December 2012

Drovers jump to No. 14 on latest NAIA poll

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CHICKASHA – With a stunning 7-1 run to open the season, the Drover men’s basketball team finds itself nationally ranked for the first time in years.

The Drovers jumped from unranked in the preseason to their current spot at 14 in the latest NAIA poll, which was released Tuesday evening.

It is the first time the program has appeared on the rankings since finishing the 2002-03 season at No. 16.

USAO, which faced tough NCAA Division II competition so far this season, have only lost one game — an overtime loss to now-No. 11 Texas Wesleyan.

Three Drovers named All-American

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CHICKASHA – After a fourth NAIA Men’s Soccer National Tournament run, three Drovers were named to the elite NAIA All-America list — including a first ever First Team recipient for Drover soccer.

Scott Parkinson, a junior defender, was named USAO’s first men’s soccer All-America First Team, which goes to just 11 players in the country.

Norman Regional Hospital Award Recognition Luncheon

Regents Room, Student Center

12/07/2012 - 12:00pm

Innovations 2013


Teaching Demo by Candidates for Assistant Professor of Art in Painting

Choir Room, Davis Hall 124 - Blake Morgan will demo on Monday, December 3.

12/03/2012 - 3:30pm - 12/05/2012 - 3:30pm

Drovers dominate the Knights

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CHICKASHA – The Drovers continue their home success on Saturday afternoon, defeating Northwood University 77-64.

The Drovers (7-1) have not lost yet at home. Their only loss was in overtime against No. 17 Texas Wesleyan.

On Saturday, the Drovers scored within the first minute and held the lead — which got up to 28 points in the second half — for the remainder of the game.

Brandon Cutler recorded his third double double of the season with 22 points and 16 rebounds. He shot 50 percent from the field on Saturday.

Drovers slay the Knights

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CHICKASHA – The USAO women had little problem fighting the Northwood Knights on Saturday afternoon in their last home game of 2012, leading nearly the entire game before winning it 72-60.

The Drovers (7-2) dominated the game, giving up the lead just once in the first two minutes, but quickly recovering and leading for the remainder of the game.

Rocio Medrano led the team in points, earning 22 in just 16 minutes after hitting seven of 11 shots from the field and eight of her nine free throw attempts.