Cowgirls Finish Seventh At Big 12 Championship

Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team wrapped up play on Sunday at the Big 12 Championship with a 295 score to move into seventh place at The Club at Old Hawthorne.

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Cowboys Swept At Texas A&M

A five-run fifth inning doomed Oklahoma Sunday afternoon at Olsen Field as No. 6 Texas A&M completed a series sweep of the 15th-ranked Cowboys with an 8-1 win.

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Cowboys Take Aim At Fifth In A Row

Oklahoma State’s men’s golf team will head north to Hutchinson, Kansas in search of its fifth consecutive conference title this week when it begins play at the Big 12 Championship at Prairie Dunes Country Club. The top-ranked Cowboys will begin the 72-hole event at 8:50 a.m. () on Monday and will be grouped with Texas A&M and Texas. The tournament will consist of 36 holes on Monday followed by 18-hole days on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Sports Animal to Continue as the Voice of ORU Sports

The Sports Animal Tulsa has announced that it has signed a new two-year agreement with Oral Roberts University to host men’s and women’s basketball and baseball through 2013. Men’s basketball games will air on a combination of 97.1 FM and AM 1550 with all women’s games and baseball to air on AM 1550. The weekly Coaches Hour will air each Tuesday night on the FM. Kevin Ward, Program Director for The Sports Animal says; “We’re thrilled to continue our relationship with .

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Tulsa Shock Lands Cambage and Pedersen in Draft

The Tulsa Shock had the number two and number seven draft choices in the 2011 Draft and they worked out very well.

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66ers A Regular Powerhouse

The Oklahoma City Affiliation and Nate Tibbetts era seem to be paying off. For the second straight year, the 66ers have made it to the semifinals of the D-League playoffs.

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Talons Endure Growing Pains

The Talons are very young and had a bit of a rough start, but they seem to be getting it together. The veteran maturity of players like Jamar Ransom is huge and the young talent of Bobby Reid, TJ Williams, Brian Paysinger and others promises success and excitement heading into the future.

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Drillers Open with Huge Potential

After beating their Major League parent team, the Colorado Rockies in a preseason scrimmage, there seems to be a buzz around the Tulsa Drillers.

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Oilers Reach Playoff Stride


No matter how the Tulsa Oilers fair against Bossier-Shreveport in their second round of the Central Hockey League playoff series, the 2010-11 season can be counted as a success.

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Cowgirl Netters Come Up Short Against Kansas State

The Oklahoma State women’s tennis narrowly missed its second conference win of the weekend Sunday as the Cowgirls came just short in their upset bid of No. 41 Kansas State, 4-3.

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Cowboy Tennis Drops Match at No. 7 Baylor

The Oklahoma State men’s tennis team wrapped up Big 12 regular season play Sunday as the Cowboys fell at No. 7 Baylor, 6-1, at the Baylor Tennis Center in Waco, Texas.

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Cowboy Golf Finishes Second At Aggie Invite

Oklahoma State’s men’s golf team posted a 366 during the third round at the Aggie Invitational on Sunday to finish second to Texas A&M at Traditions Golf Club.

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Cowboys Win On Walk-Off Single in 10th

Davis Duren’s single in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted Oklahoma State to a Bedlam Series win Sunday as the 18th-ranked Cowboys knocked off No. 8 Oklahoma, 11-10, at RedHawks Field at Bricktown.

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Head Oklahoma State Football Coach Mike Gundy and Wife Kristen Endow Quarterback Scholarship with Nearly $167,000 Gift

Few Oklahoma State University () alumni have done as much to benefit athletics as Mike Gundy. He was a record-setting, four-year starting quarterback at from 1986 to ‘89. He returned to his alma mater in 2005 to become head coach and to lead the Cowboys to national prominence. This past season, he led to a school-record 11 wins capped by a school-record fifth straight bowl appearance, with a 36-10 win over the University of Arizona in the Alamo Bowl.

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Breeder’s Invitational Commits to Three Years in Tulsa

Mark Andrus, president and of Expo Square, and Ray Hoyt, interim senior vice president of VisitTulsa, were joined by Bob O’Bannon, executive director of Breeder’s Invitational, and Tulsa County Commissioner Fred Perry at a press conference announcing the signing of a three-year contract between Breeder’s Invitational and Expo Square.

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