CHICKASHA– In a battle of pitching it was the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (26-13, 9-7), who dominated on the mound in a doubleheader sweep of (RV) Wayland Baptist (27-17, 11-6) on Friday afternoon.
CHICKASHA– A perfect 7-0 week and power hitting for senior outfielder Blake Scannell gives him his first career Sooner Athletic Conference Player of the Week award, the conference announced Monday afternoon.
CHICKASHA– An offensive show in the doubleheader gives the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (24-13, 7-7) a weekend sweep over Southwestern Assemblies of God (9-29-1, 1-16) in a Sooner Athletic Conference series.
CHICKASHA – After a few non-conference series for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (22-13, 5-7), the Drovers started their weekend series against Southwestern Assemblies of God (9-27-1, 1-14) with a bang to extend the current winning streak to eight.
CHICKASHA – Halfway through conference action, the Drovers (21-13, 4-7) have faced some top teams and are looking forward to ending the season on a high note, said baseball pitcher Allan Sanchez.
CHICKASHA – The Drovers (20-13) had no trouble controlling both games of Tuesday’s doubleheader to secure the series sweep against Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, winning all four games in two days by scoring 34 total runs to the Saints’ six.
MOORE – After several schedule changes, the Drovers finally faced the Hillsdale Free Will Baptist Saints with a Monday afternoon doubleheader in Moore, having no issue overtaking the home team in both games.
CHICKASHA – Home runs were the story of the Drovers’ success in a Wednesday afternoon doubleheader as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma recorded five homers on the afternoon to take both games.
CHICKASHA – Following suit with the rest of the university’s website, the Drover athletics section has been given a face lift, adding functionality throughout and increasing ease of use at the mobile level.
CHICKASHA – The Drovers had an exciting end of a three-game series against Texas Wesleyan (14-12, 6-2) as they claimed the victory in an extra-inning final game of the Sunday doubleheader.