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The Oklahoma Sooners is a well-known, collegiate softball team that represents the University of Oklahoma. The Sooners won the National Championships back-to-back in 2016 and 2017, representing their fourth National Championships win overall. It’s no secret why many players from coast-to-coast are interested in learning what bat the Oklahoma Sooners use to take these championships home with.
What bat does Oklahoma Softball Use?
The Oklahoma Sooners use the Rawlings Quatro Pro Fastpitch Softball Bat series. While players switch their bats year-over-year to use the most recently released version of that bat, if an Oklahoma Softball player was on the field today, they would be using the Rawlings 2019 Quatro Pro Fastpitch Softball Bat. While many players prefer DeMarini, the Rawlings Quatro has become an increasingly popular bat on softball fields across the country. Here’s a look at the bat, and what makes it so good.
Rawlings 2019 Quatro Pro Fastpitch Softball Bat
The Rawlings 2019 Quatro is an outstanding bat that incorporates the brand’s new longitudinal flex technology. This re-engineered composite layering helps to make the bat super reactive for a truly impressive pop. This bat also has a new suspended inner barrel to make for a smoother, more balanced swing weight, so players can swing confidently at top speed. To top things off, the Quatro Pro uses a new focused flex technology for a stiff flex to eliminate barrel drag, while still eliminating vibration and hand sting.
This bat is approved for play in the USSSA, ASA, ISF, NSA, and any other leagues that use a 98Mph with abi standard.
Certifications/Approved for play in at least the following associations:
Check out this YouTube video of the Rawlings 2019 Quatro Pro in game action!
Not sure about length? Use this guide to select the proper bat length for you.
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