CHICKASHA – Trying to grab the first win of the year for the Drovers, the Jaguars of Houston-Victoria University (1-0) got the 4-0 victory in their season opener.

CHICKASHA – In a battle of two NAIA Top 25 pre-season favorites, it was the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (0-0-1) ranked number 19 and Our Lady of the Lake (0-0-1) number 24 ending their season openers in a 1-1 stalemate.

Katelyn Williams

The University of Science and Arts women's soccer team and veteran head coach Jimmy Hampton hope to build on the success of last year’s record-setting team and repeat as Sooner Athletic Conference regular-season champions.

Tara Arnold

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The University of Science and Arts made an impressive debut landing at No. 19 in the 2015 NAIA Women’s Soccer  Coach’s Preseason Top 25 poll, the National office announced earlier this week. The Drovers, under the leadership of veteran coach Jimmy Hampton, were the only one of the 10 Sooner Athletic Conference soccer-playing...

CHICKASHA – For the first time in school history, The University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma Women’s Soccer team has been picked as the pre-season favorite in the Sooner Athletic Conference.

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 – 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.

CHICKASHA – Drover Soccer, home of the 2014 Sooner Athletic Conference Women’s Regular Season Champions and 2014 Men’s SAC Tournament Champions, will host its 13th annual Residential Soccer Camp.

The co-ed residential camp at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, set this year from July 18-20th, is designed to provide...

CHICKASHA – Breaking records and taking trips to the national tournament are goals for student-athletes at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, but the larger, more important ambition of our student-athletes is the bachelor’s degree.

CHICKASHA – Maintaining a high grade point average at one of the toughest institutions in the state isn’t easy. Add daily practices, a fair amount of travel and plenty of athletic competitions, and things just got a whole lot harder.

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