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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Turney born to coach

Former OC All-America basketball player Tasha Turney is moving closer to her home of Medford, Okla., to become the varsity girls head coach at Pond Creek-Hunter High School. Turney coached OC’s JV women’s team last year. Click here to read more in the Enid News & Eagle.

Monday, May 28, 2007

Softball recruit featured

Recent softball signee Brittany Rice was featured in the Sherman-Denison Herald-Democrat (click here to read the story). She was an second-team all-district selection as a sophomore and a first-team all-district pick the past two seasons.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Stay classy, San Diego

In a national tournament preview in the San Diego-area North County Times, Cal State-San Marcos golf coach Fred Hanover showed his respect for perennial national power Oklahoma Christian by saying, “The difference between us and teams like Oklahoma City and Oklahoma Christian is they never doubt their ability. Our team has more inexperienced guys who have trouble putting something aside when something adverse happens. In golf, something adverse always happens.” Click here to read the article.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Coale named ‘Best Dressed’

OC alumna Sherri Coale, the women’s basketball coach at the University of Oklahoma, was one of the winners in the first year of the WBCA Superlatives.

Coale was named the best dressed coach in NCAA Division I by her peers in the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.

Of course, OU’s 2002 NCAA championship game appearance and nine total Big XII regular-season and tournament championships give Coale plenty of substance to go with her style.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Video from the OCPYs

In late April, Oklahoma Christian hosted the inaugural OCPY Awards, which honored the “best and brightest” from the past year in OC Athletics. Click the icon below to watch excerpts from this special event. For the full story, click here.

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