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High Noon Highlights: Oklahoma State Baseball makes schedule changes

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OSU Baseball has schedule changes:

The weather has changed Oklahoma State’s plans to play baseball this weekend. After their weekend series with Same Houston State was cancelled, the Cowboys will now play the Witchita State Shockers. The Cowboys are set to play on Sunday and Monday at 2 p.m. It’s also changed their home opener which will now be Wednesday against Little Rock

Oklahoma State will open its 2021 season with a pair of games at Wichita State. The Cowboys will face the Shockers Sunday and Monday, with both contests scheduled for 2 p.m. starts.

OSU was originally scheduled to open its season with a three-game weekend series at Sam Houston, but weather related issues forced the cancellation of those games. {}

Interview with Dee Mitchell:

The Big 12 interviewed former OSU Basketball walk-on and now scholarship player Dee Mitchell as part of their One-On-One series, They talked about his surprise scholarship offer, what being a Division-I scholarship athlete means to him, and more. It’s a great interview that you should definitely check out!

Oklahoma State Softball chosen as a team with a chance at OKC:

This year's Women’s College World Series will be hard to predict. With so many returning players the field is tough. That being said NCAA digital reporter Michella Chester gave her thoughts on who might end up in OKC. The Cowgirls were one of those teams. Check out what all she had to say!

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