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Oklahoma scene: OU softball team wins third straight, beats Pitt Panthers

Oklahoma State loses its final tournament game to Minnesota. Funeral services scheduled for legendary race car driver Harold Leep Sr.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: February 9, 2014

OSU (2-3) managed just two hits against pitcher Sara Moulton, who struck out 12 with no walks.

The Cowgirls next play Friday at the UTSA Classic in San Antonio. OSU will face Colorado State, Texas-San Antonio, Wichita State and Rutgers over the three-day gathering.


Funeral services for legendary Oklahoma race car driver Harold Leep Sr. have been scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at Southeast Baptist Church in Muskogee. Leep, 81, died Thursday from injuries suffered after falling on the ice at home. Leep was a five-time points champion at State Fair Speedway in Oklahoma City, while also enjoying unprecedented success at other tracks throughout the country. He was inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame in 2004.