
5/18/19Game #32 PMTexas Tech#10 LSU4-513 Innings
5/18/19Game #44:30 PMMonmouthLouisiana Tech0-1Monmouth Eliminated
5/18/19Game #57 PMTexas TechLouisiana Tech3-1La. Tech Eliminated
5/19/19Game #64 PM#10 LSUTexas Tech4-5
5/19/19Game #76:30 PMTexas Tech#10 LSU1-5LSU Advances

Regional #2 – Los Angeles, California

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #18:30 PMCal. State FullertonMissouri4-7
5/17/19Game #211 PMWeber State#2 UCLA0-6
5/18/19Game #36 PMMissouri#2 UCLA1-95 Innings
5/18/19Game #48:30 PMWeber StateCal. State Fullerton7-3CSF Eliminated
5/18/19Game #511 PMMissouriWeber State7-0Weber St. Eliminated
5/19/19Game #65 PM#2 UCLAMissouri1-5
5/19/19Game #77:30 PMMissouri#2 UCLA1-13UCLA Advances / 5 Innings

Regional #15 – Ann Arbor, Michigan

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/17/19Game #12 PMDePaulJames Madison2-5
5/17/19Game #24:30 PMSt. Francis (PA)#15 Michigan0-86 Innings
5/18/19Game #312 PMJames Madison#15 Michigan0-112 Innings
5/18/19Game #42:30 PMSt. Francis (PA)DePaul1-3St. Francis Eliminated
5/18/19Game #55 PMJames MadisonDePaul3-0DePaul Eliminated
5/20/19Game #612 PM#15 MichiganJames Madison0-3
5/20/19Game #72:30 PMJames Madison#15 Michigan2-1James Madison Advances

Super Regionals

The Super Regional round of the 2019 NCAA Division 1 Softball Tournament will be a best of three series between the dates of Thursday, May 23 and Sunday, May 26. The campus sites for each Super Regional will be determined upon completion of the regional round by the NCAA, if needed.

Women’s College World Series

The 2019 Women’s College World Series will take place between Thursday, May 30 and Wednesday, June 5 with every game shown on one of the ESPN family of network channels. All of the games will take place at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium and OGE Energy Field from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Florida State Captures First NCAA Softball Title

The Florida State Seminoles won their first softball championship after defeating the Washington Huskies 8-3 on Tuesday night. (Photo courtesy of NCAA Softball on Twitter).

Florida State Captures First NCAA Softball Title

The Florida State Seminoles won their first NCAA Softball Championship after sweeping the Washington Huskies in the Women’s College World Series Championship Series.

For the Seminoles, Tuesday night capped off an incredible WCWS run by winning six straight games following their opening day loss. By doing so, Florida State became the first division 1 team to accomplish the feat of winning the title after losing their opening WCWS game.

Florida State also became the first Atlantic Coast Conference team to win the championship. It was well deserved for a team making their 10th WCWS appearance. FSU was on the cusp of the title following Monday night’s 1-0 game one win via Meghan King’s complete game shutout. That game also included this defensive gem from Jessica Warren.

Game two started much differently as the Huskies took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first. The nervy beginning by Seminoles aided the Huskies, but the bottom of the first saw them cut the deficit to 3-2 via Anna Shelnutt’s two run homer.

The Seminoles then put themselves in front for good with a three run second inning. Elizabeth Mason’s single to right field and fielding error by the Huskies gave FSU the 4-3 lead. Jessica Warren made it 5-3 with an RBI single after two innings.

The Huskies had a big chance in the top of the 4th inning as they loaded the bases with 2 outs, but a grounder ended their threat. The Seminoles made them pay for not capitalizing with two home runs. Mason hit a two run blast followed by Warren’s solo shot and the Seminoles were on their way to the coveted championship.

The final three innings saw Washington only put 1 runner on base. Meghan King once again went the distance with 7 innings pitched, allowing 5 hits, no walks, and striking out 4. King threw 34 1/3 innings, allowed one earned run, and recorded 4 wins and one save at the WCWS. She also set a new ERA record of 0.20 in the WCWS with at least 10 innings pitched. The Seminoles ended the season with a record of 58-12.

