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High Noon Highlights(3/25): Cowgirl Softball Pitchers combine for perfect game

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Cowgirl Softball has perfect games:

Last night against UNT, Cowgirl pitchers Carrie Eberle and Kelly Maxwell combined their efforts to complete a perfect game. Coach Gajewski talked to the O’Colly after the game about the performance from his staff.

“It was perfect,” coach Kenny Gajewski said. “No runs, no hits, no errors, no walks — It’s called a perfect game and that’s exactly what it was. A dominant performance from those two. That’s who they’ve been, that’s what they’ve been doing this whole year. It was really cool to see.” {okstate}

This is something that you don’t get to see every ofter and it’s awesome for the Cowgirls.

Natasha Mack earns All-Region Honors:

Cowgirl basketball’s Natasha Mack has accomplished a lot this season. The latest being named a finalist for 2021 WBCA NCAA Division I Coaches’ All-America Team.

The distinction adds to a lengthy list of accomplishments this season for the senior from Lufkin, Texas. Earlier this week, Mack was named one of four finalists for the Naismith Women’s Defensive Player of the Year Award and has already received All-America status from Sports Illustrated and

Mack is a finalist for the Katrina McClain Award, which honors the nation’s top power forward as well. She was also tabbed as the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and was a unanimous selection for all-conference honors as well as the league’s all-defensive team. {}

John Lucas III and Tony Allen talk about win over St. Johns:

As part of their 68 shining moments series, the Field of 68 podcast had a fantastic interview with former Oklahoma State players John Lucas III and Tony Allen about on one of the biggest games in OSU basketball history, their massive win over St. Johns. They talk about that 2004 season, that game in the tournament and more! ‘

Around the Big 12:

Cyclones of of NCAA Women’s Basketball Tourney

Transfer drama

Lon Kruger to retire

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