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1 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2000, 2013, 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 10 WCWS APPEARANCES 13 BIG 12 TITLES 53 ALL-AMERICA HONORS 118 ALL-REGION HONORS 11 BIG 12 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR 4 BIG 12 PITCHERS OF THE YEAR 5 BIG 12 FRESHMEN OF THE YEAR 85 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM HONORS 138 WEEKLY BIG 12 HONORS FEBRUARY Puerto Vallarta College Challenge 9 vs. #2/2 Auburn Puerta Vallarta, Mex. L 2-3 vs. RV/NR BYU Puerta Vallarta, Mex. W vs. RV/RV Nebraska Puerta Vallarta, Mex. W vs. #13/13 Washington Puerta Vallarta, Mex. L 0-1 Karl Anderson, Assistant Director of Athletics Communications 180 West Brooks, Suite 2525 Norman, OK Office: (405) Cell: Houston Classic 17 vs. Incarnate Word Houston, Texas W (5) 14-0 vs. RV/RV Ole Miss Houston, Texas W at Houston Houston, Texas W (8) 7-5 at Houston Houston, Texas W (8) 2-1 Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic 23 vs. NR/RV Louisville Palm Springs, Calif. W 2-1 vs. #15/13 Tennessee Palm Springs, Calif. L vs. North Carolina St. Palm Springs, Calif. W 7-5 vs. #5/4 UCLA Palm Springs, Calif. W (5) vs. RV/RV Notre Dame Palm Springs, Calif. L 4-5 MARCH 1 at RV/NR Wichita State Wichita, Kan. W 7-3 No. 1 Oklahoma RPI: 11 NFCA: No. 6 USA: No. 6 (47-8, 17-1 Big 12) Current Streak: Won 7 Last 10 Games: 9-1 Team Slash:.322 AVG/.410 OBP/.479 SLG Team ERA: 1.62 Team Field%:.980 No. 4 Texas RPI: 33 NFCA: NR USA: No. NR (30-22, 7-10 Big 12) Current Streak: Lost 1 Last 10 Games: 6-4 Team Slash:.284 AVG/.367 OBP/.408 SLG Team ERA: 2.09 Team Field%:.969 No. 6 Texas Tech RPI: 137 NFCA: NR USA: NR (18-34, 4-14 Big 12) Current Streak: Lost 1 Last 10 Games: 1-9 Team Slash:.249 AVG/.323 OBP/.419 SLG Team ERA: 4.85 Team Field%:.954 Courtyard Marriott Tournament 3 Northwestern St. Norman W 3-0 Evansville Norman W (5) Western Kentucky Norman W (5) 9-0 Evansville Norman W Western Kentucky Norman W Tulsa Norman W (10) 1-0 OU Tournament 10 Omaha Norman W (5) 9-1 Omaha Norman W (5) Illinois-Chicago Norman W (5) Illinois-Chicago Norman W (6) vs. #5/4 Arizona Long Beach, Calif. L 3-4 at Long Beach State Long Beach, Calif. W 14-0 LMU Tournament 16 vs. UC Santa Barbara Los Angeles, Calif. W 8-1 at Loyola Marymount Los Angeles, Calif. W vs. RV/NR Cal Poly Los Angeles, Calif. L vs. RV/NR Cal Poly Los Angeles, Calif. L 1-3 vs. DePaul Los Angeles, Calif. W 6-0 College Preview Tournament 24 RV/RV Miss. State Norman W vs. Louisiana Tech Oklahoma City W 5-1 vs. UAB Oklahoma City W UAB Norman W (5) at North Texas Denton, Texas Ppd., Rain 31 Iowa State* Norman W 7-1 Iowa State* Norman W (5) 20-0 APRIL 1 Iowa State* Norman W (6) #25/RV Arkansas Norman W at Texas* Austin, Texas W at Texas* Austin, Texas W at Texas* Austin, Texas W at Kansas* Lawrence, Kan. W at Kansas* Lawrence, Kan. W (5) at Kansas* Lawrence, Kan. W North Texas Norman W (6) #15/13 Baylor* Norman W (10) #15/13 Baylor* Norman L #15/13 Baylor* Norman W at Texas Tech* Lubbock, Texas W at Texas Tech* Lubbock, Texas W (5) at Texas Tech* Lubbock, Texas W (5) 14-3 MAY 3 at NR/RV Okla. State* Stillwater, Okla. W NR/RV Okla. State* Norman W at NR/RV Okla. State* Stillwater, Okla. W 1-0 Big 12 Championship 12 vs. Texas (4) Oklahoma City FCS 2 p.m. vs. Texas Tech (6) Oklahoma City FCS 7:30 p.m. 13 TBD Oklahoma City FCS or FS2 TBD NCAA Regionals TBD TBD TBD NCAA Super Regionals TBD TBD TBD JUNE Women s College World Series 1-7 TBD Oklahoma City TBD All Times CT * Big 12 game Rankings (NFCA/USA) as of game day Parentheses indicate seeding for conference tournament FCS - Fox College Sports FS2 - Fox Sports 2 No. 2 Baylor RPI: 10 NFCA: No. 16 USA: No. 12 (41-11, 13-5 Big 12) Current Streak: Won 1 Last 10 Games: 6-4 Team Slash:.329 AVG/.391 OBP/.443 SLG Team ERA: 1.79 Team Field%:.968 u Winner of 24 of its past 25 games, No. 6/6 and top-seeded Oklahoma (47-8, 17-1 Big 12) takes its regular season Big 12 title into the Big 12 Softball Championship, which is back after a six-year hiatus, this weekend in Oklahoma City. u The championship will consist of pool play with six teams divided into two pools. Top-seeded Oklahoma is in Pool A with No. 4 Texas and No. 6 Texas Tech, while No. 2 Baylor, No. 3 Oklahoma State and No. 5 Iowa State are in Pool B. All pool play will occur on day one, while day two will see the third-place teams in each pool face one another followed by the second-place teams and the first-place teams. u The Sooners open at 2 p.m. against Texas before facing Texas Tech at 7:30 p.m. OU will then play Saturday but a game time is still to be determined based on Friday s results. A complete schedule can be found on Page 4 of the notes. u Both of Friday s games will be shown on Fox College Sports, while Saturday s contest will either be on FCS or FS2. Each contest can also be heard on KEBC 1560 in Norman or online at SoonerSports.com. BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY u Oklahoma holds an all-time record of and four titles at the Big 12 Championship. OU has more wins and a higher win percentage than any other Big 12 team at the event, while its four titles are tied with Texas for the most. Team W-L Win Pct. Titles Oklahoma *Nebraska Texas *Missouri *Texas A&M Kansas Oklahoma State Texas Tech Baylor Iowa State * no longer in Big 12 Conference No. 3 Oklahoma State RPI: 37 NFCA: NR USA: RV (33-22, 12-6 Big 12) Current Streak: Lost 3 Last 10 Games: 4-6 Team Slash:.298 AVG/.404 OBP/.425 SLG Team ERA: 3.82 Team Field%:.963 No. 5 Iowa State RPI: 138 NFCA: NR USA: NR (23-32, 6-12 Big 12) Current Streak: Won 6 Last 10 Games: 8-2 Team Slash:.261 AVG/.336 OBP/.375 SLG Team ERA: 3.88 Team Field%:.946 u OU is the No. 1 seed for the fifth time in Big 12 Championship history. The Sooners have won one title when ranked No. 1 (other three came as No. 2 seed) and have an overall record of 9-5 when playing as the top seed (Full history on page 33). u In addition to four Big 12 Championship titles, the Sooners also have four runner-up finishes and five trips to the semis. SOONERS DOMINATE BIG 12 AWARD SEASON u For the third straight year, Oklahoma was the recipient of Big 12 Player of the Year (Shay Knighten), Pitcher of the Year (Paige Parker), Freshman of the Year (Nicole Mendes) and Coach of the Year (Patty Gasso). u Knighten was named Big 12 Player of the Year to become the fourth sophomore in league history to win the award. It marks the third year in a row, the fifth time in the last six years and the seventh time in the last nine years that a Sooner has won the award. Knighten is the 10th different Sooner to be Big 12 Player of the Year. u Parker was named Big 12 Pitcher of the Year for the third year in a row, joining Texas Cat Osterman as the only players to win the award as a freshman, sophomore and junior. In fact, Parker and Osterman are the only players in league annals to win the award at least three times overall. u Mendes became the sixth Sooner to be recognized as Big 12 Freshman of the Year as she tied for the league lead in runs scored (21) and hits (28) and was second in average (.444). u Gasso was chosen as the Big 12 Coach of the Year for the 10th time in her career. She has won the award in each of the last six seasons, while no other coach in the history of the league has even won the honor more than three times.

2 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 2 Oklahoma OU Softball Pronunciation Guide Patty Gasso... GAS-oh JT Gasso... GAS-oh Andrea Gasso...on-DRAY-uh GAS-oh Falepolima Aviu... FALL-lay-po-LEE-muh uh-view Caleigh Clifton...CALE-ee Vanessa Taukeiaho...TAWK-ee-ah-HO Lea Wodach...WO-dak THE UNIVERSITY Location... Norman, Okla. Founded Enrollment...30,813 Nickname...Sooners Colors... Crimson and Cream Conference... Big 12 President... David Boren VP/Director of Athletics... Joe Castiglione OKLAHOMA PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Softball All-Time Record... 1, (.687) All-Time Big 12 Record (.783) Big 12 Titles (Regular Season/Championship)... 10/4 NCAA Tournament Appearances...23 ( ) Super Regional Appearances...10 (2005, 07-08, 10-16) WCWS Appearances...10 ( , 11-14, 16) National Championships... 3 (2000, 2013, 2016) STAFF INFORMATION Head Coach... Patty Gasso (Long Beach State, 1984) Career Record... 1, (.772) [27th year] Record at OU...1, (.779) [23rd year] Assoc. Head Coach... Melyssa Lombardi (Oklahoma, 1997) Asst. Coach... JT Gasso (East Central University, 2011) Volunteer Asst. Coach... Andrea Gasso (UCLA, 2012) Director of Operations... Jackie Livingston STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium...OU Softball Complex Field (Capacity)...Marita Hynes Field (1,378) All-Time Stadium Record (.878) All-Time Stadium Big 12 Record (.807) 2017 OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost... 11/8 Position Starters Returning/Lost... 7/2 Primary Pitchers Returning Lost... 1/3 Newcomers...7 All-Americans Returning/Lost... 2/1 RETURNING IN 2017 Hits % (452/631) Doubles % (64/100) Triples % (10/13) Home Runs % (54/70) Runs Batted In % (284/396) Walks % (149/208) Stolen Bases % (62/80) Innings Pitched % (252.1/427.1) Wins % (38/57) Shutouts % (14/22) Strikeouts % (269/433) 2016 TEAM INFORMATION 2016 Overall Record Conference Record (Finish) (First) 2016 NCAA Postseason...National Champions 2016 NFCA Final Ranking...1 # Name Pos. B/T Ht. Cl. Exp. Hometown (Previous School) 1 Nicole Pendley OF L/L 5-5 Jr. 2L Rio Rancho, N.M. (Rio Rancho HS) 2 Sydney Romero INF R/R 5-7 So. 1L San Diego, Calif. (Vista Murrieta HS) 3 Kelsey Arnold* INF L/R 5-2 Jr. 2L Tulsa, Okla. (Holland Hall Prep) 4 Hannah Sparks C R/R 6-1 Jr TR Thomasville, Ala. (NW Florida St. College) 6 Macey Hatfield UTL R/R 5-7 Sr. 3L Maysville, Okla. (Seminole State) 8 Paige Parker LHP L/L 5-11 Jr. 2L Independence, Mo. (Truman HS) 11 Nicole Mendes UTL L/L 5-7 Fr. HS Houston, Texas (Home School) 14 Paige Lowary LHP L/L 5-10 Jr. TR Dallas Center, Iowa (Univ. of Missouri) 15 Lea Wodach C R/R 5-7 Jr. 2L Coto de Caza, Calif. (Tesoro HS) 17 Shay Knighten INF R/R 5-6 So. 1L Buena Park, Calif. (Sunny Hills HS) 18 Melanie Olmos RHP R/R 5-5 Fr. HS Riverside, Calif. (Grand Terrace HS) 20 Caleigh Clifton INF R/R 5-8 So. 1L Wayne, Okla. (Wayne HS) 22 Alissa Dalton UTL L/R 5-7 Fr. HS Cypress, Texas (Cy-Fair HS) 24 Raegan Rogers OF R/R 5-4 So. 1L Blanchard, Okla. (Bridge Creek HS) 27 Kylie Lundberg OF L/L 6-0 So. 1L Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood HS) 33 Vanessa Taukeiaho OF R/R 5-5 Fr. HS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Etiwanda HS) 34 Falepolima Aviu OF L/R 5-4 So. 1L Oceanside, Calif. (Rancho Buena Vista HS) 42 Mariah Lopez RHP R/R 5-8 Fr. HS Saugus, Calif. (Saugus HS) * Team Captain Head Coach: Patty Gasso Associate Head Coach: Melyssa Lombardi Assistant Coach: JT Gasso Volunteer Asst. Coach: Andrea Gasso Graduate Student Managers: Jackie Bishop, Lacey Waldrop, Brittany Williams Full list of OU Big 12 award winners Patty Gasso Coach of the Year Shay Knighten Player of the Year; First Team honoree Paige Parker Pitcher of the Year; First Team honoree Nicole Mendes Freshman of the Year; First Team honoree Freshman Team honoree Paige Lowary First Team honoree Fale Aviu Second Team honoree Caleigh Clifton Second Team honoree Nicole Pendley Second Team honoree Sydney Romero Second Team honoree Mariah Lopez Freshman Team honoree OU WINS SIXTH STRAIGHT BIG 12 TITLE u With a three-game sweep of Oklahoma State, the Sooners have won an unprecedented six straight Big 12 championships. Prior to this current run, no team in league history had even won three straight conference crowns. u Oklahoma won the league by 4.0 games over Baylor, the second largest margin in conference history behind the 4.5 game margin of Nebraska over OU in u Oklahoma has won 10 Big 12 regular season titles and four conference tournament championships. The 14 combined championships are the most in league history. Team Reg. Season Tournament* Total 1. Oklahoma Texas Nebraska Missouri Texas A&M Baylor Kansas * - The Big 12 Tournament ended in 2010 but returns in u With six straight league crowns, the Sooners have the longest active regular season conference-title streak in the nation. Both Michigan (9, Big Ten) and North Dakota State (5, Summit League) saw their title runs end this season. u The Sooners are undefeated in their past 43 regular season Big 12 series, going The last series loss for OU came to Missouri on April 16-17, Baylor and Iowa State are tied for the next longest streak at u Since the Big 12 began in 1996, OU has the best all-time win percentage in regular season conference play at.783 (307-85). Texas is a distant second at.635 ( ), while among teams currently in the league Baylor is third at.514 ( ), followed by Oklahoma State at.450 ( ), Kansas at.380 ( ), Texas Tech at.310 ( ) and Iowa State at.219 (85-304). BEST BIG 12 FINISHES u With a 17-1 record in the Big 12, OU matched last season s mark for its best finish in league play. Year Record Win Pct. Place Postseason st National Champs st N/A u Oklahoma also posted its best start to conference play this season, going undefeated in its first 10 league games. u In the 22 seasons of Big 12 softball, Oklahoma has had a winning record in league play 21 times and will has finished first or second in the standings 18 times. HOT STREAKS A look at which Sooners have been outperforming their season numbers. Player G AB R H RBI XB HR BB K SB AVG/OBP/SLG Hatfield /.600/.917 Knighten /.579/1.389 Mendes /.556/.654 Pendley /.382/.594 Romero /.417/.652 Player G GS W-L SV IP H R ER BB K AVG ERA Lowary Mendes Parker PITCHING STAFF NEARING 2013 LEVELS u The Oklahoma pitching staff is having its best season statistically since the 2013 national championship team that was led by Keilani Ricketts and Michelle Gascoigne. Below is a staff breakdown through 55 games over the last five seasons. Stat W-L ERA Innings K/7 IP BB/7 IP Opp. Avg u The 2017 staff has been anchored by two-time All-American Paige Parker, but junior transfer Paige Lowary and freshman Mariah Lopez have emerged to form a powerful trio. Entering the week, OU was the only team in the country to have three pitchers who have thrown at least 87.0 IP and also have ERAs of 1.85 or better. u Parker has seen her inning total drop from to at this same point a year ago. The decrease in workload appears to be doing wonders for her as her ERA (1.47), strikeout rate (9.05) and walk rate (1.28) are all better than any previous season in her career.

3 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 3 USA TODAY/NFCA DIVISION I COACHES POLL (May 9 * Opponent) School Record Points Previous 1. Florida (22) Minnesota (5) Oregon (5) Florida State *Arizona Oklahoma *Auburn *Washington *Tennessee *UCLA Texas A&M James Madison Utah Louisiana Alabama *Baylor Michigan Kentucky *Ole Miss *BYU LSU Arizona State Marshall South Carolina RV 25. Georgia RV Receiving votes: *Mississippi State (23), FIU (17), *Arkansas (14), *Tulsa (12), Missouri (6), Saint Francis (Pa.) (6), Ohio State (4), USC Upstate (2), Cal (1), Illinois (1), Northern Iowa (1). ESPN.COM/USA SOFTBALL COLLEGIATE TOP 25 (May 9 * Opponent) School Record Points Previous 1. Florida (13) Oregon (4) Minnesota (4) Florida State *Arizona Oklahoma *Tennessee *Auburn *Washington *UCLA Texas A&M *Baylor James Madison Utah Louisiana Alabama Michigan *Ole Miss Kentucky *BYU LSU Arizona State South Carolina RV T24. Marshall T24. Ohio State RV T24. *Tulsa Receiving votes: *Mississippi State (19), Illinois (9), USC Upstate (9), FIU (4), *Arkansas (3), Georgia (3), North Carolina (3), Wisconsin (3), Cal State Fullerton (2), *Oklahoma State (2), Cal (1), Jacksonville State (1), Texas State (1). SOONERS IN THE RANKINGS Date Record NFCA USA RPI Preseason N/A Feb N/A Feb N/A Feb N/A March N/A March N/A March March April April April April May May u Lowary s numbers have improved significantly in Norman compared to her first two seasons at Missouri. Her ERA has improved from 3.32 to 1.85 while her walk rate has dropped from 3.51 per 7 IP to 1.92 and her opponent average has gone from.244 to.175. u Lowary has excelled in her role as a relief pitcher. In 31.0 innings in relief, she s allowed just 4 earned for a 0.90 ERA with a strikeout rate of 6.32/7 IP, a walk rate of 1.81/7 IP and opponents average of.099. Conversely, her ERA in 74.2 IP as a starter is 2.25 with a K rate of 6.00, walk rate of 1.97 and average against of.203. If you remove a relief performance vs. Ole Miss on Feb. 17 where she gave up 3 runs in 2.1 IP, Lowary s ERA would be at 0.24 with 1 ER allowed in 28.2 IP. u Lopez has a 1.85 ERA with 94 strikeouts to 16 walks in 87.0 IP. As of 5/8, her 1.29 walks /7 IP was third in the country among freshmen, while her 4.59 hits/7 IP and ERA ranked fifth and her strikeout rate of 7.6 was 8th (min IP). HEALTHY KNIGHTEN A FORCE AT THE PLATE u Shay Knighten battled a knee injury throughout the fall and it impacted her as the season started. She was hitting just.232 with 1 home run through the first 20 games, but she s been on a tear since. First 20 Games Stat Last 35 Games.232/.358/.321 AVG/OBP/SLG.434/.488/ B 8 1 HR 8 16 RBI 39 OKLAHOMA S RECORD... Overall Conference Non-Conference At home On the road At neutral sites Day games Night games vs. left-handed starter vs. right-handed starter One-run games Two-run games Five or more run games Extra innings Shutouts Run-Rule Games vs. Top Scoring 0-2 runs Scoring 3-5 runs Scoring 6-9 runs Scoring 10+ runs LONGEST HITTING STREAKS Current 2017 Career Mendes Knighten Clifton Pendley Aviu Parker Dalton Sparks Rogers Romero Arnold Hatfield Wodach Taukeiaho Lundberg Opponent scores 0-2 runs Opponent scores 3-5 runs Opponent scores 6-9 runs Opponent scores 10+ runs When OU scores in 1st inning When opponent scores in 1st inning OU scores first Opponent scores first OU out-hits opponent Opponent out-hits OU Hits are tied OU hits zero home runs OU hits one home run OU hits 2+ home runs Opponent hits zero home runs Opponent hits one home run Opponent hits 2+ home runs OU makes zero errors OU makes one error OU makes 2+ errors Opponent makes zero errors Opponent makes one error MULTIPLE HIT GAMES (career # in parentheses) Total Romero 16 (32) 3 (8) (40) Knighten 14 (28) 2 (7) 1 (1) - 17 (36) Pendley 14 (39) 2 (6) - (2) - 16 (47) Mendes 7 (7) 6 (6) 1 (1) - 14 (14) Aviu 10 (28) 3 (4) (32) Clifton 9 (12) 3 (6) 1 (1) - 13 (19) Arnold 5 (27) 3 (7) (34) Hatfield 7 (13) - (1) (14) Dalton 5 (5) 2 (2) (7) Wodach 2 (10) - (4) - (1) - 2 (15) Lundberg - 1 (1) (1) Parker - (15) - (2) (17) Team MENDES ON A TEAR SINCE BECOMING A STARTER u Freshman Nicole Mendes entered the starting lineup on March 10 in the second game of a DH vs. Omaha and hasn t left. Over the last 34 games (where she has started in RF, DP, LF and P), she leads the team in average (.444), runs (39), hits (52), triples (3), and stolen bases (18), and is second in OBP (.488), slugging (.632), doubles (7) and total bases (74). u Mendes has hit safely in 30 of the 34 games, including seven games with three hits highlighted by a four-hit effort at Loyola Marymount where she had two doubles and a triple. FACING TEXAS u Oklahoma is a all-time against Texas, though the series is tied 7-7 at neutral sites. The Sooners have won 10 in a row against the Longhorns and 13 of the past 14 meetings. u The 10-game win streak is the longest ever for either team in the series. Previously, the longest stretch came in when the Sooners won six in a row. Over the current 10-game stretch, Oklahoma has outscored Texas u OU swept a three-game series earlier this year in Austin from April 7-9. A game-tying home run in the fourth inning and go-ahead RBI single in the sixth from Shay Knighten gave Oklahoma a 3-2 victory in the series opener. Knighten drove in two more runs in game two as OU emerged with a 3-1 victory, while Paige Lowary and Paige Parker combined on a shutout and the Sooners used a 5-run second inning to win the series finale 6-0. Opponent makes 2+ errors OU leads after fourth inning OU trails after fourth inning Game tied after fourth inning OU leads after fifth inning OU trails after fifth inning Game tied after fifth inning OU leads after sixth inning OU trails after sixth inning Game tied after sixth inning In February In March In April In May In June On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday MULTIPLE RBI GAMES (career # in parentheses) Total Knighten 9 (19) 1 (4) 3 (7) 1 (2) 14 (32) Aviu 10 (17) 4 (6) - (2) - (1) 14 (26) Romero 10 (17) 3 (5) 1 (1) - 14 (23) Pendley 3 (15) 4 (9) 3 (5) 1 (2) 11 (31) Clifton 5 (17) 1 (1) - (1) - 6 (19) Dalton 4 (4) 1 (1) (5) Hatfield 3 (7) - (2) - (1) 1 (1) 4 (11) Mendes 2 (2) 1 (1) (3) Wodach 2 (11) - (2) - (2) - (1) 2 (16) Arnold 2 (5) - (2) (7) Lundberg (1) - 1 (1) Taukeiaho 1 (1) (1) Parker - (9) - (3) - (1) - - (13) Team Total Oklahoma Opponents

