Oklahoma’s Jayda Coleman leaps over the wall to make a catch for an out in the first inning of Thursday’s Women’s College World Series finals game. (Bryan Terry/USA Today Network)

Texas came into Thursday night’s Women’s College World Series finals Game 2 needing a win, and the Longhorns’ bats got going early to put them up 2-0 in the first inning.

But Oklahoma All-American Jayda Coleman wasn’t going to let them get any bigger lead than that. Texas freshman Courtney Day attempted to send a ball flying over the fence, but Coleman made the grab as it was inches away from exiting the field to prevent a home run.

To Coleman, the play was business as usual.

“What’s crazy is we practice that all the time,” she said after the game. Oklahoma pitcher Jordy Bahl added that she’s seen Coleman make similar plays “over and over and over.”

For home run queen Jocelyn Alo, it wasn’t a surprise either.

“She’s robbed me,” Alo said. “It’s just a normal thing for her.”

The Sooners would evened the score at 2-2 in the fourth inning. From there, they didn’t look back en route to a 10-5 win.

While the Sooners’ two home runs from Kinzie Hansen and Grace Lyons didn’t quite match Wednesday’s record-breaking performance, they helped put the game away for Oklahoma and seal the program’s second-straight title.

It’s the Sooners’ sixth championship and fifth in the past nine seasons. They finished the year with 59 wins, the best team batting average and the best team ERA in college softball.

At the WCWS, Oklahoma set the record for home runs (17) and runs (64). Oklahoma coach Patty Gasso said this team is one of her best.

“I could rank them very, very high, if not the highest, because everything they do looks so easy to me, and they do it so fast,” Gasso said postgame. “They don’t realize how good they are. I don’t realize how good they are.”