Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-06-09 22:15:00 –
Oklahoma City >> Jocelyn Alo scored the opening goal in the sixth inning, and Oklahoma beat Florida 6-2 tonight, forcing the definitive Game 3 of the Women’s College World Series title.
The final round will take place on Thursday. Oklahoma (55 wins and 4 losses) is aiming for the fifth national championship. Florida (49-12-1) is aiming for a second title in four years.
After graduating from Campbell High School and the USA Softball University Player of the Year, Alo defeated Catherine Thundercock’s right-center field fence 2-0, giving the Snurs a 3-2 lead. Her explosion enthusiastically gathered 12,115 Suners fans at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium, about 25 miles from the Oklahoma campus.
With this home run, Snurs the Division I’s single-season home run record was 159, breaking the 2010 Hawaii record.
Giselle Juarez is a complete game pitcher in Oklahoma. She allowed two points in the first inning, then tossed six innings in the shutout, and allowed only two hits in the rest. She improved to 4-0 in the tournament and only scored 3 goals in 24 1/3 innings.
Thundercock, who had the upper hand in the World Series, hit the starting pitcher 4 hits and 7 hits in Seminole, who won the opening game of the best 3 finals on Tuesday 8-4.
Florida State University’s Elizabeth Mason hit the first two-run homer, giving Seminole an early lead.
Oklahoma’s Jana Johns hit a home run on the leftfield for the third time, hitting a 300-foot slow-pitch fence with a single bounce.
Oklahoma’s Tiare Jennings hit a home run with a slow miss in the 6th inning, but Alo hit a home run.
Jocelyn Alo homers Oklahoma past Florida State as Sooners break Hawaii’s NCAA record for home runs Source link Jocelyn Alo homers Oklahoma past Florida State as Sooners break Hawaii’s NCAA record for home runs