University of the Ozarks Eagles

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 8-18 - Conference: 5-15
11/9 at Ark.-Little Rock Final L, 92-54
11/16 at Northwestern St. Final L, 93-78
11/19 at Henderson State University Final W, 87-76
11/26 vs. Rust Final W, 80-72
11/29 at Sul Ross State * • Final L, 78-70
12/1 at Howard Payne * • Final L, 86-78
12/8 at Hendrix Final W, 93-82
12/15 vs. Schreiner * • Final W, 84-76
12/17 vs. Texas Lutheran * • Final L, 69-64
1/3 at Hardin-Simmons * • Final W, 72-63
1/5 at McMurry * • Final L, 69-66
1/10 vs. Concordia (Texas) * • Final L, 102-90
1/12 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor * • Final L, 76-72
1/17 vs. LeTourneau * • Final W, 86-83
1/19 vs. East Texas Baptist * • Final - OT W, 79-78
1/24 at Mississippi College * • Final L, 86-56
1/26 at Louisiana College * • Final W, 71-69
1/31 at Texas-Tyler * • Final L, 83-64
2/2 at Texas-Dallas * • Final L, 74-51
2/7 vs. Texas-Tyler * • Final L, 88-83
2/9 vs. Texas-Dallas * • Final L, 88-74
2/11 at Rust Final L, 84-80
2/14 vs. Mississippi College * • Final L, 88-76
2/16 vs. Louisiana College * • Final L, 65-62
2/21 at LeTourneau * • Final L, 68-63
2/23 at East Texas Baptist * • Final L, 85-70

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 8-18 - Conference: 5-15
11/29 at Sul Ross State * • L, 78-70
12/1 at Howard Payne * • L, 86-78
12/15 vs. Schreiner * • W, 84-76
12/17 vs. Texas Lutheran * • L, 69-64
1/3 at Hardin-Simmons * • W, 72-63
1/5 at McMurry * • L, 69-66
1/10 vs. Concordia (Texas) * • L, 102-90
1/12 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor * • L, 76-72
1/17 vs. LeTourneau * • W, 86-83
1/19 vs. East Texas Baptist * • W, 79-78
1/24 at Mississippi College * • L, 86-56
1/26 at Louisiana College * • W, 71-69
1/31 at Texas-Tyler * • L, 83-64
2/2 at Texas-Dallas * • L, 74-51
2/7 vs. Texas-Tyler * • L, 88-83
2/9 vs. Texas-Dallas * • L, 88-74
2/14 vs. Mississippi College * • L, 88-76
2/16 vs. Louisiana College * • L, 65-62
2/21 at LeTourneau * • L, 68-63
2/23 at East Texas Baptist * • L, 85-70

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/ASC/Men/2007-08/standings-div1 : /conf/ASC/Men/2007-08/standings-div2 : /conf/ASC/Men/2007-08/standings

2007-08

Mississippi Col. 16-4 19-6
Texas-Dallas 13-7 17-9
Texas-Tyler 13-7 14-12
LeTourneau 9-11 12-13
East Tex. Baptist 9-11 9-17
Louisiana Col. 8-12 9-16
Ozarks (Ark.) 5-15 8-18

2007-08

Mary Hardin-Baylor 19-2 26-4
Concordia-Austin 14-7 19-9
Hardin-Simmons 13-8 15-12
Howard Payne 11-10 14-13
McMurry 9-12 12-13
Sul Ross St. 7-14 8-17
Schreiner 5-16 5-20
Texas Lutheran 3-18 3-22

Past Records

2017-18 (3-22, 1-17 ASC)
2016-17 (8-17, 2-14 ASC)
2015-16 (12-13, 3-12 ASC)
2014-15 (8-18, 4-16 ASC)
2013-14 (8-18, 6-16 ASC)
2012-13 (7-18, 4-15 ASC)
2011-12 (5-14, 3-13 ASC)
2010-11 (6-19, 3-17 ASC)
2009-10 (8-16, 6-13 ASC)
2008-09 (10-15, 8-12 ASC)
2007-08 (8-18, 5-15 ASC)
2006-07 (8-17, 7-13 ASC)

Team Info

Coach: Doug Boxell
Conference: ASC

University of the Ozarks

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 545
Location: Clarksville, AR
Colors: Purple, Gold
Region: South
Arena: Mabee Gym (2500)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

April 25, 2017 Ozarks takes Texas-Dallas alum as coach The University of Ozarks named Travis Carruthers as its new head men's basketball coach. Carruthers played and coached at Texas-Dallas and then at Howard Payne.
March 14, 2017 Ozarks' men's coach steps down University of the Ozarks coach David Ferrell has resigned from his position after four years to pursue other professional opportunities, specifically in Northwest Arkansas.
January 30, 2017 Team of the Week D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll returns for its 20th season honoring the best players at each position for the past week. It's the D3hoops.com Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware.
January 9, 2017 Team of the Week D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll returns for its 20th season honoring the best players at each position for the past week. It's the D3hoops.com Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware.
November 5, 2013 Season Of Change Surrounds Ozarks Clarksville, Ark.-A bit of uncertainty surrounds the U of O men’s basketball team entering the 2013-2014 season, but that won’t change how new head coach David Ferrell leads his team.