The drought continues for the Pac-12 in softball after dominating the early landscape of the sport. Arizona State remains the last team from the conference to win a national title as they did so back in 2011. Washington, who won their only title in 2009, finished the season at 52-10.

2018 Women’s College World Series Schedule

Oklahoma is back to go for their third straight national title in 2018 (Sue Ogrocki – AP)

2018 Women’s College World Series Schedule

The 2018 NCAA Division 1 Softball season is down to the final 8 teams who will be playing for the chance to win the Women’s College World Series. An updated bracket can be found here. Each game of the 2018 Women’s College World Series will take place from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The 8 teams will compete in a double elimination format until only two teams are left. The last two teams will then play in a best of three championship series to determine the 2018 National Champion.

The Oklahoma Sooners are the two-time defending National Champions after winning in 2016 and 2017. Should the Sooners complete the trifecta, they will join the UCLA Bruins from 1988 to 1990 as the only teams to win three straight National Titles since 1982. Speaking of UCLA, they too are in this year’s WCWS for the 28th time in school history.

All eight schools in the Women’s College World Series have previously made an appearance in Oklahoma City. Of the eight teams, Arizona State has had the longest absence since their last appearance in 2013. The below table shows the eight teams taking part in the WCWS along with their last appearance, record, conference affiliation, and all-time WCWS appearances.

SeedTeamLast WCWSRecordConf.WCWS
Appearances
1Oregon201752-8Pac-126th
2Florida201755-9SEC9th
3UCLA201755-5Pac-1228th
4Oklahoma201755-3Big 1212th
5Washington201749-8Pac-1213th
6Florida
State
201652-11ACC10th
7Georgia201648-11SEC4th
8Arizona
State
201348-11Pac-1212th

The Women’s College World Series will get underway on Thursday, May 31 with four games scheduled for the opening day. The entire schedule can be found in the table below with the Championship Series located in a separate table.

The tables below will be updated with final scores as the games go final each day. Please note all times listed below are Eastern.

DateGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/31/18Game 112 PM
ESPN
#8 ASU#1 Oregon6-11
5/31/18Game 22:30 PM
ESPN
# 5 Wash.#4 Okla.2-0
5/31/18Game 37 PM
ESPN2
#7 Georgia#2 Florida3-115 Innings
5/31/18Game 49:30 PM
ESPN2
#6 FSU#3 UCLA4-7
6/1/18Game 57 PM
ESPN
#1 Oregon#5 Wash.2-6
6/1/18Game 69:30 PM
ESPN
#3 UCLA#2 Florida6-5
6/2/18Game 712 PM
ESPN
#4 Okla.#8 ASU2-0ASU
Elim.
6/2/18Game 82:30 PM
ESPN
#7 Georgia#6 FSU2-7Georgia
Elim.
6/2/18Game 97 PM
ESPN
#2 Florida#4 Okla.0-2Florida
Elim.
6/2/18Game 109:30 PM
ESPN
#6 FSU#1 Oregon4-1Oregon
Elim.
6/3/18Game 111 PM
ESPN
#4 Okla.#5 Wash.0-3Okla.
Elim
6/3/18Game 123:30 PM
ESPN
#3 UCLA#6 FSU1-3Possible
Elim
Game
6/3/18Game 137 PM
ESPN
Game 11 WinnerGame 11 LoserElim
Game
6/3/18Game 137 PM
ESPN2
#6 FSU#3 UCLA12-6UCLA
Elim.

The schedule for Championship Series is shown below.

2018 Women’s College World Series Championship Series

DateGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2Score
6/4/18Game 17 PM
ESPN
#6 FSU#5 Wash.1-0
6/5/18Game 28 PM
ESPN
#5 Wash.#6 FSU3-8
6/6/18Game 3
(If Necessary)
8 PM
ESPN
#6 FSU#5 Wash.

Oklahoma Sooners Capture Second Straight Softball Title

Oklahoma won 5-4 over Florida to claim their second straight national title and third in the last five years. (Photo courtesy of Oklahoma Softball on Twitter)

Oklahoma Sooners Capture Second Straight Softball Title

The Oklahoma Sooners swept the Florida Gators in the 2017 Women’s College World Series Championship Series to win their second straight national title. The Sooners won 5-4 and completed an undefeated stint at this year’s WCWS going 5-0.

