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April 2, 2013

Bruzikova collects MIAA weekly tennis honor

State briefs

Martina Bruzikova was named the MIAA Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week, the league announced on Monday.

The junior member of the No. 37-ranked Northeastern State women’s tennis team was tabbed with her first-career weekly accolade after recording a perfect 6-0 mark this past week.

She conceded just one game combined in her three singles matches at the No. 3 position, and she posted two 8-0 wins in doubles action with sophomore teammate Barbora Jirickova. Bruzikova has now won 16 consecutive singles matches.

This is the second time a RiverHawk has earned the weekly award, as freshman Kristina Savchenkov was bestowed the honor on Feb. 19.

Northeastern State and Southwest Baptist are the only two schools to pick up multiple women’s tennis athlete of the week accolades.

NSU (16-2, 7-1 MIAA) returns home at 2 p.m. Thursday against Lindenwood University.

Schaef resigns as SWOSU basketball coach

WEATHERFORD — Charlie Schaef has resigned as the men’s basketball coach at Southwestern Oklahoma State after four seasons.

Athletic director Todd Thurman announced Schaef’s resignation Monday after the Bulldogs went 12-16 last season.

The Bulldogs were 57-57 under Schaef, with back-to-back winning seasons before dropping off last season. SWOSU reached the championship game of the Great American Conference tournament in 2012.

Southwestern is an NCAA Division II team. It moved from the Lone Star Conference to the newly formed league two seasons ago.

Tulsa spring football game set for Saturday

TULSA — The University of Tulsa spring football game and the unveiling of a statue of former TU star Glenn Dobbs are scheduled for Saturday.

The spring game is to begin at 1 p.m. at H.A. Chapman Stadium while the statue unveiling is to be at noon just outside the north gates of the stadium.

Dobbs was an All-American tailback at Tulsa where he helped the Golden Hurricane to a Sun Bowl win in 1942 and to an appearance in the Sugar Bowl the next season. Dobbs returned to Tulsa in 1961 as head football coach and led TU to the 1964 and 1965 Bluebonnet Bowl games.

OU’s Gray is Big 12 Pitcher of the Week

NORMAN — University of Oklahoma pitcher Jonathan Gray has been named Big 12 Conference Pitcher of the Week.

Gray was selected Monday after a complete gam e win on Friday against Kansas.

Gray tied a career high with 12 strikeouts while holding Kansas to two hits and one run in OU’s 12-1 win.

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