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2015-16 Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team Recognizes 445
Conference 06/23/2016

Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team honors 445 student-athletes.

Play Big 12 Male Sportsperson of the Year Nominees
Conference 06/22/2016

The Big 12 Sportsperson of the Year Awards began in 2000-01 to annually recognize student-athletes who displayed an extraordinary degree of sportsmanship and/or community service during the academic year. A male and female are honored each year.

Big 12 Names 2016 Spring Scholar-Athlete of the Year Recipients
Conference 06/09/2016

Honoring the academic achievements of some of the league's top spring sport athletes.

Beau Hossler wins Fred Haskins Award
Golf 06/07/2016

Beau Hossler has been awarded the Fred Haskins Award, the Fred Haskins Commission announced.

Big 12 Announces Championship Sites
Conference 06/06/2016

Sixteen championship locations for 23 conference-sponsored sports highlight the 2016-17 Big 12 Championship schedule, the league has announced.

Longhorns’ Gutsy Performance Comes Up Just Short
Golf 06/01/2016

On its opponents home course and down its top rated golfer, the Texas men's golf team fought until the very end.

Longhorns Will Their Way To NCAA Golf Final
Golf 05/31/2016

The Texas Longhorns are headed to the NCAA Men's Golf Championship Finals vs. Oregon thanks to a strong, two-round effort from their team, and a gutsy three-hole effort from their top-ranked player.

Red River Rivals Advance To Match Play at Golf Championship
Golf 05/30/2016

The Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners have advanced to the match play portion of the NCAA Golf Championship, finishing first and eighth, respectively, in the four-round stroke play portion of the tournament.

Three Squads Survive First Cut at NCAA Golf Championship
Golf 05/30/2016

The Texas Longhorns, Oklahoma State Cowboys and Oklahoma Sooners made the first cut at the NCAA Men's Golf Championship from Eugene, Oregon as three of the top 15 remaining teams.

Big 12 Golf Hitting Its Stride at NCAA Championship
Golf 05/29/2016

Day Two at the NCAA Men's Golf Championship saw Big 12 schools making moves on the leaderboard.

OSU Women's Golf Falls Just Short At NCAA Championship
Golf 05/23/2016

The Oklahoma State women's golf team shot the second-best four-round score at the NCAA Championship in school history, but fell just short of advancing to match play after a final round 4-over 292.

Cowgirls Advance at NCAA Golf Championship
Golf 05/22/2016

The Oklahoma State women's golf team advanced to the next round at the NCAA Championship after posting a nine-over par 297 in the third round at Eugene Country Club. After Sunday's third round, the field was whittled down to the top 15 teams and nine individuals not on an advancing team for one additional day of stroke play to determine the 72-hole stroke play individual champion, as well as the top eight teams for match-play competition. The top eight teams then compete in match play for the championship. The Cowgirls survived the cut, and are tied for 10th place at 12-over 876. UCLA leads the field at 4-under 860. The remaining 15 teams will play 18 holes of stroke play competition on Monday, which will air on the Golf Channel from 6-9 p.m. CT. After that round, the NCAA individual champion will be crowned and the top eight teams will advance to the match play portion of the event to determine the team champion. The Cowgirls are three shots back of a tie for eighth place at +9. OSU has now carded rounds of 284-295-297 to mark just the third time in school history OSU has shot sub-300 in each of its first three rounds at the NCAA Championship. Emma Broze posted the biggest highlight of the day for the Cowgirls on Sunday. The sophomore aced the par-3 11th, which is the first hole-in-one in competition by the Cowgirls this season. Cowgirl Linnea Johansson is the lone OSU golfer currently under par for the tournament at -1, 12 shots back of Virginia Elena Carta of Duke (-13). The Texas Longhorns and Baylor's Laura Lonardi also competed in the Championship. Texas finished 23rd overall at +33 and Lonardi tied for 27th individually at +2.