Oklahoma softball got off to a good start in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic on Friday.

The Sooners run-ruled Texas A&M 8-0 in 5 innings to earn their 2nd win of the tournament.

Freshman Jocelyn Erickson didn’t start the game, but she did make a massive impact. Erickson hit a 3-run home run during her only at-bat of the game in the 7th inning. That blast put the game out of reach for the Aggies and caused the mercy-rule to be in effect after 5 frames.

It was Erickson’s 5th home run of the season. Here’s video:

Oklahoma only recorded 5 hits in the game despite winning 8-0. The Sooners also drew 3 walks and forced a trio of errors from the Texas A&M defense.

In the circle, it was veteran Nicole May who got the start. May scattered 5 hits, 1 walk and 0 earned runs across 4 innings of work. Ace Jordy Bahl pitched a score-less 5th inning to close out the game.

Oklahoma improved to 10-1 on the season. The Sooners also defeated Cal State Fullerton earlier in the day on Friday. They will continue the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic on Saturday against Utah and Loyola Marymount.