University of Central Oklahoma

The Central Oklahoma Bronchos, often referred to as Central Oklahoma, Central State or UCO, are the intercollegiate athletic teams representing University of Central Oklahoma, located in Edmond, Oklahoma. The 14 men’s and women’s varsity teams are called the “Bronchos”, with a unique use of the letter H. The school’s identification as Bronchos dates back to 1922, when the wife of football coach Charles W. Wantland suggested it for the schools mascot. The official colors of the teams are bronze and blue, which the institution adopted in 1895. The Bronchos compete in the NCAA‘s Division II and in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association in all sports except women’s rowing, which competes as an independent. The Bronchos have won eighteen national championships, with the most recent coming in 2018 as the women’s rowing program won the NCAA Division II Rowing Championship. The university’s current athletic director is Eddie Griffin who has served in the position since 2017.

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Click here for the female basketball schedule

Click here for the male basketball schedule

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