OSU men’s basketball: Mike Boynton hires Cannen Cunningham, brother of No. 2-ranked recruit, to Cowboys’ staff

Oklahoma State has hired the older brother of Cade Cunningham, one the top high school basketball prospects in the country.
Cannen Cunningham, 26, will serve as an assistant on coach Mike Boynton's staff.
Cunningham, who played at SMU from 2011-15, was the associate director of video operations at Tulane last season.
As a player, Cunningham set a program record at SMU with 134 games played.
Cade Cunningham is ranked No.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU softball: Virginia Tech pitcher transfers to Oklahoma State

By Hallie HartThe ACC Pitcher of the Year is transferring to Oklahoma State for her last season of softball. Carrie Eberle, a graduate transfer from Virginia Tech, announced her decision in a tweet Sunday night.“I am so grateful for this opportunity and so happy to begin this new chapter of my life,” Eberle said.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU football: Kasey Dunn’s promotion came with $140,000 raise, retention bonus

By Scott WrightWith his promotion during the winter to associate head coach, Oklahoma State’s Kasey Dunn received a raise worth $140,000, according to his contract obtained by The Oklahoman.Former offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich’s departure for Ohio State allowed head coach Mike Gundy and athletic director Mike Holder to alter the financial makeup of the offensive staff.Yurcich was making $800,000, with Dunn at $410,000 and former offensive line coach Josh Henson at $420,000.New offensive coordinator Sean Gleeson is set to earn $550,000 per year, and offensive line coach Charlie Dickey will make $500,000, according to their contracts.Henson left, not only for a better salary at Texas A&M, but for what he saw as a more direct path to an offensive coordinator job.Dunn’s new job title came with a raise to $550,000 per year for the next three years, plus a $50,000 retention bonus to be paid every year if he is still employed on April 1.“We were extremely fortunate to keep Kasey Dunn,” Gundy said.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU football: Bixby DB Jordan Reagan commits to Cowboys

By Jacob UnruhIt took less than a week for Jordan Reagan to make his decision.Six days to be exact.Reagan, a speedster from Bixby High School, announced Tuesday night his commitment to Oklahoma State after a scholarship offer was extended June 12.Reagan is being recruited as a defensive back.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU basketball: Mike Boynton, Cowboys approve of NCAA’s 3-point line change

By Hallie HartA little extra distance might not faze the Oklahoma State men’s basketball team.On June 5, the NCAA announced a rule that will move the men’s college basketball 3-point line to 22 feet and 1/34 inches, the international range. For the past 11 seasons, NCAA men’s teams shot from a 3-point line with a distance of 20 feet and 9 inches.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU offers talented Kingfisher basketball duo

By Cameron JourdanOklahoma State is paying attention to what Bijan Cortes and Matthew Stone are doing on the basketball court.The talented junior duo at Kingfisher dominated during the OSU team camp over the weekend, and the Cowboys noticed.Read more on NewsOK.com

OSU adds commitment from Texas receiver Myles Price

By Scott WrightOklahoma State added the 11th commitment of its 2020 recruiting class with the addition of Myles Price, an inside receiver prospect from The Colony, Texas.The 5-foot-9, 164-pound Price announced his decision with a video on his Twitter account Friday afternoon.Read more on NewsOK.com