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ECU Women's Soccer Falls to Harding in Overtime Battle

ADA – The East Central University soccer team fell 3-2 to Harding in overtime in Great American Conference action at Tiger Field. Scoring 1st – Harding – 42:30 2nd – Harding – 55:02 2nd – ECU – 65:33 – Lorianne Baugh, unassisted 2nd...

 

ECU Volleyball Finishes Up Weekend Against Ouachita Baptist

ADA – The East Central University volleyball team played the second match in as many days, this time falling to Ouachita Baptist 3-0 (25-23, 25-22, 25-23) at the Kerr Activities Center. Scoring Set One: L, 23-25 14 tie scores/Four lead changes...

 

Women's Cross Country: Lady Bison Win on Home Course

SHAWNEE – Battling through hot and muggy conditions, No. 18 Oklahoma Baptist women's cross country claimed their second first place finish of the year at the OBU Invitational on Saturday morning at Gordon Cooper Technology Center. The Lady Bison,...

 

OBU Volleyball Unsaddles Muleriders

SHAWNEE – A second-straight sweep for Oklahoma Baptist volleyball was the result as they dispatched Southern Arkansas, 3-0 (25-23, 25-22, 25-12), less than 24 hours after sweeping Arkansas-Monticello. The Lady Bison played largely error-free...

 

OBU Men's Cross Country Finishes Third

SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist men's cross country finished third on Saturday at the OBU Invitational at Gordon Cooper Technology Center. It was OBU's second top three finish of the year, and their first since they won the Central Oklahoma Land Run to...

 

Football: SE Scores 31-20 Road Win Over SWOSU

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – Rollin Kinsaul posted his first-career 300-yard passing outing to fuel Southeastern to a 31-20 road victory over Southwestern Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon in Weatherford, Okla. The win is the second-straight for the...

 

Storm Volleyball Fall to HSU

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern's offensive woes continued as it found itself playing from behind much of the afternoon in a 3-0 loss to Henderson State on Saturday afternoon in Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium. The loss drops the Savage Storm to 6-15 overa...

 

Football: Storm Comeback Effort Falls Short

MAGNOLIA, Ark. - The Southern Nazarene football team faced a 14-0 deficit after one quarter, but would outscore No. 17/18 Southern Arkansas the remainder of the game. However, despite the solid play, the Crimson Storm's comeback effort would fall...

 

SNU Volleyball Holds Off Arkansas-Monticello in Five Set Thriller

BETHANY - The Southern Nazarene volleyball team picked up their second straight GAC victory, holding off a game Arkansas-Monticello squad, earning a thrilling five set win over the Cotton Blossoms on Saturday afternoon at The Sawyer Center. SNU...

 

Soccer: Matthews Magic Propels SNU in Double-OT

ALVA, Okla. — The last time Southern Nazarene was in Alva, they escaped in double-overtime with a 4-3 win in 2017. What happened in 2018? SNU escaped on Saturday afternoon with a 3-2 win in double-overtime again and picked up their first Great Amer...

 

Soccer: SNU beats Upper Iowa for second straight year, come from behind and win 2-1

BETHANY, Okla. — For the second straight season Southern Nazarene took down Upper Iowa at Wes Harmon Field, but this time came from behind to take the win in a 2-1 fashion on Saturday afternoon. Despite sitting out most of their starters for the...

 

SWOSU Volleyball Takes Down Defending GAC Champs in Dramatic Fashion

WEATHERFORD, Okla. - SWOSU Volleyball hung on to defeat Arkansas Tech in five sets (25-22, 20-25, 25-17, 25-27, 15-11) on Saturday afternoon in Weatherford. The win allows the Bulldogs to remain atop the Great American Conference standings and...

 

Women's Soccer: Bulldogs Bested by Bison

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – The SWOSU Soccer team suffered their first conference loss of the season, as they fell 2-0 to Oklahoma Baptist on Saturday. The first half was a back and forth affair, as the two sides would trade shots with neither team able...

 

Bulldog Football Upended by Southeastern

WEATHERFORD, Okla. – SWOSU Football dropped their second straight game, falling to Southeastern Oklahoma State 31-20 on Saturday afternoon at ASAP Energy Field in a game that saw the two teams combine for 26 penalties. SWOSU was guilty of 16...

 

Women's Soccer: Lubbock Christian downs Lady Eagles in soggy conditions

OKLAHOMA CITY (Oct. 6, 2018) – Two Lubbock Christian (Texas) players scored two goals apiece as the Chaparrals beat Oklahoma Christian 6-0 on a soggy Saturday afternoon at the Eagle Soccer Field. Makenna Pate and Allison Scott each had a brace for...

 

Women's Soccer: Newman Scores 3 Late Goals to Tie 3-3 with Hillcats

CLAREMORE, Okla. – The Rogers State women's soccer team allowed three goals in the final 14 minutes of regulation to finish in a 3-3 draw with Newman on Saturday (Oct. 6) at Soldier Field. The marathon game took over four hours due to weather delay...

 

Volleyball: Golden Suns fall in Weatherford

WEATHERFORD, Okla. - Hunter Eshnaur recorded a double-double with a career-high 24 kills and 13 digs, but the Arkansas Tech Golden Suns volleyball team (13-8, 6-3 Great American Conference) was unable to overcome the hot hitting of Southwestern...

 

Football: Ground Game Helps Henderson Roll Oklahoma Baptist, 56-21

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Henderson State's offense got it done on the ground on Saturday afternoon, as the Reddies rushed for 383 yards and rolled over Oklahoma Baptist 56-21 at Carpenter-Haygood Stadium and Ruggles Field. The Reddies' (3-3) got huge...

 

Volleyball: Powers delivers double-double in Muleriders' loss to Oklahoma Baptist

SHAWNEE, Okla. – Junior Seven Powers delivered her first-career double-double with 11 kills and 11 digs in Southern Arkansas' straight-sets loss (23-25, 22-25, 12-25) to Oklahoma Baptist on Saturday afternoon in Shawnee, Oklahoma. It was set of...

 

EXCHANGE: Medication aids helps to ease opioid dependency

PEORIA, Ill. (AP) — Cecily Melton, 30, shook her head quickly when asked if she could have tackled her opioid habit without help from a medication called Suboxone. "No way," said the mother of five, more than three years after she weaned herself of...

 

Statewide setback controversy plays out in Battlement Mesa

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — Charlie Farr moved west from Michigan after his doctor recommended he head to a drier climate because of his mild bronchial asthma. He built his home in Battlement Mesa 20 years ago. "It's been really good until a coupl...

 

Suicide rates on the rise in Idaho, Mountain West

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — On a mid-September evening, as the sun sank into the Snake River Canyon, several dozen strangers gathered at the Perrine Bridge to send a simple message. Using pipe cleaners, they adorned the bridge with bright orange brace...

 
 By Eric Scott    Sports    October 7, 2018

Gatewood rushes past ECU; Rangers roll 17-7

ALVA, Okla. – Freshman running back Tyson Gatewood continues to impress as he led the Northwestern Oklahoma State University football team to a 17-7 Homecoming win over East Central Saturday...

 

Oklahoma lawmakers consider school savings from later start

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma lawmakers are exploring whether schools should start the school year later to cut utility costs. CNHI Oklahoma report s lawmakers launched a legislative study Wednesday where Oklahomans for School Calendar Reform said...

 

Financial judgments awarded victims of ex-Oklahoma doctor

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A former Oklahoma pain management doctor who pleaded guilty in the overdose deaths of several of his patients owes millions of dollars to his victims' families, but it's unlikely they'll ever receive much money. The Oklahoman...

 

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