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2024 NCAA Softball Brackets: Women’s College World Series Scores, Schedule

The 2024 NCAA DI Softball Women’s College World Series has been completed. What started as an eight-team field ended with Oklahoma winning its fourth straight title and defeating Texas in the championship series. The first championship round was announced on Sunday, May 12 during a selection show.

Below you will find all information about the DI softball tournament 2024.

2024 NCAA DI Softball Tournament Bracket

πŸ‘‰ Click or tap here for the full 2024 series | See the WCWS bracket

2024 Women’s College World Series Schedule (May 30 – June 6)

30th of May

May 31 – Losers Bracket (Elimination Games)

June 1 – Winners’ Round

June 2nd

June 3

June 4

5 June

June the 6th

πŸ†Oklahoma wins the 2024 WCWS


2024 DI softball regionals (May 17-19)

Austin Regional – Austin, Texas

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Texel is moving forward

Norman Regional – Norman, Oklahoma

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Oklahoma is moving forward

Regional Knoxville – Knoxville, Tennessee

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ†Tennessee is making progress

Gainesville Regional – Gainesville, Florida

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Florida is making progress

Stillwater Regional – Stillwater, Oklahoma

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Progress in the state of Oklahoma

Los Angeles Regional – Los Angeles, California

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ†UCLA is making progress

Columbia Regional – Columbia, Missouri

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ†Missouri is making progress

Stanford Regional – Stanford, California

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Stanford is making progress

Baton Rouge Regional – Baton Rouge, Louisiana

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ†LSU moving forward

Regional Durham – Durham, North Carolina

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Duke is moving forward

Athens Regional – Athens, Georgia

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Georgia is making progress

Fayetteville Regional – Fayetteville, Arkansas

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Arizona is making progress

Lafayette Regional – Lafayette, Louisiana

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Baylor is moving forward

Tuscaloosa Regional – Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Alabama is making progress

Tallahassee Regional – Tallahassee, Florida

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ† Progress State of Florida

Regional Bryan-College Station – Bryan-College Station, Texas

  • Friday May 17
  • Saturday May 18
  • Sunday May 19

πŸ†Texas A&M is making progress

2024 DI Softball Super Regionals Schedule (May 23-25)

*All times Eastern

Austin Super Regional

  • Friday May 24
  • Saturday May 25
  • Sunday May 2

πŸ† Texel is moving forward

Norman Super Regional

  • Thursday May 23
  • Friday May 24

πŸ† Oklahoma is moving forward

Knoxville Super Regional

  • Friday May 24
  • Saturday May 25
  • Sunday May 26

πŸ† Alabama is moving forward

Gainesville Super Regional

  • Friday May 24
  • Saturday May 25
  • Sunday May 26

πŸ† Florida is making progress

Stillwater Super Regional

  • Friday May 24
  • Saturday May 25

πŸ† Progress in the state of Oklahoma

Super-regional Los Angeles

  • Thursday May 23
  • Friday May 24

πŸ† UCLA is moving forward

Columbia Super Regional

  • Friday May 24
  • Saturday May 25
  • Sunday May 26

πŸ† Duke is moving forward

Stanford Super Regional

  • Friday May 24
  • Saturday May 25
  • Sunday May 26

πŸ† Stanford is moving forward

2024 NCAA DI Softball Tournament Schedule

Here are the key dates for the 2024 NCAA DI Softball Tournament:

How the championship works: Regionals – at 16 locations – are double-eliminated and scheduled for May 16/17-19. The 16 winners will advance to the super regionals and play a two-team best-out-of-three series from May 23 to 25 or May 24 to 26. The eight winners will earn spots in the 2024 Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City. The WCWS begins on May 30 in double-elimination format. The last two teams will play a best-of-three series for the national championship starting June 5.

How to get tickets to the Women’s College World Series

You can purchase tickets for the WCWS 2024 here. The Women’s College World Series will be played at Devon Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Softball Championship: future dates

REGIONALS SUPER REGIONALS WCWS
2025 May 16-18 May 22-25 May 29 – June 6
2026 May 15-17 May 21-24 May 28 – June 5
2027 May 21-23 May 27-30 June 3-11

History of the Women’s College World Series Championship

Below is the complete history of the NCAA DI National Softball Championship since 1982, year by year.

