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Oklahoma State’s season closed with a 3-3 (4-3) penalty shootout loss to Texas A&M in the Sweet 16 of the 2021 NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina.

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On Wednesday at 11 a.m. Oklahoma State, the Big 12’s top scoring offense, battles Texas A&M, the SEC leaders in goals against average (0.728) in the sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina.

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A streak ended abruptly, while avenging the previous meeting’s loss never transpired in Oklahoma State soccer’s 4-0 loss at TCU.

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Four games into the spring slate, the Oklahoma State soccer team remains perfect.

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For coach Colin Carmichael, it will be reading one of his favorite Tom Clancy books. Olyvia Dowell will finish up the book she promised friends that she would have read by March 1. It will be music or a movie for Grace Yochum — really anything besides a book.

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The OSU women’s soccer team defeated Little Rock 3-0 to open up its spring soccer season. The Cowgirls played nine conference games last Fall but will turn to their spring schedule to boost their NCAA tournament résumé.

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The Oklahoma State Cowgirl basketball team defeated Southern University 68-34 on Wednesday night. OSU started off slowly and remained tied with the Jaguars after one half of play but dominated the second half and cruised to a 2-0 record.

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The Oklahoma State women’s soccer team had success at every level this season, and postseason awards prove that. The Cowgirls were represented at defender, midfielder and forward in the All-Big 12 Second Team.

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Amid the chanting, heckling and cheering that is commonplace in the rowdy atmosphere that always accompanies a Bedlam game, one sound never rang out — the blast of a blank charge from the shotgun of an OU Ruf/Nek.