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Entire Oklahoma Team Glorifies God Live on ESPN After Historic National Championship Win

Oklahoma softball capped off a historic, record-breaking season on Thursday night, and the players gave all the glory to God on national television.
In a 3–1 victory, the Sooners swept Florida State in a best-of-three series to win the their third straight national title live on ESPN.

𝐃𝐀𝐖𝐆PILE 🗣️ pic.twitter.com/hkhNXGEIf1
— Oklahoma Softball (@OU_Softball) June 9, 2023

𝐓𝐇𝐑𝐄𝐄 𝐏𝐄𝐀𝐓 🏆🏆🏆#ChampionshipMindset pic.twitter.com/4AMu6guKUs
— Oklahoma Softball (@OU_Softball) June 9, 2023

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Oklahoma ended its one-loss season on a 53-game win streak, which is good enough for the winningest season in NCAA history.

The team has won six championships in the last 10 seasons while head coach Patty Gasso has won seven titles in total at the helm of the program since the year 2000.
But there was something extra special about this year’s team, which went 61–1 and took a lot of flak from critics for its attitude.

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The ladies spent the season celebrating walks with the same enthusiasm as home runs — of which there were plenty. Given their on-field dominance, those celebrations from this Sooners team always felt justified.
But after Oklahoma beat up its conference rivals in the regular season and run-ruled others out of the park in the 2023 WCWS, the players always ended each game with a humble prayer …

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