Oklahoma Sooners softball made history on Thursday night, defeating Florida State 3-1 in the Women's College World Series Championship Series.
The win clinched the Sooners' seventh national title, concluding a dominant 61-1 regular season and extending a NCAA Division I softball-record 53-game winning streak. The triumph also extended a remarkable run of dominance by Oklahoma softball over the last several years. The Sooners have now won the last three Division I national titles, part of a larger run of five championships in seven seasons.
In NCAA history, Oklahoma joins elite company. Just 27 Division I teams have gone-back-to-back-to-back in their respective sport since 2000.