Women’s College World Series Finals 2022: Schedule, Scores, TV Schedule, Live Stream

Women’s College World Series Finals 2022: The eight teams in the WCWS in 2022 are Arizona, Florida, Northwestern, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Texas and UCLA. Here are the day-by-day scores, recaps and highlights. The Texas Longhorns have advanced to the semifinals after topping Arizona 5-2 on Sunday.

Women’s College World Series Finals 2022: Schedule, Scores, TV Schedule, Live Stream

Schedule:

Wednesday, June 8

Game 1 Time (Channel)
Oklahoma vs. Texas 8:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Thursday, June 9

Game 2 Time (Channel)
Oklahoma vs. Texas 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Friday, June 10 (if necessary)

Game 3* Time (Channel)
Oklahoma vs. Texas 8:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Scores:

The Women’s College World Series Finals features a Big 12 matchup like no other. 1 Oklahoma seed Oklahoma has been bested only three times in its 60 game-seasons.

One of those defeats came at the hands of her Women’s College World Series counterpart Texas. The Longhorns have been one of the hottest teams in the country over the past few weeks.

After having a decent, but unexpected regular season, Texas rolled through the competition in the NCAA Tournament, the Women’s College World Sea.

TV Schedule:

Women's College World Series Finals 2022: Schedule, Scores, TV Schedule, Live Stream

  • Date: June 8-10
  • Location: USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • TV channels: ESPN/ESPN2
  • Live stream: ESPN+ | fuboTV

As was the case in earlier rounds, all the softball action from the Women’s College World Series finals will be shown on ESPN’s networks.

ESPN will broadcast the first and third games of the series (if necessary), while the broadcast will move to ESPN2 for Game 2.

Live Stream:

  • Date: June 8-10
  • Location: USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • TV channels: ESPN/ESPN2
  • Live stream: ESPN+ | fuboTV

Viewers can also watch all the action unfold on ESPN+ or fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Texas takes out Oklahoma State, moves on to Women’s College World Series finals. Texas has punched its ticket to the WCWS finals with a 6-5 win over Oklahoma State.

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