Oregon State Softball Sweeps Doubleheader Against Portland State

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State softball swept a nonconference doubleheader against Portland State on Tuesday afternoon at OSU Softball Complex. The Beavers won game one in five innings 8-0, and followed up with a 2-1 win in game two. Overall the Beavers improve to 26-17 and hold a 7-8 record in Pac-12 play. Meanwhile, Portland...
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Beavers Host Oregon In The Civil War Series

Game 33 • Home Game 14Oregon State (26-6, 7-5) vs. Oregon (19-15, 6-9)April 19, 2018 • 6:05 p.m. PTCorvallis, Ore. • Goss Stadium at Coleman Field The GameOregon State takes on Oregon in the Civil War, presented by PacificSource Health Plans, Spirit Mountain Casino, Safeway-Albertsons and your local Toyota Dealers Thursday night at Goss...
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Oregon Tech Softball Named Team of the Week

LA GRANDE, Ore. –The Oregon Tech softball team has been named the “Team of the Week” for April 9-15 the Cascade Collegiate Conference announced. With just two weekends left in the Conference regular season, the Owls gathered three wins in their five contests during the week, including two wins over 7th-ranked Southern Oregon on the road...
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Larnach, Heimlich Sweep Pac-12 Honors

SAN FRANCISCO – The Oregon State baseball team swept the Pac-12 Conference’s weekly honors for the first time since 2017 when Trevor Larnach was named the Player of the Week and Luke Heimlich its Pitcher of the Week on Monday. The duo helped the Beavers to a 2-0 record in a shortened series at Missouri State. The Beavers outscored the...
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Nunes Named Pac-12 Freshman of the Week

SAN FRANCISCO – Following a monstrous weekend at the plate in a road series sweep at Stanford, freshman Missy Nunes was named the Pac-12 Freshman of the Week announced by the conference on Monday afternoon. The weekly honor is the first of Nunes’ career and the second of the season for Oregon State. Nunes batted .889 for...
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‘It doesn’t matter who’s playing’: How the Celtics’ low-profile moves kept them afloat

ESPN – BOSTON — During a rare quiet moment amid the Boston Celtics‘ summer of roster-turnover chaos, Danny Ainge stopped to study his new-look squad. The Celtics had signed free-agent Gordon Hayward earlier that month, but Ainge still couldn’t shake a feeling that his team needed another ball handler with Isaiah Thomas‘ lingering hip injury. (Ainge was unaware...
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Drops Lead Owls at Woody Wilson Invite

DAVIS, Calif. – Oregon Tech athletes continue to assault the school’s track and field record book, and, in the process, keep adding ‘A’ qualifying marks for the NAIA outdoor Championships scheduled for May. Freshman Hunter Drops led Saturday’s assault during the Woody Wilson Invitational championships hosted by the University of California Davis at the Woody Wilson Track and...
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Gulich Selected 12th By Phoenix Mercury

NEW YORK, New York – Oregon State standout Marie Gulich took the next step on her basketball journey Thursday, as she was selected by the Phoenix Mercury with the No. 12 overall pick in the WNBA Draft. Gulich is the fourth Oregon State player selected in the last three WNBA Drafts, joining Sydney Wiese, Ruth Hamblin and Jamie...
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Rick Porcello’s start giving Red Sox something to shout about

ESPN – BOSTON — It was a rare display of emotion from an unemotional man. On his 99th and final pitch, on a damp and chilly Thursday night, Rick Porcellorocked back and uncorked a changeup. And after Aaron Hicks swung through it, ending the top of the seventh inning and leaving two New York Yankeesteammates on base, Porcello...
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Oregon Tech Softball Games against Simpson Canceled

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech Head Softball Coach Greg Stewart announced today that the next Wednesday, April 18 non-conference doubleheader with Simpson University has been canceled.  The cancellation is due to Simpson having to re-schedule some of their conference games that had been postponed earlier this month. The two teams will most likely not re-schedule. No. 22 Oregon...
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