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Get familiar with the faces and places of OSU athletics

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Mike Gundy:

Mike Gundy

Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy referred to background checks as "the new fad" during his National Signing Day news conference.

Oklahoma State football coach, 104-50 record in 12 seasons at the helm,

including the 2011 Big 12 title; former OSU quarterback, 1986-89, iconic mullet

Mike Boynton:

Mike Boynton

Mike Boynton shakes a photographer's hand during Oklahoma State's annual spring football game.

OSU men’s basketball coach; in his first season as coach at OSU; Cowboys’

assistant coach last season; played at South Carolina from 2000-04

Mike Holder:

OSU Athletic Director Mike Holder

OSU athletics director; former OSU men’s golf coach, leading OSU to 25

conference championships and eight national championships in 32 seasons

Josh Holliday:

OSU baseball coach Josh Holliday

OSU baseball coach; won the Big 12 tournament last season; former OSU

baseball player, 1996-1999

John Smith:

OSU wrestling coach John Smith

OSU wrestling coach; the 13-time Big 12 Coach of the Year coach has

brought OSU five national championships; former OSU wrestler, 1984-1988,

and Olympian, winning two NCAA championships and Olympic gold medals


Boone Pickens:

OSU donor T. Boone Pickens

OSU’s largest donor; OSU alumnus; namesake of Boone Pickens Stadium

Boone Pickens Stadium:

Boone Pickens Stadium

Home of OSU’s football team since 1919; named for OSU donor Boone

Pickens; re-dedicated in 2009 after major renovations; formerly Lewis Field;

on south side of Hall of Fame Avenue

Gallagher-Iba Arena:

Gallagher-Iba Arena

Home of OSU’s basketball and wrestling teams since 1938; named for former

OSU wrestling coach Ed Gallagher and basketball and baseball coach Henry

Iba; connected to Boone Pickens Stadium

Allie P. Reynolds Stadium:

Allie P. Reynolds Stadium

Home of OSU’s baseball team; named for OSU baseball player and six-time

World Series champion Allie P. Reynolds; on Knoblock Street on north side of

Hall of Fame Avenue

Sherman E. Smith Training Center:

Sherman E. Smith Training Center

Practice facility for several OSU athletic teams; opened in 2013; named for

OSU donor Sherman E. Smith; across Hall of Fame Avenue from Boone

Pickens Stadium and Gallagher-Iba Arena

Cowgirl Soccer Complex:

Cowgirl Soccer Complex

The Oklahoma State women's soccer team will have a revamped facility by 2018. The complex will be at same site of the Cowgirl Soccer Complex, which will host the Cowgirls' games in 2017 while under construction. The upgraded stadium will be named for OSU graduate Neal Patterson, the benefactor

Karsten Creek Golf Course:

Karsten Creek Golf Course

Home of OSU’s golf teams since 1994; west of Stillwater on Highway 51.