January 2014

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Sevie Carel

Players Number: 
22
Class: 
Senior
Major: 
Business
Hometown: 
Tuttle, Okla.
Previous School: 
Murray State College
Height: 
5'8
Position: 
C/IF

2012-13: Carel played catcher and first base for two seasons at Murray State College before joining the Drovers.

High School: At Tuttle High School, Carel was named All-State and helped her team to two State Championships.

Interesting Fact: Has two fake teeth

Advice to Underclassmen: Never doubt yourself.  You know what you do best and no one can tell you any differently.

Sevie Carel

Players Number: 
22
Class: 
Junior
Hometown: 
Tuttle, Okla.
Previous School: 
Murray State College
Height: 
5-8
Position: 
C/IF

Courtney Capps

Players Number: 
11
Class: 
Senior
Major: 
Business
Hometown: 
Konawa, Okla.
Previous School: 
Murray State College
Height: 
5'9
Position: 
OF

2012-13: Capps spent two seasons playing outfield for Murray State College in Tishomingo.

High School: At Konawa High School, Capps was named All-State and All-Conference. Additionally, she helped her team become State Champions.

Interesting Fact: Is a lefty but plays sports right-handed

Advice to Underclassmen: Life is short, don't take anything for granted and always have fun!

Kaylin Taylor

Players Number: 
10
Class: 
Sophomore
Major: 
Speech Pathology
Hometown: 
Purcell, Okla.
Previous School: 
Purcell High School
Height: 
5'5
Position: 
OF

High School: At Purcell High School, Taylor was named All-State in both fast pitch and slow pitch softball. She helped her team become Slow Pitch State Champions and Runners Up and Fast Pitch Runners Up. She was named Conference Fast Pitch Offensive Player in 2011 and Conference Fast Pitch MVP in 2012. Also, she earned Little All-City honors.

Interesting Fact: Has diabetes

Advice to Underclassmen: Bring headphones with you whenever you travel.

Jaci Booker

Players Number: 
07
Class: 
Sophomore
Major: 
Business
Hometown: 
Cyril, Okla.
Previous School: 
Cyril High School
Height: 
5'7
Position: 
P

High School: Booker was named All-State and All-Conference at Cyril High School. She led her team to the State Semifinals in 2011 and 2012.

Interesting Fact: Traveled to Haiti last summer

Advice to Underclassmen: Go to class.

Dani Warren

Players Number: 
03
Class: 
Sophomore
Major: 
Business and Physical Education
Hometown: 
Cache, Okla.
Previous School: 
Cache High School
Height: 
5'4
Position: 
IF

High School: At Cache High School, Warren was named All-State in both fast pitch and slow pitch softball. She helped her team become 2013 State Champions.

Interesting Fact: I am ambidexterous

Advice to Underclassmen: Get in shape!

McKenna Eubank

Players Number: 
06
Class: 
Sophomore
Major: 
Communications
Hometown: 
Purcell, Okla.
Previous School: 
Purcell High School
Height: 
5'4
Position: 
OF

High School: Eubank was a two-time All-Conference recipient and was named Offensive Player of the Year while playing for Purcell High School. She helped her team become both Regional and Conference Champions all four years, State Quarterfinalists twice and State Semifinalists and State Runners Up each once.

Interesting Fact: Has a cosmetology license

Advice to Underclassmen: Be a teacher's pet.

Tate Landmark

Players Number: 
00
Class: 
Sophomore
Major: 
Undecided
Hometown: 
Lawton, Okla.
Previous School: 
Cache High School
Height: 
5'7
Position: 
P/OF

High School: At Cache High School in Lawton, Landmark was named All-State and All-District. She helped her team become 2013 State Slow Pitch Champions. As for fast pitch, her team went on to be State Runners Up in 2010 and State Semifinalists in 2012.

Interesting Fact: Played softball in Italy

Advice to Underclassmen: Work hard, play harder.  Never give up.

Drovers down No. 24 Pioneers in OT

Date Published: 
01/18/2014
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CHICKASHA – It may have taken an extra five minutes, but the Drovers overtook No. 24 Wayland Baptist 82-81 in an overtime battle on Saturday afternoon.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (6-8, 3-4) were eager to defeat the Pioneers (12-4, 3-3), who jumped into the NAIA Top 25 rankings this week.

The Drovers had the advantage for the majority of the game, although the lead changed hands 10 times during the game’s duration.