WCWS: Game 3 Preview


OKLAHOMA CITY — After a 4-1 Oklahoma win on Monday night, Alabama roared back on Tuesday, scoring 8 runs on just four hits on the way to an 8-6 victory. That leaves the 2012 Women’s College World Series all knotted up at a game apiece with a winner-take-all Game 3 scheduled for Wednesday night.

You can hear every pitch live tonight right here on WestwoodOneSports.com. Complete live coverage from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium begins at 7:45 PM ET.


Kevin Kugler will have the play-by-play of the WCWS for the NCAA Radio Network.

Leah (O’Brien) Amico, a three-time WCWS Champion and three-time Olympic Softball Gold Medalist, will serve as the analyst.

(Listen to Kevin and Leah recap Game 2 and look ahead to tonight’s decisive Game 3)


Other Ways to Listen

In addition to the live stream right here on WestwoodOneSports.com, the championship series will also be broadcast on local Westwood One affiliates across the country, on NCAA.com and on the Slacker Mobile app for iOS and Android. For more information on Slacker, click here. The game will also be broadcast on SiriusXM channel 91.

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