Youngsters will have an opportunity to learn fundamental to advanced baseball skills under the instruction of members of the USAO baseball coaching staff and players at the 2016 Fall Break Camp on Thursday, Oct. 20 and Friday, Oct. 21
Five University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma baseball players have been named as National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) All-Americans by the NAIA-Baseball Coaches Association All-America Committee. Left-handed pitcher Jordan Watson (Edmond, Okla.) and third baseman Yariel Gonzalez (San Sebastian, Puerto Rico) were first-...
The baseball season that raised pride in Drover fans across the region came to an end Saturday as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma was eliminated from the NAIA World Series after a 6-1 loss to the Master’s College (Calif.).
USAO came up just short in its first-ever NAIA World Series game losing 2-1 to defending national champion Lewis-Clark State (Idaho). The Drovers (48-12) scored their only run in the ninth to knot the game at 1-1 with a two-out double by Cesar Figuereo that scored Yariel Gonzalez. LCS (49-7) then won it with a walk-off single by Dylan Tashjian...
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma begins its pursuit of the NAIA baseball championship when it joins nine other teams at the 2016 Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series. The 60th annual event takes place May 27 – June 3 at Harris Field in Lewiston, Idaho, for the 17th-consecutive season and 25th time overall.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma earned qualification for the NAIA World Series with an 18-2 wipeout of Tabor College to win the Hutchinson, Kan. regional. The Drovers smashed their three tournament opponents by a combined score 45-3 taking out nationally-ranked Wayland Baptist, upstart Morningside Iowa and the host team, No. 12...
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is about to join the elite of the elite as the Drovers moved to within one game of qualifying for the NAIA World Series with a 3-0 victory over Wayland Baptist.
HUTCHINSON, Kan. – (May 17, 2016) – The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma made a bold statement and certainly raised the eyebrows of the other four teams in the NAIA Opening Round Baseball Championship with a 24-1 wipeout of fourth-seeded Morningside College Tuesday night in Hutchinson, Kan.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma dominated the Sooner Athletic Conference all-conference baseball team announced by the league office earlier this week.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma won the 2016 Sooner Athletic Conference baseball championship with a 4-2 victory over Wayland Baptist University. The Drovers went unbeaten in four games and won the league’s post-season tournament that featured eight teams across two separate brackets.