The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma put up a strong effort but fell short losing 2-1 to Friends University in women’s soccer action Tuesday night at Hillsboro, Kan.
Two overtime periods and 110 minutes of play could not yield a definitive outcome as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma and Kansas Wesleyan University fought to a 1-1 draw in women’ soccer action Saturday in Chickasha.
An important early-season matchup awaits both the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma soccer teams as they host Kansas Wesleyan in a men’s and women’s doubleheader beginning at Saturday, Sept. 19 at 5 p.m.
Along with the soccer game, spectators will be treated to the debut of the Interurban Restaurant’s newest food truck the “...
The University of Science and Arts made a first-half goal stand the distance as the Drovers survived a 1-0 women’s soccer game against upstart Tabor College Wednesday on the road.
Jordan Cleveland’s goal in the game’s 24th minute would be all the scoring in the closely contested matchup. Cleveland was found in open space thanks to...
For more than 70 minutes the University of Science and Arts was locked into a scoreless struggle with visiting Ottawa University before allowing two goals in a 15-minute span and fell 2-0 in a women’ soccer game Saturday in Chickasha.
A large and boisterous crowd is expected as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will host its first home soccer doubleheader of the season Saturday, Sept. 12 beginning with the women’s game set to start at 5 p.m.
CHICKASHA – The offensive first half and allowing no shots, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (1-1-1) women’s Soccer team grabs victory no. 1 of the 2015 season.
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.
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.