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Raiders Score Big Victory

Raiders Score Big Victory

  The Southern Oregon men’s basketball team romped to a 93-69 victory over a visiting CSU Maritime side this Sunday at the McNeal Pavilion. It was a heartening performance from a Raider side fresh off of a 90-58 loss the NCAA Division I Gonzaga this past Friday. The Raiders made it difficult for the visitors […]

Cross Country Storms to Conference Crown

Already considered favorites to be crowned Cascade Conference champions, the Southern Oregon men’s cross country team duly delivered as they were crowned 2010 Cascade Conference champions this past weekend. The Southern Oregon women also capped an impressive season with yet another impressive finish as they came in second place at the championships. For the men, […]

Women’s Soccer Ends Season

The Southern Oregon women’s soccer team was unable to continue their record-setting season as they fell to Corban 1-0 in the Cascade Conference semifinals this Saturday. The game was their first post-season appearance in the past two years. The loss ended the Raiders’ season in which they posted a 12-5-2 overall record and received votes […]

Volleyball Wins Title

Despite almost dropping the first set, the Southern Oregon volleyball team still had enough fight left to defeat Northwest University in a three set sweep and claim the Cascade Conference title. The win marked the end of the Raiders’ dominating season in which they posted a 17-1 conference record and 20-3 overall to give head […]

SOU Snaps Losing Streak

The Southern Oregon football team managed to snap a six game losing streak by defeating Menlo 24-13 this Saturday. The win leaves the Raiders sitting at 3-6 overall so far this season. Southern Oregon was playing without several of their regular starters because of disciplinary action however several newcomers did more than enough to give […]

Evergreen State No Match for SOU

Evergreen State No Match for SOU

  With the conference title on the line, all Southern Oregon’s volleyball team needed to do was win. The Raiders did just that as they prevented the Geoducks from scoring more than 14 points in a three set sweep over Evergreen State this Friday at the McNeal Pavilion. It was the perfect send off for […]

Black Squad Wins Intrasquad Challenge

Black Squad Wins Intrasquad Challenge

The Black squad emerged victorious during the annual Black and Red Intrasquad tournament held this Wednesday in the McNeal Pavilion. All-Americans Tommie Hooper and Kyle Wirkuty were the standouts for the Black squad. With the Black squad leading 10-3, Wirkuty recorded a 20-4 technical fall victory over Alex Howell in the 149-pound division. Later, Hooper […]

SOU Wrestling looking for another winning season

For forty years the Southern Oregon wrestling program has been nothing but victorius and with a new season just around the corner, it looks like another winning season is about to get underway. Under the guidance of head coach Mike Ritchey, who has coached for 15 years, this year’s set of wrestlers include several of […]

Women’s basketball ready for action

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team and Corban University are predicted to finish in a tie for second in the Cascade Conference for the upcoming 2010-2011 season. The College of Idaho is predicted to finish first. “We got a good balance of experience and youth,” said head coach Lynn Kennedy. “We have 13 players that […]

Tragedy strikes Notre Dame athletics

Tragedy struck college football last Wednesday.  Declan Sullivan, a 20-year-old student worker in the Notre Dame video production department was killed after the scissor lift, from which he was filming the Notre Dame football practice, collapsed. My question for the University of Notre Dame and its athletic department is why was Sullivan allowed to go […]