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In the morning, No. 3 Oklahoma State topped sixth-seeded Auburn 4-1 aided by Isabella Fierro’s 19-hole win. Then in the afternoon, they convincingly moved one more, huge, step closer to the championship match, with a convincing 5-0 win over No. 2 Duke. Four of its five players won the opening hole, and the match was completed by 5pm.

“I said it all along, ‘the program was set up in a really good place before I even got here,’” said Oklahoma State head coach Greg Robertson. “We’ve got a great freshman class with Maja (Stark), Isabella (Fierro) and Hailey (Jones) and good solid players like Han-Husuan (Yu) and Rina (Tatematsu). It was already there and that’s credit to Par (Nilsson) and Courtney (Jones) for the good job they did recruiting. I was fortunate enough to come in where the pieces were there to have success and then we added a couple of freshmen that really upped the level of competition with the team and really that got us to where we are now.”

The Big 12 Champion Cowgirls have advanced to 22 NCAA championships but have not claimed a NCAA title, coming close in 2004. It has made two other NCAA Championship appearance in the past 10 seasons (2016, 2013) and entered the NCAA Championships with five victories on the season and has not finished lower than third all year. Third-year Oklahoma State coach Greg Robertson, who was a member of the Cowboy 1995 NCAA Championship team, has led the charge.

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