STILLWATER – Celebrating the 2021-22 accomplishments of its student-athletes and teams, Oklahoma State Athletics hosted the Cowboy Choice Awards at the McKnight Center for the Performing Arts Saturday.
NCAA champion Taylor Roe and the world’s No. 1-ranked amateur golfer Eugenio Chacarra took home the night’s top honors, as they were honored as the Cowgirl and Cowboy Athlete of the Year, respectively.
Winners of the first women’s team national championship in OSU history, the equestrian program was recognized as the Cowgirl Team of the Year, while the Fiesta Bowl champion football squad was honored as the Cowboy Team of the Year.
Cecil and Frances O’Brate were the recipients of the T. Boone Pickens Difference Maker Award for their generosity in building the nation’s finest college baseball stadium.
Cowboy Choice Award Winners
T. Boone Pickens Difference Maker Award – Cecil and Frances O’Brate
Cowgirl Loyal and True Award – Hannah Coleman, Equestrian
Cowboy Loyal and True Award – Mike Releford, Track and Field
Cowgirl Breakthrough Athlete – Katelynn Carwile, Softball
Cowboy Breakthrough Athlete – Malcolm Rodriguez, Football
Cowgirl Best Individual Performance – Kelly Maxwell, Softball
Cowboy Best Individual Performance – Daton Fix, Wrestling
Cowgirl Biggest Team Upset – Softball vs. Oklahoma
Cowboy Biggest Team Upset – Men’s Basketball vs. Baylor
Volunteer Team of the Year – Spirit
Coach of the Year – Larry Sanchez, Equestrian
Best Dressed Cowgirl of the Night – Alana Wolfberg, Tennis
Best Dressed Cowboy of the Night – Chris Harris Jr., Basketball
Cowgirl Team of the Year – Equestrian
Cowboy Team of the Year – Football
Cowgirl Athlete of the Year – Taylor Roe, Cross Country/Track and Field
Cowboy Athlete of the Year – Eugenio Chacarra, Men’s Golf