Tagged: Baseball

SHAWNEE – Hours before the men’s basketball team pulled off the upset of the year by eliminating second-ranked Oklahoma Baptist from the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament, the Bison pulled off an upset of their own.

CHICKASHA - Scoring eight runs in the first two innings, the University of Science and Arts' baseball team took down Bethany College 13-6 Tuesday afternoon at Bill Smith Ballpark.

CHICKASHA – Scoring the winning run in the sixth inning of game one and a run-rule win in game two, the University of Science and Arts took both games of Saturday’s doubleheader at Bill Smith Ballpark. USAO defeated Calumet College of St. Joseph 3-2 in game one and 12-0 in game two to improve to 21-5 overall.

CHICKASHA - Five home runs and great pitching helped the University of Science and Arts to a series sweep of Mid-America Christian over the weekend.

PLAINVIEW, Texas – Led by a two-hit complete-game shutout performance including 10 strikeouts by junior pitcher Nate Hammons, the University of Science and Arts defeated No. 19 Wayland Baptist 5-0 in game two of Saturday’s doubleheader. USAO had to settle for a split as WBU took game one 17-14.

PLAINVIEW, Texas – Despite four errors, the University of Science and Arts cranked out 19 hits to beat No. 19 Wayland Baptist 12-10 in Sunday’s series finale. USAO took the final two games of the series to give the Drovers a very legitimate shot at cracking the top-25 with a 26-6 record overall and 10-5 record in conference.

CHICKASHA – After one of the best performances of his career, University of Science and Arts’ Nate Hammons was named the Sooner Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for March 23-29.

CHICKASHA – After the best start in school history and moving into third place in the conference, the University of Science and Arts’ baseball team found themselves ranked in the NAIA national top-25 for the first time Wednesday.

CHICKASHA – The weekend could have gone better for both Drover teams as the University of Science and Arts lost five games in two series against the highly ranked teams from Lubbock Christian.

CHICKASHA – The week’s slate of baseball and softball games have had some changes. The softball team added a make-up series at Northwestern Oklahoma while the baseball team flipped its games with St. Gregory’s to accommodate the Easter holiday.