CHICKASHA – Continuing their strong season, the Drover women move on to the SAC Semifinals for the first time in school history after a hard-earned win 1-0 over Mid-America Christian on Saturday afternoon.
The Drovers will move on to play at 7 p.m. at Southern Nazarene on Tuesday. SNU advanced over John Brown in penalty kicks.
The winner of Monday’s match will go on to play the winner of a game between Rogers State and Oklahoma City for the SAC Tournament Title and a bid to the National Tournament.
Mark Owens addresses the crowd assembled for the 2003 dedication of the Owens Flag Plaza at USAO. Beside him is Caroline Owens, his partner in every endeavor.
Mark Owens, 63, a visionary entrepreneur and designer of the Owens Flag Plaza at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, died Nov. 1, at his home in Castle Rock, Colo.
He will be remembered for generations by alumni and friends of USAO as the “imagineer” behind the Owens Flag Plaza, which he designed as three interlocking circles to harmonize its unique three-part history.
Newly inducted members of the USAO Alumni Hall of Fame stop for a photo with President John Feaver after Saturday's ceremony. The annual event is a highlight of the USAO Alumni Homecoming. From left are Christopher Price of North Carolina, winner of the Young Alumni Award, and hall of fame honorees fire safety expert Dr. Robert England of Stillwater, concert pianist and educator Margaret Singer of Paris, and visionary elementary educator Annette Dake of Bridge Creek. At right is USAO President John Feaver.
Four exceptional individuals who are distinguishing themselves in diverse fields were honored Nov. 5 by the USAO Alumni Association.