OKLAHOMA CITY - Thirty Oklahoma City area teachers from seven school districts were honored on Saturday, as part of the “My Teacher, My Hero” initiative in cooperation with the Big 12 Conference, the Oklahoma City All-Sports Association and the College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation’s Extra Yard for Teachers program. Additionally, the teachers were each surprised with a $1,000 gift card from DonorsChoose.org that can be used for classroom supplies and equipment.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City All-Sports and the Big 12 Conference announced today that tickets for the 2018 Phillips 66 Big 12 Softball Championship are now on sale. The championship returns to USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex in Oklahoma City May 11-12. The top six teams in the conference will compete in Oklahoma City with a combination of pool play format (Friday) and bracket play (Saturday).
OKLAHOMA CITY--- Applications for the 2018 Oklahoma City All-Sports Scholarship are now available for download and submission. Oklahoma City All-Sports awards two $1,200 scholarships, annually, to an outstanding senior male and female graduating from a high school in the greater Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area (Oklahoma, Canadian, Cleveland, Logan, Pottawatomie counties, Newcastle, Tuttle and Bridge Creek).
OKLAHOMA CITY – Tennis will once again be a part of the sport listing for The State Games of Oklahoma – 2018 Summer Games. The tournament will be held in Enid, Oklahoma from June 29 – July 1 at the Oakwood Country Club. This marks the first-time a State Games event will be held in the City of Enid.
The summer is coming to an end and that means it is time to say goodbye to our summer interns. This summer has been packed with many events and without the help of our interns we wouldn’t be able to get through the busy season. They all put in many long hours from working the different events Big 12 softball, WCWS, Big 12 Baseball, and DIII Softball. All the staff is incredibly grateful for all their hard work and determination they gave.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK- On August 7, 2017 Oklahoma City All Sports hosted its annual Golf Invitational at the beautiful Twin Hills Country Club in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The weather was prefect for a day of golf being in the low 80’s and plenty of cloud coverage.
It’s late May in Oklahoma City, which means you hear the sounds of balls pinging off bats and the roars of tens of thousands of fans coming in to Oklahoma City to experience some of the best college baseball and softball in the country.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (May 29) – One run was more than enough for the Virginia Wesleyan College pitching tandem of Courtney Wright and Hanna Hull to nail down the NCAA Division III national championship Monday afternoon.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (May 29) – Cassetty Howerin drove in three runs and Hanna Hull pitched a one-hit shutout to lead top-ranked Virginia Wesleyan to a 5-0 victory over St. John Fisher in the NCAA Division II Softball Championship Finals here Monday afternoon.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (May 28) – Madison Glaubke’s two-run single highlighted a big second-inning outburst that put Virginia Wesleyan in front and the top-ranked Marlins staved off No. 4 Texas-Tyler 5-3 to advance to the finals of the NCAA Division III Softball Championship Finals Sunday evening at ASA Hall of Fame Complex.