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High Noon Highlights (2/8): Cowgirl Tennis gets revenge and more

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

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Cowgirl Tennis Avenges Loss to Florida

Yesterday, the No. 18 Cowgirls welcomed the No. 3 and defending national champions Florida Gators to the Michael and Anne Greenwood Tennis Center.

The Cowgirls went down 3-1, but stormed back for the miraculous 4-3 victory for the first victory over the Gators in school history.

Last season, the Cowgirls were eliminated 4-1 by the Gators in the second round of the NCAA Championships.

With the win, the Cowgirls moved to 6-1 on the season, with the lone blemish coming against Ole Miss. Up next, the team heads to Madison, WI to take part in the ITA National Team Indoor Championships.

Cowgirl Basketball Earns Another Conference Win

The No. 22 Cowgirls continued to win on Wednesday, this time defeating No. 24 TCU 71-54 in Fort Worth.

Loryn Goodwin was a monster for the Cowgirls, posting a double-double with 24 points, 13 rebounds, four assists and three steals in 40 minutes.

She balled out in front of her famous cousin, San Francisco 49ers’ wide receiver Marquise Goodwin.

Goodwin Added to Wade Watch List

As Goodwin continues to lead the Cowgirls to their 17-6 record and third place in the Big 12, the country is taking notice.

Goodwin was added to the Wade Watch list - one of only seven NCAA DI Women’s Basketball student-athletes on the list.

Goodwin is leading the Big 12 in points per game (21.1) and steals per game (3.7). She ranks second in the league with 5.4 assists per game and is fifth with her 2.0 assist-to-turnover ratio.

The Wade Trophy is awarded to the NCAA DI Women’s Basketball Player of the Year. It is named in honor of the late, legendary Delta State University head coach Lily Margaret Wade.

Ariel Atkins of Texas, Ruthy Hebard of Oregon, Teaira McCowan of Mississippi State, Jaime Nared of Tennessee, Tyler Scaife of Rutgers and Azura Stevens of Connecticut are the other six names on the Wade Watch list.

Cowgirl Soccer Adds Seven

While college football around the country claimed most of the headlines yesterday. However, college soccer also had its National Signing Day yesterday, and Coach Colin Carmichael added seven new Cowgirls to his team.

Welcome to the family Cowgirls!