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.

CHICKASHA – Drover pitcher Alsis Herrera was named Sooner Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for the second week in a row after another dominant performance on the mound for the Drovers.

CHICKASHA– The Drover offense continued the hot streak by dominating Saint Gregory’s University (11-31, 6-15) and getting the 9-0 victory for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (31-14, 13-7) and the season sweep of the Cavaliers.

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