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Fort Cobb graduate Dillon Wilson (seated) signs a letter of intent to play for the Drover Baseball team at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha.  Wilson is an infielder who played for Fort Cobb-Broxton last year. "We are really excited to have Dillon on our team," said Mike Ross, head coach. "He is a baseball guy who loves playing the game. I am looking forward to the opportunity to coach Dillon for the...

CHICKASHA – Just as he had done hundreds of times before, L.J. Powell’s most recent and life-changing decision was made with the best interests of others in mind.

SHAWNEE – Chalk up another first for the record-breaking University of Science and Arts’ baseball team this season. Three Drovers were named all-conference Tuesday, and Fort Cobb native Nate Hammons posted yet another record.

SHAWNEE – Rainy conditions caused the cancellation of this season's Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament. The Drovers' future in the regional tournament will be known Friday.

ALVA - Dalton House's two-run double in the eighth inning was the difference in the University of Science and Arts' 5-2 game one win over Northwestern Oklahoma Thursday. Nate Hammons set a new school record with 10 wins in a season in a 4-1 game two win.

CHICKASHA – Led by Brandt Lierle’s record-breaking 32nd career homer, the University of Science and Arts blasted six home runs and took game one over No. 2 Oklahoma City 12-9 Saturday afternoon. OCU answered with a 13-2 game two win to take the series.

CHICKASHA – Eight home runs left Bill Smith Ballpark, but five errors did the real damage as the University of Science and Arts was unable to knock off No. 2 Oklahoma City in the series opener Thursday. OCU hit six homers in route to a 20-4 win.

CHICKASHA – It was a bittersweet day for the University of Science and Arts as more records fell, and the team convincingly upset 18th-ranked Southern Nazarene 5-1 in game one of Saturday’s doubleheader.

BETHANY – In a series that may define the season, the University of Science and Arts came up one run short in Thursday’s game one against No. 18th-ranked Southern Nazarene. USAO held a 2-0 lead for six innings, but a four-run seventh lifted SNU to the 6-5 home win.

CHICKASHA – Led by three home runs and eight RBIs from senior Kevin Carby the University of Science and Arts took both games of Monday’s doubleheader against Hillsdale College by run-rule. With the 15-1 and 10-0 victories, USAO improved to 31-10 on the season.