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Raegan Edwards will be joining the Northeastern State softball program in 2022 as an NCAA Division I transfer.


Northeastern State offensive lineman Madison Wrather has been selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America Football Super Region 3 Academic All-District First Team.

Four Northeastern State soccer players earned College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District honors, announced on June 3.

The Sequoyah Indians football team conducted spring practices from May 14-25. The Indians returned to the practice field for the first time in over a year.


Tahlequah tennis players Trenton Miller and Jaden Carroll were selected to the Oklahoma Coaches Association East All-State Team after wrapping up their careers with Class 5A State Tournament appearances.


Tahlequah soccer players Madison Taylor, Emma Lindstrom and Kaili Crawford were each honored following the Lady Tigers’ 2021 season under first-year head coach Stacie Grooms.


Northeastern State baseball's 2021 campaign ended Saturday with an 8-6 Game 2 defeat to Rogers State. Three RiverHawks had three-hit games, but RSU scored in the ninth inning for the second straight day.

The Tahlequah boys golf team finished 10th in the team standings of the Class 5A State Tournament that concluded Tuesday at Meadowbrook Country Club in Tulsa.

Nine Keys High School student athletes were recognized Tuesday as recipients of the National Strength and Conditioning Association All-American Athlete Award.

Tahlequah High School golfers Hope Berry and Katie Pursley competed at the Class 5A Golf State Tournament Wednesday and Thursday at Chickashaw Pointe Golf Club in Kingston.

Northeastern State head men's basketball coach Ja Havens announced Thursday the signing of Tylor Arnold of Pryor, who will join the program with two years of eligibility.

ST. JOSEPH, Missouri – Anxiety is the feeling Northeastern State University women's golf had for over an hour Wednesday at the NCAA Central Regional. A round of 307 was just enough by a razor-thin one-stroke advantage to advance to the NCAA National Championships for the 10th time in program history.

The Tahlequah High School boys golf team finished fourth in a Class 5A East Regional Monday at Pryor Creek Golf Course and advanced to the state tournament.


Keys claimed its first district championship since 2017 after defeating Prague, 9-8, Saturday in Park Hill.

Dylan Wilkerson had four of Bixby’s 15 hits and drove in three runs as the Spartans defeated Tahlequah, 10-2, Thursday in Bixby.

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