OKLAHOMA CITY — It’s time to see if Mike White’s aggressive nonconference schedule will pay off at the Women’s College World Series.

Top-seeded Oregon will play No. 6 Florida State in en elimination game on Saturday night at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium (6:30 p.m., ESPN).

The Seminoles (53-12), who opened bracket play with a loss to UCLA, ended Georgia’s season with a 7-2 victory in the loser’s bracket on Saturday afternoon.

“It’s going to take everybody again tonight to get after it,” Florida State coach Lonni Alameda said during a postgame interview on ESPN. “It’s just going to be a battle. Oregon’s great. We had a chance to play them at our place early on.”

The Ducks (53-9), coming off Friday’s disheartening 6-2 loss to Pac-12 rival Washington, split two games with Florida State earlier this season in Tallahassee, Fla.

Miranda Elish pitched a two-hit shutout, and Gwen Svekis homered and drove in two runs during Oregon’s 5-0 win on March 2. Two days later, Megan Kleist pitched a no-hitter but took the loss as the Seminoles scored two unearned runs in a 2-1 win.

“Florida State’s got good pitching, good depth at pitching,” White said. “We’ve just got to be ready.”

If Oregon is able to bounce back with a win over Florida State, the Pac-12 champions will have to beat a rested UCLA team twice on Sunday to advance to the championship series.

The Bruins overcame four-run deficits to beat Florida State (7-4) and Florida (6-5).

“Actually, my body feels pretty good,” UCLA ace Rachel Garcia said after pitching in both WCWS games. “The weather, I think it’s great. There are pros and cons to it, but the heat’s actually not bad. But the day off (Saturday) does sound pretty great.”