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High Noon Highlights (4/29): Golf wins its 55th Conference Championship

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Cowboy Golf wins Conference for first time since 2011:

The top-ranked team in the country, OSU finished with a 54-hole total of 13-under 827 and 11 shots clear of the field. TCU was second at 838, while Oklahoma and Texas shared third place with matching 842 totals at the par-70, 7,201-yard layout.

Viktor Hovland was the best individual finisher for Oklahoma State, finishing second at -7. TCU’s Hayden Springer finished -8 to take the victory there. Matthew Wolff was the other Top 10 finisher for the Cowboys, finishing 7th with a -2 weekend.

Cowgirl Softball sweeps Texas Tech in dramatic fashion:

After a dominating victory on Friday, Saturday was much different. Down 7-0 early in the game, the Cowgirls chipped away and a Chyenne Factor RBI single gave them the lead in the bottom of the 6th, 8-7.

Then on Sunday, what a freaking finish.

Samantha Show called game. Then mic dropped to end the series. #LetTheKidsPlay

Several former Cowboy football players sign UDFA deals:

Best of luck to all these Cowboys in their pro careers!!!

Donnie Walton heating up in Double-A:

Around the Big 12:

Dalton Risner becomes highest drafted K-State offensive lineman

Baylor sweeps TCU in weekend series

RCT talks about a four-team basketball playoff

Texas Tech’s Chris Beard inks new deal

Around the Sports World:

James Harden wants a “fair chance” from the referees LOL

MLB’s No. 1 prospect Vlad Guerrero Jr made his debut on Friday

Post-Draft rankings for all 32 NFL teams

Stars-Blues Game 3 tonight

Song of the Day:

In honor of Calf Fry this weekend...