The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma soccer standout Liam Madden has again been voted as the Sooner Athletic Conference Offensive player-of-the-Week. Madden, a senior from Dumbarton, Scotland scored three goals and assisted on two others in home wins over Oklahoma Baptist University and Ottawa University.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men’s soccer team scored a pair of second-half goals in a seven-minute span and came away with a 3-0 victory over visiting Ottawa University.
A large and boisterous crowd is expected as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will host its first home soccer doubleheader of the season Saturday, Sept. 12 beginning with the women’s game set to start at 5 p.m.
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma shook off a shaky first-half start to roar past former conference rival Oklahoma Baptist University and emerge with a 6-4 win in a men’s soccer game at Drover Pitch Thursday.
Midfielder Liam Madden was voted as the Sooner Athletic Conference Men’s Soccer Offensive Player-of-the-Week for his efforts in leading the Drovers to a 3-0 win at McPherson College.
Madden, a senior from Dumbarten, Scotland, scored twice in a two-minute span that helped 18th ranked Drovers to their second victory...
CHICKASHA – Two quick goals and an offensive shot advantage gave the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (2-1) a victory over McPherson College in the NAIA Network Game of the Week.
In his first collegiate start as a University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma goalkeeper Chris Brown sparkled in front of the net for the Drovers and was selected as the Sooner Athletic Conference Defensive Player-of-the-Week.
CHICKASHA –After a close battle on Thursday evening, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma grabbed their first victory of the 2015 campaign.
CHICKASHA – In the season opener for the NAIA ranked number 18 Drovers, The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (0-1) were upset by Our Lady of the Lake (1-0) with a 2-3 final score in favor of the Saints.
The 2015 season is a new beginning of sorts for the University of Science and Arts men's soccer program. The Drovers return a strong group of upperclassmen but our counting on the rapid development of a talented recruiting class if they are to continue their domination of Sooner Athletic Conference and NAIA opponents.