4 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 4 TEAM SINGLE GAME HIGHS Hitting At bats vs. Ole Miss (2/17) Runs scored vs. Iowa State (G2) (3/31) Hits vs. Ole Miss (2/17) RBI... 16, 2x, MR at Kansas (4/14) Doubles... 4, 2x, MR vs. Evansville (3/3) Triples...2 at Long Beach State (3/14) Home runs...6 at Kansas (4/14) Total bases...35 at Kansas (4/14) Walks vs. Iowa State (G2) (3/31) Strikeouts...9, 3x, MR vs. Baylor (4/22) Sacrifice hits... 2, 3x, MR at Oklahoma State (5/6) Sacrifice flies... 1, 14x, MR: vs. North Texas (4/18) Stolen bases...6 at Texas Tech (4/30) Hit by pitch... 4 vs. Western Kentucky (3/5) Runners LOB...16 vs. Northwestern State (3/3) Fielding Putouts...30, 2x, MR vs. Baylor (4/22) Assists...13 at Kansas (4/15) Errors...2, 4x, MR at Texas Tech (4/28) Passed balls... 1, 7x, MR at Kansas (4/13) Double Plays Turned... 2 vs. Iowa State (G1) (3/31) Pitching Innings pitched , 2x, MR vs. Baylor (4/22) Runs allowed... 8 vs. Ole Miss (2/17) Earned runs... 8 vs. Ole Miss (2/17) Walks allowed...6 vs. Arkansas (4/5) Strikeouts...15 at Kansas (4/13) Hits allowed vs. Ole Miss (2/17) Doubles allowed... 2, 3x, MR vs. Oklahoma State (5/5) Triples Allowed...1, 3x, MR at Texas (4/9) Homers allowed... 3 vs. Evansville (3/4) Wild pitches... 5 vs. Ole Miss (2/17) Hit batters... 3 vs. Ole Miss (2/17) INDIVIDUAL SINGLE GAME HIGHS Hitting Runs scored...3, 18x, MR: Mendes/Knighten at Texas Tech (4/30) Hits... 4, 3x, MR: Nicole Mendes at Loyola Marymount (3/16) RBI...5, 3x, MR: Shay Knighten at Texas Tech (4/30) Doubles...2, 6x, MR: Shay Knighten vs. UAB (3/25) Triples...1, 7x, MR: Nicole Pendley at Kansas (4/15) Home runs...2, 2x, MR: Shay Knighten vs. Oklahoma State (5/5) Total bases...8, 3x, MR: Shay Knighten vs. Oklahoma State (5/5) Walks... 4, 2x, MR: Nicole Pendley vs. Iowa State (G2) (3/31) Sacrifice Hits...1, 23x, MR: Hatfield/Pendley at Oklahoma State (5/6) Sac. Flies...1, 14x, MR: Sydney Romero vs. North Texas (4/18) Stolen Bases... 3, 2x, MR: Nicole Mendes at Texas Tech (4/30) Hit by pitch... 2, 6x, MR: Falepolima Aviu at Oklahoma State (5/6) Fielding Putouts...13, 3x, MR: Shay Knighten at Kansas (4/15) Assists...6, Caleigh Clifton vs. North Carolina State (2/24) Errors... 2, 2x, MR: Kelsey Arnold vs. Mississippi State (3/24) Passed balls... 1, 7x, MR: Lea Wodach at Kansas (4/13) Pitching Innings pitched , Paige Parker vs. Tulsa (3/8) Runs allowed...5, 2x, MR: Mariah Lopez vs. N.C. State (2/24) Earned runs... 5, Mariah Lopez vs. North Carolina State (2/24) Walks allowed... 5, 2x, MR: Mariah Lopez vs. Arkansas (4/5) Strikeouts...15, Paige Parker at Kansas (4/13) Hits Allowed...10, Paige Parker at Houston (G1) (2/18) Doubles allowed..2, 3x, MR: Mariah Lopez vs. Oklahoma State (5/5) Triples allowed...1, 3x, MR: Paige Lowary at Texas (4/9) Homers allowed...2, 6x, MR: Paige Parker at Kansas (4/14) Wild pitches...5, Paige Lowary vs. Ole Miss (2/17) Hit batters...3, Paige Lowary vs. Ole Miss (2/17) u Former Sooners assistant coach Tripp MacKay is in his first season as an assistant at Texas. He coached at OU from , helping OU to a (.800) record, eight trips to the NCAA tournament, seven Super Regional appearances, four WCWS trips and one national title in u Texas assistant Jennifer McFalls also spent time in Norman as an assistant coach during the 1998 season. The Sooners went that year, reaching the NCAA Regional final. CAREER NUMBERS VS. TEXAS Player G AB R H RBI XB HR BB K SB AVG/OBP/SLG Arnold /.375/.286 Aviu /.300/.294 Clifton /.667/.538 Dalton /.250/.000 Hatfield /.188/.000 Knighten /.762/1.200 Lundberg /.500/1.000 Mendes /.250/.333 Parker /.308/.182 Pendley /.300/.222 Rogers /---/--- Romero /.318/.250 Sparks /.500/.000 Taukeiaho /.000/.000 Wodach /.250/.143 Player G GS W-L IP H R ER BB K AVG ERA Lopez *Lowary Parker * - Includes stats recorded while playing at Missouri FACING TEXAS TECH u Oklahoma is 52-7 all-time against Texas Tech, including a 6-2 record at neutral sites. u Overall, Oklahoma has won 16 straight in the series and 18 of the last 19. During the current 16-game streak, OU has outscored TTU, The Sooners have not lost to the Red Raiders since a 5-4 setback on April 6, 2012, in Norman. u The 16-game win streak is tied for Oklahoma s fourthlongest active streak against a D-I opponent: Opponent Streak Series Record Last Loss 1. Wichita State /21/90 2. Iowa State /22/06 3. North Texas N/A 4. Creighton /8/91 Oklahoma State /27/11 Texas Tech /6/12 u OU has a higher winning percentage over Texas Tech than against any other Big 12 school. BIG 12 STANDINGS (games through 5/7) Opponent Pct. W-L Record 1. Texas Tech Baylor Iowa State Texas Kansas Oklahoma State u In addition, the.881 win percentage is the best for OU against any team it s faced at least 30 times. u Oklahoma swept a three-game series in Lubbock, April 28-30, as outscored the Red Raiders In the series, Shay Knighten was 6-11 (.545) with 7 runs scored, 4 HR, 10 RBI and two SB, slugging and posting a.583 OBP. Additionally, Nicole Mendes was 8-12 (.667) with 7 runs and 6 SB. u In a 4-2 series-opening win, Mendes reached in all 4 plate appearances by going 3-3 with a walk, 2 runs scored and 3 SB. Game two saw OU win 12-0 in five innings as it hit three home runs. Knighten was 3-3 as she tied a career high with three runs scored and drove in four runs. In the finale, Knighten hit a pair of home runs and tied a career high with five RBI as Oklahoma prevailed 14-3 in five innings. CAREER NUMBERS VS. TEXAS TECH Player G AB R H RBI XB HR BB K SB AVG/OBP/SLG Arnold /.269/.400 Aviu /.474/.563 Clifton /.476/.500 Hatfield /.556/.786 Knighten /.600/1.389 Lundberg /.333/.000 Mendes /.692/.667 Parker /.727/.667 Pendley /.486/.710 Rogers /.500/.500 Romero /.409/.714 Sparks /1.000/1.000 Taukeiaho /.000/.000 Wodach /.389/.600 Player G GS W-L IP H R ER BB K AVG ERA Lopez Lowary Mendes Parker SOONERS ON RECORD ROAD WINNING STREAK u Dating to April 8 of 2016, OU has won a school record 26 straight road games, including a school-record 16 road contests this year. Wins Start Date End Date April 8, 2016 N/A March 18, 2002 March 20, 2003 Conference Overall School Record Pct. Home Away Neutral Streak Record Pct. Home Away Neutral Streak Oklahoma Won Won 7 Baylor Won Won 1 Oklahoma State Lost Lost 3 Texas Lost Lost 1 Iowa State Won Won 6 Texas Tech Lost Lost 1 Kansas Lost Lost Big 12 Championship Schedule Game Day Matchup Field TV Time Game 1 Friday #2 Baylor (H) vs. #3 Oklahoma State Stadium FCS 11:00 a.m. Game 2 Friday #4 Texas (H) vs. #6 Texas Tech Integris Field None 11:00 a.m. Game 3 Friday #1 Oklahoma (H) vs. #4 Texas Stadium FCS 2:00 p.m. Game 4 Friday #3 Oklahoma State (H) vs. #5 Iowa State Integris Field None 2:00 p.m. Game 5 Friday #2 Baylor vs. #5 Iowa State (H) Stadium FCS 5:00 p.m. Game 6 Friday #1 Oklahoma vs. #6 Texas Tech (H) Stadium FCS 7:30 p.m. Game 7 Saturday Pool A 3rd Place vs. Pool B 3rd Place Stadium FCS 11:00 a.m. Game 8 Saturday Pool A 2nd Place vs. Pool B 2nd Place Stadium FCS 1:30 p.m. Game 9 Saturday Pool A 1st Place vs. Pool B 1st Place Stadium FS2 4:30 p.m.

5 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 5 SOONERS IN THE BIG 12/NCAA RANKINGS (Games through 5/8; based on NCAA minimums) Team Stat Big 12 NCAA Batting Average On Base Percentage Slugging Percentage Doubles/Game Triples/Game Home Runs/Game Runs/Game Stolen Bases/Game Earned Run Average Fielding Percentage Double Plays/Game Winning Percentage Falepolima Aviu Doubles Doubles/Game Hit by Pitch/Game On Base Percentage RBI Sacrifice Flies Toughest to Strikeout 17.1 AB/K Caleigh Clifton Batting Average Doubles Hit by Pitch/Game On Base Percentage Runs Runs/Game Slugging Percentage Stolen Bases Walks Walks/Game Macey Hatfield Sacrifice Flies Shay Knighten Batting Average Hits Home Runs On Base Percentage RBI RBI/Game Runs Slugging Percentage Total Bases Toughest to Strikeout 16.2 AB/K Walks Mariah Lopez Earned Run Average Hit Batters Hits Allowed/7 IP Opponent Average Saves Shutouts Starts Strikeouts Strikeouts/7 IP Walks/7 IP Wins Paige Lowary Appearances Earned Run Average Hits Allowed/7 IP Innings Pitched Opponent Average Saves Shutouts Strikeouts Strikeouts/7 IP Wins Nicole Mendes Batting Average On Base Percentage Runs Runs/Game Slugging Percentage Stolen Bases Stolen Bases/Game Triples Triples/Game Paige Parker Appearances Complete Games Earned Run Average Hits Allowed/7 IP Innings Pitched Opponent Average Saves Shutouts Starts Strikeouts Strikeouts/7 IP Walks/7 IP Wins Nicole Pendley Home Runs Home Runs/Game RBI RBI/Game Runs Slugging Percentage Total Bases Triples Sydney Romero Hits Home Runs RBI RBI/Game Runs Runs/Game Total Bases Toughest to Strikeout 20.4 AB/K 2 71 u During the streak, Oklahoma has four top-25 wins, nine shutouts and four run-rule wins. Eighteen victories have been against Big 12 teams, while eight have been non-conference matchups. Here s a stat breakdown during the streak. Stat OU Opp. Average OBP Slugging Runs Hits Doubles Stat OU Opp. Home Runs 30 7 Walks Drawn Times Struck Out SB-SBA ERA Field Pct u OU has the longest active road win streak in the country at 26 games, ahead of Saint Francis (PA) at 17 and BYU at 10. Oklahoma is the only team in the country to be undefeated in true road games this year. In fact, Louisiana is the only other team with fewer than two road losses this year. u Oklahoma has also won a program-record 20 straight road games within conference play, dating to April 25, The bests the old mark of 17 between April 2001 and March OU CLOSING IN ON 100 STOLEN BASES u Oklahoma is on stolen base attempts entering the Big 12 Championship. The 98 steals are tied for third in program history. Additionally, OU s stolen base rate of.845 ranks sixth all time (full lists on page 9). u Eleven different players have at least one stolen base this year and eight have at least seven steals. Caleigh Clifton and Nicole Mendes are tied for the team lead with 18, while Sydney Romero has 15 this year after having just 6 in u As a team, OU has 16 games this year with at least three stolen bases and 10 games with at least four, including a season-high six at Texas Tech (4/30). u One of Oklahoma s favorite spots to steal has been in first-and-third situations, with 41 of their 98 steals (42%) coming with runners on the corners. In fact, 13 of Romero s 15 steals have come when she takes second with a runner on 3rd. Straight steals account for 47 (48%), while double steals of second and third have resulted in 10 stolen bases (10%). CAREER NUMBERS IN BIG 12 PLAY Player G AB R H RBI XB HR BB K SB AVG/OBP/SLG Arnold /.342/.336 Aviu /.473/.589 Clifton /.586/.612 Dalton /.323/.483 Hatfield /.461/.521 Knighten /.492/.786 Lundberg /.500/.818 Mendes /.478/.556 Parker /.493/.365 Pendley /.393/.507 Rogers /.400/.400 Romero /.338/.508 Sparks /.250/.143 Taukeiaho /.231/.167 Wodach /.291/.312 Player G GS W-L SV IP H R ER BB K AVG ERA Lopez Lowary Mendes Olmos Parker QUICK HITS u Through 5/8, Paige Parker is 9th among active pitchers in career wins (84) and ERA (1.60), 12th in shutouts (26), 15th in total strikeouts (684), 16th in strikeouts/7 IP (7.76), 17th in complete games (67), 30th in innings pitched (617.0), 41st in starts (88) and 47th in appearances (121)... Paige Lowary is 12th among active pitchers in saves (11), 32nd in wins (55) and 40th in strikeouts/7ip (6.11) u Caleigh Clifton is 32nd among active players with 36 career HBP... Nicole Mendes is 5th among active players in career batting average at.432 (min. 100 AB) u Parker led the team with a 0.86 ERA in Big 12 matchups, while Lowary has a team-best 1.83 ERA in neutral games... Mendes led the team in batting average in Big 12 games (.444), while Sydney Romero has a team-high.414 average at neutral venues u Every pitcher on the OU staff has an ERA of 1.85 or better, and the staff ERA was 1.34 during conference games... as a team, OU is (.565) with a runner on third and less than 2 out... after hitting 15 home runs in their first 32 games (0.47/game), the Sooners have hit 31 in their last 23 contests (1.35/game)... conversely, OU pitchers have given up two home runs in the last 21 games (0.10/game), including none over the last 11 outings, after giving up 25 in the first 34 contests (0.74/game)... OU is 36-1 (.973) at home and on the road this year but 11-7 (.611) at neutral sites SOONERS FACE TOUGH SCHEDULE IN 2017 u Eight of Oklahoma s 2017 opponents are currently ranked in both polls, including five in the top 10: No. 5/5 (NFCA/ USA) Arizona, No. 7/8 Auburn, No. 8/9 Washington, No. 9/7 Tennessee, No. 10/10 UCLA, No. 16/12 Baylor, No. 19/18 Ole Miss and No. 20/20 Ole Miss. u Tulsa (24 - USA) is ranked in one poll, while Arkansas and Mississippi State are receiving votes in both polls. Oklahoma State (USA) is receiving votes in one poll. OU CONTINUES REMARKABLE RUN IN NATIONAL POLLS u After going 3-0 last week, OU stayed at No. 6 in the USA Today/NFCA Division I Coaches Poll and moved up one spot to No. 6 in the ESPN.com/USA Softball Collegiate Top 25. u Oklahoma is the only program to be ranked every week of the NFCA poll, 335 straight polls. u The Sooners were the unanimous No. 1 in each of the preseason polls. It was the first time in program history OU entered the season as the top-ranked team in the country in either poll. Previously, its best preseason ranking was No. 2, which occurred in 2014 and 2013 (both polls) and 2002 (NFCA). u 2017 was just the fourth time in the NFCA poll s history, which dates back to 1995, there was a unanimous No. 1 in the preseason poll. Oklahoma received all 32 first-place votes to join Arizona State in 2012, Washington in 2010 and Arizona in 1998 as the only teams to do it. u OU is one of four teams (Michigan, UCLA and Washington) to be in every single NFCA Preseason Poll; the Sooners average preseason rank is 8.0. Overall, the Sooners are third in NFCA history with 17 top-10 appearances in the preseason poll and are tied for third with nine top-five appearances. Only two teams have more Top 10 appearances than Oklahoma. u This is the seventh straight season the Sooners have started ranked in the NFCA s Top 10, which is the second longest active streak in the country behind Alabama (12). In fact, OU has been ranked in the top five in five of the past six years, which is tied with Alabama and Florida for the most over that stretch. PARKER, LOPEZ FINALISTS FOR MAJOR AWARDS u Paige Parker was named one of 34 finalists for the 2017 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award,, though she did not make the Top 10. Previously, Parker, Shay Knighten and Sydney Romero made the preseason watch list. u Mariah Lopez has been named one of 25 finalists for NFCA Freshman of the Year. The Top 10 finalists will be announced on May 11 and the Top 3 on May 24. The 2017 NFCA Freshman of the Year will also be revealed May 30.

