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Full schedule for 2023 Women’s College World Series

Here is the complete schedule for the 2023 Women’s College World Series, with dates, times, TV schedule, and more.

2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Softball Championship Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images

The Women’s College World Series is headed to Oklahoma City this week to battle it out for the title. The Oklahoma Sooners have won each of the past two years and return for a three-peat as the top seed in the tournament.

The quarterfinal round begins on Thursday with eight remaining teams vying for the championship. The rest of the tournament is double-elimination, and the final will be a best-of-three series that takes place from June 7th through June 9th.

The Sooners are heavy favorites to win it all again, sitting at -700 heading into the quarterfinals at DraftKings Sportsbook. They’re followed by Florida State, the 2018 champions, at +650.

Here’s a look at the full schedule for the Women’s College World Series.

Bracket 1

No. 9 Stanford
No. 1 Oklahoma
No. 5 Alabama
No. 4 Tennessee

Bracket 2

No. 6 Oklahoma State
No. 3 Florida State
No. 15 Utah
No. 7 Washington

2023 Women’s College World Series Schedule

All times ET.

Thursday, June 1

Game 1: Alabama 5, Tennessee 10,
Game 2: Stanford 0, Oklahoma 2
Game 3: Oklahoma State 0, Florida State 8

Friday, June 2 (Losers Bracket, Elimination Games)

Game 4: Utah 1, Washington 4 (weather delayed)
Game 5: Alabama 0, Stanford 2
Game 6: Utah 0, Oklahoma State 8 (5 innings)

Saturday, June 3 (Winners Bracket)

Game 7: Tennessee 0, Oklahoma 9 (5 innings)
Game 8: Washington 1, Florida State 3

Sunday, June 4 (Losers Bracket, Elimination Games)

Game 9: Tennessee 0, Stanford 1
Game 10: Oklahoma State 1, Tennessee 3

Monday, June 5 (Flip Day, losers bracket teams must win twice to advance)

Game 11: Oklahoma 4, Stanford 2 (9 innings)
Game 12: Florida State 5, Tennessee 1

WCWS Finals, June 7-9

Game 1: Florida State vs. Oklahoma: Wednesday, June 7, 8:00 p.m., ESPN
Game 2: Oklahoma vs. Florida State: Thursday, June 8, 7:30 p.m., ESPN
Game 3: Florida State/Oklahoma: Friday, June 9, 8:00 p.m. (if necessary), ESPN