CHICKASHA – Success on the mound is important for any college pitcher. But more important is achievement in the classroom, something the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Kevin Royer understands.

CHICKASHA – The Drovers will light up Chickasha during the 2015-16 season as four athletic programs will be able to play night games thanks to generous donations by private donors.

CHICKASHA – To start and end the baseball season as third in the always-tough Sooner Athletic Conference is never an easy feat, and the Drovers did that in the 2015 season thanks to strong pitching and success at the plate.

CHICKASHA – After one of the best seasons in school history, the Drover baseball team had six players honored by the Sooner Athletic Conference for superior play this season.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Needing a win to prolong their season, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (33-17) fell at the hands of No. 3 Oklahoma Baptist University in the second round of the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament.

OKLAHOMA CITY – The game was a pitcher’s duel for three innings before Wayland Baptist (33-21) and the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (33-16) would pick up the offense.

CHICKASHA– In a season that was highlighted by a 14-game winning streak, the Drovers, who are receiving votes in the latest NAIA Top 25 Coaches poll, look to build on the successful 2015 campaign with postseason wins.

CHICKASHA – Breaking records and taking trips to the national tournament are goals for student-athletes at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, but the larger, more important ambition of our student-athletes is the bachelor’s degree.

CHICKASHA – Alsis Herrera’s five strikeouts on the mound on Friday propelled him to a new school record for most strikeouts in a season as he helped the Drovers collect a win against Southwestern Christian (23-22, 10-14).

CHICKASHA – The Drovers and the Southwestern Christian Eagles battled through two defensive games and split the doubleheader on the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Senior Day.

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