Oklahoma seeks repeat at Women's College World Series
June 1, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A group of carefree freshmen and sophomores led Oklahoma to the Women's College World Series title a year ago.
This year, the Sooners cared and the game became a chore. Coach Patty Gasso said Oklahoma didn't handle the pressure of high expectations well at first.
"It's very tiring to live in that world," she said. "We, through a lot of work together, pretty much decided this isn't fun."
Gasso told her players to get back to just playing rather than worrying about what others were saying. They responded, and now the Sooners are back at the World Series with a chance to...