Women’s College World Series semis: What you need to know

Oklahoma’s Alyssa Brito pulls a single to left field for an RBI against Texas during the Women’s College World Series. (Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

After a wild weekend of play, the Women’s College World Series semifinals are here, with four teams competing for two spots in the final.

Oklahoma will face UCLA while Oklahoma State will play Texas for the final two spots in the draw.

Oklahoma vs. UCLA

12 p.m. ET Monday on ESPN
(If necessary) 2:30 p.m. ET Monday on ESPN

After run-ruling Northwestern on the first day of competition, Oklahoma beat Texas 7-2 on Saturday to advance to the semifinals.

UCLA, meanwhile, won out in the loser’s bracket to advance. The Bruins rebounded from a tournament-opening loss to Texas to best both Northwestern and Florida.

The Sooners hold the edge, as they remain undefeated so far. Oklahoma could advance to the final with a win, while a UCLA victory would force a deciding game between the Bruins and Sooners immediately following the first matchup.

Oklahoma State vs. Texas

7 p.m. ET Monday on ESPN
(If necessary) 9:30 p.m. ET Monday on ESPN

Oklahoma State, like its in-state counterpart, has yet to lose a game in Oklahoma City during the Women’s College World Series. The Cowgirls reached the semifinals with wins over Arizona and Florida.

The Longhorns, meanwhile, beat UCLA 7-2 in their first game before losing to Oklahoma in the second. Then they beat Arizona to advance through the loser’s bracket. If they win the 7 p.m. game, they’ll force a winner-take-all game against the Cowgirls.