Year Champion (record) Coach To score Second place Location
2023 *Oklahoma (61-1) Patty Gasso 3-1 State of Florida Oklahoma City
2022 *Oklahoma (59-3) Patty Gasso 10-5 Texas Oklahoma City
2021 Oklahoma (56-4) Patty Gasso 5-1 State of Florida Oklahoma City
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19
2019 *UCLA (56-6) Kelly Inouye-Perez 5-4 Oklahoma Oklahoma City
2018 * Florida State (58-12) Lonni Alameda 8-3 Washington Oklahoma City
2017 *Oklahoma (61-9) Patty Gasso 5-4 Florida Oklahoma City
2016 Oklahoma (57-8) Patty Gasso 2-1 Chestnut brown Oklahoma City
2015 Florida (60-7) Tim Walton 4-1 Michigan Oklahoma City
2014 *Florida (55-12) Tim Walton 6-3 Alabama Oklahoma City
2013 *Oklahoma (57-4) Patty Gasso 4-0 Tennessee Oklahoma City
2012 Alabama (60-8) Patrick Murphy 5-4 Oklahoma Oklahoma City
2011 * Arizona State (60-6) Clint Myers 7-2 Florida Oklahoma City
2010 *UCLA (50-11) Kelly Inouye-Perez 15-9 Arizona Oklahoma City
2009 Washington (51-12) Heather Tarr 3-2 Florida Oklahoma City
2008 * Arizona State (66-5) Clint Myers 11-0 Texas A&M Oklahoma City
2007 Arizona (50-14-1) Mike Candrea 5-0 Tennessee Oklahoma City
2006 Arizona (54-11) Mike Candrea 5-0 Northwest Oklahoma City
2005 Michigan (65-7) Carol Hutchins 4-1 UCLA Oklahoma City
2004 UCLA (47-9) Sue Enquist 3-1 California Oklahoma City
2003 UCLA (54-7) Sue Enquist 1-0 California Oklahoma City
2002 California (56-19) Diane Ninemire 6-0 Arizona Oklahoma City
2001 *Arizona (65-4) Mike Candrea 1-0 UCLA Oklahoma City
2000 *Oklahoma (66-8) Patty Gasso 3-1 UCLA Oklahoma City
1999 *UCLA (63-6) Sue Enquist 3-2 Washington Oklahoma City
1998 Fresno State (52-11) Margie Wright 1-0 Arizona Oklahoma City
1997 Arizona (61-5) Mike Candrea 10-2 UCLA Oklahoma City
1996 *Arizona (58-9) Mike Candrea 6-4 Washington Columbus, Ga.
1995 *#UCLA (50-6) Sharron Backus 4-2 Arizona Oklahoma City
1994 *Arizona (64-3) Mike Candrea 2-0 Cal State Northridge Oklahoma City
1993 Arizona (44-8) Mike Candrea 1-0 UCLA Oklahoma City
1992 *UCLA (54-2) Sharron Backus 2-0 Arizona Oklahoma City
1991 Arizona (56-16) Mike Candrea 5-1 UCLA Oklahoma City
1990 UCLA (62-7) Sharron Backus 2-0 Fresno State Oklahoma City
1989 *UCLA (48-4) Sharron Backus 1-0 Fresno State Sunnyvale, California.
1988 UCLA (53-8) Sharron Backus 3-0 Fresno State Sunnyvale, California.
1987 Texas A&M (56-8) Bob Brock 4-1 UCLA Omaha, Neb.
1986 *Cal State Fullerton (57-9-1) Judi Garman 3-0 Texas A&M Omaha, Neb.
1985 UCLA (41-9) Sharron Backus 2-1 Nebraska Omaha, Neb.
1984 UCLA (45-6-1) Sharron Backus 1-0 Texas A&M Omaha, Neb.
1983 Texas A&M (41-11) Bob Brock 2-0 Cal State Fullerton Omaha, Neb.
1982 *UCLA (33-7-2) Sharron Backus 2-0 Fresno State Omaha, Neb.

*Denotes undefeated teams in the final series.

#-UCLA’s 1995 national championship was later vacated by the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions

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