Lady Owls 16th at the 2017 NAIA Golf National Championship

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLA.  – The Oregon Tech Women’s Golf Team is tied for 16th out of 30 teams after weather delayed the conclusion of the first round of the 2017 NAIA Women’s Golf National Championships at PGA National. Rain forced a nearly hour and a half-long delay in the evening and ultimately caused...
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Owls Stay Alive with 7-2 Win over Avila

COSTA MESA, Calif. -   The Oregon Tech softball team stayed alive in the NAIA Opening Round after they defeated Avila University 7-2, in an elimination game Tuesday afternoon at Vanguard Field.  The Hooter will play 4th-ranked and one-seeded Marian (Indiana) at 12 Noon on Wednesday, needing to defeat the Knights twice to advance to the...
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Owls Score Late To Win!

COSTA MESA, Calif. – Two Time All-American Tara Moates delivered an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning lifting Oregon Tech to a 2-1 NAIA Opening Round win over No. 15 Vanguard University in 10-innings Monday afternoon at Vanguard Field.  Kelly Scott pitched all 10-innings allowing just 9-hits and...
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Oregon Tech Women Win CCC Golf Championship, Ferlan and Frame Earn Player of the Year Honors

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.-  Oregon Tech Junior Janelle Ferlan fired a final round 79 to capture medalist and CCC Player of the Year honors leading OIT to the Cascade Conference Women’s Golf Championship the first in school history for women’s golf. With the Championship the Owls will earn the CCC’s automatic bid to the NAIA National...
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Lady Owls Basketball Signs Three Point Shooter

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.- Oregon Tech Head Women’s Basketball Coach Scott Meredith announced today the signing of Tayah Ranney to play basketball for the Lady Owls next season.  Ranney, a 5-9 guard, hails from Central Valley High School in Shasta Lake, California where she led the Falcons to back to back Northern Athletic League championships in...
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Tech’s Von Essen in 2nd, Gretz in 3rd after Day 1 of CCC Multi-Events

HERMISTON, Ore.  – Oregon Tech junior and defending CCC Champion Seth Gretz sits in third place through the first five of 10 disciplines in the decathlon and sophomore Amber Von Essen  sits in second place through the first four events of seven in the Heptathlon at the Cascade Collegiate Conference Multi-Event Championships. Gretz scored...
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Secretary Of State Richardson Makes Friendly Wager With N.C.

Salem, Ore. – Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson has made a friendly wager with North Carolina’s Secretary of State, Elaine Marshall before Saturday’s NCAA Final Four game between the Oregon Ducks and the North Carolina Tar Heels.   “The Ducks are on a roll and have what it takes to go all the way,” said Richardson...
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Henley High School Names New Wrestling Coach

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Henley High School is changing the lineup of its wrestling team’s coaching staff. For the 2017- 18 season, Paul Rademacher is stepping down as head coach and allowing Matt McCadden to step in. Rademacher will still serve as assistant coach, working in a partnership with McCadden. “It’s all about fit...
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Oregon Tech’s Yellow Owl Tabbed 2nd Team NAIA All-American

KANSAS CITY, Mo. –Oregon Tech’s Joel Yellow Owl has been named a Second-Team NAIA Division II All-American in 2016-17, announced Thursday by the national office.    Earlier this year, Yellow Owl was named first-team all-conference after leading Oregon Tech to a 15-5 Cascade conference mark.   “What a special honor for a special person,” said...
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Tech’s Roberts-Ili Named All-American Honorable Mention

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – After a standout season and career, Oregon Tech senior forward Morgan Roberts-Ili (Wellington, New Zealand.) was named an NAIA All-American Honorable Mention, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced on Thursday. Roberts-Ili, was also named a Cascade Collegiate Conference First Team recipient. She is in the third Owl in the last...
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