OSU Cross Country Schedule Released

The Oklahoma State cross country program released its 2010 schedule today, with the Cowboys and Cowgirls set to compete in seven events this fall, including two meets at the cross country course in Stillwater.

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NSU to Join Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Northeastern State University has accepted an invitation to join the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (). Dr. Don Betz, President, and Jeffrey Konya, director of athletics, made the official announcement Thursday afternoon.
Central Oklahoma also formalized its move to the . Northeastern State and will notify the Lone Star Conference of their withdrawals prior to the Aug. 1 deadline as required in the Constitution.

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OSU Has 14 Named Arthur Ashe Scholars

Fourteen Oklahoma State student-athletes have been named 2010 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars, it was announced by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education. had student-athletes from eight different sports named Ashe Sports Scholars, led by football and dance/pom, which each had three honorees.

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Lawrence, Berger In Alumni Game

Two of the lynchpins from the Tulsa Oilers last championship team in 1993 will return for the third annual American Airlines Oilers alumni game on Saturday August 28th at 7 p.m. at the Oilers Ice Center (64th and Mingo).

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Leftwich Returns to Tulsa as Offensive Line Coach

Spencer Leftwich returns to The University of Tulsa football coaching staff following three seasons at North Texas, announced Tulsa Head Coach Todd Graham. Leftwich will coach the offensive line for the Hurricane, replacing Herb Hand who is expected to be named to a similar coaching position with an school.

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Six Jayhawks to Compete at 2010 ConocoPhillips National Championships

Current Jayhawks Abigail Anderson, Brooke Brull, Joy Bunting, Shannon Garlie, Brittany Potter and Stephanie Payne will compete in the 2010 ConocoPhillips National Championships in Irvine, Calif. August 3-7 at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Complex. They will be joined by Danielle Herrmann, former KU standout and new Kansas volunteer assistant coach.

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TU’s Kinne Named to O’Brien Watch

University of Tulsa quarterback G.J. Kinne has been named to the 2010 Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award Watch List.

This year’s list, which was compiled by a subset of The O’Brien National Selection Committee, features 30 of the nation’s top collegiate quarterbacks who were selected based on player performance during the previous year and expectations heading into the 2010 college football season.

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ESPN Relies on TriCaster to Deliver Coverage of X Games to Attending Fans and to Those Watching Online

NewTek, worldwide leader of video and 3D animation products, today announced that TriCaster™ portable live production system will be used to produce and live stream extensive coverage of the X Games® 16 from several locations in Los Angeles from July 29 through August 1. X Games 16 fans attending the games will view content on the in-venue video boards at three X Games locations in Los Angeles: Staples Center, L.A. Live and Los Angeles Coliseum—streamed exclusively with TriCaster. Fans at home can watch extended live video content streamed online in HD with TriCaster at Facebook.com/xgames.

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Tulsa Public Schools 2010 Varsity Football Schedules

The 2010 football season looks to be as exciting as ever for Tulsa Public Schools’ teams. It all kicks off at the All-City Aug. 26-28. All nine varsity football schedules are right here…

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Kings of the Hill; Cascia Football Rules the Gridiron

By Joe Medina

Cascia Hall Looks to “four-peat” in 2010. A full 2010 Commandos Varsity Football Preview with schedule, coaches predictions and more is right here…

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PBR Returns to the BOK Center

The Professional Bull Riders, Inc. () elite Built Ford Tough Series returns to action July 16-18 at the Center in Tulsa, Okla. with the Express Classic presented by Cooper Tires and brought to you locally by Troy-Bilt and Blue-Emu.

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Brooks Overcomes the Odds

Jimmy Brooks has been riding horses his entire life thanks to the encouragement of his father. He became a jockey in 1984 and has been passionate about the sport ever since.

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TSC Hosts Todd Graham

The June Tulsa Sports Charities luncheon hosted University of Tulsa head football coach Todd Graham, who spoke about expectations for 2010.

TSC’s goal is “To raise money for charities, kids and scholarships, and have fun doing it.” They meet at the Silver Flame Restaurant for luncheons and host events with sports personalities in pursuit of funds. Tommy Thompson is the executive director of .

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St. Augustine High School of New Orleans Takes Trophy at the Legendary Cotton Bowl in Downtown Dallas

DALLAS, TX – June 25, 2010 – It was Friday night lights at the famous, maybe infamous, Cotton Bowl in Dallas where nearly 2,000 fans cheered on their home teams at Red Bull Game Breakers. The tournament attracted incredible blue chip talent to the same turf, some of the best in the South West today. In the end, it was St. Augustine High School from New Orleans defeating Cy-Fair from Houston, 31-14, to claim the inaugural crown.

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Kevi Luper Featured in SLAM Magazine

Oral Roberts’ Kevi Luper is featured in the August issue of Magazine as one of three “under-the-radar players who demand your attention”, along with San Jose State’s Adrian Oliver and Fordham’s Chris Gaston.

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