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Oklahoma Sooners Hot Links: Women’s basketball bounces back, men’s basketball fighting for NCAA hopes

Also, OU’s baseball team stole 11 bases on Tuesday.

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Happy Wednesday, Sooners friends and fans!

It was another tough loss for the Oklahoma Sooners men’s basketball team Tuesday night, getting blown out by the No. 9 Texas Tech Red Raiders, 66-42, down in Lubbock. Oklahoma has now lost seven of their last eight games and is 14-14 overall, just 4-11 in Big 12 play. The Sooners produced their lowest scoring output since 2004 and for the first time since at least 2004, not a single Sooner scored in double-figures.

The Oklahoman, as well as the OU Daily’s Grayson Blalock, break down the Sooners’ blowout loss to the Red Raiders and explained how their NCAA Tournament hopes are now hanging in the balance.

Next up is Bedlam round two, this Saturday at 11 a.m. on CBS. The Sooners need to more than likely win these final three regular season games to get back into March Madness.

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OU Women’s Basketball

  • The Oklahoma Sooners women’s basketball team snapped their three-game losing streak, beating the TCU Horned Frogs on Wednesday night, 92-57. Six total Sooners scored in double-figures, led by Skylar Vann’s 17 points and Gabby Gregory’s season-high 13. The bench combined for 50 points in the blowout of the Horned Frogs. OU is now 21-6 on the season, 10-5 in Big 12 play.
  • The Sooners are back in action on Saturday hosting the Kansas State Wildcats. OU will be honoring the 2002 Final Four team as well as recognizing former head coach Sherri Coale for all she did for the Oklahoma program. Tip-off is set for 4 p.m. on Bally Sports Oklahoma.

OU Softball

  • The No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners Softball team has dominated so for in the 2022 season, sitting at 10-0 on the season, outscoring their opponents 95-2, given up 0 earned runs and run-ruled eight opponents, six in a row. The highlight of the weekend was Jocelyn Alo hitting her 95th career home run, tying her with Sooners legend Lauren Chamberlain as the all-time NCAA home run leaders. The Hawaii native will more than likely break that this weekend. The Oklahoman’s Jenni Carlson profile’s how Alo’s ‘exile’ has lead her to becoming the home run queen. The Tulsa World’s Guerin Emig breaks down what Alo’s 96th homer will mean to both her and Sooners legend Lauren Chamberlain.
  • The domination has lead to some individual accolades including Jocelyn Alo being named Louisville Slugger/NFCAorg & Big 12 Player of the Week. Alo hit five home runs in five games, including hitting career No. 95 to tie Lauren Chamberlain as the NCAA Career Home Run Leader. Alo batted .600 on the weekend with 11 RBI and seven extra base hits, leading No. 1 OU to five run-rule wins. She slugged an exceptional 1.733 and registered 26 total bases.
  • Also, congrats to Hope Trautwein for being named conference co-pitcher of the week. Trautwein threw her fourth career no-hitter in OU’s 11-0 run-rule victory over McNeese on Saturday. The graduate transfer struck out eight in five innings of work and allowed just one walk to the 16 batters she faced. It marked her first individual no-hitter as a Sooner after combining on a perfect game in OU’s season opener.
  • Next up, the Sooners head out to the West Coast to Cathedral City, California, for the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic. Five total games against Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State, No. 9 Arizona, No. 18 Tennessee and Utah. First up, Oklahoma faces off with CSU Fullerton on Friday at 2:30 p.m. and Long Beach State at 5 p.m. All games can be caught on flosoftball.com.

OU Baseball

  • The Oklahoma Sooners Baseball team looked good on Tuesday, beating Wichita State, 6-2, to improve to 3-1 on the season. Braden Carmichael got the win throwing five innings, giving up one earned run and striking out four batters.
  • Cade Horton and Tanner Tredaway both contributed 2-RBI, with Tredaway hitting a solo home run as well. Additionally. Sooner baserunners swiped 11 bags on the day. The OU Daily’s Eduardo Olivas highlights the Sooners successes in their 2022 home opener win over Wichita State.
  • The Sooners are back in action this weekend against Northwestern State. The three-game series has been moved to Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas due to inclement weather in the Norman area. All three games can be heard on KREF 1400 AM/99.3FM starting Friday at noon.

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