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UCO golf sixth at national golf tournament
No. 1-ranked Central Oklahoma used a back-nine rally to overcome a rough start and stay in the mix of things on the second day of the NCAA Division II Men's Golf Championships here Tuesday.
UCO men’s golf goes to Division II nationals Monday
Central Oklahoma will be one of the favorites when the No. 1-ranked Bronchos travel to Florence, Ala., Monday for the start of the 2011 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Championships.
Evans, Central sign seven new Bronchos
Central Oklahoma men’s basketball coach Terry Evans has announced the addition of seven players to the roster for 2011-12, with the Bronchos signing four talented transfers and three highly-touted state high school recruits.
OC announces fund raising campaign for new softball field
Oklahoma Christian University announced today that it is launching a fundraising drive to build a first-class softball stadium. Ricky and Kelly Lawson will lead the drive.
Bronchos win regional, earn spot at nationals
There may be no stopping Central Oklahoma now.
Eagles fall in SAC tournament
The Oklahoma Christian baseball team fell to No. 2 Oklahoma City University 4-3 in the first round of games during the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament on Wednesday.
UCO women finish 4th in regional
There would be no back-nine rally for Central Oklahoma in the final round of the NCAA Division II West Regional Tuesday as the Bronchos fell short in Their bid for a national tournament berth.
UCO ready for regionals
Top-ranked Central Oklahoma looks to continue a dominating year and earn a spot in the NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Championships when the Bronchos head to Georgetown, Ky. for the start of the South Central/Central Regional.
UCO baseball sweeps Patriots
Mac Gordon and Josh Rolan dominated on the mound to lead Central Oklahoma to a doubleheader sweep of Arlington Baptist Thursday at Wendell Simmons Field as the Bronchos continued their impressive season-ending resurgence.
Eagles yield final home game to Storm
The Oklahoma Christian baseball team fell to Southern Nazarene University 8-6 on Thursday night in their final game at Dobson Field this season.
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