Texas softball will play Oklahoma State in decisive Game 3 on Sunday for WCWS trip

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In the Stillwater Super Regional on Saturday, Texas’ Shea O’Leary pitched a full game to lift the Longhorns over the Oklahoma State Cowboys 4-2. It was the first time that Texas was able to defeat Oklahoma State this season.

It extended the series to a deciding third game on Sunday with a berth in the Women’s College World Series on the line. Oklahoma State will start ace pitcher Carrie Eberle, while Texas will again have O’Leary on the mound.

“Momentum’s something in this game and we created some momentum today. We’ll keep that going through tomorrow and we’ll have to make sure it’s a dogfight tomorrow. But I’m sure OSU’s gonna come out and fight us hard. We know that,” Texas head coach Mike White stated at the conclusion of the game on Saturday.

Texas’ junior catcher Mary Iakopo hit a clutch two-run home run in the sixth inning on Saturday to take control of the game. It was her 16th homer, which moved her into a tie with Lindsey Stephens (2014) for the most in a single season in school history.

Here’s how to tune in to the crucial Game 3 matchup between Texas and Oklahoma State on Sunday:

When

Sunday, May 30 at 3:15 p.m. CST

Where

Stillwater, Oklahoma

How to watch

ESPN

How to listen

105.3 FM