2012: In his redshirt freshman season, Adams split time behind the plate, playing in 22 games for the Drovers. With 18 hits off of 57 at bats, he finished the season with a batting average of .316. He hit home runs in games against Saint Mary and Lubbock Christian. For the season, he scored a total of five runs.
High School: Adams was named All-District and Academic All-Metro while playing for Cibola High School near Albuquerque, N.M. He had a .420 batting average and hit two home runs in high school.
2012: In his first season with the Drovers, Wilda came in as the starting third baseman. Playing in 46 games, Wilda came in second on the team in batting average with .394. He also was second on the team in hits, doubles, and RBIs. He scored 38 runs and batted 45 runners with 67 hits on the season. He ranked 10th in the NAIA in doubles per game (.413) and in the top 50 in batting average, hits per game and total doubles. He had four home runs on the season, including in a game against No. 1 Oklahoma City and in wins against Bethany College and Northwestern OSU.
2012: Vigo started in the outfield in nearly every game for the Drovers coming in as a junior. He had 54 hits from 154 at bats, earning a batting average of .351. He had a season-high three runs in a March game against Hillsdale College. For the season, he scored 33 runs and had 35 RBIs. He hit five home runs on the season, including conference games against Southern Nazarene and Northwestern OSU.
2011: Vigo earned the Coaches’ Award at Vernon Junior College, where he played a season at third base and shortstop.
2012: Coon immediately saw starts, playing both infield and outfield. At the plate, Coon led the team in batting average at .402 and nearly every other offensive category. He came in first in the NAIA in doubles per game, fourth in total bases per game and eighth in total doubles. He is tied for first in the USAO record books for single-season doubles with 22 and third in hits with 70. For the season, he scored 49 runs and batted 50 runners in. Additionally, he had 11 home runs, including two in a conference game against Southern Nazarene.
2012: As the Drovers’ starting short stop, Mueller played in nearly every game of the season. In 124 at bats, he scored 25 runs and batted 22 runners in. He had a total of 29 hits — including season-high three hits against conference opponents Oklahoma Baptist and Wayland Baptist. He hit two rare home runs in the season — an in-the-park homer in a February contest against Saint Mary’s and a grand slam to end the season at the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament.
2012: Summers played in about half the games for the Drovers, missing the middle of the season due to injury. He had compiled a batting average of .343 with 23 hits off of just 67 at bats. He scored 19 runs, including a home run in a Sooner Athletic Conference tournament game.
2011: As a sophomore, Summers played in 43 games and saw 35 starts. He scored 29 runs and batted 20 runners in with 37 hits on the season. In a March game against NCAA Division II Cameron, Summers had five hits and four runs, including a home run.
Funeral Mass for Helen Elizabeth Powers, 92, of Chickasha, Oklahoma will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012 at the Holy Name Catholic Church. Helen Elizabeth Powers was born Sept. 20, 1919 in Chickasha, the daughter of William Patrick and Mary Fauntleroy (Downey) Sullivan. She died Jan. 3, 2012 in Oklahoma City. She and John Semion Powers were married Aug. 3, 1942. He preceded her in death in 1949. Helen graduated from Oklahoma College for Women and received her Masters Degree from Oklahoma University. She taught kindergarten at St. Joseph Academy until 1958.
Mrs. Donna Kaye (Kitchens) (Austin) Long, 78, of Norman, passed away at home Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011. Memorial services will be 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Havenbrook Funeral Home chapel. Kaye was born in Chickasha on Oct. 17, 1933. She received a bachelors degree in education at Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha and her masters degree from OU in education administration.