It has been a busy week for us Sooners as we have been preparing for and taking our finals. By this time in the week, things are starting to wind down, though, and school will be completely over for everyone come game time Friday!
The past few weeks have been extremely busy with the last week of classes and finishing finals. I wanted to take some time to share a little about me and show you my journey through my softball career has not been an easy one.
Hello everyone! I hope you all had a fun week filled with softball. The past week and a half has been crazy with finals and weather affecting softball, but I’ll get to that later and talk about the most important thing of the week.
Hey y’all, it’s me again!While this week has been ridiculously crazy because it’s the last week of classes, it has also been an exciting one for Texas softball.Fresh off a weekend sweep at Texas Tech, we started the week off with Longhorn Honors: Women's Athletics on Monday night.
Howdy from Aggieland!This past weekend, the Aggie softball team had the privilege of traveling to Oxford, Miss., to take on Ole Miss. Our team handled business versus the Rebels and came out victorious.
The theme of this year’s OU softball poster is “Dreams Will Come True.” The poster features all of our seniors and throwback pictures of us playing when we were little. I remember first seeing the poster and the four of us getting a little emotional.
Words cannot describe the feelings I have on game day. I would definitely say I live for the weekend. There is something different in the air when I walk into the locker room and see all of my teammates.
Hello softball fans! My name is Michelle Gascoigne, and I am a senior pitcher for the Oklahoma Sooners. I grew up in a small town called Benicia in the San Francisco Bay Area. However, I consider Norman, Okla.
Howdy y'all! My name is Cassie Tysarczyk (tie-sar-check), and I'm a junior softball player for Texas A&M. First off, I want to express how incredibly blessed I am to have the opportunity to play for Texas A&M.
Howdy, y’all!My name is Taylor Hoagland, and I am a senior infielder for the University of Texas Longhorns softball team. I am a born-and-raised Southern girl from the best country in the world: Texas.
Words cannot describe how excited I am as the conclusion of SEC play draws near and the postseason atmosphere begins to fill the air. Before I get into a recap of this past week, I feel like I should introduce myself.
No. 4 Florida handed defending champion and top-ranked Alabama its first loss of the season on Wednesday, but, due to some quirky scheduling and rules, the clash between the two SEC powerhouses won’t count in the SEC standings.
With No. 2 Alabama seeking to become the first SEC team to win a softball national championship and No. 4 Oklahoma seeking to become just the fifth school with multiple national championships, let's look at how the series breaks down in key areas.
Sorry readers, it has been a while since we have written. As you know, we have been a little busy at the best place on earth for college softball ... Oklahoma City!
Twas two nights before the World Series and not a creature was stirring, perhaps not even Jessica Mouse. ... Laptop on desk and coffee in hand, I had just settled in for a long night of writing (no napping in Oklahoma City). When out in the parking lot there arose such a clatter, I sprang from my desk to see what was the matter.