Behind 10 team wins and nine PRs, the Oklahoma women won the team title at the Mark Colligan Memorial in Lincoln, Neb.
The track and field teams will face Houston, Wichita State and Nebraska at the Mark Colligan Memorial in Lincoln, Neb., on Saturday.
Championships (20) and career bests (14) were the name of the game at OU's season opener.
After months of training, the Sooners finally get a chance to compete on Saturday.
The final preview features a group with proven veterans and 11 freshmen looking to make an immediate impact.
For those who participate in the high jump and the pole vault, it is vital to have technique combined with trust in your instruments.
The Sooners have two student-athletes who are well-versed in the variety of events that make up combined events.
Although small in number with just 11, the horizontal jumps group has the potential to be large in team impact.
With the cross country season just finished, it is only fitting that the distance group is the first set of runners to be previewed.
With a new coach, one true freshman and four coming off a redshirt year, the throws group may be the most uncertain group.
Dan Schubert, whose career has been interrupted by injury several times, got a jump start on his final season as a Sooner.
Jim VanHootegem and his staff have signed one of the largest and potentially most talented classes in tenure.