Triple Option: OU softball in the WCWS 

May, 31, 2012
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Every weekday morning, a member of the SoonerNation gives his take on three things happening in the Sooner sports world.

1. Don’t look now but the Oklahoma Sooners are within striking distance of an NCAA men’s golf championship. Heading into today’s final round, OU is tied with North Florida for fourth place at 13-over-par (581). Coach Ryan Hybl’s squad is nine strokes behind the leader, Alabama (572). The top eight teams advance to a three-day match play tournament to decide a team champion.

Junior Abraham Ancer is the Sooners' top individual golfer at an even-par 142. It's been a roller coaster ride during the first two days for Ancer, who has nine birdies and nine bogeys in 36 holes. He's tied for eighth place and is five strokes behind the leader Thomas Pieters of Illinois (five-under 137).
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