Tahlequah Daily Press

OSU Sports

June 4, 2013

CB Patmon transfers from Kansas to OSU

State briefs

STILLWATER — Cornerback Tyler Patmon has transferred to Oklahoma State after graduating from Kansas.

Patmon was one of two players added to the Cowboys' roster on Monday. He joins junior college transfer Colby Hegwood, an offensive lineman from Pearl River Community College in Mississippi.

Patmon started for the Jayhawks for three seasons, intercepting six passes in 35 career games. His three interceptions led Kansas last season.

Patmon has one year of eligibility remaining, transferring to Oklahoma State as a graduate student. Hegwood has three years of eligibility left.

Oklahoma women add Arkansas high school forward

NORMAN — Sherri Coale has added a sixth player to her recruiting class for next season at Oklahoma.

Coale announced Monday that 6-foot-2 forward Felisha Gibbs from Earle High School in Arkansas signed a financial aid package and will join the Sooners in the fall. Gibbs averaged 21 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks as a senior.

The Sooners previously signed four other freshmen-to-be and added Peyton Little, a transfer from Texas A&M who will be a sophomore.

LSU reinstates P Cody Glenn

BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU sophomore pitcher Cody Glenn returns to the team's active 27-man roster for this weekend's NCAA Super Regional versus Oklahoma.

Glenn was sidelined from last week's roster after an unspecified violation of team rules.

Coach Paul Mainieri announced Glenn's reinstatement Monday. He says the action came after Glenn apologized to his teammates who voted unanimously to allow him back on the team.

Glenn was 7-2 with a 2.41 earned-run average this season.

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