Oklahoma scene: OSU to retire Andrea Riley's basketball jersey

The 5-foot-5 guard from Dallas played the 2006-2010 seasons at OSU, finishing as the Big 12's all-time scorer with 2,835 points.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: January 31, 2014
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Former Oklahoma State women's basketball star Andrea Riley will have her jersey No. 10 retired during halftime of the Cowgirls' Feb. 16 game against Oklahoma in Stillwater. The 5-foot-5 guard from Dallas played the 2006-2010 seasons at OSU, finishing as the Big 12's all-time scorer with 2,835 points. She played for the USA Basketball Select Team and was the Los Angeles Sparks' No. 1 pick in the WNBA Draft.

Riley will be the fourth Cowgirls player to have a jersey retired, joining Liz Brown, Stacy Coffey and Clinette Jordan.

DIAMOND DINNER NEXT FRIDAY

The Oklahoma baseball team's annual Diamond Dinner is 7 p.m. Friday at the Chesapeake Courtside Club in Lloyd Noble Center. Former OU standouts Bobby Witt and Garrett Richards will be honored at an event open to the public. Tickets are $30 per person, and reservations must be made before Friday night. Call the OU baseball office at (405) 325-8354 for reservations.

MUSE HEADED TO JUCO HALL

Bill Muse of Connors State will be inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Men's Basketball Hall of Fame. Muse, who is in his 22nd season at the Warner school, has guided the Cowboys to four 30-win seasons, six Region II championships and seven trips to the national tournament. The Connors State program has won 500 games under Muse, who is also president of the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Another coach with Oklahoma connections, David Kragel of Walters State (Tenn.), will be inducted into the NJCAA Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. Kragel is a former Oklahoma State basketball player and served as a graduate assistant coach. He's guided Walters State to more than 800 wins in 37 seasons.

COWBOYS UPEND NO. 6 VOLS

The Oklahoma State men's tennis team pulled off a big upset Friday, beating No. 6-ranked Tennessee 4-2 before a sellout crowd at the Greenwood Tennis Center in Stillwater. OSU (6-0) came back from a 2-0 deficit behind victories from Jakob Sude (No. 1 singles), Arjun Kadhe (No. 3), Lucas Gerch (No. 4) and Brady Bohrnstedt (No. 5) singles. The Cowboys have beaten four ranked teams this season while getting off to its best start since the 1997 team was 7-0.