High Noon Highlights(6/10): Elliott headed to professional baseball

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Jensen Elliott to sign with Orioles:

In a Tweet Monday morning Oklahoma State pitcher Jensen Elliott announced that he will forego his last season of eligibility and sign with the Baltimore Orioles.

“Four summers ago I stepped on campus not knowing what to expect,” Elliott said. “And now looking back there’s no question it has been the best four years of my life.” “Representing Oklahoma State Baseball wearing the Orange and Black has been nothing short of amazing for me and my family.”

Sinclair Johnson wins National Championship in 1500M:

Oklahoma State Track & Field got some hardware over the weekend when Sinclair Johnson took home the prize for the women’s 1500m and the Track & Filed National Championships. Take a look at her race here.

Donnie Walton’s teams takes home Championship:

Shout out to former Oklahoma State baseball star Donnie Walton and the Arkansas Travelers for earning the Texas League 1st half North Division Championship.

Cowboy to take on Minnesota in the BOK Center:

The Cowboys will take on Minnesota for the second year in a row as part of the BOK Center Basketball Showdown on Dec.21 that also features a game between Tulsa and Colorado State.

Oklahoma State will take on Minnesota as a part of the BOK Center Basketball Showdown doubleheader on Dec. 21 in downtown Tulsa.

Tickets in the OSU sections at the Showdown start at just $15, and will include the rematch between the Cowboys and Golden Gophers as well as the tilt between Tulsa and Colorado State. Tickets go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 14. Tipoff times and TV details will be released when they become available. {okstate.com}

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