September 20, 2015

SWOSU emphatically downs No. 9 Ouachita

From SWOSU Sports Info. Doug Self, Sports Information Director WEATHER FORD – For the second consecutive week, the SWOSU Football team scored better than 50 points and earned […]
September 16, 2015

SWOSU volleyball home opener to be broadcast by Wright Wradio

From SWOSU Sports Info. Doug Self, Sports Information Director WEATHERFORD – Following eight road matches to open the season, the SWOSU Volleyball team will play their first […]
September 14, 2015

OSN Poll – What weekend performance was the most impressive?

We go across sports with this one. Which performance was the best this weekend? And comment to let us know if we missed one.
September 13, 2015

Southwestern cruises past Arkansas-Monticello

WEATHER FORD – The Southwestern Football team earned a commanding victory on Parent’s Day at ASAP Energy Field as they defeated Arkansas-Monticello 50-20 Saturday night in the ASAP […]
September 6, 2015

Southwestern falls just short in season opener at Southern Arkansas

From SWOSU Sports Info. Doug Self, Sports Information Director MAGNOLIA, Ark. – The SWOSU Football team stood toe-to-toe with Southern Arkansas on Saturday night, taking a 24-22 […]
August 12, 2015

Coach Bo’s coaching tree continues to branch out and bloom

If is wasn’t for the current assistant volleyball coach at Southwestern, the current head coach wouldn’t be there today. In fact, he likely wouldn’t be coaching […]
August 5, 2015

OSN Football Preview 2015: Southwestern Bulldogs

SOUTHWESTERN BULLDOGS Head coach: Dan Cocannouer, seventh season (21-43) 2014 record (3-7) It’s been a long offseason in Weatherford as the Bulldogs have been sorting out […]
August 4, 2015
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SNU third, OBU fourth in GAC preseason volleyball poll

Coming off a strong season and exciting postseason run in 2014, Southern Nazarene has grabbed the attention of the Great American Conference volleyball coaches. The Crimson […]
July 31, 2015

Whatever happened to the Lone Star North?

Part 8 – The perspective of time The journeys for the five schools from Oklahoma that left the Lone Star Conference in 2010 are all far […]