It was a great run for Oklahoma as they lost their opening game of the regional they were hosting and then ripped off 11 wins in a row en rout to the title. The Sooners have now won three of the last five National Championships including last year’s.

In this year’s clincher, the Sooners started the bottom of the first with a Nicole Mendes solo shot, her second in as many games. Florida responded in kind with Sophia Reynoso hitting her own lead off solo shot in the top of the second. The Gators added two more runs on a single by Aleshia Ocasio and when Kayli Kvistad was hit by a pitch. Florida held a 3-1 lead after an inning and a half.

Oklahoma wasted no time regaining the lead in the bottom of the second. The Sooners loaded the bases with two outs when Caleigh Clifton drew a walk to make it a 4-2 deficit. Game one heroine Shay Knighten had a bases load opportunity and took full advantage clearing the bases with a double. That put the Sooners up 5-3 and it would also prove to be the second straight game Knighten recorded the game winning RBI.

Florida drew one run back in the top of the third on a solo shot by Chelsea Herndon. They would not see a runner get to second base until the sixth inning, but a line out and strike out ended that threat. The Gators went down in order in the top of the seventh to give Oklahoma another National Championship, their fourth in school history (also won in 2000, 2013, and 2016).

Nicole Mendes started the game at pitcher for the Sooners going one inning and giving up one hit. Paige Parker allowed three runs on four hits while Mariah Lopez gave up the one run and earned the win. Paige Lowary finished off the game with two perfect innings and three strikeouts.

Shay Knighten had just one hit on three at bats, but it was a big hit driving home those three runs. Caleigh Clifton was the only Sooner to record multiple hits going two for two with a walk and a run scored.

The Gators opted to start Aleshia Ocasio in the circle and she gave up four runs on four hits in 1 1/3 innings while taking the loss. Delanie Gourley came on in relief giving up one run on four hits with five strikeouts. The offense for Florida was spread out as six different batters recorded a hit (no batter had multiple hits).

Oklahoma Wins Epic Extra Inning Championship Series Game One

The opening game of the 2017 Women’s College World Series Championship Series was an all-time classic with Oklahoma winning 7-5 in 17 innings. (Photo courtesy of Oklahoma Softball on Twitter)

Oklahoma Wins Epic Extra Inning Championship Series Game One

A close and enthralling contest needed more than two full games to decide a victor. Oklahoma won 7-5 over Florida in 17 innings as they took a 1-0 lead in the 2017 Women’s College World Series Championship Series. Shay Knighten’s three run home run in the top of the 17th put the Sooners in front for good after the Gators battled back not once, but twice on their final strike.

The game was scoreless until the bottom of the fourth when the Gators got on the board with a single by Aleshia Ocasio that brought home Nicole DeWitt. The Sooners responded right away in the top of the fifth with Sydney Romero driving home Nicole Pendley on a single.

Oklahoma took a 2-1 lead in the top of the sixth on a solo shot by Nicole Mendes. The Gators were down to their final out (and strike) when Sophia Reynoso hit a blooper into left-center field. The Sooners were deep in the outfield and could not come up with the catch as Ocasio came around to tie the game up and send the game into extra innings.

The teams failed to get much going in the eighth through eleventh innings as neither team had a runner get to second base in those innings. In the twelfth inning, Oklahoma’s Shay Knighten led off with a double and was followed by Fale Aviu, who crushed a two run shot to give Oklahoma a 4-2 lead.

The Gators started the bottom of the twelfth with a walk and a hit to put two on with no outs. The Gators then popped out on a bunt and struck out with back-to-back pinch hitters. Amanda Lorenz came up with two outs as Oklahoma went from Paige Parker back to starter Paige Lowary. Lowary got Lorenz to her final strike, but Lorenz was able to drive a ball to the left center field wall for a triple to bring home both runners and keep the game going.

The Sooners were able to get runners on first and second in the top of the 15th inning after Delanie Gourley hit Lea Wodach and a wild pitch followed to move the runners up a base. The next pitch was a ball to load the bases, but a ground out ended the threat.

In the top of the 16th, Oklahoma put two runners on with no outs and saw them both sacrificed up a base on a fly out to right center. A walk loaded the bases but a force out at home and strikeout left the bases loaded for the second straight inning.