6 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 6 SOONERS IN THE BIG 12 RANKINGS (Games through 5/7; conference games only) Team Number Rank Batting Average On Base Percentage Slugging Percentage Runs Scored Hits Doubles 28 1 Triples 1 5 Home Runs 25 1 Walks 59 2 Fewest Strikeouts 41 1 Stolen Bases 38 1 ERA Opponent Average Fewest Hits Allowed 77 1 Fewest Runs Allowed 31 1 Fewest Walks Issued 24 2 Strikeouts Complete Games 4 6 Fewest Home Runs Allowed 2 1 Shutouts 6 1 Walks/7 IP Strikeouts/7 IP Fielding Percentage Kelsey Arnold Stolen Bases 4 9 Falepolima Aviu Batting Average Doubles 7 1 On Base Percentage Slugging Percentage Total Bases 31 6 Caleigh Clifton Batting Average On Base Percentage Runs 20 3 Slugging Percentage Stolen Bases 6 5 Walks 17 2 Macey Hatfield On Base Percentage RBI Walks 9 7 Shay Knighten Batting Average Hits 27 3 Home Runs 8 1 On Base Percentage RBI 27 1 Runs 21 1 Slugging Percentage Total Bases 54 1 Mariah Lopez Appearances 8 10 ERA Opponent Average Saves 1 3 Strikeouts Wins 4 5 Paige Lowary Appearances 13 5 ERA Innings Pitched Opponent Average Saves 2 1 Strikeouts Wins 5 4 Nicole Mendes Batting Average Doubles 4 7 Hits 28 2 On Base Percentage Runs 21 1 Slugging Percentage Stolen Bases 11 3 Total Bases 35 3 Paige Parker Appearances 12 7 Complete Games 3 5 ERA Innings Pitched Opponent Average Shutouts 1 2 Starts 7 6 Strikeouts 67 2 Wins 8 1 Nicole Pendley Home Runs 4 2 RBI 18 2 Slugging Percentage Total Bases 30 9 Triples 1 3 Sydney Romero Doubles 4 7 Hits Home Runs 4 2 RBI 14 4 Runs 13 8 Slugging Percentage Total Bases 35 3 BEDLAM SWEEP GIVES OU BIG 12 TITLE u Needing just one win to win a sixth straight Big 12 title, OU posted an emphatic sweep of Bedlam rival Oklahoma State. u Paige Parker and Paige Lowary combined on a fourhit shutout while Fale Aviu had a two-run single to help OU to a 3-0 win in the title-clinching opener. OSU had a chance in the sixth with the bases loaded and 1 out, but Caleigh Clifton started a 4-3 double play to keep the Sooners on top. u Oklahoma scored five runs in the first two innings and Shay Knighten hit a pair of home runs in the team s final home game of the regular season, a 6-2 win over OSU. u Nicole Mendes accounted for the only run with a solo homer in the sixth and combined with Lowary on a no-hitter, the third combined no-hitter in program history. BATS POWER OU TO SWEET AT TEXAS TECH u Oklahoma hit seven home runs, including four by Shay Knighten, and outscored Texas Tech 30-5 in a three-game sweep in Lubbock. u Nicole Mendes reached in all four plate appearances by going 3-3 with a walk and stole three bases while Shay Knighten hit a solo homer in a 4-2 win in the opener. u The team s 1-5 hitters combined to go (.588) with 10 runs scored and eight RBI in a 12-0, five-inning win in game two. Knighten homered and drove in 4, while Sydney Romero and Macey Hatfield also homered. u Knighten hit a pair of home runs and matched a career high with 5 RBI, while Mendes was 3-5 with three stolen bases and three runs scored in a 14-3, five-inning win in the finale. BIG 12 WIN STREAK ENDS AT 25 u From April 3, 2016 to April 22, 2017, OU won 25 straight Big 12 games before losing to Baylor in the second game of their series. The 25 straight wins mark the longest Big 12 win streak in program history. Wins Start Date End Date April 3, 2016 April 22, April 1, 2001 April 10, 2002 u During the streak, OU had four top-25 wins, seven shutouts and six run-rule wins. Twelve victories came at home and 13 were on the road. OU TAKES SERIES FROM BAYLOR TO STAY IN FIRST u Oklahoma won two of three games from No. 15/13 Baylor to remain atop the Big 12 standings. u The series opener was scoreless through eight innings before Baylor took the lead in the ninth only to see Nicole Mendes RBI double send it to the 10th. The Lady Bears took the lead back at 2-1, but Falepolima Aviu hit a two-run, walkoff double to give the Sooners a 3-2 win. u OU got the tying run on base and the winning run at the plate but Baylor prevailed in game two, 4-3. It snapped OU s 17-game win streak, its string of 25 straight wins in Big 12 play and its streak of 33 wins in a row at home. u The Sooners captured the series with a 6-0 win in game three. Nicole Pendley hit a first-inning grand slam, while Paige Parker threw a five-hit shutout to lead OU to the win. SWEEP OF KANSAS SENDS OU INTO FIRST PLACE u A three-game sweep at Kansas along with a loss by Oklahoma State pushed the Sooners into first place in the Big 12. u Paige Parker struck out a career-high 15 batters as OU took the series opener from Kansas, 4-1. Parker s 15 K s were two better than her previous high of 13, which she had reached twice. The total was also the highest by an OU pitcher since Keilani Ricketts had 17 strikeouts at Kansas on April 5, Parker retired 17 batters in a row at one point. u OU hit a season-high six home runs, including four in an 11-run fourth inning, en route to a 16-7 victory in game two. The six homers were the most OU had ever hit in a conference game. The 1-6 hitters in the starting lineup combined to go (.579) with 12 runs scored, 11 RBI and five home runs. u The Sooners completed the sweep with a 6-2 win in the finale. Caleigh Clifton led the way by going 3-4 with a pair of runs scored and an RBI, while Paige Lowary gave up two runs on three hits and one walk while striking out three. She retired 13 straight during one stretch. WIN STREAK AT 10 OVER TEXAS u Oklahoma went to Austin and swept a three-game series from Texas, pushing its win streak to 10 over the Longhorns. u Shay Knighten hit the game-tying solo home run in the fourth inning and the game-winning single in the sixth in a 3-2 victory in game one. Paige Parker struck out seven in a complete-game victory with just two hits allowed. u Knighten was at it again in game two, hitting a two-run single in the fifth for what turned out to be the game-winning hit in a 3-1 win in game two. u Paige Lowary struck out six in 5.1 shutout innings, while the Sooners sent 11 to the plate in a five-run second inning en route to a 6-0 victory in the series finale. BIG 12 PLAY STARTS WITH SWEEP OF IOWA STATE u Oklahoma began league play 3-0 for the fourth time in the last five years with a three-game sweep of Iowa State. The Sooners offense posted a slash line of.468/.564/.759 compared to just.206/.265/.238 for Iowa State, while outscoring the Cyclones 40-5 in the three-game set. OU pitchers had an ERA of just 0.39, while ISU s staff ERA was u The Sooners scored in each of the first four innings to post their sixth straight win in a Big 12 opener with a 7-1 win. Nicole Mendes led the offense with a 3-4 night, scoring two runs, driving in another and stealing a base. Paige Parker struck out six in 5.0 innings with one run allowed on two hits and one walk. u OU posted the ninth highest run total in program history in a five-inning, 20-0 win in game two. The 20-run margin of victory tied for sixth largest in program history and the 20-0 shutout was second largest. The Sooners combined for 12 hits, led by a three-hit game for Shay Knighten. Eleven Sooners scored a run, including three each for Knighten, Caleigh Clifton and Falepolima Aviu. The team also drew a season-high 12 walks, including a career-high four for Nicole Pendley. Macey Hatfield had a career-high five RBI with a two-run single and three-run homer. u OU used a nine-run second to complete a sweep of Iowa State with a 13-4, six-inning win in the finale. The offense posted 15 hits as six different Sooners collected two hits each. Four OU batters also had at least two RBI and five scored two runs each. Pendley drove in four, while Romero had three RBI. OU UNDEFEATED AT COLLEGE PREVIEW TOURNAMENT u Oklahoma beat Mississippi State, Louisiana Tech and UAB (twice) to go 4-0 at the College Preview Tournament.

7 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 7 BIG 12 WEEKLY HONORS The Sooners have won 11 weekly honors from the Big 12 so far as Paige Parker (four times), Mariah Lopez and Paige Lowary have each been named the Big 12 Pitcher of the Week, while Sydney Romero, Nicole Mendes, Macey Hatfield and Shay Knighten (two times) have been named Big 12 Player of the Week. Oklahoma has had seven different honorees in a season for the first time in program history and has taken home honors in eight consecutive weeks to extend a program record. OU is just the second team ever to have three different Big 12 Pitcher of the Week honorees in the same year, joining 2001 Nebraska. March 14 Parker appeared in three games with two starts and went 2-0 by giving up just one earned run in 15.1 innings of work for a 0.46 ERA. She threw two complete games, including a 10-inning shutout, and allowed just four hits and one walk while striking out 14 and holding opponents to an.082 average. March 21 Romero led Oklahoma and the Big 12 in home runs (3) and total bases (20) during the week, while tying for the team lead in runs (8) and finishing second in average (.423) and hits (11). She hit safely in all seven games. Lopez threw her first career no-hitter and recorded her first save. For the week, she was 1-1 with a save and a 1.56 ERA. She recorded 15 strikeouts against three walks in 18.0 innings with nine hits allowed for a.148 opponents batting average. March 28 Mendes led the Sooners in triples (1), home runs (2), total bases (15) and slugging (1.071) and tied for the team lead in RBI (4). She hit.429 (6-14) with five runs and a.467 OBP. April 4 Hatfield made only one out in a three-game sweep of Iowa State. Hatfield was 4-5 at the plate and drew five walks as she reached safely in 10 of 11 plate appearances against the Cyclones. She also scored three runs, homered and drove in five, posting a.900 OBP and slugging percentage. April 11 Knighten led the Big 12 over the week with six RBI and 10 total bases and tied for the league lead in hits (6), home runs (1) and slugging (1.000). She also led OU in average (.600), hits, RBI, walks (4), OBP (.714) and slugging for the week while tying for the top spot in doubles (1). Lowary did not allow a single run in 9.2 innings, picking up two saves and a win in her three appearances. She struck out 10 and walked just one while giving up five hits and holding opponents to a.139 average. April 18 Parker picked up two wins in a three-game sweep of Kansas, highlighted by a career-high 15 strikeouts in the series opener. She gave up one unearned run on 98 pitches, allowing three hits with no walks. She retired 17 straight batters at one point, including seven straight strikeouts from the end of the first inning through the third. April 25 Parker did not give up an earned run and struck out 15 in 13.1 innings over two starts against No. 15/13 Baylor last weekend, earning her win via a five-hit shutout in the series-clincher. May 2 Knighten hit four HR and was 6-11 (.545) with seven runs scored, 10 RBI and two stolen bases. She slugged with a.583 on-base percentage. Parker got the win in her lone appearance. She struck out eight in 4.0 innings with just one hit allowed and no runs allowed With 16 honors in her career, Parker has tied former Sooner Keilani Ricketts for the most in OU history and second most in league annals. Pitcher School Awards Cat Osterman Texas 25 Keilani Ricketts Oklahoma 16 Paige Parker Oklahoma 16 u A four-run third inning helped OU to a 5-3 win over Mississippi State. Caleigh Clifton had two hits, including a double, scored a run, drove in a run and walked. Nicole Mendes tripled, drove in a run and scored a run in the leadoff spot. u OU returned to Oklahoma City Saturday for the first time since the 2016 national title with a 5-1 win over Louisiana Tech. Mendes was 3-4 with a double and her first home run. u Completing the OKC sweep, OU scored all of its runs within the first three innings in a 5-2 win over UAB Saturday. Sydney Romero was 3-3 with two runs scored and a homer. u Aided by a nine-run second inning, U wrapped up the weekend Sunday with a 15-0, five-inning win over UAB. Kelsey Arnold and Romero each went 2-3 with two RBI. Arnold also tied a career high with three runs scored and hit her first home run since freshman year. LOPEZ FIRES FIRST CAREER NO-HITTER AT LBSU u Freshman Mariah Lopez threw the first no-hitter of her career in OU s 14-0 win at Long Beach State on March 14. u Lopez came one batter away from a perfect game as the lone baserunner she allowed was a two-out walk in the sixth after retiring the first 17 batters. She struck out one while getting nine flyouts and 11 groundouts. She did it all on just 78 pitches to record the 48th no-hitter in program history. SOONERS GO 4-3 DURING WEEK IN CALIFORNIA u Oklahoma spent Spring Break in California, March 13-18, posting a 4-3 record in Long Beach and Los Angeles. u The lead changed hands three times over the final three innings, but the Sooners saw their season-best 11-game winning streak come to an end in a 4-3 loss to No. 5/4 Arizona. OU led 3-2 in bottom of seven before the Wildcats rallied. u OU bounced back to beat Long Beach State, 14-0, behind Mariah Lopez s first no-hitter. The Sooners offense backed her with 14 runs on 14 hits. OU s 2-6 hitters combined to go (.522) with 12 RBI and 10 runs scored. Nicole Mendes and Falepolima Aviu each went 3-5, while Mendes and Nicole Pendley both drove in three and scored three times. u Shifting to Los Angeles and the LMU Tournament, Oklahoma took advantage of four errors by UC Santa Barbara to post an 8-1 win. Sydney Romero was 3-4 with two runs scored and two runs driven in to lead OU s offense. u Batting leadoff for the first time in her career, Mendes reached in all five plate appearances, scored three runs, drove in a run and stole a base in a 6-4 win at Loyola Marymount. She was 4-4 with a walk, a single, two doubles and a triple and was a home run shy of becoming the first player in OU history to hit for the cycle. u OU was unable to crack Cal Poly ace Sierra Hyland as the Sooners dropped back-to-back 3-1 games to the Mustangs. u Oklahoma wrapped up the trip with a 6-0 win over DePaul as Paige Lowary threw her first shutout in an OU uniform. She allowed just two hits with no walks and struck out two. Lowary retired 16 straight batters at one point between the first and sixth innings, and a runner never got past second base over the entire game. SOONERS WRAP UP HOMESTAND WITH 10-0 RECORD u Oklahoma swept two games each from Omaha and Illinois-Chicago at the OU Tournament to wrap up a 10-game homestand (the longest for OU since 1998) with a 10-0 record. u Oklahoma scored all of its runs in the final two innings to kick off the OU Tournament with a 9-1, five-inning win over Omaha. Paige Parker struck out six and walked none while giving up just one run on two hits. u The Sooners used a six-run third to post a second straight run-rule over Omaha, this time 8-0 in five innings. Eight Sooners had a hit with Caleigh Clifton and Shay Knighten leading the way with two hits each, while Nicole Pendley had three RBI, including a homer. Mariah Lopez struck out seven and gave up just one hit with no walks or runs. u The Sooners scored four runs in the first, two in the second, three in the third and seven more in the fourth in a 16-1, fiveinning win over UIC. Ten different OU batters had a hit, while Falepolima Aviu and Sydney Romero each had three RBI. u Oklahoma closed out the weekend with an 8-0, six-inning win over UIC. Nicole Mendes was 3-4, while Falepolima Aviu added a three-run home run. PARKER THROWS 10-INNING SHUTOUT VS. TULSA u Paige Parker threw a two-hit, 10-inning shutout and sparked the game-winning rally at the plate as Oklahoma topped Tulsa in 10 innings, 1-0, on March 8. u Parker s 10 innings were a career high and her 141 pitches were one off her career best. She struck out seven for her sixth straight start and walked just one. u In the bottom of the 10th, Parker ignited the game-winning rally with a leadoff double down the right field line. Hannah Sparks entered for Parker as a pinch runner, and Raegan Rogers followed with a single to center field. A groundout moved both runners into scoring position, and two batters later, Caleigh Clifton blooped a single to left field to drive home Sparks with the only run of the game. u The win marked just the third time in program history that the Sooners posted a shutout in a game lasting 10 innings or longer. The last instance occurred in 1979 when OU beat Kansas State, 1-0, in 10 innings, while the other took place in 1979 in a 1-0, 13-inning victory over Oklahoma State. WIN STREAK VS. WICHITA STATE REACHES 34 u Paige Parker struck out 11 as Oklahoma came back for a 7-3 win at Wichita State on March 1. The win was the 34th in a row for the Sooners over the Shockers, the team s longest active winning streak against another program. OU head coach Patty Gasso is a perfect 34-0 against WSU, her most wins against another team without a loss. u Parker, who had a perfect game through 3.1 IP, struck out at least one batter in every inning, including three in the seventh. u Caleigh Clifton had three hits, while Sydney Romero drove in a career-high 4 runs and Nicole Pendley homered. OKLAHOMA LEAVES MARY NUTTER WITH 3-2 MARK u With all five matchups featuring opponents ranked or receiving votes, Oklahoma came away from the prestigious Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic (Feb ) with a 3-2 record. u The weekend started with a 2-1 win over NR/RV Louisville. Paige Lowary gave up just one run on four hits with seven strikeouts and two walks. She held the Cardinals 4-9 hitters to an 0-15 day with all seven strikeouts. Sydney Romero was 2-3 at the plate, while Caleigh Clifton scored both runs. u OU put the tying run on third and winning run on second with two outs in the seventh, but its five-game winning ended with a 2-1 loss to No. 15/13 Tennessee. Paige Parker struck out eight and gave up two runs on two walks and five hits.

8 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 8 u Aided by some new faces and other familiar faces in new places, Oklahoma beat North Carolina State, 7-5. Mariah Lopez got the win in the circle, while Alissa Dalton had three hits in her first career start at shortstop. Kylie Lundberg and Raegan Rogers made their first career starts at first base and left field, respectively, and each drove in a run. u Oklahoma s bats came alive in a 10-1, five-inning win over No. 6/4 UCLA. It was the Sooners first run-rule over a top-25 team since an 11-3, 5-inning win vs. Baylor on April 18, Clifton had a career high in hits by going 4-4 with a double, three RBI, a stolen base and a run scored. Parker struck out seven and gave up just one run on three hits. u In a game that featured five lead changes and two ties, Oklahoma lost to RV/RV Notre Dame, 5-4. Oklahoma led 1-0 after one, but Notre Dame moved ahead 2-1 in the top of the second. OU regained the lead, 3-2, in the bottom of the inning, only to see the Fighting Irish tie the game 3-3 after three. The Sooners pulled ahead 4-3 in the fifth, but Notre Dame hit solo homers in the sixth and seventh to tie the game and pull ahead. The Sooners loaded the bases with two out in the seventh, but a groundout ended the contest. OU GOES UNDEFEATED AT HOUSTON CLASSIC u Oklahoma went a perfect 4-0 at the Houston Classic (Feb ), defeating Incarnate Word and Ole Miss before sweeping a doubleheader against the host-cougars. u An 11-run first inning helped OU to a 14-0, five-inning win over Incarnate Word. Oklahoma sent 14 to the plate and had eight hits in the first, the highest scoring inning for OU since an 11-run fifth at Texas Tech on March 29, The Sooners finished with 14 hits, including three each for Nicole Pendley, Sydney Romero and Kylie Lundberg. Pendley also matched a career high with 5 RBI, including a grand slam. u In a rematch from the 2016 NCAA Regional, Oklahoma jumped out to a 6-0 lead after the top of the second inning and outlasted Ole Miss, OU s 1-5 hitters combined to against Ole Miss and scored all 11 runs. Shay Knighten had a career high in hits, going 4-4 with a double, four runs batted in and two runs scored to lead the offense. u Oklahoma rallied from an early deficit to force extras and prevail in eight innings, 7-5, over Houston. The Sooners fell behind 3-0 after two innings but scored three runs between the fifth and sixth innings to force extras. OU then outscored the Cougars, 4-2, in the eighth. Paige Parker struck out 10 in 8.0 innings. u After battling to extra innings in the first game of a doubleheader, Oklahoma and Houston did it again in the second half of the twinbill as OU won 2-1 in eight in game two. The Sooners played in a second straight extra-inning game for the first time since April, of 2012 against Missouri and won consecutive games that went to extra innings for the first time since March 12, 2004 against New Mexico. SOONERS SPLIT ON OPENING WEEKEND u OU opened the 2017 season by playing outside the U.S. for the first time in program history, going 2-2 at the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. u In the season opener, Oklahoma s rally fell just short in a 3-2 loss to No. 2 Auburn. The game was the first ever season opener between two teams that played for the national title the year prior. Vanessa Taukeiaho hit a two-run single in the bottom of the seventh to trim Auburn s lead to one, but OU would get no closer. In her OU debut, Paige THE LAST TIME OKLAHOMA... Scored 10+ runs in a game...14 at Texas Tech (4/30/17) Scored 15+ runs in a game at Kansas (4/14/17) Scored 20+ runs in a game...20 vs. Iowa State (G2) (3/31/17) Recorded 15+ hits in a game...15 at Texas Tech (4/30/17) Recorded 20+ hits in a game vs. East Carolina (3/15/15) Scored 10+ runs in an inning...11 (4th) at Kansas (4/14/17) Drew 10 or more walks in a game...12 vs. Iowa State (G2) (3/31/17) Stole five or more bases in a game...5 vs. Iowa State (G2) (3/31/17) Hit five or more home runs in game... 6 at Kansas (4/14/17) Hit two or more grand slams in a game... 2 vs. Boise State (2/20/14) Defeated No. 1 team (NFCA) at #1 Washington (5/27/10) Defeated ranked opponent at home vs. #15 Baylor (G2) (4/23/17) Defeated ranked opponent on the road at #12 Tennessee (4/23/16) Defeated ranked opponent at a neutral site (5) vs. #6 UCLA (2/24/17) Lost to ranked opponent at home vs. #15 Baylor (G1) (4/23/17) Lost to ranked opponent on the road at #6 Alabama (G2) (5/23/15) Lost to ranked opponent at a neutral site vs. #5 Arizona (3/14/17) Lost to unranked opponent at home vs. Kansas (4/2/16) Lost to unranked opponent on the road at Cal State Fullerton (3/18/16) Lost to unranked opponent at a neutral site vs. Cal Poly (3/18/17) Won a run-rule game (3) at Texas Tech (4/30/17) Lost a run-rule game (6) vs. #17 Baylor (4/18/15) Won an extra-inning game (10) vs. Baylor (4/22/17) Lost an extra-inning game (8) vs. Minnesota (3/16/16) Was No-Hit vs. North Carolina State (3/16/07) Turned a triple play vs. Loyola Marymount (2/8/14) THE LAST TIME AN OU PLAYER... Recorded 4+ hits in a game...4, Nicole Mendes at Loyola Marymount (3/16/17) Scored 4+ runs in a game...4, Erin Miller vs. Texas (G1) (4/15/16) Drove in 5+ runs in a game...5, Shay Knighten at Texas Tech (4/30/17) Hit 2+ home runs in a game...2, Shay Knighten vs. Oklahoma State (5/5/17) Hit a grand slam... Nicole Pendley vs. Baylor (G2) (4/22/17) Hit back-to-back home runs... Shay Knighten and Sydney Romero at Kansas (4/14/17) Hit back-to-back-to-back home runs... Jessica Shults, Keilani Ricketts and Shelby Pendley vs. Stanford (2/8/13) Hit for the cycle... Never happened Drew 4+ walks in a game... 4, Nicole Pendley vs. Iowa State (G2) (3/31/17) Stole 3+ bases in a game... 3, Nicole Mendes at Texas Tech (4/30/17) Had a walk-off home run... Nicole Pendley (three-run home run, 6th inning) vs. Iowa State (4/1/17) Had a walk-off hit...fale Aviu (two-run double, 10th inning) vs. Baylor (4/22/17) THE LAST TIME AN OU PITCHER... Struck out 10+ batters...15, Paige Parker at Kansas (4/13/17) Struck out 15+ batters...15, Paige Parker at Kansas (4/13/17) Threw a no-hitter...nicole Mendes and Paige Lowary at Oklahoma State (5/6/17) Threw a perfect game... Paige Parker vs. Utah Valley (5/3/15) Lowary struck out a career-high 11 batters but walked five in taking the loss. u A five-run third inning was the catalyst for Oklahoma in its 7-1 victory over BYU. Nicole Pendley and Fale Aviu each drove in a pair of runs for OU, while Caleigh Clifton reached base in all four trips to the plate. Paige Parker gave up just one run on six hits while striking out eight and walking none. u A five-run second inning aided a group effort as three different OU pitchers combined on a 6-0 shutout of Nebraska. Mariah Lopez debuted with 3.0 scoreless innings before Lowary came on to earn the win with 2.1 innings in relief. Parker closed out the game with 1.2 hitless frames. Shay Knighten and Sydney Romero each had two RBI in the win. u Oklahoma was then shut out for the first time since the opening game of the 2016 season in a 1-0 loss to No. 13/13 Washington. Macey Hatfield had two of OU s five hits. NOTES ON 2016 u Oklahoma joined UCLA and Arizona as the only teams in NCAA DI history to win at least three national championships. u The Sooners reached the Women s College World Series for the 10th time in history and fifth time in the last six years. u Oklahoma made it to the Super Regionals for the seventh straight season and 10th time overall. u OU has reached the postseason in each of the last 23 seasons, including all 22 under head coach Patty Gasso. u OU had the longest winning streak in program history (31 games from April 2 to June 7); it tied for the 17th longest in NCAA history. u Oklahoma s 631 hits were 16th most in NCAA history. u OU broke a school and Big 12 record with a fielding percentage of.983 and committed the fewest errors ever at OU (28); the fielding percentage was sixth best in NCAA history. u A program-record nine Sooners were named to the Academic All-Big 12 team. The Sooners set another school record by placing seven student-athletes on the first team. u For the fourth time in the last five seasons Oklahoma had at least three All-Americans in first-teamer Paige Parker and second-teamers Erin Miller and Shay Knighten. u OU tied a school record with eight All-Region honorees for the third straight season.

