The five game winning streak for Kansas softball (28-13) came to a halt this weekend when Oklahoma (28-8) swept the three-game series in Norman, Okla.

Despite efforts from sophomore pitcher Kelsey Kessler, senior outfielder Alex Jones and senior infielder Ashley Newman, the losses were hard to overcome when the Jayhawks couldn't get a hit.

In the first game of the series with the defending national champions, Kansas connected once with a hit from junior infielder Maddie Stein. In the second game of the series, Kansas had five hits, the highest of the series for the Jayhawks. In the third game, Kansas had two hits, both coming from Newman.

Next up for the Jayhawks is the last non-conference game of the season with the team traveling to University of Missouri Kansas City on Tuesday, April 8. First pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m.