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Humphrey leads Stanford past Oregon State 75-48

STANFORD, Calif. — An injury opened the door for Michael Humphrey to get into Stanford’s starting lineup. The freshman forward is making his own case to stay there.   Humphrey scored 14 points and had a season-high 15 rebounds for his second straight double-double, and Stanford beat Oregon State 75-48 on Thursday night.   “I definitely...
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Hustlin’ Owls Season Ends as Late Rally Falls Short

CALDWELL, Idaho – Jordan O’Byrne scored 17 points, including three second half 3-pointers, helping the College of Idaho outlast upset-minded Oregon Tech, 71-64, in the quarterfinals of Cascade Conference Championships, presented by U.S. Bank.  OIT (13-16) rallied from a nine-point first half deficit to take a 56-54 lead with just six minutes left.  However,...
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Blazers Hand Spurs Fourth Straight Loss

PORTLAND, Ore. – Wesley Matthews and the Portland Trail Blazers hope they put their recent fourth-quarter woes behind them Wednesday night. Matthews scored 31 points, LaMarcus Aldridge had 11 points and 13 rebounds, and Portland beat the slumping San Antonio Spurs 111-95 for its first victory since the All-Star break. The Trail Blazers are 25-4 when leading after three quarters, but all...
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Oregon ends 7-year losing streak to Cal

BERKELEY, Calif. — Oregon’s high-scoring offense got another big night from Joseph Young and an even bigger lift from Dwayne Benjamin.   Yet it was the Ducks’ stifling zone defense in the second half that helped Coach Dana Altman’s team end a seven-year losing streak to California.   Young scored 25 points, Benjamin had 18 points and...
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Lady Owls Advances to Semifinals with Comeback Win at Evergreen

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Oregon Tech battled back from an eight point deficit with six minutes to play, claiming a 69-62 win at Evergreen State, advancing to the semifinal round of the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament with the win tonight in Olympia. Fifth-seed Oregon Tech improved to 21-10 overall and will travel to second-seed Southern Oregon...
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Field Announced for the 2015 CCC Men’s Basketball Championship

LA GRANDE, Ore. – With the final regular season games finished, College of Idaho, Concordia and Warner Pacific finish with a three-way tie for first-place, and will each share a piece of the regular season title. College of Idaho hold the tiebreakers over both schools, earning the first-seed in the 2015 CCC Men’s basketball Championship...
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Bracket Set for 2015 CCC Women’s Basketball Championship

A GRANDE, Ore. – After the final regular season weekend of the Cascade Collegiate Conference, the field is set for the 2015 CCC Women’s Basketball Championship presented by U.S. Bank.  The tournament tips off on Tuesday night on campus sites. The top seed goes to No. 17 ranked Eastern Oregon University. The Mountaineers defeated Evergreen...
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Tech Baseball Splits DH at Menlo

ATHERTON, Calif. – Oregon Tech rallied from a 7-6 deficit, doubling up Menlo, 14-7, in game 1 but was unable to hold on to a 6-0 lead in the nightcap, as the Oaks used a bases loaded walk-off single to earn a 9-8 win in game 2. Game 1 – Oregon Tech (8-9) jumped up...
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Guischer Two Hit Shutout Leads Tech to Split in Final Day of NW Cup

PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon Tech’s Ann-Marie Guischer tossed a two hit shutout in 2-0 win over Carroll College in today’s opener, while St. Martin’s University used a six run fifth inning to secure a 12-5 win over the Owls to conclude the Northwest Cup this morning in Portland. Oregon Tech takes a 10-4 overall mark...
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Oregon Takes Down Utah

EUGENE, Ore. — Larry Krystkowiak had a simple diagnosis for what ailed No. 9 Utah on Sunday. His Utes suffered from a lack of an inside presence, subpar 3-point shooting and a dearth of second-half rebounds in their 69-58 loss to Oregon. “There were a lot of 50-50 balls that didn’t go our way,” Krystkowiak said. “We...
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