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Events
Fri Feb 22
1:00 PM
Mary Hardin-Baylor
Fri Feb 22
3:00 PM
Mary Hardin-Baylor
Sat Feb 23
12:00 PM
Mary Hardin-Baylor
Fri Mar 01
1:00 PM
Sul Ross St.
Fri Mar 01
3:00 PM
Sul Ross St.
Sat Mar 02
11:00 AM
Sul Ross St.
Fri Mar 08
2:00 PM
at Belhaven
Sat Mar 09
12:00 PM
at Belhaven
Sat Mar 09
2:00 PM
at Belhaven
Tue Mar 12
3:00 PM
Hendrix
Tue Mar 12
5:00 PM
Hendrix
Fri Mar 15
1:00 PM
Louisiana Col.
Fri Mar 15
3:00 PM
Louisiana Col.
Sat Mar 16
12:00 PM
Louisiana Col.
Fri Mar 22
1:00 PM
at Howard Payne
Fri Mar 22
3:00 PM
at Howard Payne
Sat Mar 23
11:00 AM
at Howard Payne
Fri Mar 29
2:00 PM
East Tex. Baptist
Fri Mar 29
4:00 PM
East Tex. Baptist
Sat Mar 30
12:00 PM
East Tex. Baptist
Fri Apr 05
4:00 PM
at Texas-Dallas
Fri Apr 05
6:00 PM
at Texas-Dallas
Sat Apr 06
1:00 PM
at Texas-Dallas
Wed Apr 10
5:00 PM
at Hendrix
Wed Apr 10
7:00 PM
at Hendrix
Tue Apr 16
4:00 PM
at Central Baptist
Tue Apr 16
6:00 PM
at Central Baptist
Thu Apr 18
4:00 PM
LeTourneau
Fri Apr 19
12:00 PM
LeTourneau
Fri Apr 19
2:00 PM
LeTourneau
Fri Apr 26
1:00 PM
at Hardin-Simmons
Fri Apr 26
3:00 PM
at Hardin-Simmons
Sat Apr 27
12:00 PM
at Hardin-Simmons
Thu May 02
TBA
at TBA
ASC Championship Tournament
Fri May 03
TBA
at TBA
ASC Championship Tournament
Sat May 04
TBA
at TBA
ASC Championship Tournament
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Results
Sat Feb 09
Final
at Rhodes L, 12-8
Sun Feb 10
Final
vs. Huntingdon W, 7-6
@ Memphis, Tenn.
Sun Feb 10
Final
at Rhodes L, 6-5
Fri Feb 15
Final
at Concordia (Tex.) W, 6-5
Fri Feb 15
Final
at Concordia (Tex.) L, 4-3
Sat Feb 16
Final
at Concordia (Tex.) W, 3-1
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Top Stories

February 16, 2019 Softball Team Wins Conference Series Against Concordia University Texas Austin, Texas-The Eagles won their American Southwest Conference series against Concordia University Texas with a 3-1 win Saturday. The Eagles used a steady offense and pitchers Abby Mork and Candace Rogers allowed a combined two hits in the entire contest. The Eagles scored in the third, fourth and fifth innings and did not allow a run in the final three frames. In the fourth, Paige Lee ripped an RBI single to center field to drive in Elisa Cantu. In the fifth, Cantu delivered a single herself to drive in Alexis Holt. The final score came when Kieara Bryant doubled in Lee in the sixth. Rogers retired the side in the sixth and seventh innings. Rogers received the save, while Mork took the win.
February 15, 2019 Softball Team Takes Game One Against Concordia University Texas Austin, Texas-The Eagles held a 6-4 lead heading into the bottom of the seventh inning, but had to hold off Concordia University Texas to secure a 6-5 conference-opening win Friday night in game one. The Tornados loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom half of the frame and then drove one run in with an infield single to cut it to 6-5. With the bases still loaded, Abby Mork got a fly out to center field to end the threat. The Eagles used a productive third inning to grab a 5-2 advantage. Sierra Jasna drew a bases loaded walk, then Mork delivered a two-run double and Sydney Key followed with a two-run single. Kieara Bryant drove in the Eagles' final run with a single to center field. Concordia made things uncomfortable for the Eagles rallying late, but Mork settled in to force a flyout. Mork helped her own cause by finishing 2-for-3 with two RBI at the plate. 
February 10, 2019 Prather Gets First Win As Head Coach Memphis, Tenn.-New head coach Denise Prather led her team to a 7-6 win over Huntingdon College Sunday earning her first collegiate win as a head coach. Prather's club got big hits and played clutch defense in the sixth and seventh to secure the game. The Eagles generated two runs in the first inning, two more in the second and another two more in the third. After the third, the game was all tied up at 6-6. Riki Haase tripled in a pair of runs in the third for the Eagles. From there, starting pitcher Candace Rogers was lights out as she did not allow a run in the fourth, fifth, sixth or seventh inning. In the bottom of the fourth, Kieara Bryant blasted a momentum changing solo home run to break the tie and prove to the be game-winner. Huntingdon threatened in the sixth loading the bases with no outs, but the Eagles got an out at home and then Rogers forced a double play to end it. The Eagles were tested once more in the top of the seventh as Huntingdon loaded the bases with one out. The Eagles got another out at home and then Rogers recorded a flyout to end the game. Bryant ended the game with two runs, two hits and two RBI. Rogers pitched a complete game. 
February 9, 2019 Softball Team Opens Season With High-Scoring Losses Memphis, Tenn.-The Eagles dropped an up-and-down game one 9-7 against Huntingdon College to open the season and spoiling the head coaching debut of Denise Prather after jumping out to a 4-0 lead early on. The Eagles generated four runs on four hits in the first, with Sierra Jasna, Paige Lee, Tori Reiber and Sydney Key all driving in runs. Lee had a double while the remaining three had singles. Huntingdon would eventually take a 5-4 lead after four complete innings, but the Eagles responded with two runs in the top of the fourth. This time Kieara Bryant and Abby Mork drove in runs with singles to the outfield. Huntingdon would even the game 6-6 in the bottom half of the fifth and then add three more runs in the sixth. The Eagles made another rally in the top of the seventh when runners were at the corners with one out. An RBI groundout pushed one run across, but Huntingdon was able to record the final out on the next batter. In all, the Eagles pounded out 11 hits, with Bryant and Lee pacing the team with two apiece. 
February 6, 2019 2019 Softball Preview Clarksville, Ark.-The 2018 University of the Ozarks softball team produced a historic season as it qualified for the American Southwest Conference post-season Tournament for the first time in program history. 
November 30, 2018 Richard Dunsworth Named To NCAA Division III Presidents Council Clarksville, Ark. - University of the Ozarks President Richard L. Dunsworth. J.D., has been appointed to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III Presidents Council, the highest governing body in the division.