CEDAR HILL, Texas – It was a tough doubleheader for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (10-16, 2-9) as No. 13 Northwood University swept the Drovers on Friday afternoon in Cedar Hill, Texas.
The Knights took the 7-2 win in the first game and took the 8-7 win after 10 innings of play in the second game of the afternoon.
CHICKASHA – In one of the highest scoring games to take place at Bill Smith Ballpark, the Drovers run-ruled No. 20 Texas Wesleyan in seven innings to take the series against the Rams on Monday afternoon.
The game saw a combined 30 runs cross the plate, and the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (10-13, 2-7) had a season-high 17 hits on the way to a 20-10 victory over TWU (13-11, 6-3).
CHICKASHA – The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma split in a Friday afternoon home doubleheader against No. 20 Texas Wesleyan, ending the day on a walk-off single by Drover catcher Owen Adams.
The Drovers (9-13, 1-7) secured their much-needed Sooner Athletic Conference win and look to take the series in the final game against the Rams (13-10, 6-2), which is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Monday at Bill Smith Ballpark.
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.
CHICKASHA – The No. 5 Oklahoma City Stars took the series against the Drovers after a strong performance at the plate in the Friday afternoon doubleheader.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (8-7, 0-3) had the lead in the first game but allowed the Stars (9-2, 3-0) to slowly work their way back and win the game in the seventh inning. The Drovers fell 7-6.
After OCU scored in the first inning, the Drovers...
CHICKASHA – As the Drover baseball team begins to wrap up non-conference play, junior pitcher Jason England said the team is becoming one and is ready to begin conference action in the tough Sooner Athletic Conference.
“Everybody is kind of picking up where they need to pick up,” he said. “Everything looks great as a team. We just need to find out who can produce when we need it the most. Everyone is coming together as a family...