9 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 9 CAREER OU RECORD WATCH INNINGS PITCHED Keilani Ricketts Jill Most D.J. Mathis Lana Moran Paige Parker 15- APPEARANCES Keilani Ricketts Jill Most Lana Moran Paige Parker 15- STARTS Keilani Ricketts D.J. Mathis Lana Moran Kelsey Stevens Paige Parker 15- WINS Keilani Ricketts Jennifer Stewart Kami Keiter Paige Parker 15- STRIKEOUTS Keilani Ricketts Jill Most Kami Keiter Paige Parker 15- STRIKEOUT PER 7 IP (MIN. 150 IP) Keilani Ricketts Michelle Gascoigne Jill Most Paige Parker 15- OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 150 IP) Kerri Mulry Brea Moore Paige Parker 15- SHUTOUTS Keilani Ricketts Jill Most Lana Moran Paige Parker 15- COMPLETE GAMES Keilani Ricketts Cheryl Jacobs , 69 Jill Most Lana Moran Paige Parker 15- WINNING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 50 DECISIONS) Michelle Gascoigne (51-7) Paige Parker (84-15) 15- SAVES 1. 9 Kami Keiter Keilani Ricketts Lana Moran Jill Most Jennifer Stewart Paige Parker 15-5 Paige Lowary 17- BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 200 AB) Norrelle Dickson Shelby Pendley Lauren Chamberlain Shay Knighten 16- ON-BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 200 AB) Lauren Chamberlain Caleigh Clifton 16- SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 200 AB) Lauren Chamberlain Samantha Ricketts Shay Knighten 16- HIT BY PITCH Amber Flores Savannah Long Dani Dobbs Norelle Dickson Caleigh Clifton Kelli Braitsch Traci Dickenson Samantha Ricketts Falepolima Aviu 16- SEASON OU RECORD WATCH TEAM BATTING AVERAGE (538 H-1492 AB) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 2017 TEAM ON-BASE PERCENTAGE TEAM DOUBLES TEAM HIT BY PITCH TEAM STOLEN BASES TEAM STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE (55-55) (26-29) (72-82) (66-77) (39-46) (98-116) 2017 TEAM STRIKEOUTS TEAM STRIKEOUTS/7 IP TEAM SAVES BATTING AVERAGE (MIN. 70 AB) Lauren Chamberlain Norrelle Dickson Kristin Vesely Norrelle Dickson Kristin Vesely Becky Burroughs Kelli Braitsch Nicole Mendes 2017 ON-BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 70 AB) Lauren Chamberlain Amber Flores Lauren Chamberlain Lauren Chamberlain Norrelle Dickson Keilani Ricketts Caleigh Clifton 2017 DOUBLES Becky Burroughs Erin Miller Jessica Leslie Ashli Barrett Christina Enea Heather Scaglione Kristin Vesely Shelby Pendley Leah Gulla Kristin Vesely Falepolima Aviu 2017 STOLEN BASE PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 ATTEMPTS) Destinee Martinez (16-16) Shelby Pendley (13-13) Lauren Chamberlain (10-10) Nicole Mendes (18-19) 2017 HIT BY PITCH Kelli Braitsch Savannah Long Amber Flores Caleigh Clifton Dani Dobbs Amber Flores Caleigh Clifton Falepolima Aviu 2017 SAVES 1. 5 Paige Lowary Shelby Pendley 2014 OPPONENT AVERAGE (MIN. 100 IP) Keilani Ricketts Keilani Ricketts Keilani Ricketts D.J. Mathis Michelle Gascoigne Paige Parker Paige Parker Paige Lowary 2017 STRIKEOUTS/7 IP (MIN. 100 IP) Keilani Ricketts Keilani Ricketts Michelle Gascoigne Keilani Ricketts Keilani Ricketts Michelle Gascoigne Paige Parker 2017

10 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 10 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL CAREER HOME RUNS (EI) extra-inning home run (GS) grand slam (IP) inside the park home run (LO) leadoff home run (PH) pinch-hit home run (WO) walk-off home run Bold = multi-hr game KELSEY ARNOLD No. Opponent Date RBI 4 (1) UAB 3/26/ UTAH VALLEY 5/3/ NORTH TEXAS 4/20/ at Texas Tech 3/28/15 1 FALEPOLIMA AVIU No. Opponent Date RBI 12 (4) at Kansas 4/14/ (3) IOWA STATE (GAME 2) 3/31/ (2) ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 3/12/ (1) vs. Incarnate Word 2/17/ at Iowa State (Game 2) 4/29/ at Arkansas 4/20/ UMKC 3/25/16 (WO, GS) 4 5 MARYLAND 3/12/16 (WO) 2 4 MARYLAND 3/12/ DARTMOUTH (GAME 1) 3/5/ DARTMOUTH (GAME 1) 3/5/ vs. Creighton 2/19/16 1 CALEIGH CLIFTON No. Opponent Date RBI 10 (5) BAYLOR (GAME 1) 4/23/ (4) NORTH TEXAS 4/18/ (3) at Kansas 4/14/ (2) vs. Louisiana Tech 3/25/ (1) EVANSVILLE 3/4/ LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 5/26/ TEXAS TECH 5/8/ at Iowa State 5/1/ at Iowa State 4/29/ KANSAS 4/1/16 (WO, GS) 4 ALISSA DALTON No. Opponent Date RBI 1 at Kansas 4/14/17 3 MACEY HATFIELD No. Opponent Date RBI 8 (2) at Texas Tech 4/29/ (1) IOWA STATE (GAME 2) 3/31/ (2) WICHITA STATE 4/6/16 (PH) 1 5 (1) vs. Long Beach State 2/14/16 (PH) 1 4 (3) East Carolina 3/15/ (2) SAMFORD 3/8/15 (PH, GS) 4 2 (1) vs. St. Mary s 2/6/15 (PH) 1 1 at Iowa State 3/30/14 3 SHAY KNIGHTEN No. Opponent Date RBI 22 (9) OKLAHOMA STATE 5/5/ (8) OKLAHOMA STATE 5/5/ (7) at Texas Tech 4/30/ (6) at Texas Tech 4/30/ (5) at Texas Tech 4/29/ (4) at Texas Tech 4/28/ (3) at Kansas 4/14/ (2) at Texas 4/7/ (1) vs. UCLA 2/24/17 (GS) 4 13 vs. LSU 6/5/ vs. Alabama 6/2/16 (WO) 3 11 TEXAS TECH 5/7/ at Iowa State 5/1/ TEXAS (GAME 1) 4/15/ WICHITA STATE 4/6/ vs. Oklahoma State 3/30/ vs. Alabama 3/19/16 (WO) 2 5 DARTMOUTH (GAME 2) 3/5/ vs. Michigan 2/26/ vs. Michigan 2/26/ vs. Western Michigan 2/20/ at New Mexico State 2/19/16 2 KYLIE LUNDBERG No. Opponent Date RBI 1 at Kansas 4/14/17 (PH, GS) 4 NICOLE MENDES No. Opponent Date RBI 3 at Oklahoma State 5/6/ vs. UAB 3/25/ vs. Louisiana Tech 3/25/17 1 PAIGE PARKER No. Opponent Date RBI 10 (1) MINNESOTA 3/16/ CENTRAL ARKANSAS 3/31/ vs. McNeese State 3/22/ IOWA 3/16/ IOWA 3/15/ IOWA 3/15/ EAST CAROLINA 3/14/ MISSOURI STATE 3/7/ vs. Kentucky 2/21/ vs. Georgia 2/20/15 2 NICOLE PENDLEY No. Opponent Date RBI 27 (12) at Texas Tech 4/30/ (11) BAYLOR (GAME 2) 4/23/17 (GS) 4 25 (10) IOWA STATE 4/1/17 (WO) 3 24 (9) IOWA STATE (GAME 1) 3/31/ (8) OMAHA (GAME 2) 3/10/ (7) OMAHA (GAME 1) 3/10/ (6) EVANSVILLE 3/4/ (5) EVANSVILLE 3/3/ (4) at Wichita State 3/1/ (3) vs. Ole Miss 2/17/17 (LO) 1 17 (2) vs. Incarnate Word 2/17/17 (GS) 4 16 (1) vs. BYU 2/9/ (8) vs. Michigan 6/4/ (7) OLE MISS 5/21/ (6) WICHITA STATE 5/20/16 (GS) 4 12 (5) at Oklahoma State 5/13/ (4) at Tennessee 4/23/ (3) at Baylor 4/10/ (2) vs. UMKC 3/26/ (1) vs. Michigan 2/26/ UTAH VALLEY 5/3/ at Texas Tech 3/28/ IOWA 3/14/ MISSOURI STATE 3/8/ vs. Arizona 2/19/ at Hawaii 2/7/ at Hawaii 2/7/15 3 SYDNEY ROMERO No. Opponent Date RBI 18 (8) at Texas Tech 4/29/ (7) at Kansas 4/14/ (6) IOWA STATE 4/1/ (5) IOWA STATE (GAME 2) 3/31/ (4) vs. UAB 3/25/ (3) vs. Cal Poly 3/17/ (2) vs. UC Santa Barbara 3/16/ (1) at Long Beach State 3/14/ vs. Auburn 6/6/ vs. Michigan 6/4/ LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 5/27/ LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 5/26/ at Oklahoma State 5/13/ at Baylor 4/8/ UMKC 3/25/ MINNESOTA 3/16/ vs. UCLA 2/27/ vs. Utah 2/26/16 (LO) 1 LEA WODACH No. Opponent Date RBI 12 (7) TEXAS TECH 5/7/ (6) SAINT LOUIS 3/11/ (5) DARTMOUTH (GAME 1) 3/5/ (4) vs. UCLA 2/27/ (3) vs. Oregon State 2/25/16 (IP) 1 7 (2) vs. Oregon State 2/25/ (1) at New Mexico State 2/20/ CENTRAL ARKANSAS 5/15/15 (GS) 4 4 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 3/31/ CENTRAL ARKANSAS 3/31/ MISSOURI STATE 3/8/ at Hawaii 2/8/15 (PH) 1

11 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 11 STARTING LINEUPS BY POSITION Date Opponent P C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DP Feb 9 vs Auburn Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu Feb 9 vs BYU Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu Feb 10 vs Nebraska Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu Feb 11 vs Washington Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Lundberg Feb 17 vs Ole Miss Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu Lundberg Feb 18 at Houston Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu Lundberg Feb 18 at Houston Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu Mendes Feb 23 vs Louisville Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu Parker Feb 23 vs Tennessee Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu Feb 24 vs. NC State Lopez Wodach Lundberg Clifton Romero Dalton Rogers Pendley Aviu Knighten Feb 24 vs. UCLA Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu Lundberg Feb 25 vs. Notre Dame Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu Taukeiaho March 1 at Wichita State Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu Tauekeiaho March 3 NORTHWESTERN ST. Parker Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Aviu N/A March 3 EVANSVILLE Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu March 4 WESTERN KENTUCKY Lopez Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu March 4 EVANSVILLE Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Hatfield Aviu March 5 WESTERN KENTUCKY Lopez Sparks Hatfield Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Mendes Aviu March 8 TULSA Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Rogers Pendley Hatfield Aviu March 10 OMAHA Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Taukeiaho March 10 OMAHA Lopez Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu March 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Lopez Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu March 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Hatfield Arnold Mendes Pendley Aviu Taukeiaho March 14 vs Arizona Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Mendes March 14 at Long Beach State Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Mendes March 16 vs UC Santa Barbara Parker Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Mendes March 16 at Loyola Marymount Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Aviu Pendley Mendes Lundberg March 17 vs Cal Poly Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Mendes March 18 vs Cal Poly Parker Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Mendes March 18 vs DePaul Lowary Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Aviu Pendley Mendes Hatfield March 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu March 25 vs. Louisiana Tech Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Mendes March 25 vs. UAB Mendes Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Aviu Parker March 26 UAB Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu March 31 IOWA STATE Parker Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu March 31 IOWA STATE Lopez Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 1 IOWA STATE Lowary Sparks Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 5 ARKANSAS Lopez Dalton Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 7 at Texas Parker Dalton Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 8 at Texas Lopez Dalton Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 9 at Texas Lowary Dalton Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 13 at Kansas Parker Dalton Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 14 at Kansas Lopez Dalton Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 15 at Kansas Lowary Dalton Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 18 NORTH TEXAS Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Mendes Aviu April 22 BAYLOR Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Mendes Aviu April 23 BAYLOR Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Mendes Aviu April 23 BAYLOR Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Dalton Pendley Mendes Aviu April 28 at Texas Tech Lowary Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 29 at Texas Tech Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu April 30 at Texas Tech Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu May 3 at Oklahoma State Parker Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu May 5 OKLAHOMA STATE Lopez Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Hatfield Pendley Mendes Aviu May 6 at Oklahoma State Mendes Wodach Knighten Clifton Romero Arnold Aviu Pendley Hatfield N/A Record by Position: Parker: 17-4 Wodach: 29-7 Knighten: 45-8 Clifton: 47-8 Romero: 46-8 Arnold: 46-8 Hatfield: 25-3 Pendley: 47-8 Mendes: 25-1 Aviu: 29-4 Lopez: 16-1 Sparks: 11-1 Hatfield: 1-0 Hatfield: 1-0 Dalton: 1-0 Dalton: 16-5 Aviu: 15-4 Mendes: 4-3 Lowary: 12-3 Dalton: 7-0 Lundberg: 1-0 Aviu: 3-0 Hatfield: 7-3 Lundberg: 5-0 Mendes: 2-0 Rogers: 2-0 Taukeiaho: 3-1 Mendes: 1-0 Parker: 2-0 N/A: 2-0 Hatfield: 1-0 Knighten: 1-0

12 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 12 STARTING LINEUPS BY BATTING ORDER Date Opponent Leadoff No. 2 No. 3 Cleanup No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 Flex Feb 9 vs Auburn (1) Clifton Dalton Aviu Knighten Romero Pendley Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lowary Feb 9 vs BYU (2) Clifton Dalton Aviu Knighten Pendley Romero Parker Hatfield Arnold Wodach Feb 10 vs Nebraska (3) Dalton Clifton Aviu Knighten Pendley Romero Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lopez Feb 11 vs Washington (4) Pendley Clifton Aviu Knighten Dalton Romero Hatfield Wodach Arnold Parker Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word (5) Clifton Arnold Pendley Aviu Knighten Romero Hatfield Lundberg Wodach Lopez Feb 17 vs. Ole Miss (6) Pendley Clifton Aviu Romero Knighten Dalton Lundberg Wodach Arnold Parker Feb 18 at Houston (7) Pendley Clifton Romero Knighten Aviu Lundberg Dalton Wodach Arnold Parker Feb 18 at Houston (8) Pendley Clifton Romero Knighten Aviu Dalton Mendes Wodach Arnold Lowary Feb 23 vs. Louisville (9) Clifton Pendley Romero Knighten Aviu Parker Dalton Wodach Arnold Lowary Feb 23 vs. Tennessee (10) Clifton Romero Knighten Aviu Pendley Parker Dalton Wodach Arnold Hatfield Feb 24 vs. NC State (11) Clifton Dalton Aviu Romero Knighten Pendley Lundberg Rogers Wodach Lopez Feb 24 vs. UCLA (12) Clifton Dalton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Lundberg Wodach Arnold Parker Feb 25 vs. Notre Dame (13) Clifton Dalton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Taukeiaho Wodach Arnold Lowary March 1 at Wichita State (14) Clifton Dalton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Taukeiaho Wodach Arnold Parker March 3 NORTHWESTERN ST. (15) Clifton Dalton Romero Aviu Pendley Knighten Parker Sparks Arnold N/A March 3 EVANSVILLE (16) Clifton Dalton Romero Aviu Pendley Knighten Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lowary March 4 WESTERN KENTUCKY (17) Clifton Arnold Aviu Romero Pendley Dalton Knighten Sparks Hatfield Lopez March 4 EVANSVILLE (18) Clifton Arnold Aviu Romero Pendley Dalton Knighten Wodach Hatfield Lowary March 5 WESTERN KENTUCKY (19) Clifton Arnold Aviu Romero Pendley Dalton Sparks Mendes Hatfield Lopez March 8 TULSA (20) Clifton Arnold Pendley Romero Aviu Knighten Parker Rogers Wodach Hatfield March 10 OMAHA (21) Clifton Romero Pendley Aviu Knighten Taukeiaho Hatfield Wodach Arnold Parker March 10 OMAHA (22) Clifton Romero Pendley Aviu Knighten Mendes Hatfield Sparks Arnold Lopez March 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (22) Clifton Romero Pendley Aviu Knighten Mendes Hatfield Sparks Arnold Lopez March 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (23) Clifton Mendes Pendley Aviu Knighten Taukeiaho Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lowary March 14 vs Arizona (24) Clifton Romero Pendley Knighten Aviu Hatfield Mendes Wodach Arnold Parker March 14 at Long Beach State (25) Clifton Mendes Pendley Aviu Knighten Romero Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lopez March 16 vs UC Santa Barbara (26) Clifton Mendes Pendley Aviu Romero Knighten Hatfield Sparks Arnold Parker March 16 at Loyola Marymount (27) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Pendley Knighten Lundberg Wodach Arnold Lowary March 17 vs Cal Poly (28) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Pendley Knighten Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lopez March 18 vs Cal Poly (29) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Pendley Knighten Hatfield Parker Arnold Sparks March 18 vs DePaul (30) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Hatfield Sparks Arnold Lowary March 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE (31) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Hatfield Arnold Parker Wodach March 25 vs. Louisiana Tech (32) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lowary March 25 vs. UAB (33) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Hatfield Sparks Parker Arnold March 26 UAB (34) Mendes Clifton Romero Knighten Aviu Pendley Arnold Wodach Hatfield Lopez March 31 IOWA STATE (35) Mendes Clifton Romero Knighten Aviu Pendley Arnold Parker Hatfield Sparks March 31 IOWA STATE (36) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Arnold Sparks Hatfield Lopez April 1 IOWA STATE (37) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Arnold Sparks Hatfield Lowary April 5 ARKANSAS (38) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Dalton Arnold Hatfield Lopez April 7 at Texas (39) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Dalton Arnold Hatfield Parker April 8 at Texas (38) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Dalton Arnold Hatfield Lopez April 9 at Texas (40) Mendes Clifton Romero Aviu Knighten Pendley Dalton Arnold Hatfield Lowary April 13 at Kansas (41) Clifton Mendes Romero Knighten Aviu Pendley Dalton Arnold Hatfield Parker April 14 at Kansas (42) Dalton Clifton Knighten Romero Aviu Mendes Pendley Arnold Hatfield Lopez April 15 at Kansas (43) Dalton Clifton Knighten Romero Aviu Pendley Mendes Arnold Hatfield Lowary April 18 NORTH TEXAS (44) Dalton Clifton Knighten Aviu Romero Pendley Mendes Arnold Wodach Lopez April 22 BAYLOR (45) Dalton Clifton Knighten Aviu Romero Pendley Mendes Parker Arnold Wodach April 23 BAYLOR (46) Clifton Mendes Knighten Aviu Romero Pendley Dalton Wodach Arnold Lowary April 23 BAYLOR (47) Clifton Arnold Knighten Aviu Romero Pendley Mendes Parker Dalton Wodach April 28 at Texas Tech (48) Clifton Arnold Knighten Aviu Romero Mendes Pendley Wodach Hatfield Lowary April 29 at Texas Tech (49) Mendes Clifton Knighten Aviu Romero Pendley Arnold Hatfield Wodach Parker April 30 at Texas Tech (50) Mendes Clifton Knighten Aviu Romero Pendley Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lopez May 3 at Oklahoma State (51) Mendes Clifton Knighten Aviu Romero Pendley Hatfield Wodach Arnold Parker May 5 OKLAHOMA STATE (52) Mendes Clifton Knighten Romero Aviu Pendley Hatfield Wodach Arnold Lopez May 6 at Oklahoma State (53) Mendes Clifton Knighten Romero Aviu Pendley Hatfield Wodach Arnold N/A Totals Clifton: 21-5 Clifton: 26-3 Romero: 21-3 Aviu: 29-5 Knighten: 20-1 Pendley: 25-3 Hatfield: 17-4 Wodach: 20-7 Arnold: 24-8 Lopez: 16-1 Mendes: 18-2 Dalton: 6-2 Knighten: 11-2 Knighten: 8-3 Aviu: 11-1 Knighten: 5-2 Dalton: 7-2 Arnold: 9-0 Hatfield: 15-0 Lowary: 12-3 Dalton: 5-0 Arnold: 7-0 Pendley: 8-1 Romero: 10-0 Pendley: 8-3 Dalton: 5-0 Mendes: 5-1 Sparks: 9-0 Wodach: 5-0 Parker: 10-2 Pendley: 3-1 Mendes: 4-1 Aviu: 7-2 Romero: 8-2 Romero: 4-1 Arnold: 5-0 Parker: 3-1 Parker: 2-0 Wodach: 4-0 Romero: 3-2 Dalton: 0-1 Mendes: 4-0 Lundberg: 4-0 Hatfield: 2-0 Dalton: 1-0 N/A: 2-0 Pendley: 1-0 Taukeiaho: 2-0 Parker: 3-0 Rogers: 2-0 Hatfield: 1-1 Parker: 1-1 Knighten: 2-0 Lundberg: 1-0 Sparks: 1-1 Lundberg: 1-0 Pendley: 2-0 Mendes: 1-0 Arnold: 1-0 Hatfield: 0-1 Taukeiaho: 1-1 Sparks: 1-0 Record by lineup: 2-0: (22), (38) 1-0: (2), (3), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), (11), (12), (14), (15), (16), (17), (18), (19), (20), (21), (23), (25), (26), (30), (31), (32), (33), (34), (35), (36), (37), (39), (40), (41), (42), (43), (44), (45), (47), (48), (49), (50), (51), (52), (53) 0-1: (1), (4), (10), (13), (24), (28), (29), (46)

