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Tulsa to Host National Soccer Tournament July 20-26

Tulsa will host the 2015 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships at Mohawk Soccer Complex July 20-26.

The U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships Series is the country’s oldest and most prestigious national youth soccer tournament. Ninety-six teams from around the nation will attend. The tournament is expected to have an economic impact of over $4 million in the Tulsa region.

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Owasso Pitcher Hopes for Major Leagues


“Every little kid dreams of playing in the big leagues,” says Jeb Bargfeldt, pitcher and outfielder for Owasso High School’s 2013 undefeated baseball team.

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Tulsa Shock Re-signs Courtney Paris

The Tulsa Shock have re-signed center Courtney Paris to a one-year contract. In 2013, Paris signed with the Shock as a free agent on June 22 during the season. Paris appeared in 23 games for the Shock in 2013, averaging 3.8 points per game, shooting 46.1 percent from the field and grabbing 4.1 rebounds per game.

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Danny Manning Becomes a Demon

Danny Manning has announced his resignation as The University of Tulsa’s head basketball coach, according to TU’s Vice President & Director of Athletics Derrick Gragg. Manning is expected to be named the head basketball coach at Wake Forest University, known as the Demon Deacons.

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Back In The Big Dance

TU WATCH PARTY: The University of Tulsa held a watch party at the Donald W. Reynolds Center on March 16 to learn who the Golden Hurricane would play in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Jubilation exploded when CBS announced that Tulsa would play UCLA in the first round. Tulsa received a No. 13-seed and the UCLA Bruins a No. 4 seed and would play on Friday, March 21 in a South Region game in San Diego, Calif.

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Tulsa Shock Call for Fan Photos for Locker Room Tunnel

The Tulsa Shock are asking fans to submit their favorite Shock picture or note of encouragement to be used in the locker room’s tunnel in the BOK Center. The fan submitted pictures and notes will be incorporated into a wall mural in the tunnel that leads to the Shock locker room. Also included in the mural, will be quotes from Head Coach Fred Williams and photos of historical Shock moments. The tunnel is a 115’ x 8’ area, with a span near 1,000 square feet. When the mural is installed, each featured fan’s image will be seen by the Shock players at each home game.

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TU Establishes Glenn Dobbs Fund for Football

The University of Tulsa announced recently the establishment of the Glenn Dobbs Fund for Football Excellence to address the most important needs of the football program.

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B.A. Girls Finish Perfect Season

NUMBER ONE: The Broken Arrow Tigers girls team celebrated winning the state championship on March 12 at the Mabee Center on the ORU Campus after defeating Edmond Sante Fe for the crown. The Tigers finished the season undefeated under the coaching of Mike Hughes.

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Bridget Pettis Named Shock Assistant Coach

The Tulsa Shock have named Bridget Pettis as an assistant coach on Fred Williams’ coaching staff. In 2013, Pettis was an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Sparks. Pettis was also an assistant coach with the Phoenix Mercury from 2006 to 2009 and won two WNBA Championships in 2007 and 2009. Pettis later served as director of basketball operations for the Mercury from 2010 to 2011.

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Tulsa Athletics Begin Play May 2

The Tulsa Athletics soccer team, a member of the National Premier Soccer League, will begin its 2014 play with the Red River Cup preseason tournament, to be held May 2-3 Athletics Stadium at Tulsa Expo Square.

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Union Redskins Celebrate Championship

The Union Redskins, under the coaching leadership of Rudy Garcia, continue to celebrate the team’s third basketball Class 6A championship after the 72-64 win over Putnam City West March 15 at the Mabee Center on the ORU campus in Tulsa.

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Tulsa Announces NCAA Selection Show Watch Party

With Saturday’s 69-60 win over LA Tech in the Conference USA Championship game, the Tulsa men’s basketball team receives C-USA’s automatic bid to the NCAA Championship.

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Drillers Manager Kevin Riggs Returns

The Tulsa Drillers coaching staff for the 2014 season has been set, and it will have a familiar look to it. The Drillers and Colorado Rockies announced that Kevin Riggs will return for his second season as manager of the Texas League club. In addition, pitching coach Darryl Scott and hitting coach Darin Everson will also be back for their second seasons assisting Riggs.

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Union Swimmer Balances Busy Schedule

For most young ones, swimming lessons and swimming for fun are as far as they take the sport. For Union senior Colton Posey, though, that was hardly the end of the story.

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Signs of AAC Appear

AMERICAN AT TU: The first visible signs that The University of Tulsa will be making the move into the American Athletic Conference in July 2014 recently began showing up on campus when the American logo was stitched into the turf at H.A. Chapman Stadium.

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