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High Noon Highlights(8/16): Rickie Fowler withdraws from Northern Trust with injury, Cowgirl Soccer to open season

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Rickie Fowler withdraws from tournament with injury:

Just a week after a top 15 finish in the PGA championship, Rickie Fowler revealed he was playing with an injury. Fowler revealed via his Instagram that an MRI had confirmed a partial tear in his right oblique. Because of the injury, Fowler has chosen to withdraw from the Northern Trust, the first FedEx Cup event. It is unknown exactly when Fowler will return to the course but he seem optimistic it will be soon.

“I will be back healthy and competitive ASAP for the FedEx Cup and more than ready for the Ryder Cup!!” Fowler said in his post. ‘

You can read a full story from the Golf Channel here:

Best of luck for a speedy recovery Rickie!

Cowgirl Soccer to start season tonight in Tulsa:

The Cowgirl soccer season will be underway Thursday night when the take on The University of Tulsa at Hurricane Soccer & Track Stadium in Tulsa. The game is at 7:30 p.m.

The Cowgirls come off a 16-4-3 season in 2017 with a Big 12 title and advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament. it was a historic season for the Cowgirls as their 16 win total is the fifth highest in the program’s history. In-state opponent Tulsa went 3-12-4 in 2017. The Golden Hurricanes have played an exhibition game against University of Arkansas Little Rock on Aug.9 where they tied 1-1. Meanwhile the Cowgirls lost their exhibition game to Missouri 2-1. If you’re in the area, go out and support your Cowgirls. As defending champions with a brand new stadium, the Cowgirls has a lot to play for this season.

Lindy Waters To Be Named “ Indian of the Year” by American Indian Exposition:

Just a day after arriving back in the states after Cowboy Basketball’s Europe trip, Lindy Waters was honored with a parade in Anadarko, Oklahoma. He was named the “Indian of the Year.” The parade kicked off the American Indian Exposition.

He will be presented with the award later this week. Congrats Cowboy!

Other Stuff

Blake Jarwin looking impressive at training camp.

Justice Hill named a “David & Goliath Prospect” by The Draft Network.


Mike Boynton’s top 2019 target to announce his commitment today.

That’s all for today! We’re almost to the weekend people!