• Cowboys must regroup, refocus ahead of NCAA Tournament

    Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 07:48 PM

    And while the memory might linger for some, that’s the only approach coach Josh Holliday can take with his club, which will learn its NCAA Tournament destination Monday at 11 a.m., when the selection show will air on ESPNU.

  • Cowboys eliminated from Big 12 Tournament as bullpen falters again in loss to Texas

    Saturday, May 28, 2016 at 12:00 AM

    The Cowboys blew a late lead for the second straight night at the Big 12 Tournament, with Texas rallying with a nine-run eighth inning for a 12-8 win in an elimination game at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

  • Stanford comes from behind to top Cowgirls in national championship

    Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at 12:00 AM

    TULSA — Those intently watching the dramatic conclusion of the NCAA women's tennis championship match Tuesday almost could have heard a pin drop. In front of more than 1,600 fans at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center on the University of Tulsa campus, Oklahoma State's Vladica Babic and Stanford's Taylor Davidson went toe-to-toe to determine whose team would win the national championship. The rest of the matches having long finished, all eyes were on court No. 2. Babic pushed Davidson to the brink before losing a 7-5 heartbreaker in the third set, and the Cardinal completed a comeback to deliver the 4-3 victory. “It must be hard on (Babic), but I'm so proud of her,” teammate Katarina Adamovic said. “She left


  • Oklahoma State football: Quarterback Mason Rudolph hits jet ski rider with perfect deep ball

    Kyle Fredrickson | Updated: 17 hr ago

    STILLWATER — Mason Rudolph is once again probably having more fun than you are this summer. One year after his religious retreat to Israel that included a run-in with members of the Backstreet Boys, the Oklahoma State quarterback once again sent social media on fire with another eye-opening post. This time around, Rudolph is vacationing with family at Lake Anna, Va., and tossing perfect deep balls to a jet ski rider with a flea-flicker assist from his younger brother, Logan, a 2018 Clemson commit. Take a look at the video on Rudolph's Instagram account and posted on the OSU football twitter feed.   #okstate QB Mason Rudolph, ladies and gentlemen! He's consistent in any

  • Oklahoma State baseball: Cowboys eliminated from Big 12 Tournament as bullpen falters again in loss to Texas

    Oklahoma State baseball: Cowboys eliminated...

    By John Helsley Staff Writer jhelsley@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, May 28, 2016

    The Cowboys blew a late lead for the second straight night at the Big 12 Tournament, with Texas rallying with a nine-run eighth inning for a 12-8 win in an elimination game at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

  • Oklahoma State football: Emmanuel Ogbah and Jimmy Bean discuss next wave of Cowboy pass rushers

    Kyle Fredrickson | Updated: Fri, May 27, 2016

    STILLWATER — Oklahoma State defensive ends Emmanuel Ogbah and Jimmy Bean are gone next fall and take with them a combined 42 career sacks. Next up? Four redshirt sophomores — Jarrell Owens, Jordan Brailford, Trey Carter and Cole Walterscheid — poised for potentially breakout seasons in 2016. “I think the most impressive part about all of those guys in how much they’ve grown since their redshirt freshman year,” Bean said. “Coach (Rob) Glass helped develop their bodies and coach (Joe Bob) Clements helped develop their mind and their game on the field.” Both Ogbah and Bean discussed the four pass rushers with The Oklahoman. Ogbah on Brailford: “Jordan

  • Big 12 baseball tournament: TCU clobbers Cowboys, 13-5

    Big 12 baseball tournament: TCU clobbers...

    By John Helsley | Updated: Fri, May 27, 2016

    With the loss, the No. 19-ranked Cowboys fell to 36-19 and dropped into a 7 p.m. Friday elimination game against Texas.

  • Big 12: Baylor's decision to demote Ken Starr figures to have an impact on Big 12

    Big 12: Baylor\'s decision to demote Ken Starr...

