The Oklahoma Sooners could not defend their 2013 National Championship. OU went out Saturday night, when the top overall seed Oregon Ducks handed the Sooners a season-ending 4-2 loss.
Despite the result OU did not want, the Sooners played a hard fought postseason, despite being dealt a tough hand.
Regardless, Shelby Pendley, an NFCA First Team All-American, was named to the All-Tournament team for the Women’s College World Series.
Pendley, in three games, had four hits, two RBI’s, and two home runs. Pendley had a lot of success at third, but was asked to pitch four innings, where she struck out three batters.
She was one of twelve players to receive the honor. After a superb tournament, Florida pitcher Hannah Rogers was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2014 WCWS. Rogers and the Florida Gators won the 2014 National Championship, the first in school history.
Here is the entire All-Tournament Team, with a lot of Florida influence.
- Hannah Rogers, Florida
- Kelsey Stewart, Florida
- Jaclyn Traina, Alabama
- Shelby Pendley, Oklahoma
- Kirsti Merritt, Florida
- Courtney Ceo, Oregon
- Bailey Castro, Florida
- Jordan Strickland, Baylor
- Kelsey Nunley, Kentucky
- Kaila Hunt, Alabama
- Linsey Hays, Baylor
- Aubree Munro, Florida
Most Outstanding Player: Hannah Rogers, Florida
Editor’s note: Thanks to all of the softball fans who came to the site. We had a great time in Oklahoma City covering the Women’s College World Series. We hope you’ll be back for next season.