May 10, 2014
Seniors Jill Barrett and Shelby Blanton and junior Erica Sampson each earned their 57th starts of the season.
Barrett started her 233rd consecutive career game. She has started every game in her four-year career.
Senior Aimee Creger made her 32nd appearance and 31st start of the season, and her 107th career start.
Tulsa won its fourth Conference USA Tournament Championship. It is the fourth league championship title, and all four times it also claimed the regular season championship.
Creger was named Most Valuable Player of the 2014 Conference USA Championship. She was joined on the All-Tournament Team by Barrett, Sampson, senior Cierra Hughes and sophomore Catherine Horner.
Tulsa won its 50th game of the season as it improved to 50-7 on the year. The win total surpasses the previous record of 48 wins set by the 2002 team.
Creger extended her school record with her 27th win of the season, improving her record to 27-1.
With 12 strikeouts on Friday, Creger now has 326 strikeouts this year and 1,052 strikeouts in her career.
Creger totaled 33 strikeouts in the C-USA Tournament, setting a new Championship series record. She broke the previous record of 25 strikeouts set by Courtney Blades of Southern Miss in 2000 and Sarah Martz of DePaul in 2004.
Barrett scored her 178th career run, breaking the career record of 177, previously held by Lauren Lindsay (2007-10).
Barrett scored her 55th run of the season, tying the school record set by Caitlin Everett (2010-13) in 2012.
Tulsa improved its all-time record in the C-USA Tournament to 15-7.