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Tech Splits with Simpson

REDDING, Calif. –  The Oregon Tech baseball team picked up their first Conference win of the year with a 10-2 drilling of Simpson University Saturday afternoon in game 1 of their double-header. Simpson however, got the last laugh, with a two-out, extra inning, walk off in the night cap to also pick up their...
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Lady Owls Give one to Beacons, Settle for a split.

Eugene, Ore. – The Oregon Tech Lady Owl softball team committed five errors in dropping the 1st game of Friday’s double header with Northwest Christian 5-4. The Owls recovered, thanks to a complete game 1-hit shut-out from Jessi Duncan to win game 2, 4-0. No. 13 Oregon Tech moves to 19-7 on the season...
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No. 8 seed Oregon eases past No. 9 seed Ok St

OMAHA, Neb. — With just over 4 minutes remaining in the first half Friday night, Oregon starJoseph Young had missed every time he shot the ball and managed just two points. By halftime, he had made a mockery of Oklahoma State’s stingy defense. The Pac-12 player of the year scored 15 of his 27 points...
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Oregon Tech Perched at No. 13 in First NAIA Softball Poll

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Coming in at No. 17 in the preseason poll, Oregon Tech inched their way up to No. 13 in the first edition of the 2015 NAIA Coaches’ Top 25 poll, the national office announced Tuesday. Contributing to the Top 15 ranking is an 18-6 overall mark, including key wins last week...
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Heat Hold Off Blazers

MIAMI – Dwyane Wade grabbed the last rebound along the baseline and threw the ball skyward as time expired, a scene eerily reminiscent of the final play of his first NBA Finals. No, this isn’t 2006. But Wade is unquestionably turning back the clock. Wade scored 15 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter, including...
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2015 Coach John Wooden “Keys to Life” Award to Honor NAIA Great

LOS ANGELES – Oregon Tech Head Men’s Basketball Coach Dan Miles was announced the Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” Award recipient for 2015. Miles will be honored Saturday, April 4 at the NCAA Final Four in Indianapolis at the 19th Annual Legends of the Hardwood Breakfast presented by mainstreet in the Indiana Convention Center. Fox...
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Tech Soccer Inks International Attacker

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head Coach Matt Munhall has announced the signing of international student-athlete, Lodewijk Bloemzaad from Oegstgeest, Netherlands to a national letter of intent.  Bloemzaad, a 5’11” winger/forward, comes to Oregon Tech as a proven successful attacker through his fourteen year club experience at his local club VV UDO and most recently...
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Wall, Beal Lift Wizards Past Blazers

WASHINGTON — There was less than a minute left on the clock, and the Washington Wizardsappeared set to hold on to beat the Portland Trail Blazers after letting a 25-point lead dwindle to three, yet there went John Wall, launching himself into the stands, tumbling five rows deep or more, slapping a loose ball back into play. “I...
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Owl Duo Earns NAIA Scholar Award

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Two Oregon Tech student-athletes in the winter sports of men’s and women’s basketball have earned the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Award for their performances on the field of play and in the classroom, the NAIA office announced.  To earn recognition as a NAIA Scholar Athlete, a student must have a minimum cumulative...
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Blazers continue dominance of Raptors

TORONTO — Portland’s Nicolas Batum was so pleased with the way his team played in a big win over the Raptors, he called it “a dream game.” To slumping Toronto, it was more like a nightmare. LaMarcus Aldridge had 24 points and 10 rebounds and the Trail Blazers beat Toronto for the 12th time in 13 meetings, routing...
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