Keilani Ricketts, Oklahoma’s superstar who can overwhelm a team from the pitcher’s mound and at the plate, is the best player at this week’s Women’s College World Series.
There’s really no doubt she’s the star. On Tuesday, she was named national softball player of the year for the second straight time. The only others players to win the award in consecutive seasons are Washington’s Danielle Lawrie and Texas’ Cat Osterman. The former Longhorn is the only softball player to win the award three times.
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