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Season Ends In Supers

May 29, 2021

NORMAN, Okla. – Washington's bid for a fourth straight Women's College World Series trip came to a close as the Huskies fell to the #1 Oklahoma Sooners 9-1 in Super Regionals. Washington finishes the season 45-14 overall, its fourth consecutive full season winning 45 or more games.

Washington had only made three or more WCWS trips in a row once before, doing so from 1996 to 2000. This was the fifth straight year and 11th time in the last 12 years Washington has made at least Super Regionals.

Jadelyn Allchin doubled in the game, her third extra-base hit in the last four games. Baylee Klingler had the RBI for Washington, giving her 53 on the season, good for fourth in the Pac-12 to go along with her conference-leading 56 runs scored. Sami Reynolds also singled to give her four hits in the last three games and three hits this weekend.

  • First Inning: Oklahoma scored on a wild pitch to take an early 1-0 lead.
  • Second Inning: After several close pitches, Oklahoma worked a bases-loaded walk, making it a 2-0 game.
  • Third Inning: With two outs and one on, Oklahoma homered, making it 4-0. The Huskies would respond quickly: after Allchin started the inning with a double, Klingler would smoke a single two batters later to get Washington on the board.
  • Fourth Inning: Oklahoma would hit two more home runs in the fourth, stretching it to a 7-1 game.
  • Fifth Inning: An RBI double and a bloop single made it a 9-1 game in Oklahoma's favor.


  • Allchin (1x2, R, 2B) extended her hitting streak to four games, hitting .363 with three extra-base hits.
  • Against Oklahoma in her career, Allchin is now hitting .500 with a double and a homer.
  • Klingler (1x2, RBI) hit .450 with four runs and three RBI in this year's postseason.
  • Sis Bates (1x3) finishes the postseason hitting .435, with hits in six of seven games.

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