In the fall of 2013, after two years graduating from the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma, Andy Morphew has returned to the Sports Information office.
Morphew served as a student work-study while attending USAO from August of 2009 to December of 2011. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication, and while attending, he was the sports reporter, photographer and editor for the student magazine, The Trend.
Along with being the sports editor for the magazine, he interned at The Duncan Banner in the summer of 2011 and covered Friday Night Football during the fall.
Additionally, he was the News/Sports Editor for The Marlow Review before returning to USAO as the Print Shop assistant. Morphew is married to Heather Morphew (Broyles), a 2010 USAO alum and a fifth grade teacher at Duncan Public Schools.
Robert Story is a USAO alumnus holding a BA in Drama with emphases in Directing and Performance (2011). He worked at USAO as an RA at Lawson Court for two years while a student and then as a part time worker in Information Services for over a year. After a brief stint as an English language teacher in Nagoya, Japan, he returned to the USA and now works as a Computer Technician in USAO IS.
High School: Brewster was named captain of the Bradford City Women’s Football Club and Players Player of the Year in 2011. She helped her team win the league cup in 2012. In the 2011 season, she scored 19 goals.
2011-12: At Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, Ovendale earned the Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year awards in 2011-12. She also became the record-holder of most goals in a career. She helped her team come in seventh place in the national tournament.
High School: Before attending NOC, Ovendale earned the Football Recognition Award while playing back home in England.
Major: Physical Education
Interesting Fact: Proud owner of gray hair since the age of 16.