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Bryce Matteson, longtime board member, passes away.

The OU Club Board of directors was shocked and saddened by this post from Bryce’s wife, Debbie, and his daughters.
 
 
“We are sad to share that Bryce/Dad passed away suddenly on Wednesday, March 31, due to a short, unknown battle with AML (acute myeloid leukemia). To say we are in shock is an understatement. We are overwhelmed with the outpouring of love and support we have received. Please keep our family in your prayers.”
 
For years Byrce served as our scholarship chair working with the university and Kansas high schools to select OU-bound students for our club scholarships.
His love for OU was massive and we will miss him.
Bryce Matteson. Former board member OU Club of Wichita

OU Football Schedule Announced

The Club plans watch parties for all away games and PPV games like Western Carolina. All OU Club of Wichita Watch Parties will be held at Deano’s Taproom, 21st, and Webb

Sept. 4 at Tulane – WATCH PARTY
Sept. 11 WESTERN CAROLINA – PPV
Sept. 18 NEBRASKA
Sept. 25 WEST VIRGINIA
Oct. 2 at K-State WATCH PARTY
Oct. 9 vs. Texas WATCH PARTY
Oct. 16 TCU
Oct. 23 at Kansas WATCH PARTY
Oct. 30 TEXAS TECH
Nov. 13 at Baylor WATCH PARTY
Nov. 20 IOWA STATE
Nov. 27 at Oklahoma State WATCH PARTY

Bryce Matteson – My Sooner Story

Meet Bryce Matteson. He’s an original board member and an unabashed Sooner fan. How did he get that way? This is his story.
Sadly, on March 31, 2021, Bryce passed away after a battle with cancer. We leave this video in place to honor him and remember his passion for the University of Oklahoma. Live on, University.

Kelly Pappan – My Sooner Story

If you measure Sooner loyalty by the size of their memorabilia collection, Kelly Pappan would compete for the top spot. How did this happen? He explains in this video and urges you to join the club.

RSS News about OU Sports

  • Screen Named Honorable Mention All-American June 14, 2021
    NORMAN – Hannah Screen was named an honorable mention All-American by Golfweek, the publication announced over the weekend.
  • Capurro Named Central Region Most Improved Senior June 14, 2021
    NORMAN — Oklahoma senior Martina Capurro has been named the Central Region Most Improved Senior of the Year, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced Monday morning.
  • Han Named Central Region Rookie of the Year June 14, 2021
    NORMAN – Oklahoma freshman Nathan Han has been named the Central Region Rookie of the Year, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced Monday morning.
  • Alo Named Jim Thorpe Athlete of the Year June 13, 2021
    NORMAN – Oklahoma softball senior Jocelyn Alo has been named the Jim Thorpe Oklahoma Athlete of the Year, the Oklahoma District of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) announced Saturday.
  • T&F Adds Four All-America Honors to Close Season June 12, 2021
    EUGENE, ORE. — Oklahoma's women's track and field teams closed out the 2021 season and the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore., Saturday evening.
  • National Runner-Up Highlights Day Three June 11, 2021
    EUGENE, Ore. — Oklahoma's men's track and field teams closed their 2021 outdoor season on day three of the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore., Friday evening.
  • T&F Caps Day Two in Oregon June 10, 2021
    EUGENE, Ore. — Oklahoma's women's track and field teams concluded day two of the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Ore., on the campus of the University of Oregon, Thursday night.
  • Pat Fields Named to Academic All-District Team June 10, 2021
    NORMAN — University of Oklahoma football defensive back Pat Fields was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 Football Team for his combined performance on the field and in the classroom, the College Sports Information Directors of America announced Thursday.

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