The Sooners are one win away from the 2021 Softball National Championship. Led by a shutdown pitching performance by G Juarez, the Sooners evened the series with FSU at 1-1 with a thrilling 6-2 comeback. The action took off in the top of the 6th, with Jocelyn Alo hitting a 2 run no-doubter, which also set the all-time team single season home run record at 159, previously held by the 2010 Hawaii squad.

The Sooners put on 2 more in the inning, and another in the 7th, as Juarez finished off the side to finished the comeback.

Defensively, ‘Lou Lou’ Donihoo was back at it with this gem, bringing the crowd to their feet for the rest of the game

Even more impressive from this angle:

In each of the Sooners 4 losses this season, they have gone on to beat that team 2 more times. One more game to decide the champs, 2pm Central on ESPN.

The Riley women were also taking in the game 2 action with their dad:

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