OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Hannah Rogers threw a four-hit shutout as Florida took the first game of the best-of-three championship at the Women’s College World Series 5-0 over Alabama on Monday night.
Aubree Munro got the offense started for the Gators with a solo home run in the top of the third. Florida would plate two more in the fifth and another pair in the seventh en route to the first championship series victory in program history. The Gators were 0-4 in two previous trips to the final.
Kevin Kugler and Leah Amico called the action from ASA Hall of Fame Stadium.
(Aubree Munro’s homer gives Florida a 1-0 lead in the third)
(Kelsey Stewart’s bunt starts a rally for Florida in the fifth)
(Kirsti Merritt doubles in a run to make it 2-0 Gators)
(Stephanie Tofft drives in another run for Florida)
(Kaila Hunt takes one up the middle and Alabama has its first hit of the game)
(Tofft drives in another run on a sac fly to make it 4-0)
(Lauren Haeger caps the scoring with an RBI double)
(The Gators turn two in the 7th inning)
(The final out as Florida takes the first game of the championship series)
(Aubree Munro’s postgame interview with Kevin and Leah)
(Postgame recap from Kevin Kugler and Leah Amico)
Game Two of the Women’s College World Series’ championship series airs live Tuesday night at 7:45 PM Eastern on WestwoodOne Sports.