Claremore Daily Progress


July 5, 2013

Trip to Hawaii highlights Oklahoma Christian women's basketball schedule


EDMOND — The first of two four-game conference homestands will begin Dec. 5 against St. Edward’s (Texas). OC will host McMurry (Texas) on Dec. 7, Lubbock Christian on Dec. 14 and defending conference regular-season champion Texas-Permian Basin on Dec. 16. OC beat UTPB in the final regular-season game of the 2012-13 campaign.

After the Christmas break, OC will return to conference play, visiting Arkansas-Fort Smith on Jan. 2 and Rogers State on Jan. 4. The Lady Eagles’ final nonconference game will be Jan. 9 at Washburn (Kan.), with the game time set for 7 p.m.

A game against Oklahoma Panhandle State on Jan. 16 will start another four-game homestand, during which OC will host Newman (Kan.) on Jan. 18, Texas A&M International on Jan 23 and St. Mary’s on Jan. 25.

Then comes a four-game road trip to McMurry on Jan. 30, St. Edward’s on Feb. 1, Texas-Permian Basin on Feb. 6 and Lubbock Christian on Feb. 8.

OC will close the home portion of its schedule with a two-game homestand against Rogers State on Feb. 13 and Arkansas-Fort Smith on Feb. 15. The Lady Eagles will visit Newman on Feb. 27 and Oklahoma Panhandle State on March 1 to wrap up the regular season.

The Lady Eagles again will participate in the NCCAA Central Region tournament in March, although the site has yet to be determined.

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