CHICKASHA – The still-unbeaten Drovers (7-0) scored five goals in a shutout over Texas College to claim a seventh win in Tuesday afternoon’s home game at Drover Pitch.
It is the best start in program history.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma dominated Texas College (0-4-1) when it came to shots while the Drover defense controlled the ball and kept it away from the goalkeeper’s hands. The Drovers outshot...
CHICKASHA – The Drovers extend their winning streak to six as they scored three goals in the final 15 minutes of the game to defeat Tabor College 3-1.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (6-0) is off to its best start since the 2011 season, which ended in the program’s first trip to the NAIA Women’s Soccer National Championship tournament.
While the Drovers recorded 32 shots in the game, only eight were on...
EDMOND – The Drover offense was explosive on Tuesday evening as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (5-0) shut out the Friends Falcons (2-1) in a special contest hosted at the Edmond Soccer Club.
The Drovers doubled the Falcons’ shot count with 16 on the day and notched four goals against their opponents. USAO goalkeeper Addie Lee (5-0) had four saves on her way to her 15th shutout of her career.
CHICKASHA– In the third game of the season, the defense got their first true test with the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (3-0) grabbing the 2-0 victory over Kansas Wesleyan (0-1).
Senior Goalkeeper Addie Lee was busy as she grabbed nine saves on 17 shots faced to grab her first shutout of the season. The Drover fell behind in the shot count from the get go but it only took one shot to get on the scoreboard.
CHICKASHA– In the opening game of the 2014 season, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (1-0) came out on a scoring frenzy to get the 5-1 win on the road at Bacone College (0-2).
Reigning Sooner Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year Jade Ovendale was the offensive threat for the Drovers as she grabbed three goals and one assist to help secure the victory. It was Ovendale’s third hat trick at USAO.
CHICKASHA – With the tight turn around between a lazy summer and college soccer season, the Drover men and women have been battling through tough workouts and preseason matches to prepare for game one.
Workouts were sometimes twice or three times a day so the teams would be ready to compete just two weeks after checking in, head coach Jimmy Hampton said.
“We look OK. You squeeze a lot, a lot, of stuff in in a very short amount...