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OU softball stops at senior living facility ahead of WCWS

THIS HAS BECOME A TRADITION FOR THE SOFTBALL TEAM. The last time our softball was there, they ended up winning the World Series. Now, you can take that for what it’s worth, but players say it’s all about giving back. WE HAVE 4000 MEMBERS OF THE NORMAN COMMUNITY COMING TO SEE US EVERY DAY. When we play Loves, it’s bittersweet. FOR OR CATCHER KINSEY HANSEN, HER LATEST SHOT AT THE WOMEN’S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES. Although she’s not an OKIE herself, she says our fans have made her feel like one. I AM A FIFTH YEAR SENIOR MYSELF. We have some other, uh, really big seniors graduating this year, so just a few are definitely hearing those words come across. THANK YOU FOR BEING THERE ALL THIS TIME. LAST SEASON. They made it a point to stop here at the earliest station and say hello to the residents, sign autographs and take pictures and they won it all. The team and the senior living facility made sure the softball team returned. You don’t like to think we’re superstitious here, but maybe just a little. You know, we come in, we feel loved here, we give back a little love and then we go to OKLAHOMA City and we take care of business, of course. WE HOPE THIS MEANS A LOT. I know it doesn’t mean as much to them as it does to us, but we love them all. WE ADMIRE THEM. We think they are a great, wonderful, awesome group of girls. PEGGY JACKSON HAS LIVED HERE SINCE THE FACILITY OPENED EARLIER, SPORTS IS A BIG PART OF HER FAMILY, NOT ONLY HER SCHOOL, BUT ALSO HER HUSBAND’S ALMA MATER, WHO SERVED AS A PILOT IN VIETNAM. HE GRADUATED FROM OR. He received his commission from OSU. SHE SAYS IT’S EASY TO SHOT FOR A TEAM THAT CARES ABOUT MORE THAN DOMINATING ON THE DIAMOND. SHE CREDITS HEAD COACH PATTY GASSO FOR THAT. SHE always teaches them, you know, how to play softball, but also how to be a person. SHE’S AN INCREDIBLE, INCREDIBLE GIRL. SOONERS TO PLAY DUKE IN FIRST ROUND OF WORL’S COLLEGE WORL

OU Softball Continues Tradition, Stops at Senior Living Center Ahead of WCWS

The entire team stopped at Sooner Station to greet fans and chat with those who cheer them on at each home game.

A group of Norman seniors got to meet the University of Oklahoma softball team Tuesday before heading to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City. The entire team stopped by Sooner Station to greet fans and chat with those cheering them on at each home game, which has become a tradition for the group. The last time the OU softball team visited the seniors, they ended up winning the Women’s College World Series. But beyond that, players said it’s about giving back. “We have 4,000 members of the Norman community who come to see us every day when we play at Love’s,” OU softball catcher Kinzie Hansen said. Get the latest interesting news by clicking here. This is Hansen’s last chance at the Women’s College World Series. Even though she’s not from Oklahoma, she said OU fans make her feel like one. Last season, the team made a point of stopping at the Sooner Station to say hello, sign autographs and take photos. This year, the softball team and senior living facility made sure the players returned. “We don’t like to think we’re superstitious here, but maybe a little bit. We come and feel loved here, we return a little love, then we head to OKC and take care of business, that’s it. is safe,” Hansen said. >> Download the KOCO 5 app Peggy Jackson, a Sooner Station resident, has lived there since the facility opened. Earlier, sports were a big part of her family, as that’s where she and her husband both graduated. “I hope it means a lot. I know it doesn’t mean as much to them as it does to us. But we love them, every single one of them, and we think they’re a wonderful, great group of girls.” Jackson said. She said it’s easy to stand out for a team that doesn’t just care about dominating the diamond. She credits OU softball coach Patty Gasso for that. “She’s always teaching them how to play softball but also how to be a person. She’s an amazing girl,” Jackson said. The Sooners will face Duke in the first round of the Women’s College World Series. TIMELINE: Storms could bring hail, damaging winds and a risk of tornadoes later today. Video shows Florida officer rescuing kitten from highway. Residents of OKC’s public housing complex are worried about their safety after a series of shootings. Police are investigating a homicide at a southeast Oklahoma City home. 1 death in a boat. accident on Lake Eufaula

A group of Norman seniors got to meet the University of Oklahoma softball team Tuesday before heading to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.

The entire team stopped by Sooner Station to greet fans and chat with those cheering them on at every home game, which has become a tradition for the group.

The last time the OU softball team visited the seniors, they ended up winning the Women’s College World Series. But beyond that, players said it’s about giving back.

“We have 4,000 members of the Norman community who come to see us every day when we play at Love’s,” OU softball catcher Kinzie Hansen said.

Get the latest interesting news by clicking here.

This is Hansen’s last chance at the Women’s College World Series. Even though she’s not from Oklahoma, she said OU fans make her feel like one.

Last season, the team made a point of stopping at the Sooner Station to say hello, sign autographs and take photos. This year, the softball team and senior living facility made sure the players returned.

“We don’t like to think we’re superstitious here, but maybe a little bit. We come and feel loved here, we return a little love, then we head to OKC and take care of business, that’s it. is safe,” Hansen said.

>> Download the KOCO 5 app

Sooner Station resident Peggy Jackson has lived there since the facility opened. Earlier, sports were a big part of her family, as that’s where she and her husband both graduated.

“I hope it means a lot. I know it doesn’t mean as much to them as it does to us. But we love them, every single one of them, and we think they’re a wonderful, great group of girls.” Jackson said.

She said it’s easy to stand out for a team that doesn’t just care about dominating the diamond. She credits OU softball coach Patty Gasso for that.

“She’s always teaching them how to play softball but also how to be a person. She’s an amazing girl,” Jackson said.

The Sooners will face Duke in the first round of the Women’s College World Series.


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