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OU Football is back and so are Watch Parties

The Club plans watch parties for all away games plus the  PPV game with South Dakota. All OU Club of Wichita Watch Parties will be held at Deano’s Taproom, 21st, and Webb.

Sunday, Sep. 1 Houston Cougars
Gaylord Family OK Mem. Stadium, Norman, OK
6:30 pm CT ABC
Saturday, Sep. 7 South Dakota Coyotes (WATCH PARTY)
Gaylord Family OK Mem. Stadium, Norman, OK
7:00 pm ET FS PPV
Saturday, Sep. 14 UCLA Bruins (WATCH PARTY)
Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, CA
7:00 pm CT FOX
Saturday, Sep. 21  OFF
Saturday, Sep. 28 Texas Tech Red Raiders
Gaylord Family OK Mem. Stadium, Norman, OK
Time TBA CT TV TBA
Saturday, Oct. 5 Kansas Jayhawks (WATCH PARTY)
David Booth Kansas Mem. Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Time TBA CT TV TBA
Saturday, Oct. 12 Texas Longhorns (WATCH PARTY)
Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas, TX
12:00 pm CT FOX
Saturday, Oct. 19 West Virginia Mountaineers
Gaylord Family OK Mem. Stadium, Norman, OK
Time TBA CT TV TBA
Saturday, Oct. 26 Kansas State Wildcats (WATCH PARTY)
Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, KS
Time 11 am CT TV ABC
Saturday, Nov. 2  OFF
Saturday, Nov. 9 Iowa State Cyclones
Gaylord Family OK Mem. Stadium, Norman, OK
Time TBA CT TV TBA
Saturday, Nov. 16 Baylor Bears (WATCH PARTY)
McLane Stadium, Waco, TX
Time TBA CT TV TBA
Saturday, Nov. 23 TCU Horned Frogs
Gaylord Family OK Mem. Stadium, Norman, OK
Time TBA CT TV TBA
Saturday, Nov. 30 Oklahoma State Cowboys (WATCH PARTY)
Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
Time TBA CT TV TBA
Saturday, Dec. 7 Big 12 Championship (WATCH PARTY)
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Time TBA ET

Ben Powers Meet and Greet – June 29, 2019

Nearly 200 fans filled the conference center at Wichita’s Advanced Learning Library to meet OU All-American and Baltimore Ravens draftee Ben Powers.

The crowd filters in.

Scholarship Recipients named for 2019

Natalie Knowles - Derby

The OU Club of Wichita has awarded six scholarships to Wichita-area high school seniors who will begin attending the University of Oklahoma in the fall of 2019.

They are

Natalie Knowles – Derby High School
Natalie was selected as our Sheridan Drowatzky Scholarship Award winner for her impressive display of devotion to the military forces through her participation with the Air Force JROTC, and dedication to the community service of honoring our service members and military veterans. She is the daughter of Kim Gray and plans to major in Political Science and minor in Mandarin.

“You have to learn that you aren’t always right and that everyone isn’t always going to agree with your decisions. How you respond to these reactions and learn from them going forward makes you a better leader”
Brayden Steven – Bishop Carroll Catholic High School
Brayden is the daughter of Jenni and Johnny Steven; She plans to study Marketing and Advertising.
“There are problems in this world that are bigger than the day-to-day issues that I face. It is a great feeling for me to know that when I participate in these things [volunteer activities] that I know I am part of something helping someone or some issue greater than myself.”
James “Bailey” Caughran – Derby High School
Bailey is the son of Brad and Jennifer Caughran; he plans to major in Human Health and Biology.

“I believe my passion, effort, and creativity allow me to effectively lead and motivate my groups to complete their tasks quickly and effectively, and work through the problems that frequently arise when working with inadequate supplies or unfamiliar people.”

Isabel Harmon – Ark City High School

Isabel is the daughter of Kelly and Eva Harmon; she plans to major in Biology.

“…when you commit to something, you must follow through even when not enjoyable so you do not to let down those counting on you.”

Katrina Mason – Derby High School

Katrina is the daughter of Patrick Mason and Melina Sengchanh; she plans to major in Biochemistry.

“Succeeding means more when we succeed together. I’ve always been the type to lead by example and service rather than by command.”

Malayna Unkel – Derby High School (no picture available at this time)
Malayna is the daughter of Curtis and Shara Unkel; she plans to study Biomedical Engineering.

