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Whetstone Earns CCC Player of the Week Honors

LaGRANDE, Ore. – After notching career-highs in points and rebounds to lead Oregon Tech to an upset win over No. 8 Southern Oregon University on Friday, Oregon Tech’s Megan Whetstone has been named the Cascade Conference Red Lion Women’s Basketball Player of the Week. Whetstone, a junior forward from Highlands Ranch, Colo., notched 26 points...
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Oregon Tech Shocks No. 8 Southern Oregon, Advances to CCC Finals

ASHLAND, Ore. – Megan Whetstone (pictured) notched career- and game-highs of 26 points and 14 rebounds with Karly LeVeque adding 20 points, and several key steals down the stretch, as fifth-seed Oregon Tech upset No. 8 Southern Oregon University, 77-74, in Friday’s semifinal round of the Cascade Collegiate Conference Championships presented by U.S Bank. ...
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Cal’s big run lifts Bears past Oregon State

BERKELEY, Calif. — It hasn’t been the type of season David Kravish was expecting, neither from himself nor his California teammates.   The Golden Bears forward made up for it with one of his best games of the year in his final appearance at Haas Pavilion.   One of three seniors on first-year coach Cuonzo Martin’s...
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Lillard, Aldridge Propel Trail Blazers

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Damian Lillard has a knack for playing well in the fourth quarter and demonstrated it again Sunday in helping the Portland Trail Blazers hold off the Sacramento Kings. Lillard scored nine of his 31 points in the fourth quarter, LaMarcus Aldridge had 26 points and 15 rebounds, and the Blazers beat the Kings 110-99 for their third straight...
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19 Hit Attack Gets Tech by William Jessup

REDDING, Calif. – After pounding William Jessup University pitching for 19 hits, Oregon Tech took another from the Warriors, 7-3, but would fall to No. 10 Simpson University by a 4-3 final.  No. 17 Oregon Tech (12-6) will next travel to Atherton, Calif. for a pair of game versus Menlo College and University of Antelope...
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Tech Softball Splits Pair in Redding

REDDING, Calif. – Oregon Tech doubled up William Jessup 6-3 in today’s opener, but after stranding 13 runners in game 2 versus No. 10 Simpson University, fell by an 8-6 score.  No. 17 Oregon Tech (11-4) will face both WJU and Simpson again tomorrow to conclude their four game swing in Redding. Game 1- Trey Sullivan...
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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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