    By Ryan Aber | Published: Thu, May 26, 2016

    Starr has served as the chairman of the league’s three-member composition committee studying the issue of expansion.

  • Report: Former Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah signs four-year deal with Cleveland Browns

    Report: Former Oklahoma State defensive end...

    Kyle Fredrickson | Updated: Thu, May 26, 2016

    Former Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah is officially a member of the Cleveland Browns. Ogbah, the No. 32 overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, reportedly signed a four-year contract worth $6.6 million that includes a $3 million signing bonus, according to Ohio.com and OverTheCap.com. Ogbah celebrated the news on Twitter. Officially a member of the Cleveland Browns!!! All glory to God! #BlessedAndGrateful https://t.

  • Big 12's Bob Bowlsby: Baylor situation 'reflects on all of our schools'

    By Ryan Aber, Staff Writer, raber@oklahoman.com | Published: Thu, May 26, 2016

    Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said he was “interested” in Baylor's report that led to the firing of football coach Art Briles, but he said the investigation that led to the firing and other actions is not a league matter. “Coach Briles certainly has had a remarkable career at Baylor. They've won a lot of games and they've built a beautiful stadium,” Bowlsby said Thursday at Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City. “There's no doubt a sadness that goes along with his departure. And yet I think Baylor has been transparent in their handling in the matter. They've taken steps. I haven't any vantage point from which to evaluate that (Briles' firing) because I don't know the inside information on it.

  • Oklahoma State baseball: Conor Costello's blast lifts Cowboys to 10-4 win over Texas in Big 12 Tournament opener

    Oklahoma State baseball: Conor Costello\'s blast...

    By John Helsley Staff Writer jhelsley@oklahoman.com | Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    With one big swing Wednesday night, Costello flipped the script for his Cowboys and himself, sending OSU past Texas 10-4 in a Big 12 Tournament opener at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

  • Big 12 baseball notebook: OU's Jake Irvin takes shot to the face

    Big 12 baseball notebook: OU\'s Jake Irvin takes...

    By Ryan Aber and John Helsley | Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    Oklahoma starting pitcher Jake Irvin had a scare in the fourth inning of Wednesday’s eventual 6-0 loss to West Virginia when he was hit in the face by a foul ball in the fourth inning.

  • Stanford comes from behind to top Cowgirls in national championship

    Stanford comes from behind to top Cowgirls in...

    From Staff Reports | Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    TULSA — Those intently watching the dramatic conclusion of the NCAA women's tennis championship match Tuesday almost could have heard a pin drop. In front of more than 1,600 fans at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center on the University of Tulsa campus, Oklahoma State's Vladica Babic and Stanford's Taylor Davidson went toe-to-toe to determine whose team would win the national championship. The rest of the matches having long finished, all eyes were on court No. 2. Babic pushed Davidson to the brink before losing a 7-5 heartbreaker in the third set, and the Cardinal completed a comeback to deliver the 4-3 victory. “It must be hard on (Babic), but I'm so proud of her,” teammate Katarina Adamovic said. “She left

  • Oklahoma State football: Defensive lineman Nelson Mbanasor commits to Cowboys

    Kyle Fredrickson | Updated: Tue, May 24, 2016

    The younger brother of a current Oklahoma defensive back has committed to Oklahoma State's 2017 signing class. Nelson Mbanasor — a 6-foot-3, 250-pound defensive lineman from Hendrickson High School (Pflugerville, Texas) — made his decision on Twitter late Monday. His brother, P.J. Mbanasor, is a sophomore at OU. Hendrickson also produced former OSU defensive end Victor Irokansi. Mbanasor was named first-team all-district as a junior last season for a unit that allowed just 19.4 points per game, according to the Austin American Statesman. He reportedly received 20 scholarship offers, including Colorado, Kansas and Texas Tech. Mbanasor is the second defensive lineman pledge in the 2017 class

  • Power Lunch: Chat with columnist Berry Tramel

    Power Lunch: Chat with columnist Berry Tramel

    From Staff Reports | Updated: Tue, May 24, 2016

    Talk about the Thunder, OU and OSU with columnist Berry Tramel today at 11 a.m.

