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November 23, 2000 • Posted in

Lady Eagles Fast-Break Too Much For Rust

Clarksville, Ark.-The Lady Eagles used a balanced inside-outside attack to defeat Rust College 84-58 at the Hendrix Classic on Saturday. Ozarks got 20 points from guard Lacey Johnson and 16 points from center Mandy Thomas. Johnson of Ozark nailed 6 of 9 three-pointers for the Lady Eagles, while Thomas scored 16 points and grabbed a […]

November 22, 2000 • Posted in

Eagles Blow Past Rust

Clarksville, Ark.-The Eagles proved to be too much for Rust College in a 77-67 victory in the Hendrix Classic on Friday. Ozarks held a 37-34 lead over Rust at halftime, but the Bearcats fought back to tie the game at 59 all late in the second half. The Eagles used a 10-2 spurt to overcome […]

November 22, 2000 • Posted in

Lady Eagles Fall Short Against Hendrix

Clarksville, Ark.-The Lady Eagles nearly pulled off an upset against the Hendrix Lady Warriors in the Hendrix Classic, but were outscored 41-30 in the second half on their way to a 71-64 loss. The Lady Eagles held a 34-30 half time edge, but shot only 29 percent in the second half against the 23rd ranked […]

November 20, 2000 • Posted in

Eagles’ Soccer Success Comes After Slow Start

By Larry Isch, Director of Public Relations Clarksville, Ark.-The 2000 men's soccer season did not start out in encouraging fashion for the U of O Eagles. Consecutive road losses left the Eagles’ confidence battered and bruised, but head coach Dave De Hart could tell by the way his players responded that the setbacks were not […]

November 20, 2000 • Posted in

Shuffield Named ASC Preseason Player of the Year

Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks Lady Eagles junior Christie Shuffield has been named the American Southwest Conference Women's Basketball East Division Preseason Player of the Year in a poll conducted by league coaches. By Larry Isch, Director of Public Relations The 6-foot-1 center from Dover, Ark., led the conference in blocked shots per game (3.04) […]

November 20, 2000 • Posted in

Ozarks to Present Lessons & Carols

CLARKSVILLE, Ark. ---The University of the Ozarks will present its annual Service of Lessons and Carols at 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 3, in Munger Chapel. The traditional holiday event, which is free and open to the public, will feature scripture readings and congregational carols. This year’s event will also include a special performance of Antonio […]

November 13, 2000 • Posted in

UT-Dallas Hands Ozarks Fourth Straight Road Loss

Clarksville, Ark.-The Eagles lost their fourth straight road game with a 70-71 loss to the University of Texas-Dallas on Saturday. The Eagles once again had a halftime lead, but were unable to hold on to the game. A last second shot by Acord rolled in and popped out. “It seems like every time we take […]

November 6, 2000 • Posted in

Expectations high for U of O Eagles

Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks men's basketball coach Johnny Johnson knows his team won't be sneaking up on anybody this season. By Larry Isch, Director of Public Relations With a roster full of experience and depth, Johnson’s Eagles have been picked to finish second in the American Southwest Conference East Division. Last season, the Eagles […]

November 4, 2000 • Posted in

U of O teams make successful Texas swing

Clarksville, Ark.-The University of the Ozarks men's and women's basketball teams made an impressive road swing through Texas last week, earning two victories each to open their American Southwest Conference schedule. By Larry Isch, Director of Public Relations The Eagles defeated Schreiner College 77-70 on Thursday in Kerrville, Texas, and then slipped past Texas Lutheran […]

October 31, 2000 • Posted in

Eagles ready to make run at NCAA Tournament

Clarksville, Ark.-The University of the Ozarks men's soccer program has already reached new heights this year, but head coach Dave De Hart and his team aren't ready to close the books on the 2000 season just yet. By Larry Isch, Director of Public Relations The Eagles will play in their first-ever American Southwest Conference postseason […]