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CHICKASHA – Six Drovers (6-1) scored seven goals in a 7-3 victory against Wiley College (2-2-2) in a Friday afternoon game at Drover Pitch.

The game saw a total of eight combined goals in the second half alone, seven of which were within a 20-minute period.

Six minutes into the game, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Kyle Maxwell scored on a diving header into the left side of the goal off a direct...

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CHICKASHA – The No. 17 Drovers (5-1) had no problem on Tuesday afternoon in a home game against Texas College, defeating the visiting Steers (1-4) with a 4-0 final.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s offense had control of the game on Tuesday. The Drovers had 26 shots, compared to Texas College’s five, none of which were on goal.

Goalkeeper Bryan Byars (5-1) earned the shutout — his fourth this season...

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CHICKASHA – Keeper Bryan Byars earned his 50th win and propelled himself into the NAIA Top 10 in career shutouts as the Drovers (3-1) recorded a 5-0 victory over Tabor College on Thursday afternoon.

Byars, a senior from Oklahoma City, had one save for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in the game. In total, Byars has a career record of 50-12-4 and has 34 shutouts. He is tied for 10th in the NAIA record books with...

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CHICKASHA – With the season still in an early state for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men’s soccer team, senior Nat Scott said the Drovers (3-1) are beginning well but still have some improving to do.

“Mixed reviews, I suppose,” he said. “Even though we’ve been getting results, we haven’t been playing maybe as well as we would like to. We haven’t been gelling as a team as maybe we should. We are looking to remedy...

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EDMOND – Twenty-eight shots led to four goals by the Drover men in a rout of Friends University on Tuesday evening in a special contest hosted at the Edmond Soccer Club.

The Falcons (2-1) struck early, but University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (3-1) struck often to take their third win of the year.

Early on, the game didn’t seem to favor the Drovers, who allowed a goal in three minutes. The Falcons’ lead,...

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CHICKASHA – The Drover men’s soccer team earned their second clean sheet of the season in their home opener against Our Lady of the Lake on Friday afternoon.

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CHICKASHA–A big goal from 25 yards out and a great offensive showing for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Luka Rasovic nets the first Sooner Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week award.

The goal came in the opening game victory over Bethany College as it helped the Drovers to a 2-0 shutout to start the season at 1-0.

Rasovic is in his third season as a Drover and for Head Coach Jimmy Hampton expects...

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CHICKASHA–It took 94 minutes to finish the game, but in a tough hard fought battle the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (1-1) fall to Kansas Wesleyan (1-0) with a final of 2-1.

The offensive effort for either team didn’t start until the second half of action with Kansas Wesleyan scoring first just four minutes into the half.

The equalizer would come in the form of Kyle Maxwell who got his first goal of the season in...

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CHICKASHA–A big day on the offense helps the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (1-0) grab the 2-0 shutout of Bethany College (0-1).

The Drovers had 27 shots compared to the Swedes’ lone first-half shot.

The first goal came from USAO newcomer Colin Kanwischer, who headed the ball in from a direct pass from Jean Gnapi to take the 1-0 lead.

The next goal came with 19 seconds left in the first half as Luka Rasovic...

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CHICKASHA – With the tight turn around between a lazy summer and college soccer season, the Drover men and women have been battling through tough workouts and preseason matches to prepare for game one.

Workouts were sometimes twice or three times a day so the teams would be ready to compete just two weeks after checking in, head coach Jimmy Hampton said.

“We look OK. You squeeze a lot, a lot, of stuff in in a very short amount...