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Eagles Calendar

Events
Sat Jan 20
12:00 pm
at Henderson State Dual
Sat Jan 20
12:00 pm
at Henderson State Dual
Sat Jan 20
2:00 PM
at Texas-Dallas
Sat Jan 20
4:00 PM
at Texas-Dallas
Mon Jan 22
5:30 PM
at Hardin-Simmons
Mon Jan 22
7:30 PM
at Hardin-Simmons
Tue Jan 23
7:00 p.m.
at Central Baptist College Dual @ Conway, Ark.
Thu Jan 25
5:30 PM
at LeTourneau
Thu Jan 25
7:30 PM
at LeTourneau
Fri Jan 26
at Arkansas State Invitational
Fri Jan 26
at Arkansas State Invitational
Sat Jan 27
at Arkansas State Invitational
Sat Jan 27
at Arkansas State Invitational
Sat Jan 27
9:00 a.m.
at Northeastern Oklahoma Norsemen Open @ Miami, Okla.
Sat Jan 27
2:00 PM
at East Tex. Baptist
Sat Jan 27
4:00 PM
at East Tex. Baptist
Mon Jan 29
6:30 PM
Bacone
Wed Jan 31
7:00 p.m.
Bacone College Dual
Thu Feb 01
5:30 PM
East Tex. Baptist
Thu Feb 01
7:30 PM
East Tex. Baptist
No Event
No Event
No Event
No Event
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Results
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No Event
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Sun Dec 17
Final
Concordia (Tex.) L, 63-54
Sun Dec 17
Final
Concordia (Tex.) L, 97-92
Mon Dec 18
Final
at Little Rock L, 94-49
Exhibition
Fri Dec 29
Final
at Oglethorpe L, 96-75
Holiday Inn Express and Suites Tournament
Sat Dec 30
University of Dubuque L 30-17
NWA Duals
Sat Dec 30
Huntingdon College W 29-15
NWA Duals
Sat Dec 30
Final
vs. Manchester L, 86-72
@ Dorough Field House - Atlanta, Ga. Holiday Inn Express and Suites Tournament
Sat Dec 30
Final
at Rhodes L, 61-59
Thu Jan 04
Final
at Sul Ross St. L, 84-57
Thu Jan 04
Final
at Sul Ross St. L, 76-63
Sat Jan 06
at Central College Under Armour Invite @ Pella, Iowa 4th place
Sat Jan 06
Final
at Howard Payne L, 80-62
Sat Jan 06
Final
at Howard Payne L, 94-86
Wed Jan 10
Ouachita Baptist University Dual W 31-16
Thu Jan 11
Final
Belhaven L, 63-58
Thu Jan 11
Final
Belhaven L, 102-96
Sat Jan 13
Final
Louisiana Col. L, 59-56
Sat Jan 13
Final
Louisiana Col. L, 79-69
Tue Jan 16
at Drury Dual @ Springfield, Mo. L 33-8
Wed Jan 17
Final
Arlington Baptist W, 93-82
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Top Stories

January 17, 2018 Eagles Survive Late Run By Arlington Baptist College Clarksville, Ark.-The Arlington Baptist College Patriots came out firing Wednesday night, but the Eagles efficiency trumped the Patriots volume in the first half. Arlington Baptist went a lowly 6-for-35 from the field in the first half, including 2-of-17 from deep. Destinee Manning, who pulled down 12 rebounds in the first half, and the rest of the Eagles took advantage of the visiting team's shooting woes to corral 43 rebounds in the first two quarters. Hailey Ostrander had a well-rounded first half, scoring nine points and adding five rebounds and three assists. The Patriots stayed within striking distance until Kamryn McKinney entered the game and provided a spark off the bench en route to 11 first half points and 17 for the game on 3-of-4 three point shooting. Ten Eagle three-pointers found the bottom of the net and Head Coach Carl Ramsey believes that was one of the most encouraging aspects of the game. "We've been really struggling with the three-point shot," he said. "I think tonight we shot 47 percent from the three-point line…We have needed something good to happen to get some confidence up." The Eagles went on to lead 46-26 at the half. The Patriots had no answer for forwards Diamond Goodwyn and Cassie Emerson in the third quarter. Emerson had eight of her 13 points in the third, and Goodwyn played very well, as she racked up 18 points and 11 rebounds. The Patriots shot a little better and even made 10-of-13 free throws in the quarter, but Ozarks still stretched their lead to 