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2011 Women's College World Series: Alabama, Florida Representing SEC

The 2011 Women's College World Series begins in Oklahoma City's ASA Hall of Fame Stadium on June 2, when the Alabama Crimson Tide (52-9) take on the California Golden Bears (44-12). Bama and the Florida Gators (52-10) are the only two SEC representatives in this year's NCAA championship, with the Georgia Bulldogs among those falling just short.

You can review the complete double-elimination bracket, live game scores, pitch times and TV schedule here. Every game is on either ESPN or ESPN2.

Bama is your No. 1 overall seed, followed by the Arizona St. Sun Devils (55-6), Gators, Oklahoma St. Cowgirls (42-18), Oklahoma Sooners (42-17), Golden Bears, Baylor Bears (45-13) and Missouri Tigers (52-8). Florida and Mizzou are the only teams to have also made last year's WCWS. In 2010, the Gators were bounced after losing to UGA and eventual champ UCLA.

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.