Cowgirls looking to get back on track
by Brandon Chatmon
The Oklahoma State women are in the midst of a three-game losing streak but the Cowgirls will look to right the ship against Texas A&M at Gallagher Iba at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
The vibe around the Cowgirls is surprisingly good. You’d think a team would be down after losing three straight games, and while they are understandably upset, they realize two things:
1) Except for the Nebraska loss which started the streak, it’s not like Oklahoma and Texas Tech just came and ran them off the floor. OSU knows they have themselves to blame for those losses as much as their opponent’s solid play.
2) Even with the losses, if they get it together they can still have a strong finish resulting in a top four seed in the Big 12 tournament. None of the team’s on OSU’s remaining schedule are unbeatable, especially if the Cowgirls stop beating themselves.
“If we continue to practice hard, things will turn,” OSU coach Kurt Budke said. “I don’t have a gym full of people feeling sorry for themselves or pouting. They’re working hard and getting better, it’s going to turn back (around).”
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