CHICKASHA – Now that soccer season is over, Assistant Coach Alexis Vizarelis and the other soccer coaches are reflecting on the amazing seasons the men’s and women’s teams had this year and are looking forward to the future of Drover soccer.
CHICKASHA – The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma proudly boasts its student-athletes, who remain successful on the field and court as well as in the classroom, as they earn athletic honors and, most importantly, earn their bachelor degrees.
USAO conferred 74 degrees in all in the 2014 Fall Commencement ceremony on Friday evening. Eleven of those degrees went to Drover student-athletes.
CHICKASHA – Two women’s soccer players from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma are among nearly 600 nationwide to be recognized by the NAIA for scholarly work in addition to success on the pitch.
CHICKASHA – The Drover women prove to be well-rounded student-athletes as they earned the 2013-14 NSCAA Women’s Team Academic Award, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced Monday.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s women’s soccer team went 18-2 for the 2014 campaign and won the regular season Sooner Athletic Conference title — but they also excelled...
CHICKASHA – The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s soccer team (18-2) suffered their second loss of the season in the Sooner Athletic Conference Semifinals against four-seeded John Brown (11-4-3).
CHICKASHA – The top-seeded University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (18-1) had no problem in the Sooner Athletic Conference Quarterfinals against eighth-seeded Southwestern Christian, downing the Lady Eagles 7-0 on Friday afternoon at Drover Pitch.
With the win, the No. 23 Drovers move on to the SAC Semifinals where they will take on fourth-seeded John Brown at home on Monday afternoon. Kick off is scheduled for 2 p.m.
CHICKASHA – The (23) University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s soccer (17-1, 8-1) heads into post-season as the best team in the program’s history, breaking numerous school records and ending the regular season with the most wins in the NAIA.
“The year couldn’t have gone any better for us. We were tipped to come in fifth in the conference,” said Jade Ovendale, USAO’s senior starting forward. “I think the girls and the...