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Oklahoma State Athletics Weekend Preview

Let’s check out what the Olympic Sports are up to this weekend

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While baseball gets most of the pub, there are plenty of other Oklahoma State teams in action this weekend! Let’s preview all the action.



The Cowgirls take a break from league play this weekend, when they head down to College Station to face No. 5 Texas A&M.

The Aggies have been red hot all season with a 32-3 (9-2 SEC) record. The team is batting .319, lead by Riley Sartain with an average of .409. The pitching staff has a unbelievably low ERA of 1.21. Meanwhile your Cowgirls currently hold a team batting average of .311 and are lead by Vanessa Shippy with an average of .404. The Cowgirl pitching staff holds a 3.59 ERA. The Cowgirl offense is almost on A&M’s level, so if the pitching staff can have a solid weekend, the cowgirls could be looking for an upset.

The series begins tonight at 6 p.m followed by 4 p.m. Saturday and 12 p.m. Sunday.

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The Cowgirls are at home this weekend to face two Big 12 teams in the Greenwood Tennis Center; Kansas State on Friday at 5:30 then No. 23 Kansas on Sunday at 1 p.m.

The Cowgirls are currently 15-4 (3-1 Big 12) and are No. 9 in the nation. They’re led by junior Vladica Bobic, who is currently 7-0 in singles and senior Katarina Adamovic, who is 9-1 in singles play. Kansas State currently has a 11-9 (2-2 Big 12) record with Livia Cirnu holding a 13-3 record.

No. 23 Kansas currently has a 11-4 (3-1 Big 12) record with Tess Barnard-Feigenbaum bringing a 12-2 record into the match.

You can follow the Cowgirls on Twitter at @CowgirlTennis.


The No. 8 men's team will have two away matches this weekend; in Lubbock on Friday to face Texas Tech at 5:30 p.m., and in Waco on Sunday to face No. 3 Baylor.

The Cowboys come in with at an 18-4 (1-1 Big 12) record with Julian Cash coming in with a 10-1 overall record for the season and Arjun Kadhe coming in with an 11-1 overall record for the season. This will be the opening of Big 12 play for both Baylor and Texas Tech. Texas Tech comes in with a 9-10 record. With Alex Sendegeya posting a 9-3 mark in his last 12 single matches.

Baylor comes in at 19-3 with Juan Benitez coming in at 30-3 overall for the season.

You can follow the weekend matches on twitter at @CowboyTennis.

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The 19th ranked Cowgirls are in Athens, Georgia this weekend to play in the 45th annual Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic. It’s a combined stroke/match play tournament, with 18 holes of stroke play on Friday, followed by three rounds of match play on Saturday and Sunday.

They finished stroke play earlier today at 22-over, and tied in fifth place with Auburn and Southern California. Three players finished in the Top-15, with Emma Bronze leading the way at 3-over.

Match Play begins on Saturday. You can follow the event online at

And of course, you can follow Oklahoma State alum Rickie Fowler during the Masters this weekend.

Former Cowboy Alex Noren was also competing, but isn’t likely to make the cut after a 6-over 78 on Friday left him at 8-over for the tournament.