NCAA softball: Oklahoma is top seed

Updated: May 13, 2013, 12:18 AM ET
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Among the 64 teams competing in the NCAA softball tournament are 11 from the Southeastern Conference.

A year after claiming its first national championship, the SEC will host seven of the 16 regionals, which begin Friday.

Mississippi State didn't even qualify for the SEC tournament, but the Bulldogs still will have a chance to reach the Women's College World Series.

Oklahoma is the No. 1 overall seed in the bracket, which was revealed Sunday night. The Sooners will host a regional ...

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