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Oklahoma hasn't won a national title since 2000, but it seems that drought may come to an end as the top-seeded Sooners are the favorite to win this year's Women's College World Series. How does the field, which includes perennial powers Arizona State, Florida and Tennessee, stack up? Click the team logos below to set your rankings!

WCWS teams

Arizona State

Arizona State

Seed: No. 5
Record: 50-10

Florida

Florida

Seed: No. 2
Record: 57-7

Michigan

Michigan

Seed: No. 8
Record: 50-11

Nebraska

Nebraska

Seed: No. 14
Record: 45-14

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Seed: No. 1
Record: 52-4

Tennessee

Tennessee

Seed: No. 7
Record: 49-10

Texas

Texas

Seed: No. 4
Record: 49-8

Washington

Washington

Seed: No. 11
Record: 43-15

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Heading into evening with something fun. Danielle Lawrie is the best pitcher in college softball. She beat the United States national team before she ever got to the University of Washington and is an Olympic veteran for her native Canada. She won a national championship this season and struck out more than 500 batters. She consistently throws the ball close to 70 miles per hour from a distance of 43 feet. She's pretty good.

So when Page 2's Jim Caple jumped in the batter's box, well, the results were predictable.

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