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CHICKASHA– A offensive second half performance earned the Drover women’s basketball team their first win of the 2013-14 season in a 67-65 decision on Tuesday evening at Bacone College.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (1-1) went into the second half down by five points, but after the break, USAO came out on a shooting tear to put the Drovers in the driver’s seat the entire half. Even with the scoring output, the Drovers had to withstand a last minute rally to grab the win.
CHICKASHA – The Drovers travel to Missouri Valley to compete in their fifth straight NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship Opening Round, according to pairings released by the NAIA on Monday afternoon.
Ranked No. 11 in the nation, the Drovers (15-4) take on the No. 20 Vikings (12-4-4) on Saturday in Marshall, Mo. Game time is set for 4 p.m.
CHICKASHA – The Drovers struggled to overcome the tough NCAA Division II Southwestern OSU Bulldogs in a Saturday night game at the USAO Fieldhouse, dropping 75-68.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (1-4) shot 38.6 percent from the field in a game that saw the Drovers playing catch up nearly the entire 40 minutes despite the lead changing hands four times.
Three Drovers scored in double digits in the game. Leading the pack was point guard David Tucker, Jr., a sophomore from Dallas, who had 16 points for a season high. He went 4-for-9 from beyond the arc.
CHICKASHA – After 90 minutes of Thursday’s battle, the Drovers could be seen huddled together singing out cheers in celebration of a Sooner Athletic Conference Championship and another trip to nationals.
The No. 17 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (15-4) defeated the Saint Gregory’s Cavaliers 2-0 in the SAC Championship on Thursday afternoon at Drover Pitch. It was USAO’s 11th victory in a row.
CHICKASHA – After a disappointing start for the Drover men, the team rallied together and created a dominating force, winning 10 in a row and setting themselves in a position to earn another trip to the NAIA National Championship tournament.
“We started off not particularly fantastic coming in 4-4,” senior defender Phil Pryor said. “We won the last 10 games … Now, we are in our conference final, which is great, and this is back where we used to be.”