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Live scores, updates and highlights from the Florida vs. Oklahoma softball tournament of the 2024 Women's College World Series

The Women's College World Series is just around the corner, giving Oklahoma, one of the strongest college softball teams, another chance at the title.

The Sooners (59-3) have had a rough time in recent seasons, winning not one, not two, but three consecutive national titles. A fourth would catapult them into a new league; no other team has ever done that.

OU has no shortage of talent, with players including four-time All-Americans Tiare Jennings and Jayda Coleman. Patty Gasso's team is also strong in numbers, with eight Sooners posting an OPS over 1.000 this season.

All of this seems to set up a date on college softball's biggest stage. But things aren't always as they seem. And with an impressive Florida team waiting in the wings in the WCWS semifinals, it's not exactly a foregone conclusion.

The No. 6 seed Gators (53-14) are a harrowing bunch blessed with a killer lineup. Skylar Wallace, Korbe Otis, Jocelyn Erickson, Reagan Walsh and Baylee Goddard could pose a real threat to OU's stellar pitching, which is fifth best in the country in terms of ERA.

Florida is also a team full of energy. It also has the prestige you would expect from one of the nation's final eight teams. Can that translate into a win over the odious figure of Oklahoma? The world will soon find out.

The Sporting News is following live updates from Monday's Women's College World Series clash between the Gators and Sooners. Below, find highlights and more as two of the nation's best teams battle for softball supremacy — and a spot in the WCWS finals.

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Latest information on Florida vs. Oklahoma and highlights of the Women's College World Series

(All times Eastern Time)

12:30 pm: As a reminder, today's game was supposed to start at noon, but first pitch was delayed due to inclement weather. Although it was originally scheduled for 1:36 p.m. ET, this is still a mystery as lightning and rain ravage the grounds:

How to watch the Florida vs. Oklahoma softball game

  • Start time: To be announced
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Live broadcast: ESPN+, Fubo

The start time for Florida vs. Oklahoma has not yet been determined. It was originally scheduled for 12:00 p.m. ET, but the start time was pushed back due to inclement weather. Fans can watch the elimination game on ESPN or stream it on ESPN+ or Fubo, which offers a free trial.

2024 Women's College World Series Schedule

Thu, May 30

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Game 1 (6) UCLA4(14) Alabama 1 Midday ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+
Game 2 (2) Oklahoma 9(10) Duke 1 2.30 ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+
Game 3 (1) Texas 4(8) Stanford-Lewis 0 19 o'clock ESPN2, ESPN+
Game 4 (4) Florida 1(5) Oklahoma State 0 21:30 ESPN2, ESPN+

Fri., 31 May

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Game 5 (14) Alabama 2(10) Duke 1 19 o'clock ESPN2, ESPN+
Game 6 (8) Stanford-8(5) Oklahoma State 0 21:30 ESPN2, Fubo

Sat., 1 June

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Game 7 (2) Oklahoma 1(6) UCLA-0 3 pm ABC, Fubo, ESPN+
Game 8 (1) Texas 10(4) Florida 0 (5 Guest Houses) 19 o'clock ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+

Sun., 2 June

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Game 9 (4) Florida 6(14) Alabama 4 3 pm ABC, Fubo, ESPN+
Game 10 (8) Stanford-3(6) UCLA1 19 o'clock ESPNU, Fubo, ESPN+

Mon., 3 June

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
Game 11 (2) Oklahoma vs. (4) Florida 1:30 p.m. ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+
Game 12 (if necessary) Game 11 Rematch 2.30 ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+
Game 13 Winner Game 8 vs. Winner Game 10 19 o'clock ESPN2, ESPN+
Game 14 (if necessary) Game 13 Rematch 21:30 ESPN2, ESPN+

Wednesday, June 5

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
WCWS Final Game 1 To be announced 8pm ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+

Thu, 6 June

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
WCWS Final Game 2 To be announced 8pm ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+

Fri., 7 June

Game Matchup/Results Time (ET) TV/Live stream
WCWS Final Game 3 (if required) To be announced 8pm ESPN, Fubo, ESPN+