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Men's hoops team looks to beat Texas Tech to keep postseason hopes alive
Losing is never fun. Nor is being left out of the NCAA tournament. Oklahoma (13-10, 3-8) should know if the tournament started this day, it would not receive an invitation.
OU men's tennis team to host No. 27 Indiana
The No. 20 OU men’s tennis team hosts No. 27 Indiana at noon Sunday at the Gregg Wadley Indoor Tennis Pavilion.
OU, Missouri women's basketball teams set for final Big 12 clash
The OU women’s basketball team will look for a bounce-back win as it comes home to take on the Missouri Tigers at 2 p.m. Saturday at Lloyd Noble Center. This game is the Sooners’ last chance to even the series — 29-28 in favor of the Tigers — before Mizzou leaves for the SEC next season.
Oklahoma-born Sooners preparing for OKC meet
Many of the athletes growing up in Oklahoma dream of becoming Sooners, but most will never make it on an OU roster. A few do. Sophomore gymnasts Madison Mooring and Hayden Ward are the only home-grown Sooners on OU’s roster this season.
COLUMN: Fifth-ranked softball eager for new season
After coming off a lackluster finish in last year’s Women’s College World Series, the Oklahoma softball team renews its hunt for the national title against Cal State-Bakersfield at 1:15 p.m. Friday at the Sportco Classic in Las Vegas.
COLUMN: Sooners to face No. 1-ranked Arkansas
For the second time in three weeks, OU’s men’s and women’s track and field teams will travel to the University of Arkansas.
OU tennis takes to the road for third straight weekend
After nearly a week off, the OU women’s tennis team will once again hit the court at 11 a.m. Friday in Fayetteville, Ark. to take on the No. 32-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks.
Men's, women's track teams move up in national rankings
The OU men’s and women’s track teams have moved up in the national rankings following a solid competition at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational last weekend in New York.
COLUMN: OU women's gymnastics team has fighting spirit
There’s an old sports adage that says you can tell a lot about a team by how it responds to a loss. If that’s the case, the OU women’s gymnastics team was an open book during its upset victory Sunday against No. 2 Arkansas.
Women's tennis senior leads team by example
The OU women’s tennis team is young. Of the seven members on the team, two are freshmen and three are sophomores, leaving redshirt junior Peta Maree Lancaster and senior Marie-Pier Huet as the only upperclassmen on the team.
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