The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men’s basketball team cranked up its offensive engines and soared past the century mark for the fifth time with a 105-80 victory over Bacone College Saturday night in Muskogee.

The University of Science and Arts men’s basketball team ran into one of the hottest teams in the NAIA Thursday as the Drovers were beaten by No. 9 Texas Wesleyan, 86-56. The loss was only USAO’s second in their 10 home games while the Rams were winners for the eighth straight game.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma fashioned together a highly effective defense that disrupted No. 20 Southwestern Assemblies of God University and cruised to an easy 99-79 victory in men’s basketball action Saturday in Chickasha.

A short scoring drought to begin the second half put the USAO men’s basketball team in a position they could not bounce back from in a 78-69 loss to Southwestern Christian University. The Drovers fell to 10-7 overall and are now iin a three-way tie for fourth at 5-4 in the Sooner...

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma muscled its way back into the Sooner Athletic Conference men’s basketball race winning an exciting 95-93 game in front of a raucous and rowdy crowd Tuesday night in the Drover Fieldhouse.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma was unable to hold off a determined rally by visiting Oklahoma City University and fell 89-82 in an exciting back-and-forth men’s basketball game Saturday in Chickasha.

The USAO men’s basketball team overwhelmed visiting John Brown University with its usual array of spectacular plays and tenacious defense to earn a 96-85 victory Thursday night in Chickasha. The Drovers had three players score 20 or more points, winning their third straight game to improve to 9-5 overall and 4-2 in league play. Rich McCalop...

The USAO men’s basketball team under the leadership of Coach Chris Francis has muscled its way into the nation’s top NAIA basketball teams according to the latest rankings from the National Office in Kansas City, Mo.

USAO won its fifth home game in as many tries and did so in impressive fashion with a convincing 107-97 victory over visiting Bacone College in a men’s basketball Saturday in Chickasha. The Drovers who improved to 8-5 overall and 3-2 in Sooner Athletic Conference play have scored 100 or more points in four of their five home games.

USAO stubbornly fought off a committed effort by Wayland Baptist to hang onto a 98-92 hard-fought men’s basketball victory Thursday night in Plainview, Texas. Taran Buie and Myron Taylor each had 22 points for the Drovers who improved to 7-5 overall and evened their Sooner Athletic Conference record at 2-2.

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