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CWS Highlights: UC Irvine 3 – Texas 1

14 June 2014
OMAHA, NE –  The UC Irvine Anteaters opened CWS play in Omaha with a come from behind win over the Texas Longhorns. Texas scored first and held a 1-0 lead into the eighth inning, but the eighth…
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College World Series: Live from Omaha – Starts Saturday!

09 June 2014
WestwoodOne Sports is once again your home for comprehensive audio coverage of EVERY PITCH of the 2014 Men’s College World Series from Omaha. We’ll have every game streaming live right here on as well as on our TuneIn channel for mobile devices. Coverage begins this Saturday at 2:40 PM…
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WCWS Highlights: Florida 6 – Alabama 3

04 June 2014
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Florida jumped all over Jaclyn Traina early and held on for a 6-3 victory over Alabama as the Gators’ captured their first-ever softball national championship. Kristi Merritt and Stephanie Tofft each went deep for Florida, with Merritt’s three-run shot the big blow for the Gators in…
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WCWS Highlights: Florida 5 – Alabama 0

03 June 2014
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…
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Alabama and Florida to battle for WCWS crown

01 June 2014
OKLAHOMA CITY – It’ll be an all-SEC championship series at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium as Florida and Alabama capped perfect 3-0 preliminary round records with victories on Sunday. The Gators took down Baylor 6-3 in the day’s opening game to move on to the best-of-three finale, which begins Monday…
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Oregon, Florida, Kentucky and Alabama win WCWS openers

29 May 2014
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Women’s College World Series got underway Thursday at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium as Oregon, Florida, Kentucky and Alabama moved into the winners bracket with victories. Florida got the day started with a bang, defeating Baylor 11-0 in five innings. Top overall seed Oregon continued the…
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