Oklahoma Panhandle State Aggies
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|Oklahoma Panhandle State Aggies|
|University||Oklahoma Panhandle State University|
Lone Star Conference (football only)
|Athletic director||R. Wayne Stewart|
|Football stadium||Carl Wooten Field|
|Basketball arena||Oscar Williams Field House|
|Colors||Navy Blue and Red
The Oklahoma Panhandle State Aggies are the athletic teams that represent Oklahoma Panhandle State University, located in Goodwell, Oklahoma, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Aggies compete as members of the Heartland Conference for all 10 varsity sports except football, which plays in the Lone Star Conference.
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The football team plays at Carl Wooten Field and (beginning in the 2016 season) competes in the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference. In the early nineties, OPSU Aggies football was known as a football powerhouse. The program has recently had tremendous success thanks to the late Mike Wyatt (2007–2010). The 2010 team produced the Aggie football program's first winning season since 2004, going 6–5.
A point of pride for OPSU is its men's and women's rodeo teams. The school is a member of the Central Plains Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) and has won several regional and national championships in the sport. As part of their scholarship package, rodeo team members may receive lodging in special housing and stalls for their animals.
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