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Two Hustlin’ Owls Make All Conference team

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Oregon Tech’s Lavar Moore has been named a Cascade Conference 1st team selection with Joel Yellow Owl picking up Honorable Mention accolades the conference office announced today. Northwest Christian’s Javonte Byrd continued to have an outstanding year, being voted the 2015-16 Cascade Collegiate Conference’s Men’s Basketball Player of the Year after...
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Four Lady Owls Receive CCC Honors

LA GRANDE, Ore. – Oregon Tech’s Karly LeVeque, Ashleigh Vandenbrink, and Megan Whetstone received Cascade Conference 1st Team honors with Tech’s Tess Armstrong being named All-CCC honorable mention the conference office announced today. Southern Oregon’s Ashley Claussen has been unanimously voted the 2015-16 Cascade Collegiate Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Year by the league’s...
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Lillard scores 30, Trail Blazers beat Knicks 104-85

NEW YORK – Damian Lillard and the Trail Blazers started March the same way they finished February. Lillard scored 30 points, C.J. McCollum had 21 of his 25 in the second half and Portland beat the New York Knicks 104-85 on Tuesday night for its sixth straight road victory. Lillard reached the 30-point mark for the eighth time in nine...
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Three Lady Owls Make First Team All Conference

LA GRANDE, Ore. – With the release of the all-conference teams, Southern Oregon’s Ashley Claussen has been unanimously voted the 2015-16 Cascade Collegiate Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Year by the league’s head coaches, the conference office announced. Claussen finished as the conference’s best scorer, averaging 18.1 points a game while also averaging the third...
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Oregon Tech Tournament Title Run ends at Southern Oregon

ASHLAND, Ore. – A third-straight Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament title for the Oregon Tech Lady Owls fell short tonight, as fifth-ranked Southern Oregon University got by the Owls 85-63 in tonight’s CCC championship game presented by U.S. Bank at Mountain Avenue Gym in Ashland. OIT (25-8), which had won the last two CCC tournaments and...
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Cold Shooting Dooms Oregon Tech in CCC Semifinals

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon Tech tried to repeat would they had done just a week ago, however, a 19-percent shooting effort in the first half doomed the Owls in tonight’s Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament semifinal game, falling to top-seed Northwest Christian University, 74-57, at the Morse Event Center.
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Menlo Softball Lends a Hand to Oregon Tech

ATHERTON, Calif. – A GoFundMe site was started by Menlo College athletes after learning that Oregon Tech’s women’s softball team’s van was broken into as they were traveling to Menlo College. The site aimed to raise $2000 and has already reached $2675 from 52 people donating in just one day. The effort is a great...
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Oregon Tech Falls Twice at LC-State to Conclude Four-Game Series

LEWISTON, Idaho – Oregon Tech mustered just four hits in today’s conference opener versus top-ranked Lewis-Clark State College, dropping a doubleheader, 9-0 and 10-6, at Harris Field in Lewiston.  Game 2 did not count toward NAIA West action and was played as a non-conference game. Oregon Tech sits at 7-13 overall and 0-3 in NAIA...
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Cook scores 26 as No. 13 Oregon tops Washington, 86-73

EUGENE, Ore. — The last time the 13th-ranked Oregon Ducks ran the table on their own floor, they went on to win their only conference title and reached the Elite Eight of the 2002 NCAA Tournament. Sunday night they took that first step again as Elgin Cook matched his career-high with 26 points to lead Oregon to an...
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Cold Shooting Dooms Oregon Tech in CCC Semifinals

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon Tech tried to repeat would they had done just a week ago, however, a 19-percent shooting effort in the first half doomed the Owls in tonight’s Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament semifinal game, falling to top-seed Northwest Christian University, 74-57, at the Morse Event Center. Oregon Tech (23-9) will have to wait...
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