Coach Mark Berokoff has made Moore one of the toughest places in Oklahoma to win a college basketball game.
Randall (16-10) made it to the national tournament with an at-large bid after falling 104-103 to Manhattan Christian in the regional tournament and was the No. 4 seed.
The Saints then defeated No. 5 Bob Jones, 90-73, in the quarterfinal and top-seeded Grace, the team it beat in 2016 title game, 85-82, in overtime in the semifinal.
Behind strong performances from tournament MVP Xavier Hunter, Adam Morales and two-time National Player of the Year Trey Sneed, Randall held off Kentucky Christian, 90-76, to bring the national championship back to south Oklahoma City for the third straight year.
No. 1 – Stars softball is simply sensational
No. 2 – OU repeats and repeats and repeats
No. 3 – Lions go undefeated through regular season
No. 4 – OCU WBB picks up fourth title in six years
No. 5 – Owasso breaks through
No. 6 – SGU shuts down
No. 7 – Three-peat for Randall
No. 8 – 48 straight
No. 9 – OCU’s Animat, Shaw dominate NAIA cross country
No. 10 – Luper, Stallard and the Bronchos