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CHICKASHA — On the road for the four-game series, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (25-19, 7-11) had no trouble taming the Lady Lions of Southwestern Assemblies of God (6-35, 1-26) in Friday afternoon’s doubleheader.

The teams finish the four-game series on Saturday for a doubleheader beginning at 11 a.m.

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CHICKASHA – The Drover softball team (23-19, 5-11) already has battled its tough, nationally-ranked conference foes and now looks to finish the season with some significant wins, first baseman Sara Reeves said.

“We definitely put our better teams at the beginning of the season,” she said. “With these games coming in, we can pull through a lot of wins. I think we’ll finish strong in the season; hopefully get a good seed in the...

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CHICKASHA– Heading into Tuesday’s road doubleheader against Saint Gregory’s University, the Drovers (23-19, 5-11) knew it would be a tough matchup.

Both teams entered the day on winning streaks, but it was the Cavaliers (35-5, 16-2) who would grab both games over the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma and move their winning streak to seven.

The Drovers made it interesting in both games holding, slim advantages in the...

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CHICKASHA – The Drovers finished the weekend with two more wins after a Saturday doubleheader against Northwood University at Bill Smith Ballpark.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (23-17, 5-9) kept the Lady Knights (12-26, 9-9) at bay with two narrow wins, taking both games by a one-run margin.

While the hit total in game one was 6-5 in Northwood’s favor, the Knights left nine runners on base and were...

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CHICKASHA – The Drovers split with Texas Wesleyan in a Friday afternoon doubleheader at Bill Smith Ballpark in the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s annual Pink Out Cancer game.

The Drovers (21-17, 3-9) got into some hot water in the first game, giving up seven runs as the Rams (17-12, 10-6) hit around the lineup in the third inning. One more TWU run came in during the fourth inning before USAO scored its first run;...

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CHICKASHA– The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (20-16, 2-8) went into another conference series looking for an upset of the Oklahoma Baptist Bison (23-10, 10-2), who is receiving votes in the latest NAIA rankings.

The Drovers made things interesting in game one, falling short in a three-run seventh inning rally for the 10-7 loss. They dropped 7-1 in the second game.

In the first game, the Drovers grabbed the lead in...

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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.