OKC Spark owner Tina Floyd explains the team’s move from WPF to independent

The Jenni Carlson Show

Jan 11 2024 • 24 mins

On the heels of a successful inaugural season, the Oklahoma City Spark shocked many in the softball world when it announced it was leaving Women’s Professional Fastpitch and going independent next season. Team owner Tina Floyd says the decision wasn’t entered into lightly but was necessary after some of what she experienced last season. She wants better for the sport, but more importantly, she wants better for the players. Floyd talked about all of that and much more on The Jenni Carlson Show.

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