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Raiders’ Season Ends in Conference Quarterfinals

Raiders’ Season Ends in Conference Quarterfinals

  The Raiders Volleyball team took a loss on Nov. 5 when they went head to head against No. 22 Corban. This match was the Raiders last regular season match before they entered the Cascade Conference quarterfinals where they took another loss against College of Idaho. In the match against Corban, set scores were 25-18, […]

Bears Upset Raiders at Home

Bears Upset Raiders at Home

The SOU Women’s soccer team has their work cut out for them after losing 0-1 against Rocky Mountain College at home on Saturday. The Raiders (12-5-1 overall, 9-2 CCC) and the Bears (8-9, 5-6) struggled to score against one another throughout the game. While both teams fired many shots, neither could score on the other […]

Women’s Rugby Suffers Loss in Conference Debut

Women’s Rugby Suffers Loss in Conference Debut

The Southern Oregon Lady Ruggers took a tough loss Saturday Oct. 22 against Western Oregon University in their season opener. The final score: WOU 76, SOU 0. “We don’t really feel defeated,” said team Catalina Jarero. ”I just feel like it is a learning experience. Especially for our rookies. I think it went well.” President […]

SOU Suffers Loss Against Eastern Oregon

SOU Suffers Loss Against Eastern Oregon

The gloom setting of the weekend did not let up as the Southern Oregon University football team took to the field this past Saturday against Eastern Oregon University. The final score: EOU 39, SOU 29. “We expect to win every game and it’s disappointing when we lose,” said SOU’s head football coach Craig Howard. “It […]

Men’s Soccer Staying Afloat in Program’s Second Season

Men’s Soccer Staying Afloat in Program’s Second Season

The Southern Oregon University Raiders experienced their second defeat of the season against #11 ranked Corban on Friday. The Warriors took the lead with a shot that went from left to right and managed to sneak past the goalkeeper. Less than a minute later SOU’s Mitchell Pinney zipped through Corban’s defense to score a 17 […]

Raiders Experience Prosperity at Track Nationals

Raiders Experience Prosperity at Track Nationals

GULF SHORES, ALA.–It was a bountiful weekend for the Southern Oregon Track & Field program at the NAIA Outdoor Nationals, which saw nine Raiders take home All-Americans across six events and two Raiders being crowned national champions. The success began with sophomore Jessa Perkinson’s victory in the 10000m race on Thursday, which she won handedly […]

Track and Field Championship Day One: Perkinson Captures 10000m Crown

Track and Field Championship Day One: Perkinson Captures 10000m Crown

Today was the first day of the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Joe Dotson, decathlon, was the first Raider to compete — after five events he sits in tenth place with 3218 points, and only 79 points back of 8th place (the cut-off for “All-American” status). Competing second for the […]

16 Raiders Set to Compete at Track Nationals

16 Raiders Set to Compete at Track Nationals

GULF SHORES, ALA.–This weekend, Southern Oregon Track &Field will send 16 Raiders to compete at the NAIA Outdoor National Championships across 11 events. Here’s who’s going. *Top eight finishers in each event earn “All-American” status* MEN –Tylor King / Shot Put: CCC champion in the shot put … Entered as #10 seed (54-2 ½’ feet) […]

Men’s Track Title Shows Why Every Point Counts

Men’s Track Title Shows Why Every Point Counts

HERMISTON, OR.– The Southern Oregon men’s Track and Field team are the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) champions for the third time in four seasons. Prior to last weekend’s CCC championships, SOU sprint coach Shannon Maas emphasized one particular message to the men’s team: “Every point counts. It doesn’t matter if you’re 1st or 8th, every […]

Freshman Shellmire Sizes Up Against CCC’s Best

Freshman Shellmire Sizes Up Against CCC’s Best

He’s always been the shortest kid in all of his races. He’s always been the “lil guy.” Well now the lil guy is the fastest sprinter in the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC), at the ripe age of 19. That lil guy is Southern Oregon true freshman Julius Shellmire, and he owns the fastest 100 meter […]