Skip to main content
Skip menu links

Lions Sweep Aggie Baseball

—By Laura Nelson on 04/23/2012 Ft. Smith, Ark.—The Oklahoma Panhandle State Univ. baseball team added a day to their travel time over the weekend as the three games scheduled against the Univ. of Ft. Smith-Arkansas were delayed a full day due to rain, and the Lions improved their season record to 22-18 overall and 15-14 in the conference while the Aggies fell to 4-38 overall and 3-27 in conference play.

The Lions broke out the bats early in game one on Saturday, scoring five runs in the first inning and adding nine more through the seven inning game. Blake Hardegree was finally able to put a stop to Lion pitcher Sam Meloy's no-hitter in the sixth inning of play with a single and the Aggies avoided a shutout in the final inning when Patterson reached first on an error, advanced to third off a Colton McKithan double, and then scored when Thomas McGuckin hit a sacrifice fly. The final score was 14-1, Lions, and Daulton Perry was given the loss.

Both teams remained scoreless through two innings in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader, but UA-FS started connecting in the third and scored three runs and two more in the fifth. Even though the Aggies had five hits, they stranded five runners and lost 5-0. Sean Williams pitched the entire seven inning game, scattering seven hits.

In the final game of the series, the hardworking Aggies had six hits over nine innings, but again couldn't make it safely home. Losing pitcher Mitch Provolt gave up seven hits, and relievers Matt Klaczkiewicz and Colton Harvick gave up four and two, respectively.

The Aggies take to the road again April 27-28 for a three-game series against St. Edward's in Austin, currently in second place with a 21-8 Heartland Conference record.


We Are Panhandle We Are Panhandle!

Image Rotator

Rogelio Reyna Visits Monday Munch

Students enjoyed the opportunity to meet Professional Makeup Artist Rogelio Reyna at a recent Monday Munch hosted by the Alumni Office. —Photo by Danae Moore

Image Rotator

Panhandle Equestrians Show Skill among Newcomers

From left the 2017-2018 Panhandle State Equestrian Team after the NCTC Show: Jesslin Lamont, Reilly Shore, Kayla Hook, Sarah Atha, Hannah Hammack, MacKenzie Leach, Kristin Allen, Cassie Alcorn and Tyler Meyeres.

Image Rotator

Aggie Hall of Fame Spotlight: David Flowers

The 2017 PTCI Aggie Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Banquet takes place Saturday, Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. at Panhandle State.

Image Rotator

Torres Wins National Hispanic College Quiz

This past July, Oklahoma Panhandle State University senior Ami Torres Acuña (second from the right) competed in Nashville at the Hispanic College Quiz and won the competition! —Courtesy photo

Image Rotator

Banquet Sees Great Support

Panhandle State’s first Shooting Sports Banquet was September 28 at Hunny’s in Guymon. Pictured here Mike Gaitlin (right) auctions off a piece of artwork by Bryon Test. The banquet saw both a live auction as well as a raffle to raise support for scholarships and equipment. —Photo by Danae Moore

Image Rotator

Panhandle Baseball Alumni Catch Some Fun

2017 Aggie Baseball Alum Felipe Beltran took the title in the Alumni Homerun Derby on Sept. 30.-Erika Chartrand photo

Image Rotator

Panhandle State Saddle Bronc Riders Have Their Eyes On The Prize

Will Martin earned the Men's All-Around title, the Bareback Riding title, and split second and third in the average of the steer wrestling at the Southeastern Oklahoma State University College Rodeo this past weekend. —Photo by Dale Hirschman

Image Rotator

Avalos Represents Panhandle in National Internship

Jocelynn Avalos, a junior at Oklahoma Panhandle State University, got the opportunity to enjoy a summer internship in Bethesda, Md. at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). —Courtesy photo

Image Rotator

Earth Science Class Travels to Black Mesa

From left to right: Front row, Rachel McDonald and Becky Simmons; Back row, Beverly Meyer and Adrianna Garner —Courtesy photo

Image Rotator

Etbauer Family Named the 2017 Honored Family

Brothers Danny, Robert, and Billy are pictured from left to right. —Courtesy photo

Image Rotator

HALO Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Members of HALO pause for a quick photo at this past weekend's Fiesta in Guymon, Okla. —Photo by Alexandria Trujillo