May 2009

USAO Admission Application Goes 'Green'

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The online application for admission into USAO is located on the main website at Users need to click the "Apply Now" button and follow the online instructions. As an incentive to try the online application, the $15 application fee has been waived for the online application.

High school students applying for admission at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma this fall will a find a free 'green' way to apply with a new online application.

"We want to make the application process to USAO easy, quick and convenient," said Kellee Johnson, admissions coordinator. "That is why we now have our application form online. Not only is it easier for the student, but it's also easy on the environment by eliminating paper."

Drovers Sign Impact Forward

CHICKASHA – Head coach Jimmy Hampton has been reunited with a former player, and USAO signed one of the top offensive players in the state. Tulsa transfer Taylor Fain signed a letter of intent to play for the Drovers Thursday giving the team another young scoring threat.

Another First for Hammons, Three Drovers Honored

SHAWNEE – Chalk up another first for the record-breaking University of Science and Arts’ baseball team this season. Three Drovers were named all-conference Tuesday, and Fort Cobb native Nate Hammons posted yet another record.

Beaty, Crotty’s Seasons Lead to All-SAC Selection

SHAWNEE – After each set a new record for single-season home runs and finished with a batting average over .350 seniors Leslie Beaty and Caitlyn Crotty headed up a list of four USAO player that were selected to the all-conference teams this week.

Conference Baseball Tournament Canceled

SHAWNEE – Rainy conditions caused the cancellation of this season's Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament. The Drovers' future in the regional tournament will be known Friday.