OSU Won’t Have Spring Game Because of Construction, Announce Spring Meet-and-Greet

With ongoing construction in Boone Pickens Stadium, the Cowboys won’t host a spring game this year, but the program will instead have a meet-and-greet.

Oklahoma State on Monday announced its Orange Power Weekend plans from April 14-16. The weekend includes the football meet-and-greet, the Remember the Ten Run and a bevy of spring sporting events.

The meet-and-greet is from 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday in the Sherman E. Smith Training Center. Fans are encouraged to take photos and interact with the Cowboy football players.

But the weekend begins Friday, April 14 with OSU’s softball, baseball and men’s tennis teams in action all within a block of each other.

The Remember the Ten Run starts at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 15 before the meet-and-greet and the baseball and softball teams continue their weekend series. Then Sunday, April 16, the Cowboy tennis squad is back in action with more baseball and softball.

Here is the full list of Orange Power Weekend festivities:

Friday, April 14
6 p.m. – Cowboy Tennis vs Texas Tech
6 p.m. – Baseball vs West Virginia
6 p.m. – Softball vs Iowa State

Saturday, April 15
8 a.m. – Remember the 10 Run
1:30 – 2 p.m. – Football Meet-and-Greet at the Sherman E. Smith Training Center
6 p.m. – Baseball vs West Virginia
6 p.m. – Softball vs Iowa State

Sunday, April 16
1 p.m. – Cowboy Tennis vs Baylor
1 p.m. – Baseball vs West Virginia
TBA – Softball vs Iowa State