13 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 13 ow in her 23rd season at the University of Oklahoma, head coach Patty Gasso has molded the OU softball program into a Nnational power and permanently placed herself among the elite college softball coaches in the country as evident by her selection to the 2012 NFCA Hall of Fame class. Oklahoma is one of just three programs in NCAA history to win three national titles, doing so in 2000, 2013 and most recently in She s reached the Women s College World Series 10 times during her tenure, and in the process, advanced to the postseason in each one of her previous 22 seasons. With 26 seasons as a head coach to her name, Gasso has a career collegiate coaching record of (.772) and holds an overall record of (.779) at the University of Oklahoma. Needing only 1,300 games to get there, Gasso became the second fastest to reach 1,000 wins in NCAA Division I history during the 2015 season. She has won more Big 12 games (307-85) than any coach in the league s history and has twice as many wins as any other coach in OU history. Gasso s Sooner teams have finished second or higher 18 different times since the inception of the Big 12 in They have won over 78 percent of their Big 12 contests, and OU has claimed 10 Big 12 regular season and four championship titles under her direction. OKLAHOMA HEAD COACH PATTY GASSO THE GASSO FILE Hometown...Torrance, Calif. High School... Bishop Montgomery College... Long Beach State, 1984 Family...Husband, Jim Sons, J.T. and D.J. Coaching History Oklahoma present Record...1, (.779) Long Beach City College Record (.731) Career Record...1, (.772) CAREER COACHING ACCOLADES 2012 NFCA Hall of Fame Inductee NFCA 1000-Wins Club 2017 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2016 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2015 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2014 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2013 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2012 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2009 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2000 Big 12 Coach of the Year 1999 Big 12 Coach of the Year 1996 Big 12 Coach of the Year 2013 NFCA Coaching Staff of the Year 2000 NFCA Coaching Staff of the Year 2015 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 2014 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 2013 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 2012 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 2004 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 2001 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 2000 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 1999 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 1996 NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 2013 Long Beach St. University Hall of Fame Inductee 2004 Long Beach City Hall of Champions Inductee OKLAHOMA THEN AND NOW The years before and after Patty Gasso s arrival Before Since ( ) ( ) Overall Record National Titles 0 3 Conference Titles 0 9 Postseason Conference Titles 0 4 Women s College World Series 0 10 NCAA Championship Appearances 1 22 All-America Selections 1 53 All-Conference Selections Academic All-Conference Years Among Final Top Years Among Final Top Finish in Top 2 of Conference 0 17 Numerous Sooner players have prospered under Gasso s tutelage and garnered national, regional and conference recognition. Keilani Ricketts was the two-time USA Softball National Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013, becoming just the third player in history to win more than once. Gasso has also directed 53 All-Americans, 118 All-Region honorees and 152 all-conference selections. In the Big 12 era, 10 Sooners have been named Big 12 Player of the Year a total of 12 times, six have been selected as Big 12 Freshman of the Year, four as Big 12 Pitcher of the Year four times and one as Big 12 Newcomer. In 2010, Amber Flores became the first player in league history to earn Player of the Year honors twice, while Shelby Pendley joined her in winning the award twice in 2013 and The OU softball success under Gasso has also spilled over into the classroom where the Sooners have been honored with 121 academic all-conference honors, including a program-record nine in Nine of those 121 honorees have gone on to become Academic All-Americans, including Lana Moran, the 2000 Academic All-American of the Year. Gasso and her staff have consistently been recognized for their efforts on and off the field. The staff was awarded three consecutive Speedline/NFCA Midwest Region Coaching Staff of the Year awards from and received the national honor in 2000 and Gasso and staff have claimed the regional honor nine times total, with the most recent award coming in In addition, Gasso has been named the Big 12 Coach of the Year a record nine times: 1996, 1999, 2000, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and NCAA WINNINGEST COACHES OF ALL-TIME (GAMES THROUGH 5/7/17) Div. I Active Coaches, By % minimum five years 1. Michael Lotief, ULL Clint Myers, Auburn Tim Walton, Florida Mike Candrea, Arizona Mike White, Oregon PATTY GASSO, OU Patrick Murphy, Alabama Carol Hutchins, Michigan Ralph Weekly, Tennessee Kelly Inouye-Perez, UCLA.752 * - Active Div. I All-Time, By % minimum 10 years 1. Sue Enquist, UCLA Sharron Backus, UCLA Stefni Lotief, ULL Michael Lotief, ULL* Clint Myers, Auburn* Tim Walton, Florida* Mike Candrea, Arizona* PATTY GASSO, OU* Patrick Murphy, Alabama* Carol Hutchins, Michigan*.757 Div. I Active Coaches, By Wins 1. Carol Hutchins, Michigan 1, Mike Candrea, Arizona 1, Ralph Weekly, Tennessee 1, Eugene Lenti, DePaul 1, Diane Ninemire, Cal 1, Margo Jonker, CMU 1, Donna Papa, UNC 1, Jo Evans, Texas A&M 1, PATTY GASSO, OU 1, Bob Brock, Sam Houston 1,101 Div. I All-Time, By Wins 1. Carol Hutchins, Michigan* 1, Mike Candrea, Arizona* 1, Margie Wright, Fresno St. 1, Ralph Weekly, Tenn.* 1, Eugene Lenti, DePaul* 1, Yvette Girouard, LSU 1, Diane Ninemire, Cal* 1, Gayle Blevins, Iowa 1, Margo Junker, CMU* 1, Donna Papa, UNC* 1, JoAnne Graf, Fla. State 1, Elaine Sortino, UMass 1, Jo Evans, Texas A&M* 1, PATTY GASSO, OU* 1,132 GASSO S YEAR-BY-YEAR AT OKLAHOMA Year Overall Pct. Big 12 Pct. Place Big 12 Tourney Postseason NCAA Regional Final st* Champs* NCAA Regional Final nd Semis NCAA Regional (third) nd Runner-Up NCAA Regional Final st* Quarters NCAA Regional Final st* Semis NCAA Regional Champions, WCWS National Champions nd Champs* NCAA Regional Champions, WCWS nd Semis NCAA Regional Champions, WCWS th Runner-Up NCAA Regional Champions, WCWS th Semis NCAA Regional Champions, WCWS nd Semis NCAA Regional 14 Champions, NCAA Super Regional th Runner-Up NCAA Regional Final nd Champs* NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Super Regional nd Opening Rd. NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Super Regional st* Runner-Up NCAA Regional nd Champs* NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Super Regional th NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Super Regional Champions, WCWS st* NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Super Regional Champions, WCWS st* NCAA Reg. Champions, NCAA SR Champions, WCWS National Champions st* NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Super Regional Champions, WCWS st* NCAA Regional Champions, NCAA Super Regional st* NCAA Reg. Champions, NCAA SR Champions, WCWS National Champions st* TOTALS NCAA Tournament Appearances, 10 Super Regionals 10 WCWS Appearances, 3 National Championships

14 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 14 3 Kelsey Arnold Tulsa, Okla. Holland Hall Prep INF S/R 5-2 JR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career Honors u Voted team captain for 2017 season u 2015 and 2016 First Team All-Region u 2016 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year u 2015 All-Big 12 Defensive Team u 2015 All-Big 12 Freshman Team u 2016 and 2017 Academic All-Big 12 Second Team honoree 2017 (Junior) u Voted team captain u Has played in and started 54 games at shortstop u Started batting right-handed in certain situations during the weekend of 3/10-12 u Batting right-handed, hit her first home run since freshman year and tied career high with three runs scored against UAB (3/26) u Hit.600 (9-15) with 5 runs scored at OU s Courtyard Marriott Tournament (3/3-3/5) 2016 (Sophomore) u Started all 65 games at shortstop u Led the team in sacrifice hits (12), stolen bases (15) and assists (105) u Tied for fifth at OU all-time with a season stolen base pct. of.938 (15-16) u Made the switch full-time to being a lefty slapper u Tied career high with 3 hits, including a double, drove in a run and scored twice vs. Radford (4/23) u Stole a career-high 3 bases (most by a Sooner since 2009) and scored a career-high 3 runs against Maryland (3/12) u Tied a career high in hits by going 3-4 with a double, RBI and scored in game two of a DH against Dartmouth (3/5) u Matched career high with 3 hits, stole a base and drove in season-best 2 runs vs. No. 11 UCLA (2/27) 2015 (Freshman) u Played in all 58 games with 57 starts (51 at 3B, 6 at 2B) u Batted as lefty slapper for first 30 games, switched to right side beginning with Texas Tech series on March 27 u Posted a slash line (AVG/OBP/SLG) of.286/.333/.314 in 70 AB as a lefty and a line of.371/.463/.743 in 35 AB right-handed u Led the team with 74 assists u Hit the first home run of her career at Texas Tech (3/28) u Posted a career-high in hits and RBI by going 3-4 with 3 RBI at Texas Tech (3/27) High School u Ranked 83rd on the Top 100 Players in the 2014 Class by StudentSports.com u Named Holland Hall Most Valuable Player as a junior after hitting.813 with 30 runs scored, 26 hits, 19 RBI, 33 stolen bases and two home runs u Also earned four letters in volleyball, and three in both basketball and track Career Highs R - 3, 3x, MR vs. UAB, 3/26/17 H - 3, 7x, MR vs. Baylor, 4/22/17 2B - 1, 9x, MR vs. Baylor, 4/22/17 3B - 1 vs. McNeese State, 3/22/15 HR - 1, 4x, MR vs. UAB, 3/26/17 RBI - 3, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 3/29/15 BB - 2, 3x, MR vs. UIC, 3/11/17 SB - 3 vs. Maryland, 3/12/16 HBP - 1, 5x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/3/17 HITTING STREAK - 9, 2/20/16-3/11/16 Season Highs R - 3, 2x, MR vs. UAB, 3/26/17 H - 3, 3x, MR vs. Baylor, 4/22/17 2B - 1, 2x, MR vs. Baylor, 4/22/17 HR - 1 vs. UAB, 3/26/17 RBI - 2, 2x, MR vs. Iowa Stage (G2), 3/31/17 BB - 2 vs. UIC, 3/11/17 SB - 2 at Kansas, 4/13/17 HBP - 1, 2x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/3/17 HITTING STREAK - 7, 2x, MR: 4/9/17-4/23/17 #3 Arnold, Kelsey - 54 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *ss Feb 09 vs BYU *ss Feb 10 vs Nebraska *ss Feb 11 vs Washington *ss Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *ss Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *ss Feb 18 at Houston-1 *ss Feb 18 at Houston-2 *ss Feb 23 vs Louisville *ss Feb 23 vs Tennessee *ss Feb 24 vs UCLA *ss Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *ss /01/17 at Wichita State *ss Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *ss Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *ss Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *ss Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *ss Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *ss Mar 08 TULSA *ss Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *ss Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *ss Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *ss Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *ss Mar 14 vs Arizona *ss Mar 14 at Long Beach State *ss Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *ss Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *ss Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *ss Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *ss Mar 18 vs DePaul *ss Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *ss Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *ss Mar 25 vs UAB *ss/pr Mar 26 UAB *ss Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *ss Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *ss Apr 01 IOWA STATE *ss Apr 05 ARKANSAS *ss Apr 07 at Texas *ss Apr 08 at Texas *ss Apr 09 at Texas *ss Apr 13 at Kansas *ss Apr 14 at Kansas *ss Apr 15 at Kansas *ss Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *ss Apr 22 BAYLOR *ss Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *ss Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *ss Apr 28 at Texas Tech *ss Apr 29 at Texas Tech *ss Apr 30 at Texas Tech *ss May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *ss May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *ss May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *ss Totals 54gs On base pct..307 Slugging pct..295 Travel Ball u Played for the Wichita Mustangs under head coach Mark Griggs u Daughter of Darin and Tracy Arnold and has one brother, Darin Jr. u Father, Darin, played football at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and mother, Tracy, competed in track and field at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M u Chose OU over Oklahoma State and Tulsa

15 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Rancho Falepolima Aviu Oceanside, Calif. Buena Vista HS OF L/R 5-4 SO Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career Honors u 2016 Third Team All-Region selection u 2016 and 2017 All-Big 12 Second Team honoree u Chosen to 2016 All-Big 12 Freshman Team 2017 (Sophomore) u Has started all 55 games (33 at DP, 19 in RF, 3 in LF) u Leads the team in doubles and sac flies and tied for the lead in multi-rbi games (14) u Hit a walk-off, two-run double in the bottom of the 10th to beat Baylor (4/22) u Slashed.625/.700/1.125 in 3-game series vs. Iowa State with 6 runs, a 2B, a HR and 3 RBI u Tied career high in hits by going 3-5 with 2 2B and 2 RBI at Long Beach St. (3/14) u Went 7-13 (.538) with a HR, 3 RBI and 4 runs scored at the Houston Classic 2016 (Freshman) u Played in 61 games with 55 starts (31 at DP, 24 in RF) u Led team with 3 sacrifice flies, tying for ninth in OU single-season history u Was 2-3 with an RBI in game 3 of WCWS Championship Series vs. Auburn (6/8) u Went 2-4 with a double and 3 RBI against Louisiana-Lafayette in the NCAA Super Regional (5/26) u Set career high with 3 hits and drove in a run at Iowa State (5/1) u Hit a walk-off grand slam against UMKC (3/25) u Homered twice and drove in a career-high 6 runs against Maryland (3/12) u Hit a pair of 2-run homers in game one of a DH against Dartmouth (3/5) u Hit the first home run of her career and was 2-4 with 2 RBI vs. Creighton (2/19) High School u 2014 All-State Under Classman by CalHiSports u Chosen as the San Diego Softball Athlete of the Year by the San Diego Union-Tribune u Named to Principal s Academic Honor Roll ( ) Travel Ball u Spent four years playing for the OC Batbusters in Anaheim, Calif., under the direction of Mike Stith and Garry Haning u Helped lead OC Batbusters to the 2014 PGF 18U Premier National Championship u Was a member of Team Mizuno, which won the 2012 Premiers Girls Fast- Pitch 16U National Championship Career Highs R - 3 vs. Iowa State (G2), 3/31/17 H - 3, 4x, MR at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 2B - 2 at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 HR - 2, 2x, MR vs. Maryland, 3/12/16 RBI - 6 vs. Maryland, 3/12/16 BB - 2, 2x, MR at Loyola Marymount, 3/16/17 SB - 1, 10x, MR at Kansas, 4/15/17 HBP - 2, 4x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/6/17 HITTING STREAK - 7, 2x, MR: 3/26/17-4/8/17 Season Highs R - 3 vs. Iowa State (G2), 3/31/17 H - 3, 3x, MR at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 2B - 2 at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 HR - 1, 4x, MR at Kansas, 4/14/17 RBI - 3, 4x, MR vs. UIC, 3/12/17 BB - 2, 2x, MR at Loyola Marymount, 3/16/17 SB - 1, 5x, MR at Kansas, 4/15/17 HBP - 2, 4x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/6/17 HITTING STREAK - 7, 3/26/17-4/8/17 #34 Aviu, Fale - 55 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *dh Feb 09 vs BYU *dh Feb 10 vs Nebraska *dh Feb 11 vs Washington *dh Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *of Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *of/dh Feb 18 at Houston-1 *of/dh Feb 18 at Houston-2 *of/dh Feb 23 vs Louisville *of/dh Feb 23 vs Tennessee *dh Feb 24 vs NC State *of Feb 24 vs UCLA *of Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *of /01/17 at Wichita State *of/dh Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *of Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *dh Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *dh Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *dh Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *dh/of Mar 08 TULSA *dh Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *of Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *dh Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *dh/of Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *of/of Mar 14 vs Arizona *of Mar 14 at Long Beach State *of Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *of Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *of Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *of Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *of Mar 18 vs DePaul *of Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *dh/of Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *of Mar 25 vs UAB *of Mar 26 UAB *dh/of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *dh/of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *dh Apr 01 IOWA STATE *dh/of Apr 05 ARKANSAS *dh Apr 07 at Texas *dh Apr 08 at Texas *dh Apr 09 at Texas *dh Apr 13 at Kansas *dh Apr 14 at Kansas *dh Apr 15 at Kansas *dh Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *dh/of Apr 22 BAYLOR *dh/ph Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *dh/of Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *dh Apr 28 at Texas Tech *dh Apr 29 at Texas Tech *dh/of Apr 30 at Texas Tech *dh/of May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *dh May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *dh/of May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *of/dh Totals 55gs On base pct..461 Slugging pct..539 u Daughter of William and Patricia Aviu and has one older brother, Kava, and younger twin siblings, sister Va asaumamao and brother D tron u Name pronounced FALL-lay-po-LEE-muh uh-view

