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Kyie Pyle scored at the final horn to help USAO avoid a shutout but the Drovers were beaten 2-1 in a women's soccer game against Hastings College. USAO now 1-1 on the season will next play Saturday, Sept. 3 at Bethany College

Bianca Cardenas

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma put a bold statement on the start of its 2016 women’s soccer season with an emphatic 3-0 win at Doane University. The Drovers will continue their two-game swing through Nebraska at Hastings College on Saturday, Aug. 27. Game time is 5 p.m.

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The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma begins defense of its Sooner Athletic Conference women’s soccer championship as the Drovers start their 2016 schedule. USAO travels to Nebraska where it will face Doane University on Thursday, Aug. 24 and Hastings College on Saturday, Aug. 26.

Two-time defending champion University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is expected to win its third straight Sooner Athletic Conference women’s soccer regular-season title, according to votes cast by the league’s 10 head coaches.

Three members of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s soccer team recently enjoyed the chance to study abroad while participating in an eight-day playing tour of Costa Rica.

An opportunity to pursue a lifelong ambition helped spur University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Interim Director of Admissions Niall Crick to make a dramatic change in his normal work routine.

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma soccer coach Jimmy Hampton recently announced a number of staff changes, including a new role for a longtime assistant, and adding a former Drover standout and a home-grown sensation to complete his 2016 coaching staff.

Three members of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s soccer team were among 68 players earning selection to the 2015 Sooner Athletic Conference Al-Academic Team.
Shay Nash, Megan Kettlewell and Jentry Yates each were chosen to the team by maintaining a grade point average of 3.25 or better for the previous two semesters...

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma women’s soccer team coached by Jimmy Hampton had two of its players named to the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete team, according to an announcement made Friday by the national office. USAO’s Shay Nash and Megan Kettlewell were among 588 student-athletes who received the honor with selection to the...

The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will take their place among the elite soccer programs in the nation when both the men and women’s teams will compete in the NAIA opening round that will feature the top 32 teams in a 16-game matchup.

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