November 2013

Shutout clinches SAC Championship

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11/05/2013
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CHICKASHA – The Drovers clinched their ninth regular season conference championship with a 1-0 win at Northwood University in the team’s Tuesday afternoon game.

Coming in as top seed, the Drovers (12-4, 9-1) will host the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament throughout the event, which is set to begin on Friday. Tournament schedules are expected to be released Wednesday.

Women grab SAC sixth seed with shutout

Date Published: 
11/05/2013
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CHICKASHA– The final regular season whistle has gone off. The Drover women soccer team will clinch the sixth seed with a 3-0 victory over Northwood on Tuesday afternoon.

The Drovers (6-10, 5-5) came in to the day knowing they will be heading to postseason play were fighting for the sixth seed. With the win, the Drovers will be traveling on Saturday for the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament opener. The winner of the SAC Tournament will receive an automatic bid to the NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship Tournament.

Second Money and Banking Take Home Exam

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Second Take Home Exam

Directions:

1.     Spend no more than 3 hours working on the exam.

2.     You may use your text and class notes as resources.

3.     You may NOT collaborate with other students, or use resources not listed above.

4.     You may ask me questions about the exam, which I may or may not answer.

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Young Alumni/Hall of Fame Awards Presented at Homecoming

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Library legend Lotsee Patterson was inducted into the USAO Alumni Hall of Fame Nov. 2. Artist Dylan Cavin received the Young Alumni Award. Read more about these outstanding individuals.
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Drovers drop close match to No. 2 LSU-Shreveport

Date Published: 
11/02/2013
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CHICKASHA– The Drovers fall to No. 2 LSU-Shreveport on the road Saturday night in a 93-83 fashion that saw the Drovers come close to catching the lead.

USAO (0-2) tied the score four times during the game, and the lead changed hands six times before the final buzzer sounded.

The leading scorer for the Drovers was newcomer Tyler Reynolds, who scored 24 points off the bench for the team. Along with his point value, he had six rebounds to finish his 10-for-16 shooting night.

Drovers start season at SCU Classic

Date Published: 
11/02/2013
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BETHANY– The women entered their opening weekend trying to start the season off on the right foot playing at Southwestern Christian Classic on Friday and Saturday afternoons.

The Drovers (0-1) took a 73-45 advantage in a Saturday afternoon exhibition match against Rhema Bible College after dropping the 2013-14 season opener against Friends University with a final of 67-39.

In the exhibition matchup, the Drovers had two members of the team score more than 10 points. Sophomore Sami Martin led the way with 22 points.

Drovers outshine the Stars

Date Published: 
11/01/2013
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CHICKASHA – The Drovers scored six unanswered goals on Friday afternoon to top the Oklahoma City Stars 6-1 in USAO’s Senior Day at Drover Pitch.

The win extends the Drovers’ seven-game winning streak and puts the Drovers (11-4, 8-1) in a position to host the first round of the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament.

It wasn’t looking good for USAO when OCU’s Trevor Harmon scored the first five minutes. It was, however, the Stars’ only shot on goal of the game.

USAO falls to No. 20 Stars

Date Published: 
11/01/2013
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CHICKASHA – Despite an early lead, the Drover women could not overcome the No. 20 Oklahoma City Stars on Senior Day on Friday at Drover Pitch.

The Stars (12-4, 8-1) stopped a three-game shutout streak for the Drovers (5-10, 4-5).

In the first 15 minutes of the game, Jade Ovendale scored her 17th goal of the season off a pass by senior Linda Addo.

The Drovers maintained their lead through the half, but OCU’s offensive dominance eventually wore on USAO, who let two goals slip by them. The Stars had a total of 24 shots, compared to USAO’s nine.