Oklahoma City University wins NAIA softball national championship

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa.- The Oklahoma City University softball team took home their ninth national championship Thursday in the NAIA Softball World Series.

In their 29th series appearance, and first since 2014, the team won five games in a row out of a loser’s bracket to become the fourth ever program to take victories in both title games.

They beat out Saint Xavier, 5-0 after falling to them, 1-0,  in a winner’s bracket game on May 30th.

Pitcher Georgia Wall was named the series Most Valuable Player after allowing just four earned runs in 46 innings.

For full details on OCU’s win, visit NAIA’s website.

 

 

 

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