CHICKASHA – After 40 years dedicated to the university’s athletic programs and more than a decade as an athletic director, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Brisco McPherson became the NAIA’s fourth member of the John McLendon Minority Athletics Administrators Hall of Fame.
The John McLendon Minority Scholarship Steering Committee unanimously selected McPherson as this year’s inductee, who was a long-time men’s...
CHICKASHA– A 2014 Drover became the third in baseball history to score an NAIA All-American selection after a season that saw the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma make a trip to the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament.
Jaime Gurrola was named NAIA Honorable Mention, following two NAIA selections in 2013 and becoming the third player for the 2013-14 school year to be honored in such a way.
CHICKASHA – With both Drover baseball and softball seasons ending the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament, our final In the Saddle of the season is a special two-part show, featuring Assistant Softball Coach Ken Richardson and Assistant Baseball Coach Sam Hayden.
The Drover softball team (37-24) is ending a strong season that led to the most wins for the program since 2006.
SHAWNEE – Knowing they needed three wins to make a return trip to the NAIA Baseball National Championship tournament, the Drover baseball team started off its postseason play with a 5-0 shutout against fourth-seeded Wayland Baptist.
In the regular season, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma(26-21) and the Pioneers (32-21) battled to one-run games in all three contests of the series, but that wasn’t the case in post-season,...
CHICKASHA – The Drovers head into postseason knowing they need three wins to make it into the NAIA Baseball National Championship tournament, but it’s something pitcher Josh Terrell said is more than possible.
“That’s been the goal since day one is to make it back,” he said. “We’re on a hot streak, and I really like our chances to make it.”
While the season is ending strong with nine consecutive conference wins for three...