Texas hitters finally do their part
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Texas had its pitcher's back.
How folks in Austin have waited to say that this time of year. How tempting it is to think about what it could mean.
Playing its first game in the Women's College World Series since 2006, when an Olympian and three-time national player of the year named Cat Osterman was still in the circle, No. 4 Texas beat No. 5 Arizona State 6-3. Behind six hits, including a home run from Kim Bruins, seven walks and stellar pitching from ...
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