June 28, 2013

Cooper departs; Golden Eagles’ lineup will look much different in 2013

If the ORU Golden Eagles are going to make a return trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2014, they will be getting there through the efforts […]
June 26, 2013

Glory Johnson named WNBA Western Conf. Player of the Week

Glory Johnson earned Player of the Week honors this week for the WNBA’s Western Conference. This marked the first time a Shock player has received that […]
June 25, 2013

OC, SNU find harbor in the NCCAA during transition

The 2012-2013 athletic year was a time of transition for a number of schools around Oklahoma that were making the move from the NAIA to NCAA […]
June 23, 2013
Tulsa Shock

Lynx wear down the Shock

The Minnesota Lynx took advantage of a Shock team playing on the road and in its third game in four days. Minnesota stopped the Tulsa’s winning […]
June 23, 2013
Tulsa Shock

Shock take down the Storm, 92-70, win back-to-back for the first in 2013

TULSA – The Tulsa Shock had big quarters in the first and the third on Saturday evening and beat the Seattle Storm for the second time […]
June 21, 2013

Panhandle Rodeo: A winning tradition

By Justine Gaskamp, OPSU Sports Information Director Goodwell, Okla.—Goodwell, Oklahoma:  population of 1,322 residents and nothing more than a speck on the map. If one blinks […]
June 21, 2013
Tulsa Shock

Shock end three-game skid with win over Sky

TULSA – The Tulsa Shock took a seven-point lead into the fourth quarter and only added to it Thursday at the BOK Center. Tulsa defeated the […]
June 18, 2013

Madden adds another honor at GAC Night of Champions

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Great American Conference named Southern Nazarene’s Amy Madden the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year on Monday night. Madden added yet another honor […]
June 16, 2013
Tulsa Shock

Fourth overtime in eight games brings same result for the Shock

Half of the Shock games this season – HALF! – have gone the distance and beyond. Unfortunately, the end result in each has been a Tulsa […]