Deserted icons: Oklahoma City loses NCAA softball WCWS

The Associated Press - April 12, 2020 11:18 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Smaller cities and communities are dealing with the cancellation of showcase sporting events. For Oklahoma City, that means losing the Women’s College World Series. The annual event determines the NCAA softball championship. It has been hosted by Oklahoma City every year but one since 1990.

Last year, it brought in an estimated $14 million to the city and its businesses. Even more was expected this year because of a stadium seating expansion.

 

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