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High Noon Highlights(4/30): Cowgirl Tennis to host NCAA regional this weekend, a chat with a new Cowgirl Basktball commit

Welcome to High Noon Highlights, a place to catch up on everything you missed in Oklahoma State Athletics.

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Cowgirl tennis’ reaction to hosting a NCAA regional:

Yesterday was “Selection Monday” for NCAA women’s tennis. The Cowgirls gathered to find out their fate. The news was awesome as they found out not only where they in the NCAA tournament but they would be a host this weekend. The Stillwater Newspress got video of the girls’ reaction.

What a fun moment for the team. Be sure you head out to the Michael and Anne Greenwood Tennis Center to catch the action.

Interview with Natasha Mack:

Oklahoma State is getting one of the best JUCO women’s basketball players in the country. Center Natasha Mack announced yesterday that she’ll be transferring to Oklahoma State.

After the announcement, Caleb Beames with KTRE got the chance to catch up with Mack and talk about the decision and how the second time on the recruiting lists was different.

Looking at how Oklahoma State’s draft picks fit in with their new teams:

Scott Wright of the Oklahoman took a look at how Justice Hill and Jordan Brailford will fit in with their new teams.

Hill has a chance for immediate opportunities in the Ravens backfield. Gus Edwards returns after rushing for 718 yards on 137 carries, and Baltimore signed veteran Mark Ingram. Both thrive on power running styles, while Hill is at his best using his speed and elusiveness in space. He could be the ideal big-play back to offset Edwards and Ingram, plus complement dual-threat quarterback Lamar Jackson. Baltimore went into the draft looking to add speed on offense, and Hill fits the mold. {The Oklahoman}

Around the Big 12:

Marcus Simms could be leaving West Virginia

Texas Tech bullpen finding a groove

How OU’s draft picks fit into their teams

Around the Country:

Von Miller is going to be a fashion correspondent for the Kentucky Derby because why not

Blues win game 3 of Stanley Cup Playoffs

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