CHICKASHA – USAO’s Jade Ovendale was named Sooner Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Monday after netting four goals in two games.
After scoring the USAO’s only goal in a home loss to John Brown on Tuesday, Ovendale scored a hat trick — with an assist — to lead the Drovers to their first conference win on the road at Saint Gregory’s.
In total, Ovendale has 10 goals and four assists on the season, leading the team in both categories. She also is responsible for both the Drovers’ game-winning goals for the season.
2012-13: Batycki played center for one year at Northwest Kansas Tech.
High School: At the Phelps School, Batycki averaged six points and 1.8 rebounds per game. He was an honor student and named a Phelps Role Model. He also was honored as Most Improved. He helped his team to become regional champions.
Interesting Fact: Can speak three languages fluently.
2012-13: Tucker played point guard one season at Paris Junior College. There, he was fourth in the country in assist-to-turnover ratio.
High School: In high school, Tucker was named All-District his senior year and All-Tournament at the Beaumont Tournament. He helped his team to become two-time State Champions and State Runners Up once. He averaged 12 points and 11 assist a game.
2012-13: Brown played one season at LSU-Shreveport before transferring to USAO.
2010-12: Brown played guard for two seasons at Bossier Parish Community College.
High School: Brown was named All-District and All-City while in high school in Plain Dealing, La. There, he helped his team to become District Champions all four years while averaging 15.5 points per game.
2011-13: Charles played two season as point guard at Ranger College in Texas before USAO.
High School: Charles was named All-Conference Third Team his junior year at Manchester Regional High School. He helped his team to the No. 3 spot in the country while averaging 21 points and eight assists a game.