OSU Track Wraps Up First Day at NCAA Championships
The Oklahoma State track and field program wrapped up its first day at the Outdoor Championships Wednesday as Natalja Piliusina advanced to the women’s 800 meters final and Tone Hjalmarsen earned USTFCCCA Second-Team All-America honors in the women’s 10,000 meters final.
Holt to Miss Four to Six Weeks
Amber Holt is scheduled to miss the next four-to-six weeks with a broken left thumb suffered during the Shock’s 75-65 loss to the Minnesota Lynx on June 7.
Cowgirls Bow Out of WCWS With Loss to Cal
Oklahoma State’s softball team ended its historic 2011 season Saturday at Hall of Fame Stadium as the Cowgirls were eliminated from their seventh Women’s College World Series with a 6-2 loss to California.
Late Rally Falls Short For Cowboys
Oklahoma State had the bases loaded with one out in the ninth inning but grounded into a game-ending double play as the Cowboys’ season came to an end in the Nashville Regional with a 3-2 loss to Belmont Saturday at Hawkins Field.
Tulsa Professional Sports Offer Action, Entertainment
Tulsa Oilers Coach Bruce Ramsay will return for his third season in 2011-12. The Central Hockey League franchise signed Ramsay after he led the Oilers to postseason play for the first time in six seasons, their first winning record since 2006 and their first playoff series victory since 1994.
Johnson Earns All-America Honors
Oklahoma State junior first baseman Zach Johnson has been named a 2011 Louisville Slugger All-American, it was announced today by Collegiate Baseball newspaper.
Shock Announces 2011 Broadcast Schedule
The Tulsa Shock and Cox Communications have reached an agreement to televise four road games during the 2011 season.
The telecasts begin with the Shock’s season opener against the San Antonio Silver Stars on Saturday, June 4 at 7:00 pm . The next telecast will be in Phoenix as the Shock take on Diana Taurasi and the Mercury on Sunday, July 10 at 5:00 pm .
Tulsa Rowing Club Juniors Offers Summer Camps for Tulsa Area High School Athletes
The Tulsa Rowing Club Juniors are looking for high school aged athletes to
join their competitive high school program. The team regularly competes on
the national level and our athletes are also successful in gaining college
scholarships at universities all over the US. The team will be hosting
summer camps in the month of June to allow participants to try rowing for
the first time.
Cowgirls Advance to WCWS
Oklahoma State’s women’s softball team held off Houston en route to a 6-5 victory in the decisive game of its Super Regional series on Saturday in front of 544 fans inside Cowgirl Stadium. The Game Three victory clinched OSU’s seventh Women’s College World Series appearance and the program’s first trip to the since 1998.
Caroline Hedwall Wins LET Event
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Cowboys Headed To NCAA Vanderbilt Regional
Oklahoma State was selected as one of 64 teams in the 2011 Baseball Championship field and will be competing in this week’s Vanderbilt Regional in Nashville, Tenn., it was announced today.
Cowboys Open Tourney With Win
In its first appearance at the Big 12 Baseball Championship since 2008, Oklahoma State picked up a 6-2 win over Baylor Wednesday at RedHawks Field at Bricktown.
Iba Awards Features Legends in Knight, Lilly & Taylor
Just a few weeks to go and tickets are selling out quickly for this year’s Iba Awards, which will feature Coach Bob Knight as the keynote speaker. Knight, who was the head coach of the 1984 gold medal olympic basketball team, named Henry Iba honorary coach of the team. Knight had great respect and admiration for Iba. Jason Taylor, with the Miami Dolphins for 12 years and most recently the New York Jets, and a favorite on Dancing with the Stars is the male recipient. Female recipient is soccer legend Kristine Lilly, one of the most decorated female athletes in U.S. history.
Congratulations to OSU Icons; TU Tennis Goes Dancing
Jane and I are looking forward to the Oklahoma State University in Tulsa event “A Stately Affair” this month where the 2011 Icons will be honored. They are Ebb Reeves, D.O., Robert McCullough II, D.O., Tulsa business executive Michael P. Johnson and the H.A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust.
OU’s Clendon Thomas Named to HOF
Former Oklahoma running back Clendon Thomas has been named to the College Football Hall of Fame along with 14 other players the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame announced recently. Thomas, a consensus All-American for the Sooners in 1957, is Oklahoma’s Big 12 leading 24th selection to the College Football Hall of Fame and the first since Tom Brahaney in 2007.
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