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Owls honored on the diamond

LA GRANDE, Ore. — Oregon Tech sophomore Ryan Hayden was the Cascade Conference baseball player of the week for his four extra base hits and eight RBI performance this week. The Owls beat Puget Sound twice at the Northwest Challenge in Portland and are now 6-10 on the year. Fellow sophomore Morgan Barnes was selected...
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Dixon an All-CCC selection

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Sophomore guard Karissa Dixon of the Oregon Tech Lady Owls basketball team was announced as an All-CCC selection Monday, helping OIT to a 20-plus win season in which she averaged 12 points per game and over 40 percent shooting from three-point range. Senior teammate Aundrea Albright was an honorable mention receipient....
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OIT men’s basketball advances to championship game

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Top-seeded Oregon Tech used an 11-0 run to start the game, held off a feisty Eastern Oregon squad in the second half, and moved to the Cascade Collegiate Conference finals with a 91-79 victory in the semifinal round of the CCC tournament tonight at Danny Miles Court. No. 3 Oregon Tech...
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Oregon Tech defeats College of Idaho to move to semis

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Top-seeded Oregon Tech started the game on a 23-5 spurt and never looked back, as the Hustlin’ Owls downed the eighth-seeded College of Idaho by a 79-53 final in the quarterfinal round of the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament. No. 3 ranked Oregon Tech moves into the semifinals and will host...
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OIT: Women lose; men start tonight

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon Tech led early, but Warner Pacific built a 34-28 halftime lead and pulled away in the second half, netting a Cascade Conference tournament victory 76-58. The Lady Knights advance to Friday’s semifinals, while Oregon Tech’s season ends with a 21-10 record. Aundrea Albright scored a game-high 21 points, with Kaitlin...
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No. 1 OIT upset at Corban

SALEM, Ore. — For the second time this season, the Oregon Tech men’s basketball team lost the same week it was voted No. 1 in the NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball Top 25 Coaches’ Poll, falling at Corban 90-79 Saturday night. Corban shot 56-percent from the floor, making eight three-pointers to win the game....
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Oregon Tech softball wins twice

PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon Tech pitcher Taylor Schmidt struck out five and drove in a run in a 4-3 victory over University British Columbia in game 1, while the Owls used a grand slam and three two-run shots in the nightcap to overwhelm Willamette 15-8 in game 2 today in day 1 of the...
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Hustlin’ Owls fly past Beacons

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon Tech, the top ranked team in the NAIA, clinched at least a share of the Cascade Collegiate Conference regular season crown for the fifth time in the last six seasons by knocking off Northwest Christian, 80-66 in the Morse Event Center. It was the Beacons that had an early advantage,...
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MVL: Gilchrist defeats Butte Falls girls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Junior Ashley James scored 18 points to lead Gilchrist past Butte Falls 35-25 in the first game of the Mountain Valley playoffs at Oregon Tech’s Danny Miles Court. Shawna Creech scored 14 points to lead Butte Falls. Gilchrist advances to Saturday play versus the loser of Friday’s Paisley-Triad game. The...
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OIT basketball player found dead

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Oregon Institute of Technology released an e-mail to students, faculty and staff Wednesday afternoon informing that sophomore men’s basketball redshirt Nathanael Maddox passed away earlier this week. A memorial service is planned on Monday at Hinson Church in Portland at 10:00 AM, Maddox’s hometown where he attended Cleveland High School....
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