At halftime of Saturday’s Tulsa-Tulane football game, 1991 All-American Jerry Ostroski will be honored in a special presentation as he joins only eight other Golden Hurricane football student-athletes to have their numbers retired by The University of Tulsa.
Ostroski (1988-91) wore No. 55 as an offensive lineman for the Hurricane. Continue reading
The 8.5-month-long wait is over today for thousands of hunters as archery seasons open for deer and several other big game animals.
“This is an exciting time of year for hunters, as it is the first time of the fall when they can get into the woods and try to bag some big game,” said Nels Rodefeld, chief of the Information and Education Division for the OK Department of Wildlife Conservation. Continue reading
The 20-year title drought for the Tulsa Drillers is over. The Drillers completed a three-game sweep of the Texas League Championship Series Friday night with a 5-2 win over San Antonio. The victory gave Tulsa its first Texas League Championship since 1998 and its first since becoming a Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate just four years ago. Continue reading
FlyingTee announced today that all police, fire, EMS, active and veteran military personnel may play free every Monday starting immediately. This is an expansion of First Responder Fridays, which were offered once a month. Continue reading
Kenny Monday is a native Tulsan who started his wrestling career at age 6 at the local YMCA where wrestling became his passion. He will be named the male recipient at the Rotary Club of Tulsa’s 25th Annual Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Awards in June.
Monday won four State titles and went undefeated in high school with an amazing record of 140-0. In his collegiate career at Oklahoma State, he was a three-time NCAA finalist, who took top-prize in 1984 as the NCAA National Champion. Continue reading