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Lubbock Christian University is offering Drover fans a chance to watch and listen to USAO’s baseball and softball games this weekend online.

Senior first baseman Luke Krobath helped the Drovers to 4-0 record last week and was named Sooner Athletic Conference Player of the Week for his efforts.

A combined six Drover home runs led to two wins against Mount Mercy College on Friday afternoon.

The Drovers continue their home success, winning another two Monday afternoon over Sterling College at Bill Smith Ballpark.

Nate Hammons throwing two hits in his six innings on the mound helped the Drovers win their second game against Bethany College on Saturday afternoon at the Bill Smith Ballpark.

The Drovers may have lost a few good seniors and even their coaching legend L.J. Powell, but new Head Coach Mike Ross isn’t worried about the 2010 baseball season. And judging by the first series, he may not need to be.

It may be the beginning of February, but Drover baseball season is already underway.

USAO's baseball home opener and weekend games against Peru State University have been postponed because the field has been deemed not playable because of melting ice and additional rain. The dates of the three match ups have not been determined.

The Drovers were prepared to open the season Friday afternoon at Texas College, but the weekend games were each postponed a day because of potential winter weather.

Three men who have played a role in USAO athletics were admitted into the Athletic Hall of Fame this weekend, including one who never attended the university or played sports for USAO.