CHICKASHA — As with most student-athletes at USAO, Dakota Webster has talent both on the court and off.
Two Drover men were named basketball All-Conference athletes in the Sooner Athletic Conference this week.
The Drovers were unable to top the high-ranked Bison, despite tough efforts by both teams.
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.
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