The ball bounced out of Wallace’s glove on the collision, allowing Parker to be safe at second base. Obstruction was also called on the field on Wallace for blocking the path for Parker. The play was also reviewed for “malicious contact” on Wallace, but the umpires did not see anything of that sort on the review.

Parker was awarded a single, and Wallace was given an error for the obstruction and the dropping of the ball, allowing Parker to take second.

Florida beat Oklahoma 9-3 on Monday to force a winner-take-all Game 3 on Tuesday, with the winner advancing to take on No. 1 overall seed Texas in the best-of-three championship series beginning on Wednesday.

However, Wallace got into the base path, with her right foot blocking Parker’s path to second. That resulted in a collision between Wallace and Parker. Wallace stayed on the ground for a few minutes but got up and stayed in the game. Parker was pinch ran for but can return due to college softball substitution rules.

With the No. 4 seed Gators leading No. 2 seed Oklahoma 5-4 in the bottom of the fifth inning, Parker lined a ball off the wall and barrelled toward second for a double. Wallace collected a relay throw and attempted to tag Parker, whom the throw had beaten back to second base.