CHICKASHA – The Drovers started conference play with a bang, crushing the Saint Gregory’s Cavaliers 6-0 on Thursday afternoon at Drover Pitch.
Just 14 minutes into the game, USAO’s Kalokwera Okot scored his second goal of the season off an assist by Nicolas Alberto.
Less than 10 minutes later, Jean Gnapi found Perry Sansford to give the Drovers a 2-0 lead. Minutes later — and then minutes apart — Stephen Owusu scored two more goals for the Drovers. The first was unassisted and the second was off an assist by Niall Burley.
CHICKASHA – Opening conference play on Thursday afternoon, the Drover women went on to shut out Saint Gregory’s with a 4-0 win at home.
The Drovers dominated the game offensively, outshooting the Cavaliers 27-5 for the game. Sixteen of USAO’s shots were on goal.
The Drovers got lucky early on as SGU committed an own goal to give the Drovers a 1-0 lead. But it wasn't long before sophomore Linda Addo knocked in another USAO goal, off a double assist by Megan Wilkerson and Taylor Fain.
Niall Crick is originally from Edinburgh the capital city of Scotland. He came to USAO in 2008 on a soccer scholarship. Crick was a four-year soccer player for the Drovers and was a member of three teams that made the National Tournament. He was a two-time NAIA All-American and won numerous other awards as a player. He graduated from college in April 2012 with a Bachelor’s in Communication. Crick started working in the USAO Admissions Office in September 2012.
Admissions Counselors are responsible for recruiting students; representing the university when counseling prospective freshmen and transfer students through enrollment; responding to admissions inquiries via phone, letter, e-mail and social networking; giving campus tours; traveling to represent the university at college fairs and programs; assisting in planning and organizing prospective student events; and building relationships with prospective students, current students, parents, high school counselors.
Rheta Nadine St. John Pike June 14, 1926 - Sept. 21, 2012 Graveside service for Rheta Pike, age 86, of Chickasha, was held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012, at the Rose Hill Cemetery in Chickasha. Ron Blankinship officiated. Rheta Nadine St. John Pike was born the daughter of Charles St. John and Elsie Goode St. John on June 14, 1926 in Minco. She died on Sept. 21, 2012 in Chickasha. Rheta moved to Chickasha as a young child and graduated from Chickasha High School in 1944. She attended Abiline Christian University and OCW, graduating from OCW with a teaching degree.
Funeral for Mary Frances Glandon, 79, Lawton, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Becker Funeral Home Memorial Chapel with Terry Marsh officiating. Mrs. Glandon died Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012, in Lawton. Burial will be in Cache Cemetery under direction of Becker Funeral Home & Cremation Service. She was born July 14, 1933, in Rocky, to John A. and Eula Spears Wilcox. She grew up in Lawton and attended Lawton High School until moving to Chickasha, where she was a graduate of Chickasha High School. She later attended Oklahoma College for Women. She married Jerry Whitley Glandon on Nov.
CHICKASHA – Junior Nicolas Alberto has helped lead the Drovers to the NAIA Quarterfinals both years he’s been to USAO, but this season, he’s hungry for more.
“As a team, I just want to win the title; go to nationals and win the title. Nothing less. That’s why I came back,” Alberto said. “Now, I’m a team captain so I have to work really hard in practice to show the young kids to follow my lead.”
Alberto took on the role as team captain at the beginning of the season. The Drovers are on their way to a successful year with potential of reaching Alberto’s goal.
The bi-annual Festival of Arts and Ideas explores the Body Politic, beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 15 and 16 in the USAO Ballroom. The Festival brings together faculty and students to explore a common theme through multiple disciplines. The festival is free and open to the public.
The Massachusetts Constitution of 1780 declares that “the body politic is … a social compact by which the whole people covenants with each citizen and each citizen with the whole people.”
In an age characterized by a deeply polarized electorate and a nation defined by the rugged individualism of its citizens, does this notion still stand?
This question is just one of the ideas that will be explored as the bi-annual Festival of Arts and Ideas convenes to consider The Body Politic, beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 15 and 16 in the Ballroom on the campus of the University of Science and Arts.
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