16 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Wayne Caleigh Clifton Wayne, Okla. HS INF R/R 5-8 SO Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career Honors u 2016 First Team All-Region u 2016 and 2017 All-Big 12 Second Team honoree u Chosen to 2016 All-Big 12 Freshman Team u 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team selection; 2017 Academic All-District pick 2017 (Sophomore) u Has started all 55 games at 2B u Leads the team in OBP, runs, walks, HBP and stolen base attempts and tied in SB u Went 1-3 in the season opener and has kept batting average above.333 ever since u Went 4-7 in series at Texas with 4 runs scored, a 2B, 3 BB and 1 SB; OBP of.727 u Drew a career-high 4 walks at Long Beach State (3/14) u Slashed.429/.556/.714 at OU s Courtyard Marriott Tournament with 5 runs scored, a double, a home run, 3 RBI, 2 walks, 2 hit by pitch and a stolen base u Slashed.438/.526/.688 at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic with 6 runs scored, 4 doubles, 3 RBI, 2 walks and 3 stolen bases u Set career high in hits by going 4-4 with a 2B, SB and 3 RBI vs. UCLA (2/24) u Had run-scoring hits in the 8th inning in back-to-back extra-inning games at Houston (2/18) 2016 (Freshman) u Played in 60 games with 55 starts (54 at 2B, 1 in LF) u Led the team in walks (39), hit by pitch (16) and on-base percentage (.54) and tied for the team lead in triples (3) u Ranked sixth in OU annals for hit by pitches and posted the eighth highest on-base percentage in OU history (ninth highest in Big 12 history) u Was 18th in the country in OBP and 45th in HBP/game (0.27) u Had a 30-game on-base streak from 3/20 to 5/21 u Tied a season high with 3 hits, including a 2-run homer, and scored twice against Louisiana-Lafayette in the NCAA Super Regional (5/26) u Hit a walk-off grand slam against Kansas (4/1) u Set career highs in hits and runs by going 3-3 with 3 runs scored vs. UMKC (3/25) High School u Three-time Daily Oklahoman Little All-City honoree and three-time Southern Plains Conference MVP u Helped lead Wayne to 2A state championship in 2012 as she hit.605 with 59 runs scored, 15 home runs and 28 stolen bases u Three-time Daily Oklahoman Little All-City honoree in basketball and two-time pick in slowpitch Travel Ball u Played with Oklahoma Exclusive Gold out of Midwest City, Okla., under head coach Donnie Hughes u Made appearances at Gold Nationals in 2013 and 2014 Career R - 3, 7x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 H - 4 vs. UCLA, 2/24/17 2B - 1, 21x, MR vs. Oklahoma State, 5/5/17 3B - 1, 3x, MR vs. Wichita State, 4/6/16 HR - 1, 10x, MR vs. Baylor (G1), 4/23/17 RBI - 4 vs. Kansas, 4/1/16 BB - 4 at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 SB - 2, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 HBP - 2, 3x, MR vs. UAB, 3/26/17 HITTING STREAK - 7, 3x, MR: 3/26/17-4/8/17 Season Highs R - 3, 4x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 H - 4 vs. UCLA, 2/24/17 2B - 1, 13x, MR vs. Oklahoma State, 5/5/17 HR - 1, 5x, MR vs. Baylor (G1), 4/23/17 RBI - 3 vs. UCLA, 2/24/17 BB - 4 at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 SB - 2, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 HBP - 2, 2x, MR vs. UAB, 3/26/17 HITTING STREAK - 7, 2x, MR: 3/26/17-4/8/17 #20 Clifton, Caleigh - 55 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *2b Feb 09 vs BYU *2b Feb 10 vs Nebraska *2b Feb 11 vs Washington *2b Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *2b Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *2b Feb 18 at Houston-1 *2b Feb 18 at Houston-2 *2b Feb 23 vs Louisville *2b Feb 23 vs Tennessee *2b Feb 24 vs NC State *2b Feb 24 vs UCLA *2b Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *2b /01/17 at Wichita State *2b Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *2b Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *2b Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *2b Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *2b Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *2b Mar 08 TULSA *2b Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *2b Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *2b Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *2b Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *2b Mar 14 vs Arizona *2b Mar 14 at Long Beach State *2b Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *2b Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *2b Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *2b Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *2b Mar 18 vs DePaul *2b Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *2b Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *2b Mar 25 vs UAB *2b Mar 26 UAB *2b Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *2b Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *2b Apr 01 IOWA STATE *2b Apr 05 ARKANSAS *2b Apr 07 at Texas *2b Apr 08 at Texas *2b Apr 09 at Texas *2b Apr 13 at Kansas *2b Apr 14 at Kansas *2b Apr 15 at Kansas *2b Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *2b Apr 22 BAYLOR *2b Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *2b Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *2b Apr 28 at Texas Tech *2b Apr 29 at Texas Tech *2b Apr 30 at Texas Tech *2b May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *2b May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *2b May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *2b Totals 55gs On base pct..548 Slugging pct..556 u Daughter of Dewayne and Marina Clifton and has one brother, Cody, and two sisters, Chelsea and Chloe u Sister, Chloe, plays softball at Seminole State College u Chose OU over Missouri

17 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Cy-Fair Alissa Dalton Cypress, Texas HS UTL L/R 5-7 FR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL (Freshman) u Has played in 31 games with 29 starts in (21 in LF, 7 at C, 1 at SS) u Returned from a 16-game absence and made catching debut vs. Iowa St. (3/31) u Went 3-4 at Kansas (4/14) with 3 runs scored, SB and 3-run HR (1st of career) u Posted a slash line of.500/.600/.667 at OU s Courtyard Marriott Tournament with 4 runs scored, 2 doubles, 1 RBI, 3 walks and 2 stolen bases u Slashed.400/.471/.533 at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic with 5 runs scored, 2 doubles, 2 walks and 3 stolen bases u Went 3-4 with 2 doubles, 2 runs scored, a SB and RBI vs. NC State (2/24) High School u Ranked No. 34 in FloSoftball s Top 100 for the class of 2016 u Invited to try out for the USA Women s Junior National Team u Voted a team captain for her senior season u Injury cut short her junior season to just 12 games, but still managed to hit.595 with 26 RBI, 19 runs scored, 4 doubles, 3 triples, 2 home runs, 10 stolen bases, 8 walks and no strikeouts u Tabbed first-team all-district and the school s Defensive Player of the Year as a junior, while as a sophomore earned district and school Offensive Player of the Year honors Travel Ball u Spent the past two seasons playing for the Diamond Sports Hotshots in Tomball, Texas, with fellow freshman, Nicole Mendes u Daughter of Chris and Jennifer Dalton and has one brother, Josiah u Chose OU over South Carolina, Texas A&M and Texas Career/Season Highs R - 3, 2x, MR at Kansas, 4/14/17 H - 3, 2x, MR at Kansas, 4/14/17 2B - 2 vs. North Carolina State, 2/24/17 HR - 1 at Kansas, 4/14/17 RBI - 3 at Kansas, 4/14/17 BB - 2 vs. Northwestern State, 3/3/17 SB - 2 vs. Notre Dame, 2/25/17 HBP - N/A HITTING STREAK - 4, 3x, MR: 3/3/17-3/4/17 #22 Dalton, Alissa - 31 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *of Feb 09 vs BYU *of Feb 10 vs Nebraska *of Feb 11 vs Washington *of Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *of Feb 18 at Houston-1 *of Feb 18 at Houston-2 *of Feb 23 vs Louisville *of Feb 23 vs Tennessee *of Feb 24 vs NC State *ss Feb 24 vs UCLA *of Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *of/ss /01/17 at Wichita State *of Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *of Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *of Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *of Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *of Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 c Apr 01 IOWA STATE ph/c Apr 05 ARKANSAS *c Apr 07 at Texas *c Apr 08 at Texas *c Apr 09 at Texas *c Apr 13 at Kansas *c Apr 14 at Kansas *c/of Apr 15 at Kansas *c Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *of/of Apr 22 BAYLOR *of/c Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *of Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *of Totals 29gs On base pct..390 Slugging pct..449 Why Oklahoma? Besides the gorgeous campus, welcoming coaches and players, and the hospitable diehard Sooner fans, I chose Oklahoma because it s my home. Every camp and every visit I attended, the University of Oklahoma embraced me with open arms... I can see myself not only growing as an athlete, but as a Christian and as a person. I strive every day to be better than the last, and every day I spend at OU I see improvements in myself and the people around me. Coach Gasso says: Alissa Dalton is an infielder who is very versatile. I ve seen her play third, short and second. I ve seen her do pretty much everything. She s a left-handed hitter that can hit for power and hit through gaps. She is a tough, tough out. She is that kind of hitter that can work the count and get what she wants. I think she s definitely going to make an impact as a freshman.

18 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 18 6 Macey Hatfield Maysville, Okla. Seminole State College UTL R/R 5-7 SR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career Honors u Named Big 12 Player of the Week (4/4/17) 2017 (Senior) u Has played in 52 games with 41 starts (27 in LF, 11 in RF, 1 at 1B, 1 at 3B, 1 at DP) u Went 4-7 (.571) in Texas Tech series with 2 runs, a 2B, a HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB and a SB u Reached in 9 of 10 plate appearances (.900 OBP) in 3-game series vs. Iowa State, going 4-5 (.800) with 5 BB, 3 runs, a HR, 5 RBI and a stolen base u Hit go-ahead, two-run single in 6th inning vs. Arizona that briefly put OU ahead (3/14) Career Highs R - 2, 5x, MR vs. Evansville, 3/3/17 H - 3 at Iowa State, 3/29/14 2B - 1, 7x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/3/17 HR - 1, 8x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 RBI - 5 vs. Iowa State (G2), 3/31/17 BB - 2, 2x, MR vs. Iowa State, 4/1/17 SB - 1, 8x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/28/17 HBP - 1, 5x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 HITTING STREAK - 5, 2x, MR: 3/26/17-4/5/17 Season Highs R - 2 vs. Evansville, 3/3/17 H - 2, 7x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/3/17 2B - 1, 4x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/3/17 HR - 1, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 RBI - 5 vs. Iowa State (G2), 3/31/17 BB - 2, 2x, MR vs. Iowa State, 4/1/17 SB - 1, 8x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/28/17 HBP - 1, 4x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 HITTING STREAK - 5, 3/26/17-4/5/ (Junior) u Played in 42 games with 4 starts (2 at 3B, 1 at DP, 1 in LF) u Made first career start in LF and was 2-3 with season-high 2 RBI, a run scored and a walk at Iowa State (5/1) u Recorded a pinch-hit home run against Wichita State (4/6) 2015 (Sophomore) u Played in 31 games with 8 starts (5 at 2B, 3 at DP) u Hit a 2-run homer and tied career high with 2 runs scored vs. East Carolina (3/15) u Hit first career grand slam for a career-high 4 RBI against Samford (3/8) 2014 (Freshman) u Played in 23 games with 7 starts (5 in RF, 2 as the DP) u Hit the first home run and double of her career and tied season highs with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored at Iowa State (3/30) u Made the first start of her career and was a career-best 3-3 with 2 runs scored and 3 RBI at Iowa State (3/29) Seminole State u Spent the 2013 fall semester at Seminole State before transferring to OU High School u Named the Sooner Conference Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and was chosen for the Sooner Conference All-Star Team u Selected as Lindsay s Female Athlete of the Year as a senior u Spent her first two years at Maysville High School before finishing her career at Lindsay High School u Also earned four letters in basketball, where she was a two-time all-conference player, and two in track and field Travel Ball u Played four years for the Oklahoma Force Gold 95 under Jeff Sanders u Team was the USSSA 18U state champions #6 Hatfield, Macey - 52 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *of Feb 09 vs BYU *of Feb 10 vs Nebraska *of Feb 11 vs Washington *of Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *of Feb 17 vs Ole Miss of Feb 18 at Houston-1 of Feb 23 vs Louisville of Feb 23 vs Tennessee *of/ph Feb 24 vs NC State pr/of Feb 24 vs UCLA of Feb 25 vs Notre Dame pr/of /01/17 at Wichita State ph/of Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST pr/of Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *of Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *of Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *of Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *1b Mar 08 TULSA *of/ph Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *of/2b Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *of/of Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *of/3b Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *3b Mar 14 vs Arizona *of Mar 14 at Long Beach State *of Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *of Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *of Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *of/dh Mar 18 vs DePaul *dh Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *of Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *of Mar 25 vs UAB *of Mar 26 UAB *of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *of Apr 01 IOWA STATE *of Apr 05 ARKANSAS *of Apr 07 at Texas *of Apr 08 at Texas *of Apr 09 at Texas *of Apr 13 at Kansas *of Apr 14 at Kansas *of Apr 15 at Kansas *of Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS of/of Apr 22 BAYLOR of Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 of Apr 28 at Texas Tech *of Apr 29 at Texas Tech *of Apr 30 at Texas Tech *of May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *of May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *of/dh May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *of/of Totals 41gs On base pct..433 Slugging pct..421 u Daughter of Todd and Pam Hatfield and has one brother, Mitchell

19 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL INF Shay Knighten Buena Park, Calif. Sunny Hills HS R/R 5-6 SO Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career Honors u Placed on 2017 USA Softball Top 50 Preseason Watch List u Ranked No. 11 on ESPNW s 2017 Preseason Top 25 Players Countdown u Named a 2016 NFCA Second Team All-American u One of three finalists for 2016 NFCA Freshman of the Year u Placed on 2016 WCWS All-Tournament Team u 2016 First Team All-Region selection u 2017 Big 12 Player of the Year u 2016 and 2017 All-Big 12 First Team honoree u 2016 Big 12 Freshman of the Year and All-Big 12 Freshman Team selection u Three-time Big 12 Player of the Week (5/2/17, 4/11/17, 4/19/16) Career Highs R - 3, 4x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 H - 4 vs. Ole Miss, 2/17/17 2B - 2 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 HR - 2, 3x, MR vs. Oklahoma State, 5/5/17 RBI - 5, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 BB - 2, 4x, MR at Texas, 4/9/17 SB - 2 vs. Texas (G1), 4/15/16 HBP - 1, 2x, MR vs. Western Kentucky, 3/5/17 HITTING STREAK - 11, 3/31/17-4/22/17 Season Highs R - 3, 3x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 H - 4 vs. Ole Miss, 2/17/17 2B - 2 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 HR - 2, 2x, MR vs. Oklahoma State, 5/5/17 RBI - 5 at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 BB - 2, 2x, MR at Texas, 4/9/17 SB - 1, 7x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 HBP - 1 vs. Western Kentucky, 3/5/17 HITTING STREAK - 11, 3/31/17-4/22/ (Sophomore) u Has played in all 55 games with 54 starts (53 at 1B, 1 at DP) u Leads the team in RBI and tied for the lead in multi-rbi games (14) u Has raised her batting average 130 points over the last two months u Hit 6 HR in a five-game stretch from April 28-May 5 u Drove in at least one run in 14 straight games from 3/18-4/15 (21 RBI in that span) u Hit 4 HR in the series at Texas Tech and was 6-11 (.545) with 7 runs and 10 RBI u Was 5-8 at Texas with 2 runs, a 2B, a HR, 5 RBI and 3 walks;.727 OBP, SLG u Slashed.600/.615/.700 at the OU Tournament with 4 runs, 3 RBI, 2 BB and a SB u Blasted first career grand slam in run-rule win over UCLA (2/24) u Went 8-14 (.571) at the Houston Classic with 4 runs scored and 6 runs batted in u Set career high in hits by going 4-4 with 4 RBI against Ole Miss (2/17) 2016 (Freshman) u Played in 60 games with 56 starts (35 at 1B, 11 at 2B, 7 at DP, 2 in RF, 1 in LF) u Led the team in average, home runs, RBI and slugging u Became the first freshman to lead the team in batting average since 2010 u Finished 20th in the country with 62 RBI u Was 9-19 (.474) during the WCWS with 2 homers and 8 RBI u Blasted a walk-off, three-run homer to beat Alabama in the WCWS (6/2) u Tied a season high in hits by going 3-3 with 4 RBI, including a 3-run double in the NCAA Regional against Ole Miss (5/21) u Drove in 4 runs, including a 3-run homer, matched a season high with 3 hits and stole a careerhigh 2 bases in game one of a DH against Texas (4/15) u Hit a walk-off, 2-run home run to beat No. 6 Alabama (3/19) u Had the first multi-homer game of her career with 2 homers and 4 RBI vs. No. 2 Michigan (2/26) u Went 3-4 with 3 runs scored, 5 RBI, a SB, a 2B and her first career HR at New Mexico State (2/19) High School u Named the No. 5 player in FullCount Softball s Top 100 in Oct. of 2014 and the No. 4 player in Student Sports Softball s Top 100 in Jan. of 2014 u As a junior, named First-Team All-State Underclass by CalHiSports in 2014, Second-Team All- County and Top 10 Orange County Players by OC Sidelines, Third-Team All-County and Top 10 Orange County Players by O.C. Register and also named First-Team All-League and team MVP as a junior Travel Ball u Played for the Corona Angels in Corona, Calif., under Marty Tyson u Claimed titles at the U Triple Crown/USA National Championships, U ASA Champions Cup and U Louisville Slugger Independence Day Tournament #17 Knighten, Shay - 55 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *1b Feb 09 vs BYU *1b Feb 10 vs Nebraska *1b Feb 11 vs Washington *1b Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *1b Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *1b Feb 18 at Houston-1 *1b Feb 18 at Houston-2 *1b Feb 23 vs Louisville *1b Feb 23 vs Tennessee *1b Feb 24 vs NC State *dh Feb 24 vs UCLA *1b Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *1b /01/17 at Wichita State *1b Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *1b Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *1b Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *1b Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *1b Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK 1b Mar 08 TULSA *1b Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *1b Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *1b Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *1b/dh Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *1b Mar 14 vs Arizona *1b Mar 14 at Long Beach State *1b Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *1b Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *1b Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *1b Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *1b Mar 18 vs DePaul *1b Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *1b Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *1b Mar 25 vs UAB *1b Mar 26 UAB *1b Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *1b Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *1b Apr 01 IOWA STATE *1b Apr 05 ARKANSAS *1b Apr 07 at Texas *1b Apr 08 at Texas *1b Apr 09 at Texas *1b Apr 13 at Kansas *1b Apr 14 at Kansas *1b Apr 15 at Kansas *1b Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *1b Apr 22 BAYLOR *1b Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *1b Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *1b Apr 28 at Texas Tech *1b Apr 29 at Texas Tech *1b Apr 30 at Texas Tech *1b May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *1b May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *1b May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *1b Totals 54gs On base pct..441 Slugging pct..593 u Daughter of Kenny and Marci Knighten; has two sisters, Briayna and Marjani, and one brother, Marquis u Father, Kenny, played baseball at USC; sister, Marjani, plays softball at Nebraska u Chose OU over Cal, Nebraska, Washington and UCLA

20 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Saugus Mariah Lopez Saugus, Calif. HS RHP R/R 5-8 FR Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA TOTAL Career Honors u Top-25 Finalist for NFCA Freshman of the Year u 2017 All-Big 12 Freshman Team honoree u Named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week (3/22/17) 2017 (Freshman) u Has played in 26 games with 17 starts this season u Needed just 78 pitches to throw first no-hitter at Long Beach State (3/14), finishing one batter away from a perfect game u Struck out career-high 8 in first complete game vs. Western Kentucky (3/5) u Threw 3.0 hitless innings in relief at Houston (2/18) to get her first career win High School u Missed most of her junior season because of injury, but still became her school s all-time strikeout leader u In preseason limited play, threw innings with 194 strikeouts, a 12-2 record and 1.05 earned run average u As a sophomore, named Foothill League Pitcher of the Year and first-team all-conference after throwing 94.2 innings with a 15-2 record, 170 strikeouts and a 0.59 ERA in league play Travel Ball u Played for the OC Batbusters in Anaheim, Calif. u Helped lead her team to Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championships 2013, 2014 and 2015 u Daughter of Gama and Valerie Lopez u Has two sisters, Makayla and Alexis and one brother, Gavin u Uncle, Roland De la Maza, played baseball at Sacramento State, saw time in the Cleveland Indians organization and appeared in a major league game for the Kansas City Royals; cousin, Andru Cardenas, played baseball at Chico State and cousin, Ruben Cardenas, plays baseball at Cal State Fulleron u Chose OU over Florida, Arizona, Washington and Fresno State Career/Season Highs IP - 7.0, 2x, MR at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 SO - 8 vs. Western Kentucky, 3/5/17 Pitches - 91 vs. Arkansas, 4/5/17 #42 Lopez, Mariah - 11 games (All games) Feb 10 vs Nebraska *p Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *p Feb 18 at Houston-2 p Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *p Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *p Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *p Mar 26 UAB *p Apr 01 IOWA STATE p Apr 05 ARKANSAS *p Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *p Apr 30 at Texas Tech *p/dh Totals 9gs On base pct..000 Slugging pct..000 #42 Lopez, Mariah - 26 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 10 vs Nebraska * Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word * Feb 17 vs Ole Miss Feb 18 at Houston Feb 24 vs NC State * Mar 03 EVANSVILLE Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK * Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK * Mar 10 OMAHA-2 * Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO * Mar 14 at Long Beach State * Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount Mar 17 vs Cal Poly * Mar 18 vs Cal Poly Mar 26 UAB * Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 * Apr 01 IOWA STATE Apr 05 ARKANSAS * Apr 08 at Texas * Apr 14 at Kansas * Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS * Apr 23 BAYLOR Apr 28 at Texas Tech Apr 30 at Texas Tech * May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE * Totals Why Oklahoma? I chose OU because of its amazing legacy and for the endless opportunities I will have as a Sooner. I fell in love with OU before I was even old enough to decide on a university and knew this was my destiny. I m looking forward to working hard, building great friendships and winning several national championships. I feel incredibly blessed to be a part of something so special. Coach Gasso says: Mariah Lopez is one of those athletes that has stood in championship games. She is probably one of the best pitchers in the 2016 class, if not the best. She works in a great organization with the Batbusters and has trained well. I think Mariah is going to do very well for us.

