July 28, 2016

OCU’s Tortorelli named Sooner Athletic Conference SID of the Year

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City University’s Rich Tortorelli has been selected as the 2016 sports information director of the year by the Sooner Athletic Conference. The award […]
July 28, 2016

Lynn named OC’s interim athletic director

From OC Sports Murray Evans, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations OKLAHOMA CITY – David Lynn will serve as Oklahoma Christian’s interim athletic director while the university […]
July 27, 2016

NSU men’s golf earns President’s Special Recognition accolade

From NSU Sports Cedrique Flemming, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations NORMAN – The Northeastern State men’s golf team was honored as a GCAA All-Academic Team for 2015-16, […]
July 26, 2016

UCO hires former RSU coach Fosdick to take the helm of men’s golf

From UCO Sports Mike Kirk, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations EDMOND – The University of Central Oklahoma announced Tuesday that Josh Fosdick was taking over as the […]
July 24, 2016

OSN 2016 Football Previews: Central Bronchos

Central Bronchos 2015 record: 8-4 Overall; 7-4 MIAA Head coach: Nick Bobeck, fifth season In the last two years, the Bronchos have put together back-to-back winning […]
July 22, 2016

RSU releases fall golf schedule for 2016-2017

From RSU Sports Scott Slarks, Assistant Athletic Director for Communications CLAREMORE – Rogers State head men’s and women’s golf coach Josh Fosdick announced the fall schedule for […]
July 22, 2016

OSN 2016 Football Previews: East Central Tigers

EAST CENTRAL TIGERS 2015 season: 6-5 Overall; 6-5 GAC Head coach: Tim McCarty, 10th season For the fifth consecutive year, the Tigers finished at .500 or […]
July 21, 2016

UCO softball players to play on all-star team

From UCO Sports Mike Kirk, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations EDMOND – Central Oklahoma softball standouts Morgan Heard and JoBi Heath have accepted invitations to […]
July 21, 2016

Oklahoma Sports – County by County: Craig

CRAIG COUNTY County seat: Vinita Population: 15,000 High schools (4): Bluejacket Chieftains, Ketchum Warriors, Vinita Hornets, Welch Wildcats Universities: None State championships (11): Vinita has seven titles […]
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