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Women's College World Series, Game 1: UCLA hammers Oklahoma, 16-3

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Women's College World Series, Game 1: UCLA hammers Oklahoma, 16-3

Women's College World Series, Game 1: UCLA hammers Oklahoma, 16-3

UCLA scores WCWS Championship Series record 16b runs in Game 1 defeat of #1 Oklahoma

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