CHICKASHA – The women’s basketball season wrapped up for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma during Sooner Athletic Conference post-season action in one of the most exciting games of the tournament.
The Drovers found themselves down by three in overtime when senior Paige Pulliam hit a buzzer beating three pointer to send the team into double overtime.
CHICKASHA– Coming into the day the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (11-8, 1-3) was looking to grab the first conference win of the season.
They ended up splitting the quick two game series against Mid-America Christian University (13-8, 3-2) on Tuesday afternoon.
In the first game of the afternoon, Tate Landmark pitched all six innings while allowing two runs, only one of which was earned for the 2-0 loss. She struck out three batters and allowed five hits in 23 batters faced.
CHICKASHA– After an impressive performance in the regular season and an equal notable performance in the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament, Tyler Reynolds was named to the All-SAC Tournament team.
Reynolds joins six other athletes on the team as the lone representative from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma after averaging 22.3 points per game, including a career-high 26 in the SAC Semifinals against No.22 Wayland Baptist.
SHAWNEE – The No. 22 Wayland Baptist Pioneers bested the Drovers in 40 minutes of action on Friday night in the Sooner Athletic Conference Semifinals at Oklahoma Baptist’s Noble Complex.
Wayland Baptist goes on to play eighth-seeded Oklahoma Baptist in the SAC Finals at 7 p.m. Saturday at Oklahoma Baptist’s Noble Complex. The winner of the SAC Tournament will receive an automatic bid to the NAIA Men’s Basketball National Championship tournament.
SHAWNEE – The No. 11 Oklahoma Baptist Bison (19-0, 6-0) remain undefeated after taking two games from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (8-10, 0-6) in a Friday evening doubleheader in Shawnee.
It was the Drovers who got on the board first on Friday as Rafael Pena returned home off a double by Jaime Gurrolla in the second inning. Pena went 1-for-3 in the game while Gurrola went 2-for-3.
The Bison went on to score four runs to take the 4-1 win.