  • Oklahoma State raises more than $20,000 for Coaches vs. Cancer at Cowboy Classic golf tournament celebrity auction

    Oklahoma State raises more than $20,000 for...

    By Kyle Fredrickson, Staff Writer, kfredrickson@oklahoman.com | Published: Mon, May 23, 2016

    Dozens of prominent Oklahoma State celebrities stood before a crowd of orange-clad golfers Monday outside the Stillwater Country Club where local auctioneer Greg Pickens took the microphone for a noble cause: auctioning off the chance to play 18 holes alongside a fan favorite while spreading cancer awareness. At the conclusion of Pickens' quick sell down, OSU's Coaches vs. Cancer foundation raised $20,880 to fund research, patient services, and education through the American Cancer Society. Golfers bid for draft picks to select a celebrity to join their foursome on the course. Here's how the top five were picked and at what price. 1. Men's basketball coach Brad Underwood: $2,100 2. Football coach Mike Gundy: $2,300

  • Big 12 baseball tournament back in OKC

    Big 12 baseball tournament back in OKC

    From Staff Reports | Updated: Mon, May 23, 2016

    This is the 20th year for OKC to host the championship game. What keeps the Big 12 coming back to OKC?

  • OSU women's tennis reaches championship match of NCAA tennis tournament

    OSU women\'s tennis reaches championship match...

    Published: Mon, May 23, 2016

    The Oklahoma State women's tennis team will be competing for a national championship. The Cowgirls upset No. 1 seed Cal 4-3 in the national semifinals Monday morning at the Case Tennis Center in Tulsa to reach the championship match for the first time in program history. The national championship will begin at noon Tuesday.

  • OSU softball: Georgia eliminates Cowgirls in NCAA Regional

    From Staff Reports | Published: Sun, May 22, 2016

    OSU finishes 32-26 under first-year coach Kenny Gajewski.

  • NCAA Tennis: Oklahoma State women advance to Final Four

    By Mark Cooper Tulsa World | Published: Sun, May 22, 2016

    Tulsa — As her eyes reddened and her skin became flush, Katarina Stresnakova's painted-white fingernails covered her face before the tears started to flow. If there was ever an illustration of the phrase “overcome with emotion,” it was this. It was Stresnakova, 18 years old, more than 5,000 miles from her Nova Dedinka, Slovakia hometown, mere minutes after she clinched the deciding point to send Oklahoma State to its first Final Four. Stresnakova sat at a table under a tent next to Tulsa's Case Tennis Center, and she could not help but let her mind run through the tumultuous first year she has had in Stillwater.

  • Oklahoma State softball: Cowgirls win twice Saturday to keep season alive

    From Staff Reports | Published: Sat, May 21, 2016

    The Cowgirls, facing elimination from the postseason, had to win both to stay alive. They beat Maine easily behind a strong pitching performance from Kacy Freeze, who threw a complete game.

  • Oklahoma State baseball: Corey Hassell, Cowboys moving into postseason in style after sweep of Kansas

    Oklahoma State baseball: Corey Hassell, Cowboys...

    By John Helsley Staff Writer jhelsley@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, May 21, 2016

    Hassel, a product of Stillwater High, pounded a second-inning home run that helped send Oklahoma State on to a 8-1 win over Kansas — on Senior Day — that completed a three-game sweep of the Jayhawks and regained traction for the Cowboys entering next week’s Big 12 Tournament.

  • OSU softball: Cowgirls lost first-round regional game to Northwestern

    From Staff Reports | Published: Fri, May 20, 2016

    Oklahoma State will play Maine in an elimination game at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Athens, Ga.




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