USAO had all five members of its men’s cross country team earn selection to the Sooner Athletic Conference’s All-academic team. Kyle Garretson, Manish Puri, Travis Hubbard, Jordan Danser and Connor Cheek were among 22 student-athletes from 10 different schools that received recognition on the 2015 Academic All-Conference Men’s Cross Country...
Two members of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Cross Country team had a spectacular showing in a competitive Half-Marathon Race in Wichita Falls, Saturday crossing the finish line first in front of a group of nearly 100 runners.
Jordan Danser, a Chickasha senior, and Kyle Garretson, a Choctaw sophomore, finished the...
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men’s cross country team wrapped up a successful season with a strong showing Saturday Sooner Athletic Conference Championship. The season-ending race was held at Gordon Cooper Technology Center in Shawnee.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men's and women’s cross country team ran against one of their toughest fields this season and continued its string of strong showings at the annual NAIA Midstates Classic. The event took place Saturday at the Winfield Veterans Home on the campus of Southwestern College in Winfield, Kan.
USAO soccer star Stephen Owusu was named the NAIA Men’s Soccer National Offensvie Player-of-the-Week for the week ending Oct. 12, 2015.
USAO tested itself against the Cameron men's cross country in the Aggie Duals Saturday at Lawton’s Big Green Youth Soccer Complex.
CHICKASHA –The season for the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma Cross Country teams, will bring in a new direction for the program in year four of competition.
CHICKASHA – With many successes off the field of play for conference athletes, the Sooner Athletic Conference and Commissioner John Hudson announce the first Commissioner’s Honor Roll including more than 50 Drovers.
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 – Maintaining a high grade point average at one of the toughest institutions in the state isn’t easy. Add daily practices, a fair amount of travel and plenty of athletic competitions, and things just got a whole lot harder.