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April 13, 2014

Area college roundup

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Softball

COWGIRLS TAKE TWINBILL – Connors State swept visiting Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa 7-2 and 7-3 on Saturday in Warner. The Cowgirls will take a 28-9 overall record and 12-6 OCAC mark to Rose State College in Midwest City on Tuesday in another OCAC contest. NOC-Tonkawa falls to 10-31 for the year and 2-18 in conference play.

OU 2, BAYLOR 0 – Kelsey Stevens threw a one-hitter, coming four outs away from her second career no-hitter, as Oklahoma (32-8, 9-0) clinched a series victory at Baylor (29-9, 3-3) with a win on Saturday in Waco, Texas. OU has also won 14 games in row, tying for the ninth-longest streak in program history.

NSU DROPS TWO TO ESU – The RiverHawks fell to 25-23 and 11-11 in conference play, losing both games of the doubleheader to Emporia State, 8-0 in five innings and 5-1 in the second game.

TULSA SPLITS WITH E. CAROLINA – The Golden Hurricane softball team split its doubleheader against East Carolina as it won 11-9 in Game 1, and fell in Game 2 10-2 in five innings amid windy conditions on Saturday in Tulsa. Tahlequah ex Erica Sampson was 1-for-6 in the two games for Tulsa (37-5, 11-2 C-USA) with one run scored.

S. CAROLINA 7, ARKANSAS 5 – Chloe Oprzedek homered in her first at-bat and Stephanie Canfield drove in a pair of runs in Saturday’s loss to South Carolina at Bogle Park. Arkansas is now 25-19 overall and 3-11 in Southeastern Conference play.

Tennis

NSU (W) 9, LINDENWOOD 0 – The Northeastern State women’s tennis team defeated Lindenwood on Saturday in St. Charles, Mo., to claim a share of the 2014 MIAA Regular Season Championship. The RiverHawks currently sit at 18-4 overall and they finished the regular season 9-1 in the conference. NSU shared the title

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