OU Olympic Sports News

This fall, the Oklahoma soccer team will welcome five freshmen into the Sooner family, and SoonerSports.com will provide fans a quick introduction to these new Sooners....Read more
Eleven members of OU's national championship squad garnered Scholastic All-America honors from the NACGC/W. This total marks the most selections in program history....Read more
Incoming OU freshman Dalton Duffield was named Outstanding Wrestler of the Junior Greco-Roman Nationals after winning the 120-pound title....Read more
Catch up on the happenings at Team USA's training camp....Read more
Matt Potter announced changes to his staff, including the addition of Alexis Vizarelis and Brandi Vega as assistant coaches and Caroline DeFelice as the program's director of operations....Read more
Season tickets for the 2016 Oklahoma soccer campaign go on sale Wednesday to the general public online through SoonerSports.com or over the phone....Read more
Eight former Oklahoma Sooners are among the thousands of athletes from around the world who will take part in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games opening in 23 days in Rio de Janeiro. Their participation in what is officially known as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad...Read more
Fans are invited to join the Sooners at a celebration of their second national title. The banquet is scheduled for Sept. 9 and costs $45 per person....Read more
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Martin Flores won the Lincoln Land Charity Championship on Sunday for his first Web.com Tour title to wrap up a PGA Tour card....Read more
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OU rowing head coach Leeanne Crain announced Friday the addition of assistant coach Katy Stine to the program's staff....Read more
This fall, the Oklahoma soccer team will welcome five freshmen into the Sooner family. Starting with Lauren Haivala, SoonerSports.com will provide fans a quick introduction to these five new Sooners....Read more
Oklahoma women's gymnasts Maggie Nichols and Brenna Dowell turned in strong performances at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials, finishing in sixth and 10th place, respectively....Read more
Nick Crowell was named the new head coach of men's tennis at the University of Oklahoma Monday....Read more
A pair of former Oklahoma All-Americans in track and field athletes are headed to Rio de Janeiro in a month to represent the United States in the 2016 Olympics. Ronnie Ash and Will Claye qualified in the 110-meter hurdles and triple jump, respectively, at the U.S. Olympic...Read more
The final day of qualifying in the Canadian Olympic Trials at Foote Field brought split results for the Sooners who were competing....Read more

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Nick Crowell has been named the head men's tennis coach at the University of Oklahoma, OU Vice President and Director of Athletics Joe Castiglione announced on Thursday....Read more
Charles Nguyen won the Canadian Olympic Trials hammer title but will not go to Rio....Read more
Former University of Oklahoma standout Ronnie Ash finished second with a 13.21 in the final of the 110-meter hurdles at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon....Read more
Ronnie Ash had the best time in the qualifying and semifinal round but his second-place finish in the final will send him to Rio....Read more
Ronnie Ash took a huge first step to Rio in his first race, recording the top time in the field in the qualifying race....Read more
Thursday started well for several current and former Sooners but didn't finish well. As a result, the Sooners are still looking for their first qualifier in track and field for the Olympic Games in Ri...Read more
“What an incredible honor to have the opportunity to compete for a position on the USA Olympic Team," OU head coach K.J. Kindler said....Read more
Sooners, current and former, had mixed results Thursday at the U.S. Olympic Trials....Read more

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