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Sat Nov 18
Final - OT
vs. Principia W, 94-90
@ Sherman Gymnasium (Jacksonville, Ill.) Illinois College Tournament
Tue Nov 28
at Hendrix L, 80-50
Thu Nov 30
at Dallas L, 81-67
Sat Dec 02
Texas-Tyler L, 94-70
Tue Dec 05
at McMurry W, 69-64
Thu Dec 14
Mary Hardin-Baylor L, 74-51
Sun Dec 17
Concordia (Tex.) L, 97-92
Mon Dec 18
at Little Rock L, 94-49
Fri Dec 29
at Oglethorpe L, 96-75
Holiday Inn Express and Suites Tournament
Sat Dec 30
vs. Manchester L, 86-72
@ Dorough Field House - Atlanta, Ga. Holiday Inn Express and Suites Tournament
Thu Jan 04
at Sul Ross St. L, 76-63
Sat Jan 06
at Howard Payne L, 94-86
Thu Jan 11
Belhaven L, 102-96
Sat Jan 13
Louisiana Col. L, 79-69
Sat Jan 20
at Texas-Dallas L, 77-62
Mon Jan 22
at Hardin-Simmons L, 69-62
Thu Jan 25
at LeTourneau L, 86-64
Sat Jan 27
at East Tex. Baptist L, 91-71
Thu Feb 01
East Tex. Baptist L, 93-78
Sat Feb 03
LeTourneau L, 107-96
Mon Feb 05
at Texas-Tyler L, 93-69
Thu Feb 08
Texas-Dallas L, 97-81
Senior Day
Thu Feb 15
at Louisiana Col. L, 85-51
Sat Feb 17
at Belhaven L, 98-75
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April 24, 2018 Smith, Rankin Named Athletes of the Year At OZZY Awards Clarksville, Ark.-The second annual University of the Ozarks OZZY awards took place Tuesday, April 24 in the Rogers Conference Center where numerous student-athletes and teams were honored for their outstanding athletic and academic seasons.
April 12, 2018 Student-Athletes Celebrate NCAA III Week With Field Day Clarksville, Ark.-For the third straight year, University of the Ozarks student-athletes celebrated National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division III Week by hosting a Field Day for local students from self-contained classrooms.
February 27, 2018 Basketball’s Gray And Bobo Net Conference Awards Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks men's basketball players Dylan Gray and Zach Bobo received honors from the American Southwest Conference, it was announced Tuesday (Feb. 27) following a vote of the league's head coaches.
February 17, 2018 Men's Basketball Drops Season Finale Jackson, Miss.-Belhaven University hit 19-of-42 (45%) three-pointers and outscored the Eagles 48-33 in the second half to take a 98-75 win Saturday. Belhaven also had the luxury of going to the free throw line 31 times and made 23. The Blazers held a 50-42 halftime lead, with 33 of those points coming behind the arc. Ozarks hit 55 percent from the field in the first half. The Eagles cut it to 64-56 at the 14:32 mark of the second half, but wouldn't get any closer. Ozarks outshot Belhaven from the floor (50 percent to 48 percent). Dylan Gray hit 10-of-16 from the field and scored 20 points in his final game at Ozarks.
February 15, 2018 Men's Basketball Drops Road Contest Against Louisiana College Alexandria, La.-Louisiana College raced out to a 46-25 halftime lead and never let Ozarks back into the game in the second half en route to a 85-51 win. The Eagles had a tough night shooting the ball as it hit 31 percent from the field and 64 percent from the free throw line. Ozarks put up 21 three-point shots, but made only four. Meanwhile, the Wildcats hit 55 percent from the floor in the game. Senior forward Dylan Gray posted another double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
February 8, 2018 Comets Rally In Second Half To Upend Men's Basketball Team Clarksville, Ark.-The Eagles raced out to a 15-10 lead early, and it looked as if an upset might be brewing, but Texas Dallas stormed back to take a 97-81 conference win. The early lead was attributed to the Eagles hot first half shooting, which allowed them to stretch the lead to as many as 12 with a Dylan Gray three-pointer at the 8:32 mark. Three-point prowess was the glue that held the Eagles offense together in the first half. They finished an impressive 7-for-15 from down town and only trailed by 6 at the break. Dimitrius Underwood, who had 18 of his game high 29 in the second half, guided Texas Dallas to a phenomenal final frame. The Comets kept the pressure on in the second and the Eagles were never able to regain the momentum they obtained in the first. Unfortunately on senior night, Ozarks was unable to mount a late comeback. Gray posted an impressive line on his senior night, finishing with 20 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists. Bryson Johnson also starred with 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 6 assists. Underwood, Jon Hatcher, Caleb Banks, and Hans Burwitz all finished in double figures for the visiting Comets.