The Women's College World Series has provided many great moments over the years, but which snapshot is your favorite?
Our experts have selected 10 great moments dating back to 1998. Between now and the start of the WCWS on May 31, vote on your favorites and we'll unveil your picks during the championship broadcast.
Is it Jennie Finch's perfect 32-0 season? Keira Goerl's no-hitter? Jazlyn Lunceford's pinch-hit grand slam? Watch the moments below, click the images to set your rankings, and tune in to ESPN's networks for all of the World Series action.
Top WCWS moments
1998: Nina Lindenberg homers off Nancy Evans for the only run of the game to guide Fresno State to its first national championship.
2001: Pitcher Jennie Finch throws a shutout in the championship game to complete a 32-0 season for Arizona.
2002: Jocelyn Forest pitches Cal to its first softball title just one month after her sister's tragic death.
2003: Keira Goerl tosses the only Finals no-hitter after beating Cat Osterman twice the day before.
2003: UCLA's Natasha Watley drives in the tying run against Texas in the bottom of the 7th inning and then races around the bases and eludes the tag for the win.
2005: Michigan's Samantha Findlay smashes a three-run home run in the top of the 10th inning to down UCLA.
2007: Arizona's Taryne Mowatt pitches back-to-back shutouts to win the championship for the Wildcats.
2009: Jazlyn Lunceford's pinch-hit grand slam sparks Alabama to a 6-2 win in the World Series elimination game.
2009: Ali Gardiner blasts a walk-off grand slam against Alabama as Florida advanced to the championship series.
2010: UCLA's Megan Langenfeld helps down archrival Arizona with a walk-off home run in the opening game of the championship series.