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Former Oklahoma State star goalkeeper Adrianna Franch named to USWNT Olympic qualifying team
She has the most shutouts in OSU history and the sixth most all time. She’s also the only player to ever win two NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year Awards. Good luck Adriana!
20 Players.— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) January 17, 2020
One Nation. One Team.
Road to #Tokyo2020 begins in Houston on Jan. 28
D1Baseball’s Aaron Fitt breaks down this year’s OSU baseball team
Top 25 Breakdown: The nation's No. 3 recruiting class helped @OSUBaseball reload after losing some key pieces from last year's super regional team. If the newcomers live up to high hopes, No. 22 #OKState will be very dangerous again:https://t.co/hBReLuBRzu— Aaron Fitt (@aaronfitt) January 17, 2020
Oklahoma State Cross Country heads to Fayetteville for first meet of new year
The Pokes are heading to Fayetteville for their first meet of the new year after kicking off their season back on December 6 at the Bob Timmons Challenge. The Cowboys and Cowgirls produced four individual champions, as Ryan Roane won the women’s long jump, Juan Diego Castro won the men’s 1,000 meters, and Hannah Bradford and Torrey Hickel each took home shot-put titles. okstate.com
♀️ Back on the track! ♂️— OKState XC/T&F (@run4okstate) January 17, 2020
Follow along for updates this afternoon as the Pokes compete in Fayetteville for the first of three times this season. #okstate | #GoPokes pic.twitter.com/q9gD6J5UEO
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