Oklahoma scene: Oklahoma rowing team earns NCAA berth

From Staff Reports Published: May 18, 2013
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The NCAA Championship will be held at The Capital City Club's Crabapple Course in Atlanta beginning May 28.

OU GOLFERS HEADED TO NCAAS

The Oklahoma men's golf team tied for fifth place at the NCAA Tallahassee Regional, and after a playoff on the 18th hole with South Florida, OU will advance to its third straight NCAA Championships. The Sooners recorded a one-over 289 in Saturday's final round to finish with a 10-under 854.

OU's Abraham Ancer tied for 10th place with a three-round total of 209 (-7).

 

UCO SOFTBALL TEAM WINS SUPER REGIONAL

Hayley Hudson put Central Oklahoma ahead with a run-scoring single in the fifth inning, and the No. 19 Bronchos held on to beat Winona State 5-4 on Saturday to win the NCAA Division II Central Super Regional.

UCO (47-11) advances to the Division II World Series for the second straight year. The Bronchos will face Armstrong Atlantic in the eight-team World Series at 11 a.m. Thursday in Salem, Va.

UCO built an early 4-0 lead, but the Warriors rallied to tie it before the Bronchos took the lead for good in the fifth.

Nicole Workman was 3 for 4 with an RBI to pace the Bronchos' offense. UCO starter Kalynn Schrock (30-6) allowed eight hits and four runs, three earned, in a complete game victory. She struck out 11.

MCELROY, HOGAN WIN SILVER

Oklahoma City-based duo Kaitlyn McElroy and Maggie Hogan won the silver medal Saturday in the Women's K2 1000 meters at the 2013 ICF Sprint World Cup No. 2 in Racice, Czech Republic. The pair finished with a time of 3:39.969. McElroy and Hogan also finished fourth in the B Final for the Women's K2 500 meters with a time of 1:48.603.

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