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Daily Bullets (May 20): Pokes Land Big Time Wrestler, Cowgirls Advance to Supers



Thanks for stopping by – here’s your daily dose of Oklahoma State sports news.
Softball: Cowgirls 4, Michigan 1
OSU Bullets
•  Big win for the new Cowboy wrestling crew – a two-time All-American announced he’s transferring to OSU (PFB) • The Cowgirls finished off the Regional by beating Michigan and securing their spot in a Super Regional (PFB) • Fun to think about the Cowboy offensive line getting a fast start this fall: 
“It should give us an edge to start faster than everybody else,” (Joe) Michalski said. “Since we are not cycling in a bunch of new guys and trying to teach them the plays. … Doesn’t matter unless we do it. So, we got to know what we have and the opportunity we have, but we still got to seize it.” [TulsaWorld]
• Golf Updates – Viktor Hovland finished just a few strokes back at the PGA Championship (landing in third) and the Cowgirls missed the cut at the NCAA Championships (PGA + GolfStat) • ICYMI – the Pokes swept the Houston Cougars over the weekend and locked up the No. 2 seed in the Big 12 Tournament (PFB + PFB)
Non-OSU Bullets
• Seven of the most beautiful roads in the US • How to help a child pray (faith-based) These comments from an ACC school during their meetings last week were eery:
“Now look,” said one administrator. “It would have been the smart thing to do. The SEC and Big Ten have cut us open and they’re just watching us bleed out.” And, so, what now? On Thursday, the UNC Board of Trustees gathers again and Cunningham is expected to appear before them. Will another child of this fractured family be on the move out the exit door? Inside the Ritz-Carlton, a beaming Phillips continues to exude hope. “You always stay optimistic,” he said. “You have to.”

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