A few slots remain open for the Old Spice Sam Bradford Football ProCamp, scheduled for July 10-11 in at the OU Intramural Fields in Norman. The St. Louis Rams quarterback, who played at Oklahoma and Putnam City North High School, will attend the entire camp and help provide instruction on the fundamentals of football. The camp is for boys and girls ages 7-14.
High school and college coaches from the Norman area will assist Bradford. Each camper will receive an autographed camp photo, T-shirt and a goody bag with more than $100 of merchandise.
The registration fee is $199 per camper. Go to www.SamBradfordfordCamp.com or call (888) 389-2267.
OU ASSISTANT GETS SPOT
Bo Hodge, an assistant coach for the Oklahoma men's tennis team, was one of three selections to mentor the U.S. Tennis Association's Collegiate men's squad this summer. Andres Pedroso of Virginia and Ryan Sachire of Notre Dame will join Hodge at a training program for the top U.S. college players in Boca Raton, Fla.
*Paola Costa and Lili Ferreira of Oklahoma Baptist were named NAIA All-Americans by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Costa was named All-American for both singles and doubles. Ferreira earned the honor in doubles; she and Costa have been doubles partners for three seasons and established several school records. Costa holds all career school records for No. 1 singles.
NO SURPRISE AT THE TOP
Debates can begin from No. 3 on down. Otherwise, the final ESPN.com/USA Softball poll offered no surprises at the Nos. 1 and 2. National champion Alabama topped the rankings, and Women's College World Series runner-up Oklahoma was second. Fellow WCWS qualifiers California, Arizona State, Oregon, LSU, Tennessee and South Florida rounded up the top eight. Missouri (No. 11), Texas (No. 12) and Texas A&M (No. 19) were the other Big 12 teams in the poll.
JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP THIS WEEK
The South Central Section Junior PGA Championship for boys and girls is scheduled Thursday and Friday at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City. The boys and girls winners will advance to the Junior PGA Championship from July 31-Aug. 3 in Fort Wayne, Ind.