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 – Following suit with the rest of the university’s website, the Drover athletics section has been given a face lift, adding functionality throughout and increasing ease of use at the mobile level.
CHICKASHA – Sid Hudson has taken the reins as head coach for the Drover cross country teams just months after being asked to step in as the assistant coach.
CHICKASHA – There’s a shake up in the Drover cross country programs as current men’s basketball assistant will serve double-duty as the head cross country coach starting this month.
Chris Francis takes the reins of the program, with help from an assistant Sid Hudson, special assistant to the president, after former head...
CHICKASHA– In the final meet for the 2014 season, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma freshman Daisy Goldsmith set a personal record of 21:15.99 to move into fourth in the school’s all-time records.
The Drovers raced in the Sooner Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday morning in Shawnee.
Goldsmith finished in 43rd...
CHICKASHA– In the last meet before the Sooner Athletic Conference Cross Country Championship, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma had five runners compete in the NAIA Mid-States Classic on Saturday morning in Kansas.
Junior Deborah Park led the way for the Drovers, scoring her second best time of the season with a 22:56.90...
CHICKASHA – Seven Drovers set season best times -- five of which were personal records -- at the OBU Invitational five-kilometer race on Saturday morning in Shawnee.
CHICKASHA – The small college experience was the perfect fit for freshman duel-sport athlete Kayle Moore, who competes on the cross country and soccer teams at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
USAO’s size allows her to compete in both fall sports while pursuing her chemistry degree, something that she admits isn’t...
CHICKASHA – The Drovers sent nine runners to the Oklahoma State Cowboy Jamboree on Saturday morning in Stillwater and finished the race in 15th place as a team as one runner set her season best.
CHICKASHA– In the second meet of the season, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s cross country team finished in second place as a team and runners improved on their overall times at the Ram Ramble Invitational.
It was USAO’s first appearance at the Ramble, hosted by Texas Wesleyan in Fort Worth, Texas.