US Youth Soccer Announces 2009 Regional Recreation Coach of the Year Award Winners

Michael Wood of Broken Arrow is the Region Regional Recreation Coach of the Year

National winner to be named at US Youth Soccer Awards Gala

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Men’s Golf Finishes Sixth at Pat Hicks Invitational

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WNBA Stars Join NBA All-Stars in Dallas

— Becky Hammon, Angel McCoughtry, Nicole Powell and Marie Ferdinand-Harris to 
Compete in 2010 Haier Shooting Stars —
— Lisa Leslie, Alana Beard and Kara Lawson 
Highlight WNBA Players at NBA All-Star Celebration —

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January GTR Student Athlete of the Month

Joshua Bentley of Tulsa Memorial High School is the January 2010 Student Athlete of the Month honoree.

Bentley is a varsity swimmer for the Chargers. He holds a 3.31 .

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Golden Hurricane Calls for Whiteout


Tulsa face nemesis Memphis Tigers on Saturday at 6 pm

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Straight from the Ice

The Tulsa Oilers play three home games this week, including two major weekend fund raisers. The Oilers host the Colorado Eagles Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. The Oilers then visit the Allen Americans Thursday at 7:30 p.m. On Friday the Oilers will be having a fundraising evening for as they host Mississippi RiverKings and on Saturday against the Amarillo Gorillas will have their second Pink In The Rink Night for the benefit of the Komen Tulsa Foundation. Friday and Saturday’s games both start at 7:35 p.m. at the BOK Center. All games can be heard via the internet at and viewed at CHL TV.

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ORU Pole Vaulters Shine at Wichita State

The track and field teams return to action this weekend at the Cyclone Classic in Ames, Iowa.

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Empire Football League Announces 2010 Season Schedule

The Empire Football League held its 41st Annual Meeting recently in Amsterdam, New York and announced that it will have 7 member teams for the 2010 season. The Amsterdam Zephyrs will return from a leave of absence, while a new team, the New York Stallions of Oneonta joined the league.

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Courtesy: ORU Media Relations

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Oral Roberts University women’s basketball team couldn’t overcome a 15-point halftime deficit to fall to IPFW by a score of 96-83 on Monday night at Memorial Coliseum. The Golden Eagles had their winning streak snapped at seven games and drop to 16-8 overall and 10-3 in Summit League play.

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