FSU vs. Tennessee softball live score, updates, highlights from the 2023 Women’s College World Series semifinal

There are one (or two) more games left to determine who will play Oklahoma in the final series of the 2023 Women’s College World Series.

On one bench we have the Tennessee Lady Volunteers (51-9), who need two wins to set up a rematch against Oklahoma. The Lady Vols have already faced the Sooners, a team that handed them their first postseason loss: a 9-0 mercy rule demolition that saw Tennessee muster just one hit. They rallied behind ace Ashley Rogers on Sunday and escaped with a win, toppling Oklahoma State.

In the other dugout is a group of the Florida State Seminoles (57-9) who defeated Washington, 3-1, on Saturday night with a Josie Muffley’s double web jewel play to end the game. They’ve jumped to a 2-0 start in the Women’s College World Series, which is why they have the upper hand going into tonight’s contest.

If the Lady Vols manage to steal Game 1, there will be another game 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first matchup. That contest would then determine which team advances.

However, the ‘Noles have only lost one game in their last 24, illustrating the uphill battle for Rocky Top.

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The Sporting News follows live updates and highlights from the FSU vs. Tennessee Women’s College World Series. Follow along below for the highlights as the action unfolds from the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium.

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FSU vs. Tennessee softball live updates, highlights

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Updates will start closer to the start time of the game.

How to watch FSU vs. Tennessee in the NCAA softball semifinal

  • Start time: 7 p.m. Eastern time
  • Television channel: ESPN
  • Live broadcast: ESPN+, Fubo

Action between Florida State and Tennessee begins at 7 pm ET on ESPN. For those without cable, you can watch the game on ESPN+ or Fubo, which comes with a free trial for new subscribers.

Beth Mowins, Michele Smith, Jessica Mendoza and Holly Rowe will call for ESPN from Oklahoma City.

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2023 Women’s College World Series schedule

Monday, June 5

Match Time (ET) television channel
No. 1 Oklahoma 4No. 9 Stanford 2 (9 inns) Noon ESPN, Fubo
Game 13: No. 3 Florida State vs. No. 4 Tennessee 7:00 p.m. ESPN, Fubo
Game 14 (if necessary): Florida State vs. Tennessee 9:30 pm ESPN, Fubo

Wednesday, June 7

Match Time (ET) television channel
WCWS Finals Game 1 20:00 ESPN, Fubo

Thursday, June 8

Match Time (ET) television channel
WCWS Finals Game 2 7:30 pm ESPN, Fubo

Friday, June 9

Match Time (ET) television channel
WCWS Finals Game 3 (if necessary) 20:00 ESPN, Fubo