Cowboy seniors have chance to make history:
Cowboy seniors Jeffrey Carroll and Mitchell Solomon have a chance to make history tomorrow night when they travel to Hilton to take on Iowa State. They have the chance to be the first players since 1954 to earn a win in every arena in the conference over their Oklahoma State career. What an accomplishment it would be for these seniors that have given so much to Cowboy Basketball.
These 2 Cowboy seniors can accomplish something tomorrow night that hasn't been done by an #okstate player since 1954 - earn a win in every conference venue over their career. #letswork pic.twitter.com/hH0wKUGQjI— Cowboy Basketball (@OSUMBB) February 26, 2018
Men’s Tennis has success in doubles:
Over the weekend, Cowboy Tennis swept both Oral Roberts and SMU after winning the doubles point in both matches. After some pairing changes over the past few weeks, coach Jay Udwadia kept with that theme using four different pairings on Sunday. Getting the doubles point has been key for the Cowboys this season. Read more from the O’Colly here.
#OKState swept SMU and Oral Roberts thanks to its doubles success.— O'Colly (@OColly) February 26, 2018
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Cowboys left out of ESPN Bracketology:
ESPN’s Joe Lunardi released his latest bracketology, which featured 8 of the 10 Big 12 teams with Iowa State and Oklahoma State being left out (to the surprise of nobody). The Pokes have very slim chance of making the tournament now, and will probably need to win both remaining regular season games, and a couple in the Big 12 Tournament to have a shot.
NCAAM Bracketology - ESPN https://t.co/uL3N0o4hLF— Joe Lunardi (@ESPNLunardi) February 26, 2018
Oklahoma State vs. Kansas to be nationally televised on ESPN:
When the Cowboys take on Kansas in Gallagher Iba Arena this Saturday, the game will be nationally televised on ESPN. It’s always a huge game for the Cowboys when the Jayhawks come to town, and with the Big 12 Championship wrapped up for the Jayhawks, who knows how this one could turn out.
This just in ➡️ Saturday's senior day showdown against Kansas will air on ESPN at 3 pm ... but you'll want to see this one in person. #letswork #okstate— Cowboy Basketball (@OSUMBB) February 25, 2018
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