October 2013

Nash Library

Nash Library

Nash Library is seeing great improvements as a result of the Ready, Set, NOW Campaign. Over the course of the summer of 2013, significant work began throughout the library on a variety of projects.

Austin Hall/Science Labs

Austin Hall/Science Labs

Donors to the Ready, Set, NOW Campaign have made possible the installation of the latest scientific equipment in Austin Hall science and math laboratories and classrooms. Our professors can now teach the most current methods without the restrictions of outdated or insufficient equipment.

Student Scholarships

Current Student Scholarships

As part of a plan developed jointly by USAO’s Financial Aid and Admissions teams, a new series of scholarships are set to attract several hundred new students to campus. The NOW Scholarship program will offer a $2,000 yearly scholarship to 100 new students for three years beginning with the 2013-2014 academic year.

Alberto grabs hat trick for Drovers

Date Published: 
10/22/2013
Nicolas Alberto

OKLAHOMA CITY– The Drovers continue winning streak with a Nicolas Alberto hat trick to give the team a 4-1 victory at Mid-America Christian on Tuesday afternoon.

The win gives the Drovers a season-high four game winning streak as the Drovers came out firing in the match against the Evangels.

The Drovers wasted no time getting the ball in the net as Alberto scored his first goal five minutes into the first half. The ball was passed from Kyle Maxwell, with Alberto kicking it over goalkeeper head and scoring the goal uncontested.

Drover women grab first shutout

Date Published: 
10/22/2013
Linda Addo

OKLAHOMA CITY– The Drovers got the season’s first shutout against Mid-America with a score of 3-0 on Tuesday afternoon.

In the game, the Drovers couldn’t get many shots off, but they did not let that define them or the game.

The shot count in the first half was to the Evangels advantage as they had an 11 shots the USAO’s one, but it was the one that count for the Drovers as a game winner. Jade Ovendale took the Drovers only shot in the half past the goalkeeper on a one on one battle.

Madness to take over USAO campus Oct. 28

Date Published: 
10/21/2013
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CHICKASHA – As the air grows colder in Chickasha, residents know fall means one thing: Drover basketball.
 
Each year, crowds flock to the USAO Fieldhouse for USAO’s annual basketball pep rally, Drover Madness. The event promises to give fans the opportunity to meet the basketball teams while enjoying one of the most popular campus events of the year.

Madness is set for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at the USAO Fieldhouse. The event is free and open to the public.

USAO shuts out No. 19 Texas Wesleyan

Date Published: 
10/19/2013
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CHICKASHA – Facing their first ranked opponent in nearly three weeks, the Drovers dominated No. 19 Texas Wesleyan 6-0 on Saturday afternoon at Drover Pitch.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (7-4, 4-1) is looking to claw their way back into the NAIA Top 25, while the Rams (9-4-1, 3-3) were hoping to stay in the rankings in Saturday’s game.

The Drovers scored their first four goals in the first half, knocking in the final two in last 20 minutes of the game.

Lady Rams out match the Drovers

Date Published: 
10/19/2013
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CHICKASHA – A Drover rally just came too late on Saturday afternoon as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma dropped to Texas Wesleyan 2-1.

In a game that was a stalemate until nearly 70 minutes in, the Lady Rams (9-2-2, 3-2-1) found a way to top the Drovers (2-9, 1-4) in the end.

TWU’s Lauren Kee scored both for the Lady Rams, sliding them through the left side of the goal.

Trailing 2-0, USAO was able to answer one of those goals with a direct pass by Ryah Vyse to Linda Addo, who knocked one in with less than 10 minutes in the game.

USAO picked eighth in conference

Date Published: 
10/16/2013
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CHICKASHA – The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s basketball team was picked to come in eighth in the Sooner Athletic Conference, according to the preseason coaches’ poll released this week.

“We are looking forward to the upcoming season,” Head Coach Jennifer Hayden said. “The SAC is one of the toughest conferences in the country so every game is a battle no matter where you are in the rankings.”