February 2014

Dave Abney

Players Number: 
31
Class: 
Junior
Hometown: 
Litchfield Park, Ariz.
Previous School: 
Paradise Valley CC
Height: 
6'4
Position: 
RHP

2012-13: Abney joins the Drovers after two seasons at Paradise Valley Community College in Phoenix, Ariz. In 2011, he played in the NJCAA Division II All-Star Game.

High School: At Verrado High School, Abney had an ERA of 1.9 and a 7-2 record in 2010. He was named All-Region First Team in 2009 and 2010 and Region Player of the Year and All-State Second Team both in 2010.

Major: Business Management

Interesting Fact: Goes water-skiing every summer

Warren Stehn

Players Number: 
30
Class: 
Senior
Hometown: 
Roanoke, Texas
Previous School: 
Univ. of Arkansas Pine-Bluff
Height: 
6'1
Position: 
OF

2013: Stehn played outfield for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff before transferring to USAO.

2011-12: Out of high school, Stehn played two seasons at Galveston College.

High School: Stehn was named All-District and First Team Defense at Northwest High School in Texas. There, he helped his team become District Runners Up.

Major: Business Management

Interesting Fact: Has lived in six different states

Rory Rivera

Players Number: 
29
Class: 
Sophomore
Hometown: 
San Antonio, Texas
Previous School: 
University of the Incarnate World
Height: 
5'11
Position: 
LHP

2013: Rivera pitched one season for the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas.

High School: Before college, Rivera attended Highlands High School, also in San Antonio.

Major: Math Education

Interesting Fact: Fixes electronics in his off time

Kevin Royer

Players Number: 
27
Class: 
Junior
Hometown: 
Stillwater, Okla.
Previous School: 
Oklahoma State
Height: 
6'3
Position: 
RHP

2013: Royer pitched one season at Northern Oklahoma College in Enid.

2012: Before NOC, Royer played for Northeastern Oklahoma in Miami, Okla.

2011: Royer attended Oklahoma State out of high school.

High School: Royer played for Stillwater High School before college.

Major: Pre-pharmacy

Interesting Fact: Is the tallest one in his family

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Last second rally comes up short

Date Published: 
02/01/2014
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SHAWNEE – With a big second-half from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma ended up falling short in the last second as the Drovers dropped on the road at Oklahoma Baptist.

The Drovers (8-10, 5-6) had a 41-point second half to get the game within one score, but the Bison maintained their 70-68 edge on Saturday.

Leading scorer for the Drovers was Jahseth Lloyd, who continues his 18-plus point streak with 24 points on 8-for-18 shooting on the night. He went 8-for-9 at the free throw line and had 12 rebounds to give him this third double-double of the season.

A tough battle against No. 5 OBU

Date Published: 
02/01/2014
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SHAWNEE– Coming into the game, the Drovers expected a tough battle against NAIA No. 5 Oklahoma Baptist and were unable to overcome the powerful team, falling 69-54 in Shawnee on Saturday.

University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (3-11, 2-9) fell in the first of two regular season match ups against conference rival Oklahoma Baptist Bison, who extended their winning streak to 12.

The Drovers had three players in double figures with the leading scorer being senior Paige Pulliam, who had 11 points with 33 percent shooting from the field. She also had seven rebounds.