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OC softball wins two to close regular season
The Oklahoma Christian softball team captured two victories in their double header against the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on Saturday winning game one 3-0 and taking the second 3-2.
Eagles lose finale to Stars
The Oklahoma Christian baseball team yielded their series finale with No. 3 Oklahoma City University on Saturday losing 10-1 at Dobson Field.
UCO tennis loses at conference
Central Oklahoma lost a pair of three-set singles matches and had an eight-match winning streak snapped with a 5-4 upset loss to Tarleton State Friday morning in the first round of the Lone Star Conference Women’s Tennis Championship.
Eagles upend No. 3 Oklahoma City
The Oklahoma Christian baseball team upset No. 3 Oklahoma City University on Thursday night with an 11-10 ninth inning win.
The Stars drove in a run two batters into the first inning to get the early lead up on the Eagles at 1-0.
OC hoops signs two
The Oklahoma Christian men’s basketball team has announced the signing of Nick Tate and Willie Harper who will join the Eagles’ squad for the 2011-2012 school year.
Bronchos win fifth straight
Arrow Cunningham drove in four runs to help Central Oklahoma past Oklahoma Panhandle 9-3 Thursday afternoon at Wendell Simmons Field.
OC tennis teams claim regional
The No. 5 ranked Oklahoma Christian women’s and men’s tennis teams both won their respective Unaffiliated Group 3 and Unaffiliated Group 4 regional tournaments on Wednesday to qualify for the NAIA national tournament.
Bronchos win Lone Star
Colby Shrum slid in a tricky three-foot par putt on the final hole to capture the individual championship and Central Oklahoma used an early surge to take control en route to claiming the team title at the Lone Star Conference Men’s Golf Championships Wednesday.
Eagles snag title in Ardmore
The Oklahoma Christian men’s golf team returned to action this week claiming a team title at the Oklahoma City Spring Classic tournament on Monday and Tuesday.
Broncho golf still leading at LSC
No. 4-ranked Central Oklahoma saw its lead dwindle, but the Bronchos are still in the lead after two rounds of the Lone Star Conference Men’s Golf Championship.
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