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HIGH NOON HIGHLIGHTS (1/30): Baseball is Coming

Here’s your daily dose of Cowboy news.

Oklahoma State pitching coach Rob Walton, left, talks with Remey Reed, center, in the fourth inning of an NCAA men's College World Series baseball game against Arizona, Friday, June 24, 2016, in Omaha, Neb. Oklahoma State catcher Collin Theroux is at right.
AP Photo/Ted Kirk

Welcome to High Noon Highlights, your daily rundown of all the things you might have missed yesterday in Oklahoma State Athletics.

Rob Walton Inducted into Cowboy Baseball Hall of Fame

Last Friday evening, the Cowboy Baseball Hall of Fame welcomed its newest member - former player and current pitching coach Rob Walton.

“The Wizard” went 20-3 with a 3.74 ERA during his playing days at Oklahoma State. He pitched 10 complete games and struck out 147 batters, according to his Oklahoma State biography.

Congrats coach!

Cowboys Featured on Two National Baseball Broadcasts

ESPN released its 2018 college baseball broadcast schedule, and the Cowboys are featured for two of their early-season games.

The Cowboys will head to Fort Worth for a two-game series with the TCU Horned Frogs, and ESPNU will be there to broadcast.

The games will get started at 9 p.m. on Friday, March 30 and 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 31.

Cowgirls Ranked 23 in Latest AP Poll

After suffering their first loss inside Gallagher-Iba Arena, the Cowgirls (15-5, 6-3 Big 12) dropped four spots to No. 23 in the AP Poll.

The Cowgirls are chasing Baylor (19-1, 9-0) and Texas (16-4, 7-2) for the Big 12 crown. Oklahoma State has a chance to make a huge statement tomorrow night, as they travel to Waco and attempt to hand the Bears not only their first conference loss, but also their first home loss.

Baylor is ranked No. 3 in the nation, behind UConn (surprise, surprise) and Mississippi State. Texas comes in at No. 8 and West Virginia (17-5, 5-5) rounds out the Big 12 teams in the Top 25.

Have a great day Pokes!