July 28, 2015

Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 5 – The “other” Oklahoma school Not every school from Oklahoma broke ties with the Lone Star Conference in the summer of 2010. Cameron might […]
July 27, 2015

Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 4 – Two-year transition In the summer of 2010, five schools from Oklahoma made the decision to stop crossing the Red River for conference play. […]
July 26, 2015

Chicago claims first WPSL Championship with 2-1 win over SoCal in title match

Edmond – The Chicago Red Stars Reserves took advantage of goals from Mary Luba and Ashley Handwork en route to claiming the Women’s Premier Soccer League […]
July 25, 2015

Oklahoma City just misses berth in WPSL championship game

Edmond – Oklahoma City FC fell just short, suffering a 3-2 reversal to a tough Chicago Red Stars Reserve side, on Saturday afternoon at Thompson Field […]
July 24, 2015

Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 3 – Starting a conference from scratch When representatives from East Central, Southeastern and Southwestern left their final meeting with the Lone Star Conference as […]
July 23, 2015

OSN Poll – Biggest football surprise of 2015

Preseason polls will be coming out soon for the small colleges in the state. Almost always, there is a sleeper – a surprise team that has […]
July 23, 2015

Are you really Shocked?

The WNBA released a statement about the Tulsa Shock on Thursday confirming what had been broken as news on Monday. WNBA owners unanimously approved the relocation […]
July 23, 2015

Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 2 – Divisional differences In the summer of 2010, five of the six Oklahoma schools in the Lone Star Conference seceded from the LSC union […]
July 22, 2015
The Podcast!

Oklahoma Sports Podcast: Episode 95 – Austin Wood

Our guest on the Podcast today is Austin Wood, who is part of a group launching the Oklahoma Sports Grind on Aug. 1. The focus is […]