|Graphic credit: Oklahoma City University Softball|
The milestone victory also happened to be the #1-ranked Stars' 35th win of the season to improve their season record to 35-1 at the NAIA level.
OCU teams had to average fifty-two wins per season every season of McSpadden's tenure to reach 1,458 victories at this point in time.
McSpadden is an eight-time national champion and has gathered four runner-up finishes in addition. His team has appeared in the national tournament in twenty-three consecutive seasons and twenty-six times overall. He has earned eight national Coach of the Year awards and his staff has been rewarded seven times as Coaching Staff of the Year.
Seventy-six all-Americans have come out of the Stars program, as well as four future medal-winning Olympians.
McSpadden's first win came over a now-Division 1 team when he beat North Texas in Denton by a score of 14-4 on February 25, 1988.