AUSTIN (KXAN) — Texas didn’t have enough firepower to match No. 1 Oklahoma, as the Longhorns lost the NCAA Softball national championship series to the Sooners Thursday night. elimination game of the National Championship Series 10-5.

The Longhorns were outscored by Oklahoma 26-3 in the series, losing Thursday’s clinching game 10-5. The Sooners hit eight home runs between the two games.

Thursday night was the second straight game in which Texas actually got on the scoreboard first, courtesy of a sacrifice fly from Alyssa Washington.

Mary Iakopo added another sacrifice fly to make it 2-0 Longhorns but a home-run-saving catch from OU’s Jayda Coleman on a Courtney Day flyball prevented Texas from adding to its lead.

A two-run third inning by Oklahoma knotted the game at two.

Oklahoma’s Kinzie Hansen, who scored the tying run, brought in three of her own with a home run that increased the Sooners lead to 6-2.

Grace Lyons delivered the last home run of the game by the Sooners to put Oklahoma up by eight runs which was enough of a cushion for the Sooners to maintain through the rest of the game.

With the win, Oklahoma will bring back its sixth national championship trophy to Norman.

Texas finishes the season with a 47-22-1 overall record and a national runner-up finish.