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Florida State and Oklahoma have advanced out of the loser’s bracket and are heading to the Women’s College World Series Championship Finals.
After dropping the tournament-opener to James Madison, Oklahoma rallied to win four consecutive games to keep the school’s title hopes alive.
On Monday, the Sooners got their shot at revenge. In a semifinal rematch of the opening round upset, Oklahoma surged to a 7-1 win over James Madison, securing the school a spot in the championship series.
Florida State also survived the loser’s bracket, clawing their way back to the finals with an 8-5 win over Alabama on Monday. The Seminoles sprinted to an early 8-0 lead in the third inning and held off a late Alabama surge to earn the school a spot in the title matchup.
The best of three championship series between Oklahoma and Florida State begins Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.
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