CRFF - High Noon Highlights (4/15): ICYMI, Hovland was the Low Amateur at the Masters

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Feb 17, 2018

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Hovland Highlights

Congratulations to Viktor Hovland, Low Amateur in the 2019 Masters. Here are the highlights of his week.

— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 14, 2019

It was awesome to see Oklahoma State golfer Viktor Hovland perform so well this weekend at the Masters. He shot -3 during the weekend, and had the lowest amateur score. That’s pretty awesome, but to then get to join Tiger Woods in Butler Cabin after the tournament is over had to have been pretty surreal as well.

#OKState's Viktor Hovland will go from sitting next to Tiger Woods at #TheMasters to maybe sitting at Eskimo Joe's in Stillwater tomorrow.

— Jeff Patterson (@jeffpattOKC) April 14, 2019
Cowgirl Softball gets a sweep at Iowa State

Three wins in Stillwater. Three wins in Ames. We call that back-to-back #Big12SB sweeps. #okstate

— Cowgirl Softball (@CowgirlSB) April 14, 2019

The Cowgirls picked up three wins in Ames this weekend, moving their record to 32-11 on the season. They swept a doubleheader on Saturday by winning 12-3 (5 innings), and 6-3, then getting a 12-5 win on Sunday.

Also, Rylee Bayless, have yourself a series!!!

.@Ms_Bayless9's final line at the plate this weekend: 10-for-12, 13 TB, 5 R, 4 RBI, 3 2B, 2-for-2 SB, 1 BB, .833/.846/1.083 slash line.

An unreal three-game series from the senior. #okstate

— Cowgirl Softball (@CowgirlSB) April 14, 2019

That slash line....holy ****.

Mike Gundy reflects on last season

#okstate Bill Haisten: During the best Mike Gundy interview I've gotten in four years, the Cowboy coach was tremendously candid. Why did OSU lose six times last season? ‘The first reason was me,’ Gundy says. via @tulsaworld

— Bill Haisten (@billhaisten) April 13, 2019

Gundy was very candid in this interview he did with Bill Haisten of the Tulsa World, something we really haven’t seen too much in the recent months. Be sure to give this a read whenever you get the chance.

“The first reason that we won only seven games was me,” Gundy said. “I went back and self-scouted myself, and I was to blame for the majority of it. Because of the way that I handled the team. The majority of it was me. Most of the years, I’ve done a pretty good job. Last year, from Jan. 1 until our bowl game (on Dec. 31), I didn’t do a good job.

The 2019 season is going to be a big test for Gundy & Co., and I am hoping that this sense of energy that Gundy is bringing will continue to carry over into August.

OSU Equestrian has the memes

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We’ve got our horses in the back... on their way to the #NCEAChampionship! #RIDE | #okstate

— OSU Equestrian (@OSUEquestrian) April 15, 2019

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