Dodgers go bust in Reno finale

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RENO, Nevada– Rehabbing Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu delivered five strong innings, but the rest of the Oklahoma City Dodgers pitching staff struggled in an 8-2 loss Tuesday night against the Reno Aces at Greater Nevada Field. Continue reading “Dodgers go bust in Reno finale”

Gundy, Cowboys meet with media after first practice in pads

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STILLWATER– The Oklahoma State football team held its first practice in full pads Tuesday at the Sherman E. Smith Training Center. Coach Mike Gundy and several Cowboys met with the media afterward to discuss the day. Continue reading “Gundy, Cowboys meet with media after first practice in pads”

Cowboys lose to Italians in European tour opener

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VICENZA, Italy – Cameron McGriff posted 15 points and nine rebounds and Thomas Dziagwaand Isaac Likekele added 13 points each, but the Oklahoma State basketball team fell in its European tour opener, 99-72, to the Italian National Team’s “B” squad. Continue reading “Cowboys lose to Italians in European tour opener”

Former Tulsa tennis standout Arevalo wins first ATP major title

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LOS CABOS, Mexico — Former University of Tulsa Tennis standout Marcelo Arevalo achieved his first ATP World Tour doubles gold, winning in straight sets against American Taylor Fritz and Aussie Thanasi Kokkinakis, 6-4, 6-4, in Los Cabos, Mexico. Continue reading “Former Tulsa tennis standout Arevalo wins first ATP major title”

SWOSU soccer opens ranked No. 17

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – United Soccer Coaches has released the association’s national preseason rankings for men’s and women’s teams in all divisions of NCAA and junior college competition, as well as the upcoming fall season of boys and girls high school soccer. Continue reading “SWOSU soccer opens ranked No. 17”