While it’s been a rebuilding year for USAO basketball, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Vinson Metcalf said the team has the talent and is just learning to play hard.
USAO gave No. 17 Oklahoma City a run for its money Thursday night, coming within five points of tying the game at the last buzzer.
The Drovers came back from a 20-point deficit to pull the game within one with two minutes left but were unable to pull off a win Monday night.
Can’t make it to Lubbock, Texas, on Thursday to watch your USAO Drovers play basketball?
It was a tale of two halves Saturday night against Northwestern Oklahoma State University and one Drover team earned a victory.
Despite trouble this season for the men’s basketball team, junior forward Aaron Daniels said the team has a successful future ahead.
Both Drover and Lady Drover games came down to the wire Wednesday night, and USAO could not pull out the victory either time.
Reports of possible winter weather hitting the area on Thursday afternoon has forced USAO and Mid-America Christian University to bump their Thursday night games up one day.
Both Drover basketball teams felt the disappointment of a loss after their battles against Lubbock Christian University on Saturday afternoon in Chickasha.
While the men’s basketball team may only have three wins under it’s belt, Coach Brisco McPherson says the team is merely learning how to play ball at the college level.
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