USAO tested itself against one of the toughest NAIA teams in the nation before losing 76-50 at Wayland Baptist University in a women’s basketball game. Ilze Teilane scored 14 points and Chasity Asberry added eight for the Drovers who fell to 1-8 overall and 0-4 in Sooner Athletic Conference play.

USAO put together a determined effort but fell short losing 50-45 at Southwestern Assemblies of God University Saturday afternoon in a women’s basketball game at Waxahachie, Texas.

USAO stayed within striking distance of Texas Wesleyan but had their effort come up short losing 69-61 in a women’s basketball game Thursday in Fort Worth, Texas.

Kilah Cummings scored 16 and Jordan Williams added 15 for the Drovers who fell to 1-6 on the year and 0-2 in Sooner Athletic Conference play. Onyesonam Nolisa had 18 points...

 A shortage of made baskets in the final quarter cost the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s basketball team in their efforts to secure a win in their Sooner Athletic Conference opener at St. Gregory’s University. The Drovers fell 78-69 after watching a lead they held much of the game slip away in the final minutes.

 

The Emergency Food Pantry in Chickasha considerably grew its inventory thanks to the the generosity of members of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma men’s and women’s basketball teams.

    The USAO women's scheduled basketball game for Saturday, Nov. 28 against Haskell Indian Nation has been cancelled. Officials from both schools agreed with the threat of a sever winter storm looming that travel from the Lawrence, Kan. school to Chickasha would be unsafe. The game will not be re-scheduled this year.

USAO celebrated its first win of the women’s basketball season under the direction of new coach Darrick Matthews with a 63-52 win over visiting Jarvis Christian University. The victory improved the Drovers to 1-4 on the season and gives them needed momentum heading into a tough road game at NCAA Division II power Emporia State Saturday...

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s basketball team bettered its initial output by more than 20 points but still found themselves on the wrong end of a 66-56 loss to visiting Friends University on Thursday.

The season debut for new coach Darrick Matthews and his USAO women’s basketball team began Friday as the Drovers travelled to face out-of-state foe Friends University in Wichita, Kan. The Falcons took advantage of USAO’s limited shooting and spotty ball handling and came away with a 64-36 win.

USAO coach Darrick Matthews knows how vital the days leading up to the start of the 2015-16 women’s basketball season have been.  The new coach has fast-tracked his Drovers to take of the necessary details to be a successful team.

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