CRFF - High Noon Highlights (2/11): Matthew Wolff continues to dominate

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Welcome to High Noon Highlights, a place to catch up on everything you missed in Oklahoma State Athletics.

It’s High Noon...

#GolfSchool wins again


.@OSUCowboyGolf sophomore @matthew_wolff5 made an impressive PGA Tour debut last week at the #WMPO.

Six days later, Wolff was back to playing with – and dominating – college competition.https://t.co/rAcxfBxdf1 pic.twitter.com/Ieeey27sie

— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) February 10, 2019

After participating in the Waste Management Open in Phoenix, Matthew Wolff headed further west to Hawaii to rejoin his teammates on the Oklahoma State golf team. He proceeded to shoot -18 in the 54-hole competition to win by three strokes. The Oklahoma State team shot -47 on the weekend to win the tournament at Waikoloa Beach for the second consecutive year.

Also, this might be a pretty big deal:

As for Wolff, he is four victories shy of the NCAA single-season record of eight shared by Tiger Woods and Matt Hill.
John Lucas III reflects on his time at Oklahoma State


Former @OSUMBB stars Tony Allen & John Lucas III joined the @ChrisVernonShow earlier today for #TuesdaysWithTony.

Lucas looks back on his time at @OSUMBB.

Lucas: "Coach Sutton probably saved my life" #CVDirect

Want the full show?https://t.co/sjXaqtQhSG pic.twitter.com/FbknnyXTMa

— Grind City Media (@grindcitymedia) February 5, 2019

This is a quick minute and a half clip of an interview that John Lucas III and Tony Allen did together on the Chris Vernon Show. Lucas talks about his maturation after transferring from Baylor, and how Coach Sutton had a lot of influence in that.

Cowboy Baseball in the preseason Regional predictions


FIELD OF 64: Should everything go as planned, here's how the @NCAACWS Field of 64 would look in May >>

Did your team make the cut?https://t.co/Npol7oUrS8 pic.twitter.com/HBOhiEk6hH

— D1Baseball (@d1baseball) February 11, 2019

College baseball is a tough sport to predict, but D1 Baseball did their best to predict the field of 64 teams that will compete for the chance to head to Omaha for the College World Series. In the initial prediction, they have Oklahoma State has the 2 seed in the Louisville Regional. There are there along with #3 Minnesota and #4 Canisius.

Derek White is STRONG


Cowboy Bulk Job with the in-season 405 x 2! Nice work Derek! @CowboyWrestling pic.twitter.com/XeNzMSeHIP

— Gary Calcagno, M.A., MSCC, RSCC*E (@calcagnogary) February 11, 2019

I’d say this is a pretty good reason why Derek White is ranked #2 in the country in the heavyweight weight class. So far this season, White is 21-1, including seven of those wins by pin.

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