The Sooners once again put two runners on base in the 17th and Shay Knighten finally put the runs across for Oklahoma with a three run home run.  The Gators were able to load the bases with one out and Lorenz at the plate where she hit a sacrifice fly to cut the deficit to 7-5. A strikeout from Lowary ended the game to give the Sooners the win after an incredible game.

Lowary started and ended the game as she went 10 1/3 innings giving up two runs on eight hits while striking out seven to earn the win. Parker went 6 2/3 innings giving up three runs on four hits with seven strikeouts. Mendes, Knighten, Aviu, and Romero were the only Oklahoma hitters to finish with multiple hits.

Barnhill also started and ended the game for Florida, but she took the loss. She pitched 9 innings giving up five runs on nine hits with 13 strikeouts. Gourley threw 8 innings of relief ball giving up two runs on four hits with 13 strikeouts. Justine McLean, Reynoso, and Lorenz all finished with multiple hits for the Gators.

The Oklahoma Sooners are one victory away from their second straight national championship. Game 2 is Tuesday, June 6 at 8 PM Eastern Time and can be seen on ESPN.

2017 Women’s College World Series Championship Series Schedule

Florida advances to their third WCWS Championship Series in the past four season and will face Oklahoma. (Photo courtesy of Florida Gators Softball on Twitter)

2017 Women’s College World Series Championship Series Schedule

The final two teams for the 2017 Women’s College World Series have reached the pinnacle of the season. The Florida Gators and Oklahoma Sooners are the two teams that will play in best of three series to determine the 2017 NCAA Division 1 Softball National Champion.

Results for the Regional round are here, Super Regional Round are here, and the Women’s College World Series are here. The Oklahoma Sooners are going for their second straight National Championship while the Florida Gators are playing for their third title in the last four seasons.

The best of three series will start on Monday, June 5 at 7 PM Eastern Time. All three games can be seen on ESPN and we take a look at the path to the Championship Series for both teams.

Florida Gators (58-8 Overall)

Regular Season: SEC Champions (50-5 Overall and 20-3 SEC)

Conference Tournament: Lost in Quarterfinals to Ole Miss 2-0

Regional: Defeated Florida A&M 9-0, defeated Oklahoma State     2-0, lost to Oklahoma State 1-0, defeated Oklahoma State 5-0

Super Regional: Lost to Alabama 3-0, defeated Alabama 2-0, defeated Alabama 2-1

Women’s College World Series: Defeated Texas A&M 8-0, defeated LSU 7-0, defeated Washington 5-2

The Gators were the top overall seed in the NCAA Tournament and were one of the best teams all season especially in the circle. Florida has been on the brink of elimination a couple of times in this tournament, but they responded resolutely against Oklahoma State in the regionals and Alabama in the Super Regionals.

In Oklahoma City, the Gators hit another gear posting back-to-back shutouts against SEC foes Texas A&M and LSU. They nearly had a third against Washington, but gave up a home run when the Huskies were down to their final out. Nevertheless, Kelly Barnhill and Delanie Gourley pose an extremely formidable duo against the Sooners in what should be a series showcasing great pitching.

Oklahoma Sooners (59-9 Overall)

Regular Season: Big 12 Champions (50-8 Overall and 17-1 Big 12)

Conference Tournament: Won Big 12 Tournament (Defeated Texas 3-0, defeated Texas Tech 8-0, defeated Oklahoma State 2-0)

Regional: Lost to North Dakota State 3-2, defeated Arkansas 5-3, defeated North Dakota State 10-2, defeated Tulsa 6-4, defeated Tulsa 3-0

Super Regional: Defeated Auburn 4-0, defeated Auburn 5-2

Women’s College World Series: Defeated Baylor 6-3, defeated Washington 3-1, defeated Oregon 4-2

Oklahoma began the season as the top team, but hit a rough patch early on. Since the Sooners lost back-to-back games against Cal Poly in mid-March, they have been on a tear losing just twice: once to Baylor in the regular season and to North Dakota State in the opening game of the regional.

Since the loss to NDSU, the Sooners have not dropped a game though they were nearly eliminated against Tulsa in the regional. However, their last five games against Auburn (twice on the road), Baylor, Washington, and Oregon have been nothing short of impressive. Paige Parker and Paige Lowary will be key in the circle in the same manner as Barnhill and Gourley for the Gators.

