Oklahoma vs. Connecticut Notes

    Oklahoma
    • The game marked the second meeting between Oklahoma and Connecticut as the series is now tied, 1-1.

    • Oklahoma is 78-67 all-time in the NCAA Tournament and 8-2 when playing in the state of Virginia, since 2010.

    • OU has also won six consecutive NCAA Regional games.

    • The Sooners are 28-4 when scoring first and 19-4 when scoring in the first inning as well as 9-10 when the opponent scores in the first.

    • Anthony Hermelyn drove in two runs in the first inning for his sixth multi-RBI game of the season…he now has six RBI in the last five games.

    • Hermelyn recorded his 14th multi-hit game with his sixth double of the season in the fourth inning.

    • Dillon Overton through 5.2 innings for his longest inning since a six-inning start against New Orleans (4/20).

    • The Sooners are 9-1 in extra-inning games this season and have outscored their opponent, 10-2.

    • Kolbey Carpenter’s 11th-inning single marked his 15th multi-hit game of the season.

    • Kyle Hayes picked up his first win of the season in 2.1 innings of relief.

    • Max White is 6-for-11 on the weekend.

    UConn
    • Billy Ferriter grabbed his 26th stolen base of the season, giving him 99 during his career at UConn, which extends his own program record. It is Ferriter’s 5th theft in NCAA Tournament action.

    • After giving up three first inning runs tonight, Connecticut has now been outscored 51-39 this season in the first frame. UConn is now 10-15 when its opponent scores in the first.

    • Jordan Tabakman’s nine innings of work mark a career-high for the RS-Sophomore. The righty’s ERA now sits a 2.57 this season.

    • Connecticut has a .667 winning percentage (26-13) when committing one or fewer errors compared to just a .391 winning percentage (9-14) when committing two or more errors.

    • LJ Mazzilli was held hitless for just the 2nd time in 12 career NCAA Tournament games. He did add his 11th RBI in tournament action with a first inning sacrifice fly.

    • Connecticut falls to 3-3 this season in extra innings. For the Huskies, tonight’s contest marked the third game that reached at least 12 innings (1-1 record in previous two).

    • After earning an 8-7 victory against then-ranked #22 Oklahoma in 2012, the Huskies fall to 1-1 all-time against the Sooners.

    • The Huskies are just 8-22 when getting out-hit by their opponents

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