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CHICKASHA – The No. 13 Saint Gregory’s Cavaliers (27-3, 9-1) proved to be too powerful offensively for the Drovers (20-14, 2-6) in a Thursday afternoon home doubleheader.

With freshman Tate Landmark in the circle for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in game one, the Drovers gave up two runs in the first three innings, responding with the tying two in the bottom of the third. On the play, Courtney Capps doubled the...

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CHICKASHA– Beginning the home schedule with a sweep earlier in the year against Langton University, the Drovers (20-12) picked up on their success against the Lions with another sweep.

The first game of the away doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon went in the Drovers’ favor they took the 9-3 victory. The second game was an 11-2 win to bring the Drovers winning streak to four.

In the first game, the team as a whole grabbed 10 hits...

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CHICKASHA – The Drovers left the field on Thursday with two wins over non-conference foe Baker University after a strong performance at the plate.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (18-12) came from behind to win the first game 5-4 and then run-ruled the Wildcats (10-10) with a 9-1 final in six innings of the second game.

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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.

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CHICKASHA – The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma put up a strong performance at the plate and in the circle in a Thursday afternoon home split against No. 15 Oklahoma Baptist.

A hard-hitting first two innings in the first game gave the Drovers (12-9, 2-4) a lead Oklahoma Baptist (11-7, 5-2) could not overcome. The Drovers scored all nine runs early, winning game one 9-7.

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CHICKASHA– Coming into the day the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (11-8, 1-3) was looking to grab the first conference win of the season.

They ended up splitting the quick two game series against Mid-America Christian University (13-8, 3-2) on Tuesday afternoon.

In the first game of the afternoon, Tate Landmark pitched all six innings while allowing two runs, only one of which was earned for the 2-0 loss. She struck...

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CHICKASHA – Now into conference action, the Drover softball team’s mix young talent and veteran players is proving to be a successful combination — especially once the growing pains work out.

“This season is off to a pretty good start,” Drover catcher Kayla Adams said. “We have a lot of freshmen on the team so we are trying to get them acclimated to the new environment of college ball versus high school ball … we are all trying right...

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CHICKASHA – The Drover softball team struggled to connect with the bat on Tuesday afternoon in its conference opener against No. 3 Oklahoma City.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (8-6) had solid pitching in both games but the Stars found a way to score enough runs to come out on top.

In the first game of the doubleheader, Tate Landmark (3-2) pitched a complete game, giving up four hits in seven innings...

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CHICKASHA – In their own home tournament, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma softball team went 3-2, battling some tough opponents and finishing off on a high note.

The Drovers (8-4) won both their games on Friday and their final game on Saturday.

In the first game, runs in the first three innings by Friends University led to a 3-1 victory for the Falcons, who are ranked No. 24 in the NAIA Preseason Coaches Poll....

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CHICKASHA– In their own tournament, the Drovers (7-2) had a perfect first day winning against York College 7-2 and McPherson College 6-2 on Friday afternoon.

The first game, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma scored in every inning except the first one but were the first to score in the bottom of the second inning.

Brooke McLeod was the winning pitcher of game one as she threw all seven innings while striking out two...