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WCWS 2012: Full Schedule, Bracket, Times & Details For ASU Softball

Is a repeat on its way? (Credit: Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE)
Is a repeat on its way? (Credit: Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE)

For the 10th time in school history, the Arizona State Sun Devils are heading to the Women's College World Series. After some tense moments in the Tempe Regional and then a thrilling comeback Super Regional win over Louisiana-Lafayette, the defending champs are now in Oklahoma City and ready for their title defense.

Here are details for the Devils in the WCWS.

Format: The eight teams are divided into two brackets. Each bracket will engage in double-elimination play until a winner moves on to the championship series. That series will be a best of three match-up for the national title.

When: Bracket play begins Thursday May 31st and runs through Sunday June 3rd. The championship series will begin on Monday June 4th, with Game 2 on Tuesday and, if necessary, a Game 3 on Wednesday.

TV: All Thursday and Friday games will be on ESPN2. Saturday and Sunday games will be on ESPN. Games 1 and 2 of the championship series will be on ESPN2 and, if necessary, Game 3 will be on ESPN. All games during the WCWS will also be streamed online at ESPN3.com.

Teams In ASU's Bracket: It'll be a Pac-12 and SEC affair, with No. 2 seed Alabama, No. 7 seed Tennessee and ASU's first opponent, No. 11 seed Oregon.

In The Other Bracket: No. 1 seed Cal, No. 4 seed Oklahoma and unseeded LSU and South Florida.

ASU's 2012 Record Against WCWS Teams: Oregon (1-1), Tennessee (0-1), Cal (1-2)

ASU's WCWS Record Under Clint Myers: 12-6 with two titles.

ASU's First WCWS Game: Thursday May 31st at 6:30pm PST. If they win, their next game will be Friday at 6:30pm PST. If they lose on Thursday, they will then play on Saturday at 11:30am PST.

Scouting Report on Oregon: Right here.

Full Bracket (click to enlarge):

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