USAO posted its second 100-point game of the season and held off a late rally by a determined visiting Texas College team to earn a hard-fought 100-98 win in men’s basketball action. The victory was the Drovers second over the Steers in a span of seven days and improved their overall record to 4-2. Texas College dropped to 1-2 off the season....
USAO’s offensive engines continued running at maximum efficiency as the Drovers posted an impressive 90-79 road victory over Texas College in a men’s basketball game Monday in Tyler, Texas. The win improved USAO to 3-1 under the leadership of new coach Chris Francis.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma opened its men’s basketball season in triumphant fashion with a 75-74 victory over visiting Langston University Tuesday in Chickasha. Senior David Tucker drilled a 17-foot jumper as time expired for the game winner as spectators spilled onto the court to join the Drovers’ celebration. Tucker’s...
The USAO men's basketball team will be looking to make a statement in one of the top NAIA leagues. The Drovers will be under the direction of new leadership with former assistant Chris Francis now taking over as head coach.
CHICKASHA – In his first-ever recruiting class, Men’s Basketball Coach Chris Francis has asked five to join the 2015-16 USAO Drovers.
CHICKASHA – Major changes are happening at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Fieldhouse as new design and a whole new floor are going in at Brisco McPherson court.
CHICKASHA – Not long after Chris Francis stepped in as a head coach at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, he signed his first 6A high school recruit – Hutch Peterson out of Jenks.
CHICKASHA – The Drover men’s basketball team at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma has a new assistant coach after USAO student, soon to be alumnus, Phil Bradshaw stepped.
CHICKASHA–Two fun filled weeks for area youth will be had as USAO Drover basketball will be hosting two separate camps in back-to-back weeks, with one camp for boys and the other for the girls.
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.