UPDATE: scroll down to see the results up to today, June 7.
Below is a bracket for the 2011 Women’s College World Series scheduled for June 2-7, in Oklahoma City.
All games will be broadcast online and on either ESPN or ESPN2.
Four teams from the Big XII Conference are in this year’s series; two teams are from the Pac-10, and two teams from the SEC Conference.
Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma are both in the WCWS in the same year for the first-time ever.
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Day one – June 2
Alabama beat California, 1-0. Baylor defeated Oklahoma State in eight innings with one homerun, 1-0.
Alabama and Baylor will play tomorrow at 6 p.m. Cal and OSU will play Saturday at 11 a.m. All times are Central.
Arizona State beat the University of Oklahoma, 3-1. Florida downed Missouri with two homeruns, 6-2.
Arizona State and Florida will play tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. OU and Missouri will play Saturday at 1:30 p.m. All times are Central.
Day two – June 3
Alabama defeated Baylor, 3-0. The Crimson Tide have not been scored on in two games.
Arizona State beat Florida, 6-5. Florida had two homeruns; ASU one.
Day three – June 4
California won over Oklahoma State, 6-2. Missouri topped OU, 4-1. It was Missouri’s first WCWS win in 20 years. Source: Mizzou Gameday
California and Florida wil play at 6 p.m., tonight. Then, Baylor and Missouri will play at 8:30 p.m. All times are Central.
Florida beat California, 5-2.
OSU, OU, and California are all eliminated from this year’s WCWS.
Baylor topped Missouri with a walk-off home run in the 13th inning. Baylor now plays Arizona State tomorrow at 2:30 p.m.
Missouri is now eliminated from the WCWS.
Alabama and Florida will play tomorrow at noon. All times are Central.
Day four – June 5
Florida defeated Alabama, 16-2. The loss is Alabama’s first of the WCWS; the two teams will play again today at 6 p.m., central time.
Arizona State beat Baylor, 4-0. ASU advances to the WCWS championship series scheduled to begin tomorrow.
Baylor is eliminated from the WCWS.
Florida topped Alabama a second time today; this time with a score of 9-2. Alabama is eliminated from the WCWS, and Florida advances to the championship series to face Arizona State.
Day five — June 6
Florida and ASU will play tonight at 7 p.m., central time.
The game will be broadcast on TV-ESPN2, online, and on the radio at Sirius/XM Channel 91.
Arizona State won over Florida, 14-4. The two teams will play again tomorrow at 7 p.m., central time. This is a best-of-three games series.
Day six — June 7
Arizona State beat Florida, 7-2. ASU won the 2011 national championship. It is the school’s second softball title in the program’s history; ASU last won in 2008.