2011 Women's College World Series | Alabama vs Florida, Take Two

After holding their first two opponents scoreless in Oklahoma City, the Crimson Tide gave up eleven first quarter runs to the Florida Gators in what would become a 16-2 run rule massacre.  The 16 runs are the most given up in Alabama history and tie for the most scored in the WCWS. The quicker we forget this, the better.

2011 Women's College World Series |  Alabama (53-10) vs. Florida (55-11)
 Date Sunday, June 5 | 6:00pm CST
 Location Oklahoma City | ASA Hall of Fame Stadium (8,500)
 Television ESPN2
 Radio WVUA-FM 90.7 | Listen Live
 Live Stats GameTracker
 Streaming Video ESPN3
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