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Records Break at San Francisco Carnival

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Oregon Track and Field set two school records and four NAIA automatic-qualifying marks Friday with both Joelle Swanson and Trevor Lundsten adding runner-up finishes in the javelin event Saturday at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival. For complete San Francisco Carnival results click Here Swanson’s tossed the javelin 144 feet, while...
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Corban Sweeps by Oregon Tech with a Pair of 10-1 Wins

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. –Corban University plated 10 unanswered runs and Austin Guzzon scattered seven hits in the opener, while the Warriors blasted four homers in game 2 and Caleb Henry went the distance, sweeping Oregon Tech 10-1, 10-1, today in NAIA West action at Kiger Stadium. Oregon Tech fell to 12-23 overall and 3-11...
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Tech Sweeps Northwest

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Behind good pitching and timely hitting the No. 13 Oregon Tech Owls ran their win streak to nine games with a Cascade Conference doubleheader sweep of Northwest University Friday afternoon at the OIT Softball Complex. The Owls improve to 29-8 overall and 13-2 in CCC play with the sweep. The...
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Chris Paul lead Clips’ rally over Blazers

PORTLAND, Ore. — Don’t mess with the Los Angeles Clippers. And certainly notChris Paul. A third-quarter shove by Portland’s Chris Kaman spurred an intense rally, and the Clippers defeated the Trail Blazers 126-122 on Wednesday night. Portland’s four-game winning streak was snapped, and the Trail Blazers were denied a chance to clinch their first Northwest Division title...
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Tech Signs Ridgeview High Center

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech women’s basketball head coach Scott Meredith announced today the signing of Ridgeview High School standout basketball player Chloe Ross.   A 6-3 center, Ross led the 5A Raven’s to a 15-11 overall mark, averaging 9 points to go with 6 rebounds and 4 blocks per game in 2015....
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Lady Owls Remain at No. 13 in NAIA Softball Poll

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Four the third-consecutive week the Oregon Tech softball team remains at the No. 13 position in the third regular edition of the 2015 NAIA Softball Coaches’ Poll, announced by the national office Tuesday. The Hustlin’ Owls went 7-1 over the course of the week, improving their Cascade Collegiate Conference record...
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Shrum Named Cascade Conference Player of the Week

LA GRANDE, Ore. – After leading No. 13 Oregon Tech to a 7-1 week in Cascade Collegiate Conference softball action, McKenzie Shrum has been named the Red Lion Softball Player of the Week the Conference office announced Monday.  Shrum, a junior outfielder from Glide, Ore., is on a 15 game hitting streak, hitting .628 in...
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Blazers use dominant defeat of Suns to wrap up playoff berth

PORTLAND, Ore. — A playoff spot secured, next up for the Portland Trail Blazers is the Northwest Division title. The Trail Blazers haven’t won the division since 2008-09, when they shared it with the Denver Nuggets. Portland’s last outright title came in the 1991-92 season. “I’m not even sure the last time we even won a division...
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University of British Columbia Sweeps Series over Oregon Tech

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – University of British Columbia used five homeruns on the afternoon, and got solid pitching from starters Alex Graham in the opener, and Alex Webb in the nightcap, sweeping by Oregon Tech 6-1 and 12-3 in NAIA West baseball action today at Kiger Stadium. Oregon Tech fell to 12-21 overall and 3-9...
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Trail Blazers beat Nuggets, move closer to division title

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Portland Trail Blazers are beginning to regain their health, and the results are showing as they inch closer to their first division title in six years. LaMarcus Aldridge had 32 points and 11 rebounds, and Portland beat the Denver Nuggets 120-114 on Saturday night for its third consecutive victory. The Blazers increased their Northwest Division...
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