CHICKASHA– The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (16-12) dropped a two game series against NCAA Division II opponent Cameron University on Tuesday afternoon in Lawton.
The Drovers only grabbed five hits in the doubleheader, including four in the first game to give the Aggies (17-9) the series win.
The only hit on game two came from Kayla Adams, who singled to begin the top of the fifth with a runner on base.
In the first game of the afternoon, the Drovers used the first inning to grab the lead off an RBI double by Tate Landmark, who was also the starting pitcher in the game. Kailyn Taylor scored on the play to grab her run on the day.
Landmark and Taylor both finished at the plate 1-for-3 on the game and was one of the four Drovers to get a hit in game one.
Taylor Smith and McKenna Eubank also each had a hit in game one of the doubleheader to contribute offensively.
The second game was an 8-0 loss, while the first game was an 8-1 loss to Cameron University on the day.
A quick turn around for the Drovers is in order with USAO coming home to Bill Smith Ballpark to face Baker University in a non-conference doubleheader on Thursday afternoon.
The games begin at 11 a.m. The Drovers will look to snap a rough streak before heading back on the road to face Langston University a week later.