Northwestern needs 1 win to lock up the last spot in the Women’s College World Series. The Wildcats are in the Tempe Super Regional, taking on No. 8 Arizona State. The best-of-3 series will be decided Sunday evening.

Northwestern took the series opener in extra innings Friday. The Sun Devils bounced back Saturday to win 7-4, evening the series. Sunday’s rubber match is set for 8:30 p.m. CT/9:30 p.m. ET on ESPNU.

  • Northwestern 4, Arizona State 3 (11 innings)
  • Arizona State 7, Northwestern 4
  • Arizona State vs. Northwestern, 9:30 p.m. ET Sunday on ESPNU

Northwestern is making its sixth NCAA Super Regional appearance, all under the Drohans, and is seeking its third trip to the WCWS. The Wildcats won the Evanston Regional in 3 games to reach the NCAA Tournament Super Regionals. NU is 44-11 overall in 2022.

Entering Sunday, 6 teams already punched their tickets to the WCWS in Oklahoma City: Oklahoma, UCLA, Texas, Oregon State, Oklahoma State and Arizona. No. 3 seed Virginia Tech and No. 14 seed Florida are also playing a decisive Game 3 in the Blacksburg Super Regional Sunday afternoon.