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Oklahoma to Play Michigan in 2025, 2026

The University of Oklahoma and the University of Michigan have agreed to a two-game football series in 2025 and 2026. Oklahoma will host the Wolverines in Norman on Sept. 6, 2025, while the Sooners are scheduled to travel to Ann Arbor, Mich., on Sept. 12, 2026.

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Tulsa Athletics Advance to NPSL South Regional Semifinals

The Tulsa Athletics advance to the NPSL South Regional semifinals after clinching the NPSL South Central Conference Championship this weekend. The NPSL South Regional semifinals and finals will be held in Chattanooga, TN on Friday July 18 and Saturday July 19.

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2014 World Cup Results: Germany 1, Argentina 0

Germany beat Argentina 1- 0 in extra time in a close match. Mario Goetze scored the winning goal in the 113th minute of play. The win brings Germany’s World Cup titles to four.

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Here's to the Heroes Military Card Set Announced

The Tulsa Drillers and River Spirit Casino have teamed up with Folds of Honor to present the first annual Here’s to the Heroes Military Card Set at ONEOK Field at the June 30 Drillers Game.

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Two Tulsa Women Golfers in Action at British Ladies Amateur

Two University of Tulsa women golfers, junior Antonia Von Wnuck and incoming freshman Sana Tufail, will participate at the British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship, June 24-28, at The Royal St. George’s Golf Club in Sandwich Kent, England.

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Pre-Game Thunder Fun in OKC

Prior to the Thunder’s 6th playoff game all kinds of fun activities were going on in the street in front of the arena, TV, bands, dancers, crazy costumes, food vendors, kids playing basketball and more!

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Drillers Win First-Half Crown

CHAMPIONSHIP CELEBRATION: The Tulsa Drillers made ONEOK Field history in June by staging a late rally to defeat the Arkansas Travelers 2-1 and clinch the Texas League’s North Division first-half title and the playoff berth that goes with it.

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The Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Awards Banquet was held June 16 at the Tulsa Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center. From left are keynote speaker and OU Women’s Basketball Coach Sherri Coale, honorees Betsy King of the LPGA Tour and Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals, and Master of Ceremonies Seth David.

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Tulsa Tough Action

KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION SUPPORT: This year’s Tulsa Tough was another success for both bicycle riders and fans from all over the nation. Above, fans watch as bicyclists ride east on Brady Street near Boston Avenue. The event receives much support from entities such as the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

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The Patriot Cup, held Memorial Day weekend in Owasso, is an exclusive, invitation-only golf tournament and gala celebrating our nation’s heroes.

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ORU’s Trevino and Romano MLB Drafts

Jose Trevino became the third Oral Roberts University baseball player in three seasons to be selected by the Texas Rangers as he was picked in the Sixth Round of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft on Friday.

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Hurricane Basketball Hosts AAC Powers In 2014-15 Season

The American Athletic Conference announced recently the basketball conference opponents for the 2014-15 season at the league’s Annual Spring Meetings.

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Hurricane Softball Ranked 18/19, Best Finish in Program History

The Tulsa softball team is ranked No. 18/19 in the final national Top 25 polls, capping its record-setting 2014 season with the highest final national rankings in program history.

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Don Tomkalski is TU’s Champion of the Word


Soft-spoken Don Tomkalski has a powerful voice in athletics.

Members of the media listen to his every word.

Coaches seek his counsel on the art of communication.

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Shock's Diggin's Earns First Player of the Week Honor

Skylar Diggins of the Tulsa Shock and Alex Bentley of the Connecticut Sun were named the WNBA’s Western and Eastern Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played June 9 through June 15. The award is the first for each player during their respective WNBA careers.

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