After its 4-0 sweep through the Big 12 Tournament, champion Oklahoma placed six of its players on the All-Tournament team, including ace pitcher and tournament Most Outstanding Player Jonathan Gray.
Catcher Anthony Hermelyn, first baseman Matt Oberste, second baseman Hector Lorenzana, third baseman Garrett Carey and outfielder Max White joined Gray on the team.
Oklahoma State, meanwhile, didn't have any players on the 12-man team. The No. 2-seeded Cowboys lost all three of their Big 12 Tournament games.
Tulsa Union product and West Virginia outfielder Jacob Rice was also honored on the all-tournament team.
SOONERS POST FIFTH STRAIGHT 40-WIN SEASON
Oklahoma's title-game win Sunday improved its season record to 40-19, marking the program's fifth consecutive season with 40 or more victories.
“I think knowing we were one of seven teams last year to win 40 games four years in a row was rewarding,” said OU coach Sunny Golloway. “We have seen really good programs struggle before with consistency. We want our program to be a model of consistency over the long haul and we knew coming in that winning 40 games was going to be a challenge for us. Overall I'm proud of the body of work for this team this season.”
COWBOYS WAITING, HOPING
Did OSU's solid footing for an NCAA Tournament berth lose traction with an 0-3 showing at the Big 12 Tournament?
Cowboys coach Josh Holliday admitted that Monday's selection show will come with some unexpected angst, yet also stated a belief that his club had done enough over the course of the season to secure a bid.