Spotlight reserved for special two
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Women's College World Series is really two tournaments in one. The first careers along at breakneck speed, with eight teams playing as many as 14 games in four days and six teams going from elation to disappointment in the matter of two or three hotel wake-up calls. The second moves at a more deliberate pace, as two teams are left with the national spotlight all to themselves for as many as three nights.
And so even as the attention shifts to old rivals UCLA ...
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