OU and OSU Ready to Showcase their Skills in the Women’s College World Series, Boosting Oklahoma City’s Economy with a Massive Turnout.

The Women’s College World Series Kicks Off on Thursday in Oklahoma City

The Women’s College World Series kicked off in Oklahoma City on Thursday morning at Devon Park, marking the start of softball season in the city. Both OU and OSU are set to take the field later in the day, eager to showcase their skills in the tournament.

The State Tourism and Recreation Department is anticipating a massive turnout of over 110,000 fans for the ten-day event. With a projected economic injection of $25 million into the city’s economy, the World Series is not only an exciting sports event but also a significant boost for local businesses.

Gates at Devon Park will open at 9:30 a.m., allowing fans to start arriving early to secure their spots for an action-packed day of softball games. At 1:30 p.m., the Sooners will face off against Duke, while the Cowgirls will play against Florida at 8:30 p.m. The state is ready to welcome thousands of visitors and enjoy a thrilling sports event that will have a positive impact on its economy.

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