OU’s softball team run-ruled Arkansas Pine Bluff 10-0 and 35-1 in record-setting double-header victories.
The wins were the Sooners first home appearances this season after capturing their sport’s national championship last year.
In Oklahoma’s first win of the day, junior first baseman Lauren Chamberlain hit her 62nd home run to break the school and conference career record.
OU put up six runs in the first inning and another four in the fourth to give them their eleventh win of the year and fourth win after just five innings.
In the Sooners’ second game they scored a program record 35 runs, beating the old mark by 11 runs, with 17 runs coming in the fourth inning alone.
Patti Gasso’s group plays their second double-header in as many days on March 1.
OU will face off with Nebraska in both games, first pitch of the first contest is set for noon.