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Cowboys draw rowdy crowd for GIA’s final game of season

STILLWATER — Although the result wasn't what they wanted, Oklahoma State fans filled Gallagher-Iba Arena for its final game of the season.Despite it being OSU's spring break, Gallagher-Iba Arena saw its third-highest attendance of the season with 11,308 fans in Wednesday's 92-84 loss to Western Kentucky in the NIT quarterfinals.Only visits from Oklahoma and Kansas brought in more fans.The Cowboys offered free admission to students and provided shirts featuring “Let's Work,” the team slogan, and “Foundation Laid,” a sign of things to come under first-year coach Mike Boynton, to the first 5,000 fans.The loss prevented the Cowboys from earning their 800th win in Gallagher-Iba Arena, as well as what would've been a school-record 16th home victory this season.Throughout the game, the crowd was rowdy, Gallagher-Iba Arena's regular trait.It lasted until the final moments as the Cowboys' season came to an end.As those same fans exited the arena, Boynton grabbed a mic and addressed crowd.“This is the beginning of this program coming back for you guys,” he said.

McIlroy loses to Uihlein in opening session of Match Play

By Doug Ferguson  The Associated PressAUSTIN, TEXAS — Rory McIlroy put together another flawless back nine, running off five straight birdies.This time, it wasn't enough.Former Oklahoma State golfer Peter Uihlein built a 5-up lead against McIlroy and held off his late charge with enough key shots of his own in a 2-and-1 victory, one of several surprises Wednesday in the opening session of the Dell Technologies Match Play.Defending champion Dustin Johnson hit two shots out-of-bounds on the same hole, another tee shot in the hazard and couldn't make the putts that he couldn't afford to miss on the back nine.


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Boynton deserves a raise

By Jenni Carlson Columnist jcarlson@oklahoman.comSTILLWATER —Oklahoma State made a bunch of orange shirts for fans Wednesday night.Five thousand to be exact.None were left because the Cowboys have become a draw again.

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STILLWATER — Mitchell Solomon limped his way into the media room. Although his red and wet eyes made his feelings clear, he expressed them verbally, too.“It's about to get emotional,” Solomon said, “so if you guys could make me look good while I'm crying, I'd appreciate it.

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