21 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Univ. Paige Lowary Dallas Center, Iowa of Missouri LHP L/L 5-10 JR Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2015* * TOTAL * - at Missouri Career Honors u 2017 All-Big 12 First Team honoree u Big 12 Pitcher of the Week (4/11/17) u Two-time SEC Pitcher of the Week (March 14-20, 2016 and Feb , 2015) and SEC Co-Freshman of the Week (April 20-26, 2015) u 2015 Freshman All-SEC u First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll u Member of 2016 USA Softball Women s Elite Team, 2015 USA Softball Junior Women s National Team and 2015 USA Softball Women s Elite Team 2017 (Junior at Oklahoma) u Has appeared in 31 games with 15 starts u Leads the team in saves and relief appearances (16) u Threw 4.1 IP with a walk and 3 strikeouts to get the win while combining with Nicole Mendes on a no-hitter at Oklahoma State (5/6) u Threw a two-hit shutout against DePaul with two strikeouts and no walks (3/18) u Struck out career-high 11 on career-high 168 pitches in OU debut vs. Auburn (2/11) 2016 (Sophomore at Missouri) u Appeared in 44 games with 31 starts in the circle for Missouri u 151 strikeouts ranked 10th in SEC / Top 90 in NCAA, 25 victories ranked tied for second in SEC, innings pitched ranked fifth in SEC and 44 appearances and 31 starts ranked sixth in SEC u In SEC play, her 10 wins ranked 3rd, 91.2 innings pitched ranked fourth and 61 strikeouts ranked seventh u In NCAA Regional, went 3-0 with three complete game shutouts and allowed only seven hits (.127 BAA) with 13 strikeouts in 16.0 innings pitched 2015 (Freshman at Missouri) u Appeared in 37 games, making 26 starts u Named SEC Co-Freshman of the Week (April 20-26) after going 3-0 in the circle with 24 Ks in 21.0 IP in four games vs. Missouri State, Iowa and LSU u Won her then-ninth consecutive start vs. Lipscomb (March 13), fanning a seasonhigh 10 batters u In Mizzou and NCAA debut, went 2-0 at Dot Richardson Tournament, allowing two runs (one earned) in 12.1 IP,with a 15 strikeouts Career Highs IP - 8.0, 3x, MR vs. Texas A&M, 4/23/16* SO - 11 vs. Auburn, 2/9/17 Pitches vs. Auburn, 2/9/17 * - Achieved while playing at Missouri Double-Digit Strikeout Games - 2 Season Highs IP - 7.0, 4x, MR at Kansas, 4/15/17 SO - 11 vs. Auburn, 2/9/17 Pitches vs. Auburn, 2/9/17 Double-Digit Strikeout Games - 1 #14 Lowary, Paige - 15 games (All games) Feb 11 vs Washington p Feb 17 vs Ole Miss p Feb 18 at Houston-2 *p Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *p Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO pr Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *p Mar 18 vs DePaul *p Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE p Apr 01 IOWA STATE *p Apr 09 at Texas *p Apr 15 at Kansas *p Apr 22 BAYLOR p Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *p Apr 28 at Texas Tech *p May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE p Totals 9gs On base pct..000 Slugging pct..000 #14 Lowary, Paige - 31 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 09 vs Auburn * Feb 10 vs Nebraska Feb 11 vs Washington Feb 17 vs Ole Miss Feb 18 at Houston-2 * Feb 23 vs Louisville * Feb 24 vs NC State Feb 25 vs Notre Dame * Mar 03 EVANSVILLE * Mar 04 EVANSVILLE * Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO * Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount * Mar 18 vs Cal Poly Mar 18 vs DePaul * Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech * Mar 31 IOWA STATE Apr 01 IOWA STATE * Apr 05 ARKANSAS Apr 08 at Texas Apr 09 at Texas * Apr 14 at Kansas Apr 15 at Kansas * Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS Apr 22 BAYLOR Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 * Apr 28 at Texas Tech * Apr 30 at Texas Tech May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE Totals High School u Two-time Gatorade Iowa Softball Player of the Year for 2012 and 2013 u Earned first team all-conference and all-district recognition every season of her career u Finished her Dallas Center-Grimes career by leading the team to a repeat Iowa Class 4A State Championship u Left DC-G with school career records in games played (206), wins (124), career ERA (0.69), strikeouts (1,415), opponent batting average (.112) and innings pitched (923) and also set program career marks for hits (253), doubles (60) and total bases (403) u Daughter of Kevin and Shelly Lowary and has one older brother, Craig, and a younger sister, Rachel

22 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Lakewood Kylie Lundberg Lakewood, Calif. HS OF L/L 6-0 SO Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL (Sophomore) u Has played in 25 games with 6 starts (5 at DP, 1 at 1B) u First home run of her career was a pinch-hit grand slam at Kansas (4/14) u Set career high in hits by going 3-3 and drove in her first career run against Incarnate Word (2/17) 2016 (Freshman) u Played in 13 games u Doubled in pinch-hit at-bat against Texas (4/16) u Made Sooners debut with a pinch-hit double against Lamar (2/13) Career Highs R - 1, 6x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 H - 3 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/17/17 2B - 1, 3x, MR vs. North Carolina State, 2/24/17 HR - 1 at Kansas, 4/14/17 RBI - 4 at Kansas, 4/14/17 BB - 1, 4x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 SB - N/A HBP - 1, 3x, MR vs. UIC, 3/12/17 HITTING STREAK - N/A Season Highs R - 1, 6x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 H - 3 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/17/17 2B - 1 vs. North Carolina State, 2/24/17 HR - 1 at Kansas, 4/14/17 RBI - 4 at Kansas, 4/14/17 BB - 1, 3x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 SB - N/A HBP - 1, 3x, MR vs. UIC, 3/12/17 HITTING STREAK - N/A High School u Ranked No. 53 on the FullCount Softball Top 100 u Helped her team to two league titles u In both her junior and sophomore seasons was named First-Team All- Moore League, Press Telegram Dream Team Second Team and the Lakewood Offensive Player of the Year Travel Ball u Played for SoCal Athletics for Joey Quarles u Team won the 2014 Independence Day Louisville Tournament u Daughter of Craig and Holly Lundberg and has one sister, Kendall u Mother, Holly, played under OU head coach Patty Gasso at Long Beach City College and assistant coach JT Gasso was the ring bearer in Kylie s parents wedding when he was younger u Cousin, Diane Lewis, played softball at Long Beach State u Chose OU over Marshall and South Carolina #27 Lundberg, Kylie - 25 games (All games) Feb 10 vs Nebraska ph Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *dh Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *dh Feb 18 at Houston-1 *dh Feb 23 vs Tennessee ph Feb 24 vs NC State *1b Feb 24 vs UCLA *dh Feb 25 vs Notre Dame ph /01/17 at Wichita State ph Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK ph Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK ph Mar 10 OMAHA-2 ph Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO ph/1b Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO ph Mar 14 at Long Beach State ph Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *dh Mar 18 vs Cal Poly ph Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 ph Apr 09 at Texas ph Apr 14 at Kansas ph Apr 15 at Kansas ph Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS ph Apr 29 at Texas Tech ph Apr 30 at Texas Tech ph/dh May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE ph Totals 6gs On base pct..378 Slugging pct..387

23 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Home Nicole Mendes Houston, Texas Schooled UTL L/L 5-7 FR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA TOTAL Career Honors u 2017 All-Big 12 First Team honoree u 2017 Big 12 Freshman of the Year and All-Big 12 Freshman Team selection u Named Big 12 Player of the Week (3/28/17) 2017 (Freshman) u Has played in 44 games with 36 starts (26 in RF, 7 at DP, 2 at P, 1 in LF) u Leads the team in batting average, slugging and tied for the lead in triples and SB u Currently on a career-best 12-game hit streak and 26-game on-base streak u Combined with Paige Lowary on a no-hitter and accounted for the only run with a solo home run at Oklahoma State (5/6) u During the Texas Tech series, was 8-12 (.667) with 7 runs scored and 6 stolen bases u Went 4-4 at Loyola Marymount with 3 runs scored, 2 2B and a 3B, coming a HR short of becoming the first Sooner ever to hit for the cycle (3/16) u Was 3-5 with 3 runs, 3 RBI and a triple at Long Beach State (3/14) u Slashed.600/.667/.700 at the OU Tournament with 5 runs scored, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 1 BB and 2 SB u Earned her first career win in her OU pitching debut with two strikeouts in 1.2 hitless innings against Incarnate Word (2/17) Travel Ball u Spent last season playing for Diamond Sports Hotshots along with fellow freshman Alissa Dalton u Last summer, hit.355 with 27 runs scored, 20 runs driven in, 2 homers and 20 stolen bases and threw innings with 136 strikeouts and 1.45 ERA u Daughter of Paul and Nina Mendes and has one sister, Brittany u Uses sign language to communicate with sister, Brittany, who is deaf u Was home schooled u Chose OU over Tennessee, Missouri, Texas A&M, LSU and Texas Why Oklahoma? I chose the University of Oklahoma for several reasons. Not only does it have a strong focus on academics but it has an excellent softball program. But what makes Oklahoma really stand out to me and what makes me look forward to attending OU is how it will develop me as a person, help me grow as a leader and challenge me to accomplish my dreams. I believe that by attending the University of Oklahoma I will be in an environment that will help me reach my full potential as a student, as an athlete and as a person. Coach Gasso says: Nicole Mendes is another one of those versatile athletes. She s a left-handed pitcher who could throw some innings for us, but she s also a phenomenal centerfielder. She also can play first base and is a very good left-handed hitter. She s got tremendous speed and a strong arm. I think she s one of those athletes that is very few and far between because she has the ability to pitch; it s a Shelby Pendley-style. She ll help us on the mound if we need it, but she ll also be fighting for a starting spot somewhere on the field, whether it s in the infield or the outfield. Career/Season Highs R - 3, 3x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 H - 4 at Loyola Marymount, 3/16/17 2B - 2 at Loyola Marymount, 3/16/17 3B - 1, 3x, MR vs. Mississippi State, 3/24/17 HR - 1, 3x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/6/17 RBI - 3 at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 BB - 2 vs. Arkansas, 4/5/17 SB - 3, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 HBP - 1, 2x, MR at Kansas, 4/13/17 HITTING STREAK - 12, 4/14/17-Pres. Career/Season Highs IP - 3.0, 2x, MR vs. Baylor (G2), 4/23/17 SO - 5 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 Pitches - 54 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 #11 Mendes, Nicole - 45 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn pr Feb 09 vs BYU ph Feb 10 vs Nebraska pr/of Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word p Feb 18 at Houston-2 *dh/of /01/17 at Wichita State pr Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST pr Mar 03 EVANSVILLE ph/1b Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *of Mar 08 TULSA pr Mar 10 OMAHA-1 of Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *of/p Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *of/of Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *of/of Mar 14 vs Arizona *dh Mar 14 at Long Beach State *c/dh Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *dh Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *of/1b Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *dh Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *dh/of Mar 18 vs DePaul *of Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *of/dh Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *dh Mar 25 vs UAB *p/dh Mar 26 UAB *of/dh Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *of/dh Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *of/dh Apr 01 IOWA STATE *of/dh Apr 05 ARKANSAS *of Apr 07 at Texas *of Apr 08 at Texas *of Apr 09 at Texas *of Apr 13 at Kansas *of Apr 14 at Kansas *of Apr 15 at Kansas *of Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *of/dh Apr 22 BAYLOR *of/of Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *of/of Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *of Apr 28 at Texas Tech *of Apr 29 at Texas Tech *of/p Apr 30 at Texas Tech *of/p May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *of/of May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *of/of May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *p/of Totals 36gs On base pct..478 Slugging pct..616 #11 Mendes, Nicole - 11 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK Mar 10 OMAHA Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Mar 25 vs UAB * Mar 31 IOWA STATE Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS Apr 23 BAYLOR Apr 29 at Texas Tech Apr 30 at Texas Tech May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE * Totals

24 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL RHP Melanie Olmos Riverside, Calif. Grand Terrace HS R-R 5-5 FR Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA TOTAL (Freshman) u Has appeared in 5 games u Struck out career-high 2 batters in career-high 2.0 innings vs. UAB (3/26) High School u Earned her league s MVP Pitcher Award as Grand Terrace won the league championship u En route to winning the award, struck out 188 batters in innings with a 1.46 ERA and a 23-4 record and posted a.429 batting average with 25 runs scored, 28 RBI and 3 home runs at the plate u Also won the league MVP Pitcher Award in 2013, while in 2014 was named first-team all-league Travel Ball u Played for the Firecrackers 18 Gold team in Huntington Beach, Calif. u Helped her squad to a seventh place finish at the PGF Nationals u Daughter of Javier and Kathleen Olmos and has two sisters, Nadine and Brandice Why Oklahoma? Oklahoma was my first and only un-official visit I went on. I chose to commit to OU because of the coaching staff and the success the softball program has had throughout the years... I am looking forward to competing once I hit the field my freshman year and earn my role as a starting pitcher. I want to be the best teammate and player I can be. I plan to take my classes and schoolwork seriously so I can graduate with honors. The most important thing is to graduate with a bachelor s degree in liberal arts to help me become an elementary school teacher. Career/Season Highs IP vs. UAB, 3/26/17 SO - 2 vs. UAB, 3/26/17 Pitches - 20 vs. UAB, 3/26/17 #18 Olmos, Melanie - 2 games (All games) Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word p Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO p/of Totals 0gs On base pct..000 Slugging pct..000 #18 Olmos, Melanie - 5 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word Mar 03 EVANSVILLE Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Mar 26 UAB Mar 31 IOWA STATE Totals Coach Gasso says: Melanie is another athlete I ve watched compete for a championship in high school. Each year she s gotten better and better. She may not overpower you with her speed like Mariah (Lopez) does, but Melanie is more of a crafty pitcher who can spin it. You can never really square it up and hit it hard off of her because of her placement and the way she moves the ball. She is a good balance to what Mariah brings to the team. They are completely different, but they will complement each other very well.

25 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 25 8 Paige Parker Independence, Mo. Truman HS LHP L/L 5-11 JR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Year ERA W L App GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA TOTAL Career u Placed on 2017 USA Softball Midseason Watch List u Ranked No. 3 on ESPNW's 2017 Preseason Top 25 Players Countdown u Named Most Outstanding Player at the 2016 WCWS and added to the WCWS All-Tournament Team u Top-25 finalist for the 2016 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year and Top-34 Finalist in 2017 u NFCA First Team All-American in 2016 and Second Team All-American in 2015 u 2015 NFCA Freshman of the Year and 2015 Big 12 Freshman of the Year u 2015 and 2016 First Team All-Region u 2015, 2016 and 2017 Big 12 Pitcher of the Year and All-Big 12 First Team Honoree u Two-time USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week (4/12/16 and 4/14/15) and NFCA National Pitcher of the Week (4/14/15) u 16-time Big 12 Pitcher of the Week (2017: 5/2, 4/25, 4/18, 3/ : 5/17; 5/10; 4/12; 3/15; 2/ : 5/5; 4/28; 4/14; 3/24; 3/17; 3/10; 2/9) u Named to 2016 (4.0 GPA) and 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team, 2016 and 2017 Academic All-District Team and 2016 Academic All-America First Team Career Highs R - 2, 6x, MR at Kansas, 4/25/15 H - 3, 2x, MR at Oklahoma State, 4/22/15 2B - 1, 6x, MR vs. Tulsa, 3/8/17 HR - 2 vs. Iowa, 3/15/15 RBI - 4 vs. Central Arkansas, 3/31/15 BB - 3 at Alabama (G2), 5/23/15 SB - 1 vs. Saint Mary s, 2/6/15 HBP - 1, 3x, MR vs. Utah Valley, 5/2/15 HITTING STREAK - 9, 2/19/15-3/7/15 IP vs. Tulsa, 3/8/17 SO - 15 at Kansas, 4/13/17 Pitches vs. Michigan, 6/4/16 Double-Digit Strikeout Games - 10 Season Highs R - 1 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 H - 1, 8x, MR vs. Baylor (G2), 4/23/17 2B - 1 vs. Tulsa, 3/8/17 HR - N/A RBI - 1, 3x, MR vs. North Texas, 4/18/17 BB - 2 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 SB - N/A HBP - N/A HITTING STREAK - 4, 3/11/17-3/12/17 IP vs. Tulsa, 3/8/17 SO - 15 at Kansas, 4/13/17 Pitches vs. Tulsa, 3/8/17 Double-Digit Strikeout Games (Junior) u Has played in 37 games with 24 starts (21 as P, 3 as DP) u Leads the team in wins, innings, strikeouts, appearances, opponents average and starts u Has not allowed a run in her last 25.1 innings u Set career high with 15 strikeouts at Kansas (4/14); struck out 13 against No. 5/4 Arizona (3/14) u Threw a 10-inning, 2-hit shutout against Tulsa (3/8) and doubled to start the 10th inning rally 2016 (Sophomore) u Played in 51 games with 40 starts (37 at P, 3 as DP) u Tied the school record with 38 victories (third most in Big 12 history), finished third in OU annals with a.927 winning percentage (38-3), ranked fourth all-time at OU with 32 complete games and 14 shutouts, posted the eighth most strikeouts in Oklahoma history (269) and ranked 10th in OU history with 7.46 strikeouts per seven innings u Led the nation in wins, was second in shutouts, 10th in strikeouts, 21st in ERA and 23rd in hits allowed/seven innings (4.83) 2015 (Freshman) u Started all 58 games (32 at P, 26 at DP) u Tied an NCAA record with four perfect games on the season u Led the Big 12 in ERA, shutouts, wins and hits allowed per seven innings (4.16) and was second in saves and walks per seven innings (1.84) and third in on-base percentage u Finished 13th nationally in hits allowed/seven innings, 14th in shutouts and wins and 19th in ERA u Tied for second in OU history with three saves on the year and opponents batting average of.170 was sixth lowest in a season at OU High School u and Gatorade Missouri High School Player of the Year u Team won state championship as a junior and was runner-up as a freshman Travel Ball u Played for Originals Gold from Kansas City, Mo., under head coach Chad Bernholtz u Team finished ninth at both the 14U ASA/USA Nationals and 16U ASA/USA Nationals u Daughter of Kim and Terry Parker and has one sister, Samantha u Chose OU over Kansas, Missouri and UCLA #8 Parker, Paige - 27 games (All games) Feb 09 vs BYU *p Feb 11 vs Washington *p Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word ph Feb 23 vs Louisville *dh Feb 23 vs Tennessee *p Feb 24 vs UCLA *p Feb 25 vs Notre Dame p Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *p Mar 04 EVANSVILLE p Mar 08 TULSA *p Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *p Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO ph Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO p Mar 14 vs Arizona *p Mar 17 vs Cal Poly p Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *p Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *dh/p Mar 25 vs UAB *dh/p Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *p Apr 07 at Texas *p Apr 13 at Kansas *p Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS ph Apr 22 BAYLOR *p/dh Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 ph Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *p Apr 29 at Texas Tech *p/dh May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *p Totals 19gs On base pct..471 Slugging pct..346 #8 Parker, Paige - 32 appearances (All games) Date Opponent GS IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR WP BK HBP IBB Score W-L Sv ERA NP Feb 09 vs BYU * Feb 10 vs Nebraska Feb 11 vs Washington * Feb 17 vs Ole Miss * Feb 18 at Houston-1 * Feb 23 vs Tennessee * Feb 24 vs UCLA * Feb 25 vs Notre Dame /01/17 at Wichita State * Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST * Mar 04 EVANSVILLE Mar 08 TULSA * Mar 10 OMAHA-1 * Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Mar 14 vs Arizona * Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara * Mar 17 vs Cal Poly Mar 18 vs Cal Poly * Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE * Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech Mar 25 vs UAB Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 * Apr 01 IOWA STATE Apr 07 at Texas * Apr 09 at Texas Apr 13 at Kansas * Apr 14 at Kansas Apr 22 BAYLOR * Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 * Apr 29 at Texas Tech * May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE * May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE Totals

26 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 26 1 Nicole Pendley Rio Rancho, N.M. Rio Rancho HS OF L/L 5-5 JR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career u 2015 Second Team All-Region u Named to 2016 and 2017 All-Big 12 Second Team u 2015 All-Big 12 Freshman Team honoree u Academic All-Big 12 First Team honoree in 2016 and Second Team selection in (Junior) u Has started all 55 games in CF u Leads the team in HR and tied for the lead in triples u Hit a first-inning grand slam to help OU win the series vs. Baylor (4/23) u Slashed.538/.647/1.154 at OU s Courtyard Marriott Tournament with 4 runs scored, 1 triple, 3 triples, 5 RBI, 4 walks and a stolen base u Was 8-17 (.471) with 7 runs scored, 2 HR and 7 RBI at the Houston Classic u Tied career high with 5 RBI, scored 3 runs and and was 3-4 vs. Incarnate Word (2/17) 2016 (Sophomore) u Played in all 65 games with 64 starts in CF u Hit the first grand slam of her career in the NCAA Regional against Wichita State (5/20), tying a season high in RBI u Hit a 3-run homer at No. 12 Tennessee and scored twice (4/23) u Set season high with 4 RBI, including a 3-run homer, at No. 19 Baylor (4/10) u Tied career high in hits by going 4-4 with a double, 3 runs scored and 2 RBI vs. UCLA (2/27) 2015 (Freshman) u Played in 57 of 58 games with 54 starts in CF u Career-high 4 hits, going 4-4 with 3 RBI and 2 doubles at Texas Tech (3/29) u Hit a game-tying 2-run homer in the seventh against No. 13 Arizona (2/19) u Hit first two home runs of her career and drove in 5 runs at Hawaii (2/7) High School u Named first-team all-state, all-district and all-metro while setting the school s singleseason home run record (19) u Also earned two letters in track and field, where she won the state championship in javelin in 2013 Travel Ball u Played for the New Mexico Sundancers of Rio Rancho, N.M., under head coach Paul Kohman u Daughter of Jerry and Jeri Pendley; has one brother, Matthew, and one sister, Shelby u Sister, Shelby, was a three-time All-American at OU from u Uncle, Ben, played baseball at New Mexico State Career Highs R - 4 vs. Saint Mary s, 2/6/15 H - 4, 2x, MR vs. UCLA, 2/27/16 2B - 2 at Texas Tech, 3/29/15 3B - 1, 4x, MR at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 HR - 2 at Hawaii, 2/7/15 RBI - 5, 2x, MR vs. Incarnate Word, 2/17/17 BB - 4 vs. Iowa State (G2), 3/31/17 SB - 2, 2x, MR vs. Radford, 4/23/16 HBP - 1, 4x, MR vs. Lipscomb, 4/24/16 HITTING STREAK - 9, 2/14/15-2/28/15 Season Highs R - 3, 2x, MR at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 H - 3, 2x, MR vs. Ole Miss, 2/17/17 2B - 1, 3x, MR vs. Louisiana Tech, 3/25/17 3B - 1, 2x, MR at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 HR - 1, 12x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 RBI - 5 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/17/17 BB - 4 vs. Iowa State (G2), 3/31/17 SB - 1, 7x, MR vs. North Texas, 4/18/17 HBP - N/A HITTING STREAK - 4, 3x, MR: 3/3/17-3/5/17 #1 Pendley, Nicole - 55 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *of Feb 09 vs BYU *of Feb 10 vs Nebraska *of Feb 11 vs Washington *of Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *of Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *of Feb 18 at Houston-1 *of Feb 18 at Houston-2 *of Feb 23 vs Louisville *of Feb 23 vs Tennessee *of Feb 24 vs NC State *of Feb 24 vs UCLA *of Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *of /01/17 at Wichita State *of Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *of Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *of Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *of Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *of Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *of Mar 08 TULSA *of Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *of Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *of Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *of/1b Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *of Mar 14 vs Arizona *of Mar 14 at Long Beach State *of Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *of Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *of Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *of Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *of Mar 18 vs DePaul *of Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *of Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *of Mar 25 vs UAB *of Mar 26 UAB *of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *of Apr 01 IOWA STATE *of Apr 05 ARKANSAS *of Apr 07 at Texas *of Apr 08 at Texas *of Apr 09 at Texas *of Apr 13 at Kansas *of Apr 14 at Kansas *of Apr 15 at Kansas *of Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *of/of Apr 22 BAYLOR *of Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *of/of Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *of Apr 28 at Texas Tech *of Apr 29 at Texas Tech *of Apr 30 at Texas Tech *of May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *of/of May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *of/of May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *of/of Totals 55gs On base pct..363 Slugging pct..566