30. The fourth period was a drastic deviation from the three prior periods that saw the Eagles dominate every aspect of the game. Arlington Baptist guards Zayda Gonzales and Carmen Williams, who paced their team with 25 and 30 points, led a furious final frame comeback. They hit five of their eight three-point baskets in the quarter and made life uncomfortable for the Eagles. In regards to the end of the contest, Ramsey said he was "glad time ran out when it did, because coming down the stretch I wasn't really sure." With 2:24 remaining in the game a Kira Gaitlyn layup pulled the Patriots within 15 and less than a minute later Gonzales came up with a steal and a score, making the score 86-73. Luckily the Eagles did just enough to hang on and come out victorious. The closest the visitors got was 92-82 when Daija Stanford got fouled and made a tough two point basket with 22 seconds left on the clock. The Eagles made one final free throw and won the game 93-82. Hailey Ostrander and Destinee Manning starred as Ostrander finished with a near triple double at 20 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists, while Manning poured in 13 points and 18 rebounds.
January 16, 2018 Jacob Williams Named ASC Track Athlete of the Week Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks senior sprinter Jacob Williams was named the American Southwest Conference Men's Track Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced Tuesday.
January 16, 2018 Wrestling Team Battles Drury In Dual Springfield, Mo.-The Eagles traveled to Drury University Tuesday and fell 33-8 against their NCAA II opponent. Nathaneal Rankin (125) and Jacob Sherrill (174) posted wins. Rankin won by Tech Fall (17-2) and Sherrill won by decision (4-1).
January 13, 2018 Wildcats Hold Off Eagles In Men's Basketball Action Clarksville, Ark.-Louisiana College had four players reach double figures in scoring to take a 79-69 American Southwest Conference win over the University of the Ozarks Saturday. The Wildcats built a 37-27 halftime lead and then held off a late Ozarks' rally. Louisiana College held a 63-49 lead with 6:26 left in the game, but the Eagles cut it to 66-59 with less than four minutes to play on a pair of free throws from Dylan Gray. The Wildcats would eventually push the advantage to 71-61 on a clutch three-pointer. Skyler Barnes led Ozarks with 13 points and Zach Bobo and Dylan Gray each had 12 points.
January 13, 2018 Women's And Men's Track Team Open Spring Season In Missouri Joplin, Mo.-The women's and men's track team opened the 2018 spring season at the Missouri Southern State University Saturday. Among the top times were Jacob Williams, who ran a 7.21 in the 60 meters; Chauzney Hooks, who ran a 1:07.81 in the 400 meters; and Michael Harris, who ran a 4:41.52 in the one-mile.
January 13, 2018 Eagles Late Run Not Enough Against Louisiana College Clarksville, Ark.-The Eagles late run in the fourth quarter came up short as Louisiana College escaped with a 59-56 conference win Saturday afternoon. Ozarks made a monumental run after trailing 49-37 with eight minutes left in the game. Diamond Goodwyn and Hailey Ostrander scored to start the run and bring the Eagles within 49-42. Goodwyn would score again before Louisiana College responded with a basket. But Anisha Johnson drilled a three-pointer to pull Ozarks within 51-47 at the five-minute mark. The Eagles continued to chip away and Kate Smith eventually made two free throws to tie the game 51-51. Ostrander put Ozarks up 53-51 with two more free throws with 3:28 remaining. The Eagles took another lead at the 2:25 mark, but that would be their final advantage of the game. Louisiana College scored the go-ahead bucket with 44 seconds left. Ostrander scored a team-high 13 points for Ozarks.