Oilers have Chance To Clinch Playoff Berth

On Verge: The Tulsa Oilers (31-24-2, 64 Points 3rd Place Berry Conference) have three games this week, needing just one win to earn their first playoff berth in six years. The Oilers host the Wichita Thunder Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. then head west for games at Rapid City Friday and Colorado Saturday with both of those games starting at 8:05 p.m. Central time. All three games this week begin at 7:05 p.m. and can be accessed via the internet at www.tulsaoilers.com and TV.

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University of Oregon Athletic Department Releases Statement in Response to Recent Recruiting Rumors

“We have previously stated that we have not been in contact with anyone from the or Pacific-10 Conference in regards to these practices and that situation remains unchanged.”

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TU Men’s Basketball Holds Serve With 66-59 Win Over Tulane

Golden Hurricane move into four-way tie for second in C- standings with two games to play

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Tulsan Bob Carpenter Hopes for Nationals Turnaround


The Philadelphia Phillies will win the 2012 National League pennant and probably the World Series. That prediction comes from one of the most knowledgeable baseball men living in Tulsa: Bob Carpenter. “They have the best starting pitching rotation in baseball. They lost Jayson Werth in a trade that will rob them of some power; but with that pitching, they won’t be a team that needs to score six runs a game to win.”

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NCAA Basketball Tournament Returning to Tulsa


The basketball tournament is coming back to Tulsa in March for the first time in 25 years, with the University of Tulsa serving as the host school. Excitement is expected, but the six local games will have to be pretty high on the excitement barometer to match some of the truly amazing history produced by their predecessors.

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Bishop Kelley 2011 Signees

STELLAR ATHLETES: Bishop Kelley continues its tradition of sending student athletes to stellar colleges and universities.

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Holland Hall 2011 Signees

DUTCHMEN FOREVER: Holland Hall also continues its rich tradition of sending student athletes to fine higher education institutions.

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Drillers Announce Espy as Manager

The Tulsa Drillers will have a new manager for the 2011 Texas League season. The franchise recently announced that Duane Espy will replace Ron Gideon in the Tulsa dugout.

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Oilers Dramatic Season is Fragile


Like an eternal soap opera, the Tulsa Oilers saga continues. And the story is full of drama. Will the Oilers have their first winning season in five years? Will they reach the Central Hockey League playoffs for the first time in six seasons. Will they win their first postseason series since 1994?

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Howard is Sportscaster of the Year

GOLDEN VOICE: Bruce Howard, the director of sportscasting for University of Tulsa athletics was recently named Sportscaster of the Year by Tulsa Sports Charities.

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Elser Consolation Champion At Collegiate Equitation Challenge

Cowgirl freshman Sammy Elser earned championship honors in the consolation bracket at the Winter Equestrian Festival Collegiate Equitation Challenge in Wellington, Fla., Friday afternoon.

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Kansas No. 1 in Feb. 14 Men’s Basketball National Polls

Kansas (24-1, 9-1 Big 12) men’s basketball moved up one spot to No. 1 for the first time in the 2010-11 season as the Associated Press and /USA Today Coaches’ polls were released Feb. 14.

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NCAA Tournament Stop at the BOK Center Means Major Economic Impact for Tulsa

“The Final Four Goes Through Tulsa” has been a common theme in the northeastern Oklahoma community the last six months. Why? Tulsa is one of eight sites nation-wide to host the 2011 Second & Third Rounds of the Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament in March.

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Oilers’ Home Stand Continues

By Steve McCall

(25-21-2, 52 Points Tied 2nd Place Berry Conference)

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