USAO jumped out to three-goal lead in the game's first half and held on for an impressive 3-1 victory over visiting Ottawa University in a men's soccer game Saturday night in Chickasha. The win was USAO's second straight and improved the Drovers overall recorrd to 4-4. Ottawa dropped to 1-5-1 with the loss.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men’s soccer team showed its familiar flash and flare with an impressive 2-0 victory over previously unbeaten McPherson College Thursday night in Chickasha.
USAO's lengthy six-game win streak over Oklahoma Wesleyan came to an end Saturday as the Eagles came away with a 3-0 victory in men's soccer in Bartlesville. The loss dropped the Drovers to 2-4 on the year while the No. 6 Eagles improved to 4-0.
USAO was outshot 19-2 by OKWU. Llewellyn Evans and Damiola Olussei were the only two...
The University of Science and Arts let an early two goal lead evaporate before fighting back to square the game only to lose 4-3 to visiting Friends University in men's socer action Tuesday night in Chickasha, Okla. The Drovers got goals by Llewellyn Evans, Alex Hortal and Liam Kettle but it was not enough as Friends forward Leonardo Perez...
USAO got a goal by Lleywellyn Evans in the 75th minute but were unable to gain an equalizer in the game's final 15 minutes before falling 3-1 to Oklahoma Baptist in a men's soccer game Saturday night in Shawnee.
USAO dominated much of the action and carried a 17-7 advantage on shot attempts. The Drovers now 2-2 on the season will...
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men’s soccer team picked up an important 4-3 win over visiting Tabor College, complete with a stirring comeback that ended with a wild celebration at game’s end.
Joey Shepherd and Joseph Robb each scored goals but USAO fell 3-2 to nationally-ranked Hastings College in men's soccer action Saturday on the road. The Drovers, now 1-1 on the year, will next play Saturday, Sept. 3 against Bethany College.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma squeezed out a tight 1-0 victory at Doane University to capture their first men’s soccer win of the 2016 season. The Drovers got a goal by Joseph Robb to stand as the winner after he scored in the game’s 66th minute. Robb scored on a pass from teammate Conor Fay.
The path that the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma hopes to take this year includes a return trip to the NAIA National Men’s Soccer Tournament. However, it will have its share of challenges and obstacles if the Drovers are to make the journey for the eighth consecutive year.
The University of Science and Arts took its customary position among the nation’s top NAIA men’s soccer-playing schools with a No. 16 ranking in the 2016 NAIA Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Preseason Top 25 Poll.