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Shock Coach Hopes for Playoff Season


Ever since the Tulsa Shock came to town in 2010, the WNBA franchise has treated fans to narrow losses and disappointing seasons. Entering its sixth year at the BOK Center, the team has frequently seemed on the verge of a breakthrough campaign. Finally, the time may have come.

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May 16 Polo Classic - Postponed Due to Weather Forecast, Champagne Brunch and Auction Still on Schedule


Note: The Annual Polo Classic to benefit the The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges (The Center) has been postponed due to the weather forecast.

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Strong Draft Choices To Boost Tulsa Shock

The WNBA Tulsa Shock has become much stronger due to its choices in the recent draft. The Shock has strengthened its inside game with the additions of Amanda Zahui B, a 6’5” center from Minnesota, and Mimi Mungedi, a 6’8” center from Nevada. Brianna Kiesel, a 5’7” guard from Pittsburgh, will help in the shooting and assist game.

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Drillers Manager Shines, Is Razor Sharp


What’s in a name? Everything and nothing if you listen to new Tulsa Drillers manager Anthony “Razor’’ Shines.

Said to have the “most bad-ass name of all time in baseball’’ by Maxim Magazine in 2009, Shines wears his middle name proudly while also trying to down play its unique status in the American pastime. He’s both proud and modest about the family moniker that has given him a claim to fame in the sport he loves.

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Tulsa Shock Select Keisel 13th and Mungedi 25th Overall

With the 13th overall pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft, the Tulsa Shock selected Brianna Keisel (bree-ANN-uh KEY-sull).

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Tulsa Shock Select Zahui B Second Overall

With the second overall pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft, the Tulsa Shock selected Amanda Zahui B (ZOW-ee BEE).

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Barry Hinson to Keynote Iba Awards Dinner

With 12 seasons as the head coach at two Missouri Valley Conference schools (Missouri State and Southern Illinois), Barry Hinson is the league’s winningest active coach with 209 overall victories and 114 conference wins. Only four head coaches in the 100-year history of the MVC have won more conference games.

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New Season Awaits Dodgers as Drillers Affiliate


Exit the Colorado Rockies. Enter the Los Angeles Dodgers. A new major league baseball affiliation will greet the Tulsa Drillers when the Texas League club opens the season on April 9.

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ONEOK Presents Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship at ONEOK Field May 20-24

Tulsa Sports Commission announced ONEOK has agreed to the title sponsorship for the community-oriented Fan Fest, which is scheduled in conjunction with the Phillips 66 Big 12 Conference Baseball Championship.

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Hillcrest Healthcare and Roughnecks Announce Partnership

The Tulsa Roughnecks and Hillcrest HealthCare System recently announced a major partnership between the two organizations. In the agreement, Hillcrest HealthCare System will be the official medical provider of the Roughnecks soccer team as well as the presenting sponsor of the team’s inaugural 2015 season.

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Fundraiser Welcomes NFL Great

NFL Football great and best-selling author Tony Dungy will serve as the keynote speaker at the 22nd Salvation Army William Booth Society Dinner, May 19 at the Cox Business Center.

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Tulsa Shock Open New Offices

The Tulsa Shock, a member of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), has moved its business office and operations into a new location in downtown Tulsa.

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TU’s Shea Seals at Home at Alma Mater


Frank Haith may have brought his own coaching staff when he joined the University of Tulsa as head coach of its basketball program last year, but Haith holds an additional asset on his staff – a familiar former player much beloved by the Tulsa faithful.

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Tulsan Bob Carpenter Honored in Washington


Bob Carpenter enjoys the moment. For the first time in his 39 years of broadcasting, he was named Co-Sportscaster of the Year (with Joe Beninati of hockey’s Washington Capitals) for the District of Columbia area. “I guess,” he laughs, “the longer you stick around the more you start collecting awards.” As pleased as he is with his award, he seems equally happy with a similar nod given Tulsa Golden Hurricane voice Bruce Howard. “In Oklahoma, I just don’t think Tulsa-area sportscasters get their due. I’m happy for Bruce.”

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Boat, Sport & Travel Show Makes Waves

TULSA BOAT SHOW: The 2015 Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show took place Feb. 2-8 at the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square, with an increased attendance of 21 percent over last year, says Jennifer Maricle, show manager. Standing with Maricle is Kevin McClure, of Grand Lake Boat Sales. Preparations for next year’s 60th anniversary show are already underway, to be held Feb. 1-6, 2016.

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