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All-Sports Roundup: Maddie McCrary Turns Pro After Earning Partial Status



In this edition of our all-sports roundup we update you on wrestling, a member of Cowgirl FC receives a national honor and a legendary Poke is honored for his time both on the mound and in the dugout.


Cowboy pitching coach Rob Walton and former conference Co-Player of the Year Tyler Mach will be part of the 2018 class to be inducted in the Cowboy Baseball Hall of Fame.


Sophomore Cowgirl Hannah Janson was named Big 12 Rider of the Month for her performance in November. Janson played a big role in the Cowgirls’ win over No. 2 Texas A&M on Nov. 19, where she earned her first MOP honor of the year.


Oklahoma State’s Maddie McCrary decided to forgo her final semester and turn pro after earning partial LPA status last Sunday. McCrary earned her Symetra Tour card for 2018 after finishing the final stage of the LPGA Qualifying School tied for 30th overall.

Former Cowgirl Linnea Johansson also earned Symetra Tour membership after advancing to the third stage of LPGA Q School.


Oklahoma State forward Haley Woodard was named a Third-Team All-American by the United Soccer Coaches last week. The junior became the fourth player in OSU history to earn All-America honors.

Woodard was also one of three Cowgirls to earn 2017 All-South Region recognition from the United Soccer Coaches. Anna Beffer was named to the All-South Region First Team and Laurene Tresfield was named to the Second Team.


OSU’s wrestling team recorded eight titles last Sunday at the Bob Smith Open at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays, Kansas. Cowboys Nick Piccininni, Kaid Brock, Dean Heil, Boo Lewallen, Jonce Blaylock, Chandler Rogers, Andrew Marsden and Blake Andrews all claimed their respective titles.

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