Sooners, Cowboys Vie for College World Series Births

The Oklahoma and Oklahoma State baseball teams are approaching the final leg of their seasons from very different perspectives.

The Sooners are a top 20 team seemingly guaranteed a slot in the regionals. Their main worry is seeding.

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Golden ‘Cane Honors TU Athletes

The University of Tulsa recognized its athletic teams and student-athletes recently at the school’s 15th Annual Golden ‘Cane Awards Dinner at the Donald W. Reynolds Center. The top awards were given to TU’s “Ultimate Team” members, the “Ultimate Service” Award as well as athlete of the year awards for respective sports.

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Drillers, ONEOK Entertain

The Tulsa Drillers may not have the best record in the Texas League, but they certainly know how to throw a party.

Night to night, Oneok field is packed with fans checking out and enjoying the new park in downtown Tulsa. The Drillers organization is forecasting their highest attendance in the franchise’s history.

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Talons Racking Up Points

PIGSKIN PREDATORS: The Tulsa Talons are looming near the top of the rankings as usual. However, this year the team is up against the best of arena football in the . Above left is Carlese Franklin. On right is Odie Armstrong.

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Tulsa Sports Charities Welcomes OU A.D.

SOONER GUEST: Joe Castiglione, center, the University of Oklahoma athletic director, was the special guest of the May Tulsa Sports Charities luncheon held at the Silver Flame Restaurant. On left is Randy Allison of Pryority Bank. On right is Ted Owens, former Kansas basketball coach and OU alum.

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Bike MS Set for September

: The Tulsa Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society recently kicked off the 25th Annual Bike MS Oklahoma Ride. Early registration, food and fun celebrated the event that provides funding for multiple sclerosis research. Cyclists, volunteers and those affected by MS were present.

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Rt. 66 Marathon Recognized

The Williams Route 66 Marathon, in its fifth year, is the recipient of a second place award recognizing the best marathon medals in the United States. Marathon and Beyond, a bimonthly magazine designed for runners of marathons and ultramarathons, conducted the nationwide medal competition.

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Shocking Time for Tulsa

ELECTRIFYING CHARGE: The Tulsa Shock has landed on Tulsa to become Tulsa’s first major league team. The Shock provides high-energy entertainment with the unique style of basketball head coach Nolan Richardson professes. The team played their historic first game at the Center May 15, an 80-74 loss to the Minnesota Lynx.

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Shock Releases Two Veterans

TULSA, Okla. (May 13, 2010) – After their first practice on their home court, the Center, the Tulsa Shock trimmed Christi Thomas and Ivory Latta from the roster.

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Cowboys Named To All-Big 12 Tennis Team

IRVING, Texas — Oklahoma State’s Oleksandr Nedovyesov and Aleksey Bessonov were among those honored on Wednesday with the announcement of the All-Big 12 tennis squads by the league office.

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Cowgirls Tennis Earn All-Conference Honors

IRVING, Texas — Three members of the Oklahoma State women’s tennis team were honored by the league office on Wednesday with the announcement of the All-Big 12 awards.

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Texas No. 1 in Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Poll

Texas has been ranked No. 1 for the third straight week in the latest Collegiate Baseball newspaper Division I baseball poll.

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ORU Places 19 on Track and Field All-League Team

Nineteen track and field athletes were named to the Summit League Outdoor All-League Team

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AFL Week 6 Poll Sees Iron atop all Teams

The Milwaukee Iron take first place in the Coaches Poll after comfortably defeating the previously unbeaten Chicago Rush. The Rush drop to No. 3, which is the lowest Chicago has been ranked all season. The Jacksonville Sharks nabbed the No. 2 spot, their highest rank this season. All three teams are 4-1.

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