Simone Freeman threw a five-inning no-hitter Sunday, leading Oklahoma State to an 8-0 run-rule softball win over host Texas-San Antonio at the UTSA Classic.
The senior right-hander walked four and struck out eight. Freeman's record improved to 5-2 this season.
OSU (7-3) won all five of its tournament games.
Freeman, Shelby Davis, Tarah Ettinger and Danielle Riddle had two hits each. Gessenia DeLaCruz added a double and three RBIs for the Cowgirls, who next play Friday at the Mary Nutter Classic in Palm Springs, Calif. Oklahoma State is scheduled to play Pacific, San Diego State, Brigham Young, Cal State-Northridge and Long Beach State.
Oklahoma pitching continued to struggle Sunday at the Littlewood Classic in Phoenix, but the Sooners managed to split two softball games on the final day.
Michigan State scored six times in the top of the seventh inning, but OU countered with two in the bottom half to salvage a 7-6 victory to assure a .500 day. Earlier in the afternoon, No. 3-ranked Washington had a 14-strikeout performance from Bryana Walker, and the Huskies trimmed the No. 7 Sooners 3-1. Washington handed OU its fourth loss, matching last year's total during a 57-4 national championship season.
OU (6-4) managed just three hits against Washington (10-0), including two from Jessica Vest.
Shelby Pendley finished with four hits, including three against Michigan State. She scored three times on the day and added two RBIs. Brittany Williams had two hits and five RBIs against the Spartans (2-5).
Oklahoma will play in the Mary Nutter Classic next weekend in Palm Springs, Calif. The Sooners are scheduled to play Boise State at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.