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High Noon Highlights (3/15): Cowgirl Golf places second in Hawaii

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Cowgirls finish strong in Hawaii:

The Cowgirls finished in second place at the Donnis Thompson Invitational in Hawaii, good for their best finish on the season. Chih-Min Chen had her best finish as a cowgirl at 7-over par. Texas distanced themselves from the pack, winning by a full 24 strokes. Next, the Cowgirls head to Tempe for the Arizona State Ping Invitational.

Cowgirl Softball wins 12th straight game:

The Cowgirls are on a run!

They now lead the NCAA in whammys (tips hat to Champ Kind) this season with 41, after they added four against Central Arkansas 4 homers in their win against Central Arkansas. Madi Sue Montgomery had half of the Cowgirls’ homers on Wednesday. They are now just 12 home runs away from a program record. Get out to the Cowgirl Softball Complex this weekend.

Three Cowboy golfers selected for Arnold Palmer Cup:

Oklahoma State will be well represented at the Arnold Palmer Cup at Evian Resort Golf Club in Orlando, Fl.

Viktor Hovland will represent the international team, while Zach Bauchou and Matthew Wolff will compete on the U.S. side. The format is a Ryder Cup style, but with an added twist this year: having U.S. collegiate golfer play their counter parts from around the world.