NCAA Softball Championships 2021: Super Regionals Results, World Series Schedule

Timothy Rapp@@TRappaRTFeatured Columnist IVMay 30, 2021

James Madison's Hallie Hall during a NCAA softball game on Friday, May 28, 2021 in Columbia, Mo. (AP Photo/Colin E. Braley)
AP Photo/Colin E. Braley

The Women's College World Series is set. 

James Madison and Oklahoma State punched their tickets to Oklahoma City on Sunday, joining Oklahoma, Alabama, Arizona, Florida State, Georgia and UCLA. 

Below, we'll break down the WCWS schedule and Sunday's Super Regionals results.

WWCS Opening Day Schedule

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Game times and broadcast info for Opening Day at the #WCWS have been announced! 🥎 pic.twitter.com/jH4KMGDEj1

For the full WCWS schedule, be sure to check out NCAA.com.

James Madison def. Missouri, 7-2

James Madison took a 3-2 lead into the top of the seventh inning, looking to hold off Missouri in Game 3 of their Super Regional Matchup. Four runs later, they had a comfortable enough lead to march to Oklahoma. 

Oh, and the first WCWS berth in school history.

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A win for the history books! 👏#RoadToWCWS x 🎥 @JMUSoftball pic.twitter.com/xEFy3Q1ts2

Led by huge performances from Sarah Jubas (two hits, two runs, one RBI) and Logan Newton (three hits, two runs and an RBI)—along with an explosive top of the seventh—James Madison knocked off Missouri, 7-2. 

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📼 SUPER REGIONALS HIGHLIGHTS: @JMUSoftball defeats (8) @MizzouSoftball, 7-2, in game three of the Columbia Super Regional.#RoadToWCWS pic.twitter.com/a3E0gp5UKq

Odicci Alexander went the distance on the mound, meanwhile, allowing four hits, five walks and two runs while striking out sixth in the complete game win. Jordan Weber (three hits, two runs, one earned run, one walk, four strikeouts) took the loss for Missouri. 

Up next for James Madison is a matchup with the top-ranked Oklahoma Sooners, which beat Washington 2-0 in their Super Regional series. 

Oklahoma State def. Texas, 2-0

Oklahoma State won the battle of the Big 12, propelled by a key two-run fifth inning. 

RBI singles by Avery Hobson and Chelsea Alexander in that frame were the difference vs. Texas, while Carrie Eberle (four hits, one walk, three strikeouts) threw an absolute gem, pitching a complete-game shutout. 

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Scoreless no more in Stillwater! 😎<br><br>📺 @espn#RoadToWCWS x @CowgirlSB pic.twitter.com/5NE4zUreIq

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The short game strikes again 😏#RoadToWCWS x 🎥 @CowgirlSB pic.twitter.com/hWYqSGDTcj

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Put on your dancing shoes, @CowgirlSB, you’re going to OKC! 🤠💃#RoadToWCWS pic.twitter.com/LlaCiXGs4b

It was a tough loss for Shea O'Leary, who was excellent in her six innings on the mound, giving up just four hits, two runs and a walk while striking out two. 

Up next for Oklahoma State is a matchup with Georgia.