Oklahoma softball received waves of praise from around the sports world on Thursday after notching the program’s third consecutive national championship with a historic sweep in the Women’s College World Series.

Billie Jean King and noted OU alums Kyler Murray and Trae Young were among those who weighed in on the Sooners’ 3–1 win over Florida State to close out the WCWS. 

With the win, the Sooners and coach Patty Gasso made NCAA history by becoming the second team, and the first in over 30 years, to three-peat as national champions. The victory also stamped another spot in the history books for Oklahoma, as the program secured the NCAA’s winningest season of all-time with a 61–1 mark to end the year.

Now boasting an unprecedented 53-game winning streak, Oklahoma will enter the summer riding high as the top softball program in the nation, and one of the top programs in all of college sports. And, judging by Thursday’s responses, many were eager to show respect to OU amid its dominant stretch of championship-level play: