October 2011

Drovers win another two at home

CHICKASHA – The Drover soccer teams continued both their home and their conference success with wins each against Mid-America Christian University on Tuesday afternoon.

The USAO women battled for much of the game, and the teams went into halftime scoreless. It wasn’t until the 57-minute mark when junior Calli Cooper whizzed a goal by MACU’s keeper.

The women held the lead to win it 1-0. Addie Tipton earned the win and shutout after making two saves in the game.

The Drovers outshot their opponents 29-13 in the game.

Drovers to think pink on Saturday

CHICKASHA – USAO’s colors may be green and gold, but on Saturday against Lubbock Christian, the Drover soccer teams will take on a whole new shade.

USAO’s Colleges Against Cancer will be teaming up with the soccer programs to bring cancer awareness during Saturday’s soccer games. Women’s game kicks off at 1 p.m., and men kick off at 3 p.m.

“This year, both the men and women are wearing Nike pink jerseys and pink shoelaces,” said Scott Parkinson, a sophomore with the men’s soccer team. “We’re doing it to raise awareness.”

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Drovers win another two at home

CHICKASHA – The Drover soccer teams continued both their home and their conference success with wins each against Mid-America Christian University on Tuesday afternoon.