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Softball Team Closes out April at Home

Senior Kari Curtis leads TU in hitting with a .303 average, as the Hurricane open a five game homestand with OU on Wednesday.
Senior Kari Curtis leads TU in hitting with a .303 average, as the Hurricane open a five game homestand with OU on Wednesday.
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April 24, 2001

Tulsa, Okla. - The month of April has been a busy one for the Hurricane with 19 games in 24 days. The good news is that all five of the remaining games this month will be at home.

Defending national champion, Oklahoma, will play in Tulsa on April 25, for the first time since the 1997 season. The Hurricane has not defeated the Sooners in 17 attempts. Last season OU took the series by scores of 4-1 and 1-0. Game time at the Charles Page High School Softball Field is 5 p.m.

The Hurricane return to conference play with the Wahine of Hawai'i coming to town on April 27-28. Tulsa defeated UH for the first time last season, taking two of the four games in Honolulu. The Wahine has a 14-2 advantage in the overall series.