Game times, scores, TV schedule for NCAA softball world series


A field of 64 NCAA Division I women’s softball teams has been whittled down to eight squads that will compete in the 2022 Women’s College World Series.

Only three of the top eight seeds and five of the top 16 made it to Oklahoma City as three underdogs crashed the party.

The field includes reigning champion and overall No. 1 seed Oklahoma, which has dominated this season with its explosive offense, and No. 5 seed UCLA, the most successful team in college softball history. Two-time national champion Florida, the No. 14 seed, is back for another crack, as is seven-time champ Arizona – this time as an unseeded team that has exceeded expectations. No. 7 seed Oklahoma State, No. 9 seed Northwestern, Texas and Oregon State are each seeking their first NCAA softball championships.

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