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Eagles Take Win

—By Daulton Perry on 11/30/2012 Meagan Bell, #11, put up six points and grabbed four rebounds in the game against Oklahoma Christian.—Casey Gathje photo Meagan Bell, #11, put up six points and grabbed four rebounds in the game against Oklahoma Christian.—Casey Gathje photo Goodwell, Okla.—After winning the first two games of the season, the Oklahoma Panhandle State University women's basketball team had fallen in five straight games and needed a victory at home against Oklahoma Christian University Thursday night to turn things back around in this young season.

OPSU came out of the gate careless and OC took an early 11-0 advantage. The Aggies corrected their sloppy play and climbed back into it, but missed opportunities put OPSU behind 32-26 at half. The home team regrouped and started the second half much better than the first and fought back to within two points with less than four minutes left to play in the ball game. Unfortunately, OC's point guard Krista Stevens found her groove and hit two deep threes to put the Eagles up eight and the Aggies never closed that gap. They tied the Eagles in points in the second half with 30 each, but the final score was OC 62, OPSU 56. OC improves their overall record to 4-3 and OPSU drops to 2-6.

Senior Whitley Coca was the leading scorer for the Aggies with 17 points and she also dished out 7 assists and pulled down 5 rebounds and collected 3 steals. Sharice Papaleo had a big game for the Aggies as she earned a double double with 10 points and 12 rebounds. The Aggies hurt themselves with 31 turnovers and failing to capitalize on the 29 Eagle turnovers. OPSU shot 30.4% from the field and an even bigger stat was their 47.1% from the foul line, both mistakes that need to be corrected before the next game. The women take a two week break from play, and their next contest is scheduled for Dec. 14 at home against Central Christian College.

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Staff Spotlight: Sue Etbauer

Sue Etbauer —Photo Courtesy Chris Urias

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Alumni Introduces Monday Munch

The Panhandle State Association of Alumni and Friends is connecting current students with Alumni with the introduction of Monday Munch. —Courtesy photo

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Preparing the Leaders of Tomorrow

The Fall 2017 interns are: Left to right, front row: Dr. Wu, Sydni Yates, Amber Hall Lorenzen, Kelli Winters, Haley Bonilla, Andreanna Wray, Sarah Brady, and Delilah Henderson. Left to right, back row: Brenda Rivera Romero, Taryn Nelson, Rylee Abert, Abigail Reinick, and Quinten Mirabal. Not pictured: Dakota Moon Dodge and Kristina Simpson Ybarra. —Courtesy Photo

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Rodeo Looks to Continue Success

Jake Finlay celebrates at the CNFR this summer. The Panhandle State Rodeo Team looks to collect more championships as they kick off the season this weekend at Colby, Kan. —Courtesy photo

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Dominick Bell Named CSFL Defensive Player of the Week

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Oklahoma Panhandle State University Announces Largest Freshman Class in University History

Students are shown taking notes and studying together. Panhandle State saw a 38% increase in this year's freshman class, making it the largest freshman class in university history. —Photo by Danae Moore

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Panhandle State PBL Awarded National March of Dimes Grant

Panhandle State PBL is making plans for another exciting Purp Out this year. Some group members are pictured here during last year’s Purp Out at the Chili Cook-off. —Photo by Sage Kinsey

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Alumni Spotlight: Hector Cobos Leon

Hector Cobos —Courtesy photo

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Faculty and Staff Set for New Semester

It’s smiles all around at the Back-to-School breakfast this past Thursday. —Photos by Danae Moore

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Aggie Volleyball: Set for Success

Head Coach Matt Heffner sees great things on the horizon for Panhandle State Volleyball this season.—Justine Gaskamp photo

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Student Today, Leader of Tomorrow

MaKenze Twyman, a senior Agbusiness and Animal Science major, got the chance this past summer to share about her time at Panhandle State with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. —Courtesy photos