While the weather is slowly starting to cool off, spend the last days of summer watching a plethora of sporting events. 

Photo by Don Tomkalski

With baseball season coming to a close this month, join the Tulsa Drillers for their final games from Sept. 1-3 and 12-17 at ONEOK Field. Tulsa FC Soccer is taking over the venue on Sept. 3 and 9. Expo Square hosts two different horse racing events: the Tulsa Reining Classic through September 3 and Simulcast Horse Racing through November 4. College football season kicks off at the University of Tulsa with the Golden Hurricane playing at home – H.A. Chapman Stadium – Sept. 16 and 28. You can watch the top tennis players compete at the ITA Men’s All-American Championships, Sept. 30-Oct. 8, also at TU. 

The OKC Dodgers are closing out their season with games from Sept. 1-3 and 12-17 at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. The Paycom Center will host PBR Freedom Fest from Sept. 8-10 for a fun evening of professional bull riding and pyrotechnics. Sept. 24 is the annual Oklahoma Derby Day, hosted by OKC’s Remington Park. Just outside of the city, the University of Oklahoma Sooners will have their first football games at Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium on Sept. 2 and 9. The Oklahoma State Cowboys also have their season opening games on Sept. 2 and 16 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.

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