“Through [Chick-Fil-A Leader Labs] I have had the opportunity to work with others as we collectively increase our abilities to lead and be examples in our worlds.”

Club Announces Scholarship Recipients

Three Wichita-area students have been awarded a scholarship from the OU Club of Wichita for the 2018-19 school year.

Gracyn Reynolds – Derby High School

Gracyn Reynolds

Gracyn, a National Honor Society Member, served as Volleyball Team Captain, attended Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy, and served as new student Ambassador at Derby High School. She will be the first in her family to attend the University of Oklahoma. Amidst her collegiate studies and hard work, she looks forward to having attending OU football games this fall.

Parents: Craig and Kristin Reynolds

“Leadership experiences help build a solid foundation to one’s character and success in life. I know the Sooners are dedicated and exceptional people, and I hope to keep this expectation alive by becoming a leader in my new community.”

Academic Major: Biomedical Engineering to prepare for Medical School.

Jordan RenardJordan Renard – Derby High School                                                               

Parents: Amber & Daniel Finneran and Christopher & Shamra Renard

Jordan, a National Honors Society Member, played with the Derby High School Varsity football and helped his team to earn two state titles. He also served as Vice President of the Future Business Leaders of America. Jordan loves to read and watch movies. Looking forward to his OU, he plans to play intramural athletics and states he is looking forward to his first ever college football game watching one of the best teams in the nation – the Sooners!

“Accounting is not always about spreadsheets or Excel documents, but that it can also involve you going out and interacting with your clients, helping them make better financial decisions, reducing their expenses, and making sure they too are people and not just pieces of paper.”    

Academic Major: Accounting

Vivian Nguyen – Kapaun Mount Carmel

Vivian-Nguyen

Vivian, a National Honor Society member who graduated Cum Laude, served as Student Ambassador, Secretary of Cultural Diversity and Community Club, Treasurer, Lead Tutor, and Volunteered at Via Christi St. Joseph! At OU she plans to pursue the Pre-Med track majoring in Biology. She will rush in a couple of weeks and is excited to explore Norman and call it her home.

A true leader means that you have to keep others in mind. It cannot be about you or your wants. It has to be for the good of others.”

Parents: Johnny and Hannah Nguyen

Academic Major: Undetermined

In the past ten years, the OU Club of Wichita has awarded 42 scholarships valued at $87,400. Half of those scholarships are from the club’s treasury, the other half represents a match from the university.

RSS News about OU Sports

  • OU Hosts Hawks Thursday November 20, 2019
    Undefeated Oklahoma (4-0, 0-0 Big 12) closes its two-game homestand at 7 p.m. CT on Thursday when Maryland Eastern Shore (0-5, 0-0 MEAC) visits Lloyd Noble Center.
  • Sooners School SFA on Field Trip Day November 20, 2019
    NORMAN – The Oklahoma women's basketball team schooled Stephen F. Austin Wednesday, topping the Lady Jacks 75-62 inside Lloyd Noble Center on Field Trip Day.
  • Sooners Sign Dynamic Group for 2021 November 20, 2019
    NORMAN —Head coach K.J. Kindler and the Oklahoma women's gymnastics program announced the signing of six incredible gymnasts Wednesday. Audrey Davis, Julianna Fehring, Bell Johnson, Katherine LeVasseur, Quinn Smith and Meilin Sullivan will join the Sooners for the 2020-21 season.
  • Van Wicklen Set for Cottbus World Cup November 20, 2019
    University of Oklahoma alumnus Colin Van Wicklen is set to compete for Team USA at the 2019 FIG World Cup in Cottbus, Germany, this week.
  • Hurts Named Davey O’Brien National QB of the Week November 20, 2019
    NORMAN — Oklahoma senior quarterback Jalen Hurts has picked up another national weekly honor, earning the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback of the Week award after accounting for 411 total yards and leading the Sooners to the largest comeback victory in program history at Baylor on Saturday.
  • Hurts, Murray Earn National Weekly Honors November 19, 2019
  • Defending Champs to be Televised Nationally November 19, 2019
    NORMAN – The defending national champion Oklahoma women's gymnastics team will be featured four times on ESPN networks during the regular season.
  • 14 Sooners Earn Academic All-Big 12 Honors November 19, 2019
    NORMAN — Fourteen University of Oklahoma football student-athletes were named to the 2019 Academic All-Big 12 Team, the conference office announced Tuesday. The Sooners were represented by 11 first-team selections and three second-team honorees.

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