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High Noon Highlights(11/10): Former Oklahoma State star could be headed to U.S. Women’s National Team

It’s high noon...here are your Oklahoma State sports highlights

NCAA Football: Baylor at Oklahoma State Rob Ferguson-USA TODAY Sports

Claire Gantz overcomes father’s death:

Hallie Hart, soccer beat writer for the O’Colly, wrote an outstanding place on Cowgirl FCf defender Claire Gantz. Gantz lost her father to an Illness in 2015, but not before her father gave her the encouragement she needed to make the final decision to commit to Oklahoma State. Hart does a fantastic job telling this story through a unique angle and it’s worth the time to read.

Gunnar Gundy’s unique quality:

Gunnar Gundy, son of Mike Gundy, has made a name for himself as the starting quarterback at Stillwater High School. The Tulsa World wrote a piece on something unique about Gunnar... he’s the only lefty in the family. He realized this at a young age playing baseball. This seems to be working out for him as he’s having a great season with 15 touchdowns, 1,465 yards rushing and only three interceptions.

Read the full story here:

Former Oklahoma State keeper Adrianna Franch could get chance with USWNT:

Former keeper with Cowgirl FC, Adrianna Franch, could find herself playing with the biggest team in women’s soccer. Franch is currently playing with the Portland Thorns of the National Women’s Soccer League, but she’s getting attention elsewhere. USWNT Coach Jill Ellis says that while she feels that she has her core group for the next World Cup, Franch’s resume as the NWSL’s best goalkeeper last season makes for a strong case.

That’s all for today folks!