27 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Bridge Raegan Rogers Blanchard, Okla. Creek HS OF R/R 5-7 SO Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career Honors u 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team selection 2017 (Sophomore) u Has played in 42 games (mostly as pinch runner) with two starts in LF u RBI double against BYU (2/9) marked her first career extra-base hit and first run-scoring hit 2016 (Freshman) u Played in 36 games, mostly as a pinch runner u Scored two runs during the WCWS and scored in each game of the NCAA Regional (5/20-22) u Recorded the first hit of her career against Radford (4/23) u Had her first career stolen base and scored a run vs. Maryland (3/12) High School u Named her team s Offensive Player of the Year every season u Hit.620 in her senior season with 53 runs scored, 38 runs batted in, 6 home runs and 36 stolen bases to be named to the Middle West All-State Team and All-Region First Team; also named Sooner Conference Defensive Player of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Conference Team Travel Ball u Played for GameTime Stars Gold out of Oklahoma City under Rusty Fisher u Last two seasons saw her squads finish in a tie for 17th at the 16U Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship u Helped lead her team to the U USSSA National Championship. u Chose OU over Arkansas and Houston Career Highs R - 1, 24x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 H - 1, 6x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 2B - 1 vs. BYU, 2/9/17 HR - N/A RBI - 1, 6x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 BB - 1, 2x, MR vs. Tulsa, 3/8/17 SB - 1, 6x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/3/17 HBP - N/A HITTING STREAK - N/A Season Highs R - 1, 11x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 H - 1, 5x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 2B - 1 vs. BYU, 2/9/17 HR - N/A RBI - 1, 6x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 BB - 1, 2x, MR vs. Tulsa, 3/8/17 SB - 1, 3x, MR at Oklahoma State, 5/3/17 HBP - N/A HITTING STREAK - N/A #24 Rogers, Raegan - 42 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn pr Feb 09 vs BYU ph/of Feb 10 vs Nebraska pr Feb 11 vs Washington pr Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word ph/of Feb 18 at Houston-1 pr Feb 23 vs Tennessee pr Feb 24 vs NC State *of Feb 24 vs UCLA pr Feb 25 vs Notre Dame of /01/17 at Wichita State ph Mar 03 EVANSVILLE ph Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK pr Mar 04 EVANSVILLE pr Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK of/of Mar 08 TULSA *of Mar 10 OMAHA-1 ph Mar 10 OMAHA-2 of Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO ph/of Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO pr Mar 14 at Long Beach State pr Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount pr/of Mar 17 vs Cal Poly pr Mar 18 vs Cal Poly pr Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech ph Mar 26 UAB ph/of Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 of Apr 01 IOWA STATE pr/of Apr 05 ARKANSAS pr Apr 07 at Texas pr Apr 08 at Texas pr Apr 09 at Texas pr Apr 13 at Kansas pr Apr 14 at Kansas pr/dh Apr 15 at Kansas pr Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS ph Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 pr Apr 29 at Texas Tech pr Apr 30 at Texas Tech ph May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE pr May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE pr May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE pr Totals 2gs On base pct..308 Slugging pct..261

28 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 28 2 Sydney Romero San Diego, Calif. Vista Murrieta HS INF R/R 5-7 SO Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career u Placed on 2017 USA Softball Top 50 Preseason Watch List u Ranked No. 22 on ESPNW s 2017 Preseason Top 25 Players Countdown u Chosen for 2016 WCWS All-Tournament Team u 2016 Second Team All-Region pick u 2016 and 2017 All-Big 12 Second Team selection u 2016 All-Big 12 Freshman Team honoree u One of 25 finalists for 2016 NFCA Freshman of the Year u Two-time Big 12 Player of the Week (3/22/17, 5/17/16) Career/Season Highs R - 3 vs. Ole Miss, 2/17/17 H - 3, 8x, MR vs. UAB, 3/25/17 2B - 2, 2x, MR at Houston (G1), 2/18/176 3B - 1, 4x, MR at Wichita State, 3/1/17 HR - 1, 18x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 RBI - 4 at Wichita State, 3/1/17 BB - 2, 4x, MR vs. UCLA, 2/24/17 SB - 2, 3x, MR at Texas, 4/8/17 HBP - 1, 4x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 HITTING STREAK - 14, 3/4/17-3/18/17 Season Highs R - 3 vs. Ole Miss, 2/17/17 H - 3, 3x, MR vs. UAB, 3/25/17 2B - 2, 2x, MR at Houston (G1), 2/18/17 3B - 1 at Wichita State, 3/1/17 HR - 1, 8x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 RBI - 4 at Wichita State, 3/17/17 BB - 2 vs. UCLA, 2/24/17 SB - 2, 3x, MR at Texas, 4/8/17 HBP - 1, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 HITTING STREAK - 14, 3/4/17-3/18/ (Sophomore) u Has played in and started 54 games at 3B u Leads the team in hits, total bases and multi-hit games (19) and tied for the team lead in multi-rbi games (14) u Drove in a career-high 4 runs, tripled and stole a base at Wichita State (3/1) u Was 8-15 (.533) with 4 doubles and 7 runs scored at the Houston Classic u Tied career high in hits by going 3-3 with 2 doubles vs. Incarnate Word (2/17) u Scored career-high 3 runs, walked and stole a base vs. Ole Miss (2/17) 2016 (Freshman) u Played in 64 games with 63 starts at 3B u Tied for team lead with three triples u Struck out just 4 times in 211 at-bats on the season, giving her the third best strikeout ratio in school history at at-bats per strikeout u Hit a 3-run homer in game one of the WCWS finals vs. Auburn (6/6) u Went 2-3, including a solo home run, with 2 runs scored, a walk and stolen base against her older sister Sierra s Michigan team in the WCWS (6/4) u Hit a solo homer and scored twice in game one of the NCAA Super Regional against Louisiana-Lafayette (5/26) and tied career high with 3 hits, including another solo homer, and scored twice in game two (5/27) High School u Three-time First-Team All-Southwestern League honoree u 2014 Position Player of the Year by HS Game Time u Chosen by MaxPreps as a 2014 Underclass All-American and All-State for California Large Schools Travel Ball u Played for the OC Batbusters in Anaheim, Calif., under the direction of Mike Stith and Garry Haning u Helped the OC Batbusters win the 18U premier national championship and Team Mizuno win the 16U national title #2 Romero, Sydney - 54 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *3b Feb 09 vs BYU *3b Feb 10 vs Nebraska *3b Feb 11 vs Washington *3b Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *3b Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *3b Feb 18 at Houston-1 *3b Feb 18 at Houston-2 *3b Feb 23 vs Louisville *3b Feb 23 vs Tennessee *3b Feb 24 vs NC State *3b Feb 24 vs UCLA *3b Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *3b /01/17 at Wichita State *3b Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *3b Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *3b Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *3b Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *3b Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *3b Mar 08 TULSA *3b Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *3b Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *3b Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *3b Mar 14 vs Arizona *3b Mar 14 at Long Beach State *3b Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *3b Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *3b Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *3b Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *3b Mar 18 vs DePaul *3b Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *3b Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *3b Mar 25 vs UAB *3b Mar 26 UAB *3b Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *3b Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *3b Apr 01 IOWA STATE *3b Apr 05 ARKANSAS *3b Apr 07 at Texas *3b Apr 08 at Texas *3b Apr 09 at Texas *3b Apr 13 at Kansas *3b Apr 14 at Kansas *3b Apr 15 at Kansas *3b Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *3b Apr 22 BAYLOR *3b Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *3b Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *3b Apr 28 at Texas Tech *3b Apr 29 at Texas Tech *3b Apr 30 at Texas Tech *3b May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *3b May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *3b May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *3b Totals 54gs On base pct..383 Slugging pct..549 u Parents are Michael and Melissa Romero and has two sisters, Sierra and Sophia, and one brother, Michael u Sister, Sierra, was a three-time All-American softball player at Michigan u Chose OU over Michigan, Florida and UCLA

29 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL 29 4 NW Hannah Sparks Thomasville, Ala. Florida State College C R/R 6-1 JR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL (Junior at Oklahoma) u Has played in 29 games with 12 starts at catcher u First career hit was an RBI single against Western Kentucky (3/4) 2016 (Sophomore at NWF State) u Named to 2016 NJCAA Division I Softball All-America Second Team after hitting.401 with a.503 on-base percentage and.776 slugging percentage, 16 home runs, seven doubles, one triple, 48 RBI, 63 runs scored, 29 walks, 23 strikeouts and 20 stolen bases u Behind the plate, made just one error in 351 chances for a.997 fielding percentage and threw out 14 of 27 stolen bases attempted against her u Daughter of Kim C. Sparks and Cheryl O. Glass u Intends to major in education Why Oklahoma? I m beyond excited to be a part of the program at OU. It all happened kind of fast and I never thought I would make it to a program like this one. From the time I stepped on campus back in April and met the players and the coaches, I felt right at home. I m really excited to get this journey going. Coach Gasso says: As a junior college catcher, Hannah fills a need for experience and depth behind the plate. She has all the tools both offensively and defensively to make an immediate impact for the Sooners. Career/Season Highs R - 1, 5x, MR vs. North Texas, 4/18/17 H - 1, 5x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 2B - 1 vs. Omaha (G2), 3/10/17 HR - N/A RBI - 1, 4x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 BB - 2 vs Western Kentucky, 3/4/17 SB - N/A HBP - N/A HITTING STREAK - N/A #4 Sparks, Hannah - 29 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn pr Feb 10 vs Nebraska ph/c Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word c Feb 24 vs NC State c /01/17 at Wichita State ph Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST *c Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK *c Mar 04 EVANSVILLE ph Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK *c Mar 08 TULSA pr Mar 10 OMAHA-1 ph Mar 10 OMAHA-2 *c Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *c Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO c Mar 14 at Long Beach State ph/c Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara *c Mar 18 vs Cal Poly *c Mar 18 vs DePaul *c Mar 25 vs UAB *c Mar 26 UAB ph Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 *c/ph Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 *c Apr 01 IOWA STATE *c Apr 07 at Texas c Apr 08 at Texas c Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS ph Apr 22 BAYLOR c Apr 29 at Texas Tech c Apr 30 at Texas Tech ph/c Totals 12gs On base pct..270 Slugging pct..188

30 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL OF Vanessa Taukeiaho Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Etiwanda HS R/R 5-5 FR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL (Freshman) u Has played in 38 games with four starts as the DP u Leads the team with 30 pinch-hit at-bats u Delivered a 2-run single vs. No. 2 Auburn (2/9) in first career at-bat High School u Ranked in the Top 20 for the class of 2016 u Was her school s Offensive Player of the Year for each of her last two years and has been named the team s Defensive Player of the Year, as well Travel Ball u Played for the Explosion 18U team last summer in Irvine, Calif. u Daughter of Angela Vargas and Dave Tautalafua and has three sisters, Melissa and Jessica Taukeiaho and Brianna Tautalafua, and two brothers, Darian and JD Tautalafua u Sister, Melissa, was a two-time All-American at Cal State Fullerton u Stepsister, Brianna Tautalafua, is a sophomore on the UCLS softball team u Cousin, Uani Unga, played football at BYU and is now on the New York Giants u Chose OU over Oregon, Arizona State and Cal State Fullerton u last name pronounced TOK-ee-ah-HO Why Oklahoma? The reason I chose Oklahoma is because the first time I stepped on the campus I instantly fell in love. I loved the atmosphere, and the people there are so nice. But what tied me into the program was definitely the coaching staff and the experiences the girls shared with me. I love how family-based it is, and they made me feel right at home; I instantly knew Oklahoma was the school for me after my visit. I am looking forward to growing and becoming a better athlete, as well as young lady, considering I will be on my own since my family lives back in California. I plan on leaving my mark at Oklahoma. Career/Season Highs R - 2 vs. UCLA, 2/24/17 H - 1, 8x, MR vs. Baylor (G1), 4/23/17 2B - N/A HR - N/A RBI - 2 vs. Auburn, 2/9/17 BB - 2, 2x, MR vs. Omaha (G1), 3/10/17 SB - 1 vs. Omaha (G1), 3/10/17 HBP - 1 at Long Beach State, 3/14/17 HITTING STREAK - 2, 3/4/17-3/5/17 #33 Taukeiaho, Vanessa - 38 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn ph Feb 09 vs BYU ph Feb 10 vs Nebraska ph Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word ph Feb 17 vs Ole Miss ph Feb 18 at Houston-1 ph Feb 18 at Houston-2 ph Feb 23 vs Tennessee ph Feb 24 vs UCLA ph/dh Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *dh /01/17 at Wichita State *dh Mar 03 NORTHWESTERN ST ph Mar 04 WESTERN KENTUCK ph Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK dh Mar 08 TULSA ph Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *dh Mar 10 OMAHA-2 pr Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO ph Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *dh Mar 14 at Long Beach State ph Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount ph Mar 17 vs Cal Poly ph Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech ph Mar 26 UAB ph Mar 31 IOWA STATE-1 ph Mar 31 IOWA STATE-2 ph Apr 08 at Texas ph Apr 09 at Texas ph Apr 13 at Kansas ph Apr 14 at Kansas ph Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS ph Apr 22 BAYLOR ph Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 ph Apr 28 at Texas Tech ph Apr 29 at Texas Tech ph Apr 30 at Texas Tech ph May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE ph May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE ph Totals 4gs On base pct..356 Slugging pct..222 Coach Gasso says: Vanessa is a centerfielder who just has tremendous power. I ve seen her come up clutch when needed. She s played in some great organizations and developed a presence at the plate is going to always pose a threat. She can change a game with one swing of the bat. She s a hard worker and a competitor. I m really excited to have her.

31 2017 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL Tesoro Lea Wodach Coto de Caza, Calif. HS C R/R 5-7 JR Year Avg GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% TOTAL Career Honors u 2016 Second Team All-Region honoree u Named to 2016 and 2017 Academic All-Big 12 First Team with a 4.0 GPA each year 2017 (Junior) u Has played in 45 games with 36 starts at catcher u Missed eight games from 3/28-4/9 due to hand injury u Leads the team in sacrifice bunts Career Highs R - 2, 10x, MR vs. Lipscomb, 4/24/16 H - 4 vs. Minnesota, 3/16/16 2B - 2 vs. Minnesota, 3/16/16 3B - 1 vs. UMKC, 3/25/16 HR - 2, 2x, MR vs. Oregon State, 2/25/16 RBI - 5 vs. Central Arkansas, 3/31/15 BB - 2, 5x, MR vs. Kansas, 4/1/16 SB - 1, 3x, MR at Cal State Fullerton, 3/18/16 HBP - 1 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 HITTING STREAK - 15, 2/20/16-3/16/16 Season Highs R - 1, 6x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 H - 2, 2x, MR at Loyola Marymount, 3/16/17 2B - 1, 3x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 HR - N/A RBI - 2, 2x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/30/17 BB - 1, 5x, MR at Texas Tech, 4/29/17 SB - N/A HBP - 1 vs. UAB, 3/25/17 HITTING STREAK - 2, 2x, MR: 3/3/17-3/4/ (Sophomore) u Started all 65 games (45 at C, 19 in LF, 1 in CF) u Threw out 11 of 16 stolen bases attemped against u Had 2 hits in each game of the NCAA Super Regional against Louisiana- Lafayette, including 2 RBI and a triple in game two (5/26-27) u Set or tied careers high in hits, runs, doubles and stolen bases by going 4-5 with 2 doubles, 2 runs scored and a stolen base vs. No. 22 Minnesota (3/16) u Hit 2 home runs (including an inside-the-parker), doubled, drove in 4 and had 3 hits against Oregon State (2/25) 2015 (Freshman) u Played in 45 games with 20 starts (10 at DP, 8 at C, and 2 in RF) u Hit a grand slam against Central Arkansas in the NCAA Regional (5/15) u Went 3-4 with 2 home runs and career-high 5 RBI vs. Central Arkansas (3/31) u First hit of career was a solo home run at Hawaii (2/7) High School u Ranked No. 88 on the Top 100 Players in the 2014 Class by StudentSports.com u Also earned three letters in basketball, including being named conference MVP as a junior when she averaged a double-double and set school records for 3-pointers in a game, and points and rebounds in a season Travel Ball u Played for Corona Angels under Marty Tyson as a senior; spent the previous five seasons with the California Cruisers of Trabuco Canyon, Calif., under Phil Harman and Jim Wodach u Team captured second place at the 18U ASA Champions Cup u 16U California Cruisers finished fifth at the 2012 PGF Nationals and 17th at the 2011 ASA Nationals #15 Wodach, Lea - 45 games (All games) Feb 09 vs Auburn *c Feb 09 vs BYU *c Feb 10 vs Nebraska *c Feb 11 vs Washington *c Feb 17 vs Incarnate Word *c Feb 17 vs Ole Miss *c Feb 18 at Houston-1 *c Feb 18 at Houston-2 *c Feb 23 vs Louisville *c Feb 23 vs Tennessee *c Feb 24 vs NC State *c Feb 24 vs UCLA *c Feb 25 vs Notre Dame *c /01/17 at Wichita State *c Mar 03 EVANSVILLE *c Mar 04 EVANSVILLE *c Mar 05 WESTERN KENTUCK c Mar 08 TULSA *c Mar 10 OMAHA-1 *c Mar 10 OMAHA-2 c Mar 11 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO c Mar 12 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO *c Mar 14 vs Arizona *c Mar 14 at Long Beach State *dh/c Mar 16 vs UC Santa Barbara c Mar 16 at Loyola Marymount *c Mar 17 vs Cal Poly *c Mar 18 vs Cal Poly c Mar 18 vs DePaul c/ph Mar 24 MISSISSIPPI STATE *c Mar 25 vs Louisiana Tech *c Mar 25 vs UAB ph/c Mar 26 UAB *c Apr 13 at Kansas c Apr 14 at Kansas c Apr 18 NORTH TEXAS *c Apr 22 BAYLOR *c Apr 23 BAYLOR-1 *c Apr 23 BAYLOR-2 *c Apr 28 at Texas Tech *c Apr 29 at Texas Tech *c Apr 30 at Texas Tech *c May 03 at OKLAHOMA STATE *c May 05 OKLAHOMA STATE *c May 06 at OKLAHOMA STATE *c Totals 36gs On base pct..235 Slugging pct..215 u Daughter of Jim and Adele Wodach u Chose OU over Stanford, Cal, San Diego State and San Diego u Last name pronounced WO-dak

32 OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL #1 NICOLE PENDLEY Jr. OF 5-5 Rio Rancho, N.M. #2 SYDNEY ROMERO So. INF 5-7 San Diego, Calif. #3 KELSEY ARNOLD Jr. INF 5-2 Tulsa, Okla. #4 HANNAH SPARKS Jr. C 6-1 Thomasville, Ala. #6 MACEY HATFIELD Sr. UTL 5-7 Maysville, Okla. #8 PAIGE PARKER Jr. LHP 5-11 Independence, Mo. #11 NICOLE MENDES Fr. UTL 5-7 Houston, Texas #14 PAIGE LOWARY Jr. LHP 5-10 Dallas Center, Iowa #15 LEA WODACH Jr. C 5-7 Coto de Caza, Calif. #17 SHAY KNIGHTEN So. INF 5-6 Buena Park, Calif. #18 MELANIE OLMOS Fr. RHP 5-5 Riverside, Calif. #20 CALEIGH CLIFTON So. INF 5-8 Wayne, Okla. #22 ALISSA DALTON Fr. UTL 5-7 Cypress, Texas #24 RAEGAN ROGERS So. OF 5-4 Blanchard, Okla. #27 KYLIE LUNDBERG So. OF 6-0 Lakwood, Calif. #33 VANESSA TAUKEIAHO Fr. OF 5-4 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. #34 FALE AVIU So. OF 5-4 Oceanside, Calif. #42 MARIAH LOPEZ Fr. RHP 5-8 Saugus, Calif. PATTY GASSO Head Coach MELYSSA LOMBARDI Associate Head Coach JT Gasso Assistant Coach Andrea Gasso Volunteer Assistant Coach