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BETHANY – Everything came together for the University of Science and Arts in Tuesday’s 13-1 game-two win over Southern Nazarene. One of the best offenses in school history exploded, and freshman pitcher Presley Tepe posted a four-hitter for her fifth win of the season.

CHICKASHA – Senior shortstop Leslie Beaty set a new school record with her ninth home run of the season, but it was Caitlyn Crotty’s seventh homer of the season that capped a six-run second inning and propelled the University of Science and Arts to a sweep of Oklahoma Baptist.

CHICKASHA – The week’s slate of baseball and softball games have had some changes. The softball team added a make-up series at Northwestern Oklahoma while the baseball team flipped its games with St. Gregory’s to accommodate the Easter holiday.

CHICKASHA – The weekend could have gone better for both Drover teams as the University of Science and Arts lost five games in two series against the highly ranked teams from Lubbock Christian.

CHICKASHA – With five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, the University of Science and Arts rallied for a 12-11 game two victory over Rogers State Monday afternoon at Bill Smith Ballpark.

SHAWNEE – The upset-minded Drovers were turned away by fourth-ranked St. Gregory’s during Thursday’s rainy road doubleheader. Except for two game-changing innings, the University of Science and Arts had their chances to collect wins against the conference’s second best team.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Rallying from a five-error game one loss, the University of Science and Arts’ softball team made play after play in the field to secure a 4-2 game two win to split Tuesday’s doubleheader at Oklahoma Christian. OC took game one 15-2 with the help of six unearned runs.

CHICKASHA - The NAIA's all-time leader in strikeouts led St. Gregory's to two wins against the University of Science and Arts in Tuesday's conference doubleheader at Bill Smith Ballpark.

CHICKASHA – Senior shortstop Leslie Beaty blasted home runs in the fifth and the sixth innings to power the University of Science and Arts to an 11-6 win in game one of a Tuesday doubleheader sweep of Mid-America Christian at Bill Smith Ballpark. USAO rolled to a 14-0 win in game two.

CHICKASHA – After three wins over the weekend at the Cowtown Classic in Fort Worth, Texas, the Oklahoma City pitching staff stymied the University of Science and Arts’ offense in Tuesday’s doubleheader.