Events

Upcoming Events

2:00pm Mar 03, 2015
Bill Smith Ballpark

Join the Drovers as they take on Southwestern OSU in a single game beginning at 2 p.m. at Bill Smith Ballpark. Fans enjoy free admission to all Drover home games.

For those who can’t make it out to the game, USAO provides free, live video and live stats. Watch live!

A photo of Dr. Dex Marble playing the piano.

7:30pm Mar 04, 2015
Alumni Chapel

Dr. Dex Marble, vice president for academic affairs, will make his first extended public appearance as a pianist in a recital at 7:30 p.m. March 4 in the Alumni Chapel.

Marble will perform pieces from Johann Sebastian Bach, Johannes Brahms and Ludwig van Beethoven, among others. The last piece will be one Marble composed decades ago and will be performed by Dr. Ken Bohannon, professor of music; Dr. Kate Sekula, special instructor of music; and Cherokee Howell, USAO music student.

The performance is free and open to the public.

8:45am Mar 06, 2015
Chickasha Community

Join us in this year's Drover Difference Day where students, faculty and staff will spend the day volunteering throughout Chickasha in conjunction with various community organizations. In the past, these have included Ross Health Care, Chickasha Police Department, City of Chickasha, Resurrection House, YMCA, Grady County Historical Society, and more.

USAO v. Oklahoma City University

2:00pm Mar 06, 2015
Bill Smith Ballpark

Game has been moved to Friday March 6 instead of Thursday March 5

Join the Drovers as they take on Oklahoma City University in a single game beginning at 2 p.m. at Bill Smith Ballpark. Fans enjoy free admission to all Drover home games.

For those who can’t make it out to the game, USAO provides free, live video and live stats. Watch live! 

7:30pm Mar 09, 2015
Te Ata Auditorium

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