CHICKASHA – After nine seasons with the Drovers, Assistant Softball Coach Ken Richardson reflects on the 2015 season, one of the best in school history.

CHICKASHA – The Drovers will light up Chickasha during the 2015-16 season as four athletic programs will be able to play night games thanks to generous donations by private donors.

HATTIESBURG, Mississippi – In their first national tournament trip in nearly a decade, the No. 9 Drovers fell short in the NAIA Softball National Championship Opening Round to close out one of the school’s best seasons.

HATTIESBURG, Mississippi – The Drovers found their season still alive after taking their second game at the NAIA Softball National Championship Opening Round at William Carey University.

HATTIESBURG, Mississippi – Community-oriented and respect of other athletes, McKenna Eubank from University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is a shining example of an NAIA Champion of Character.

HATTIESBURG, Mississippi – The last time Drover softball competed in the NAIA National Championship tournament, the players on the 2015 team were in fourth grade, learning how to spell M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I and dreaming of someday becoming college athletes

CHICKASHA – The Drovers will be making the 688-mile trip to Mississippi for the 2015 NAIA Softball National Championship Opening Round as the No. 1 seed in their bracket, which is hosted by William Carey University.

CHICKASHA – The Drovers had eight athletes recognized as some of the best the tough Sooner Athletic Conference had to offer when the conference released its All-SAC teams this week.

CHICKASHA – After an amazing run in the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament last week, catcher Kayla Adams and pitcher Summer Leitka were named SAC Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively.

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Drovers faced four teams in three days and played back-to-back NAIA Top 10 teams on their way to their first Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament Championship.

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