2017 Women’s College World Series Championship Series

Below is the schedule for the 2017 Women’s College World Series Champions Series. This is set to be an excellent matchup between Florida and Oklahoma particularly in the circle with four excellent pitchers. This will mark the fifth straight season that either the Gators or Sooners will go home with the NCAA Championship.

DateGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2Score
6/5/17Game 17 PM
ESPN
#10 Oklahoma#1 Florida7-5
(17 Innings)
6/6/17Game 28 PM
ESPN
#1 Florida#10 Oklahoma4-5
6/7/17Game 38 PM
ESPN
#10 Oklahoma#1 Florida

2017 Women’s College World Series Schedule

The Oklahoma Sooners will be back in Oklahoma City to defend their title. (Photo courtesy of OU Softball on Twitter)

2017 Women’s College World Series Schedule

The final eight teams in the 2017 NCAA Division 1 Softball season will be playing for the chance to win the Women’s College World Series with an updated bracket here. Each game of the 2017 Women’s College World Series will take place from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The 8 teams will compete in a double elimination format until only two teams are left. Those two remaining teams will then play in a best of three championship series to determine the 2017 National Champion.

The Oklahoma Sooners are the defending National Champions and return after a taking the difficult road in the first two rounds. They lost their Regional opener against North Dakota State and had to battle back by winning four straight elimination games. In the Super Regional they had to go to Auburn and they won the first two games to book their spot back in Oklahoma City. Results for the Regional round can be found here and the Super Regional round can be found here.

Of the eight schools, all of them have made a previous appearance at the WCWS and the field includes Florida, UCLA, and Washington. All eight teams are listed below with only Texas A&M (2008) not having made an appearance in the previous four seasons.

SeedTeamLast WCWSRecordConf.WCWS
Appearances
1Florida201555-8SEC8th
3Oregon201552-6Pac-125th
4UCLA201647-13Pac-1227th
6Washington201348-12Pac-1212th
9Texas A&M200847-11SEC8th
10Oklahoma201655-9Big 1211th
13LSU201647-20SEC6th
15Baylor201448-13Big 124th

The Women’s College World Series will get underway on Thursday, June 1 with four games scheduled for the opening day. The entire schedule can be found in the table below with the Championship Series located in a separate table.

The tables below will be updated with final scores as the games go final each day. Please note all times listed below are Eastern.

DateGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
6/1/17Game 112 PM
ESPN
#9 Texas A&M#1 Florida0-85 Innings
6/1/17Game 22:30 PM
ESPN
#13 LSU#5 UCLA2-1
6/1/17Game 37 PM
ESPN2
#6 Wash.#3 Oregon3-1
6/1/17Game 49:30 PM
ESPN2
#15 Baylor#10 Okla.3-6
6/2/17Game 57 PM
ESPN
#1 Florida#13 LSU7-0
6/2/17Game 69:30 PM
ESPN
#10 Okla.#6 Wash.3-1
6/3/17Game 712 PM
ESPN
#5 UCLA#9 Texas A&M8-2Texas A&M Elim.
6/3/17Game 82:30 PM
ESPN
#3 Oregon#15 Baylor7-4Baylor Elim.
6/3/17Game 97 PM
ESPN
#6 Wash.#5 UCLA1-0UCLA Elim.
6/3/17Game 109:30 PM
ESPN
#13 LSU#3 Oregon1-4LSU Elim.
6/4/17Game 111 PM
ESPN
#1 Florida#6 Wash.5-2Wash. Elim.
6/4/17Game 123:30 PM
ESPN
#3 Oregon#10 Okla.2-4Possible
Elim.
Game
6/4/17Game 137 PM
ESPN2
Game 11
Winner
Game 11
Loser
If Necessary
6/4/17Game 149:30 PM
ESPN2
Game 12
Winner
Game 12
Loser
If Necessary

2017 Women’s College World Series Championship Series

DateGameTime (EST)
TV
Team #1Team #2Score
6/5/17Game 17 PM
ESPN
#10 Oklahoma#1 Florida7-5
(17 Innings)
6/6/17Game 28 PM
ESPN
#1 Florida#10 Oklahoma4-5
6/7/17Game 38 PM
ESPN
#10 Oklahoma#1 Florida

2017 NCAA Division 1 Softball Super Regionals Schedule

The national seeds and favorites dominated the regional round including the #5 seed UCLA Bruins. (Photo Courtesy of UCLA Softball on Twitter)

2017 NCAA Division 1 Softball Super   Regionals Schedule

The 2017 NCAA Division 1 Softball Tournament has been pared from 64 teams down to 16. The national seeds were in good form as all 16 made it to the Super Regionals with an updated bracket here. There will be 8 best of three matchups in the Super Regional round with the games slated to take place between Thursday, May 25 and Sunday, May 28.

Below is a list of the 16 teams that made the Super Regional Round.

SeedTeamRecordConferenceSuper
Regional
Appearances
1Florida53-7SEC10th
2Arizona51-7Pac-1212th
3Oregon50-6Pac-128th
4Florida State54-6-1ACC6th
5UCLA45-13Pac-129th
6Washington46-11Pac-1211th
7Auburn49-10SEC3rd
8Tennessee47-10SEC9th
9Texas A&M45-10SEC6th
10Oklahoma54-9Big 1211th
11Utah36-14Pac-122nd
12Ole Miss43-18SEC1st
13LSU45-19SEC6th
14Kentucky39-17SEC5th
15Baylor46-12Big 126th
16Alabama45-16SEC13th

Below, we list each Super Regional in order of the potential Women’s College World Series matchup (1 v 8, 4 v 5, etc.). All dates and times listed below are tentative. Updates, along with final scores, will be made as the changes are known.

Super Regional #1 – Gainesville

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/25/17Game #17 PM#16 Alabama#1 Florida3-0
5/26/17Game #28 PM#1 Florida#16 Alabama2-0
5/27/17Game #35 PM#16 Alabama#1 Florida1-2Florida To WCWS

Super Regional #8 – Knoxville

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/26/17Game #16 PM#9 Texas A&M#8 Tenn.1-8
5/27/17Game #25 PM#8 Tenn.#9 Texas A&M5-6
5/28/17Game #33 PM#9 Texas A&M#8 Tenn.5-3TAMU to WCWS

Super Regional #4 – Tallahassee

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/26/17Game #15 PM#13 LSU#4 Fla. St1-3
5/27/17Game #23 PM#4 Fla. St#13 LSU0-1
5/28/17Game #31 PM#13 LSU#4 Fla. St6-4LSU To
WCWS

Super Regional #5 – Los Angeles

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/25/17Game #19 PM#12 Ole Miss#5 UCLA7-811 Innings
5/26/17Game #29 PM#5 UCLA#12 Ole Miss1-0UCLA To WCWS
5/27/17Game #37 PM#12 Ole Miss#5 UCLAIf Necessary

Super Regional #6 – Seattle

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/26/17Game #111 PM#11 Utah#6 Wash.4-10
5/27/17Game #29 PM#6 Wash.#11 Utah8-9
5/28/17Game #310 PM#11 Utah#6 Wash.1-2Wash. To
WCWS

Super Regional #3 – Eugene

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/26/17Game #17 PM#14 Kentucky#3 Oregon0-4
5/27/17Game #27 PM#3 Oregon#14 Kentucky6-5Oregon To WCWS
5/28/17Game #33 PM#14 Kentucky#3 OregonIf Necessary

Super Regional #7 – Auburn

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/26/17Game #14 PM#10 Okla.#7 Auburn4-0
5/27/17Game #21 PM#7 Auburn#10 Okla.2-5Okla.
To WCWS
5/28/17Game #31 PM#10 Okla.#7 AuburnIf Necessary

Super Regional #2 – Tucson

DateGameTime
(EST)
Team #1Team #2ScoreNotes
5/26/17Game #18 PM#15 Baylor#2 Arizona2-3
5/27/17Game #28 PM#2 Arizona#15 Baylor4-6
5/28/17Game #36 PM#15 Baylor#2 Arizona6-5Baylor To WCWS

Women’s College World Series

The 2017 Women’s College World Series will take place between Thursday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 7 with every game shown on one of the ESPN family of network channels. All of the games will take place at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium and OGE Energy Field from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.