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Volleyball strolls past Concordia

The 17th-ranked Raiders volleyball team was looking to pick up ground in the Cascade Conference as they faced the second-place Hornets of Concordia on Friday night. The Raiders opened up the first set with a 9-2 scoring run over the Hornets.  This momentum helped carried the Raiders through the rest of the set. The Hornets […]

Volleyball rebounds with a win over Eastern Oregon

Following their first conference loss, the Southern Oregon Volleyball team got back to winning ways with a 3-1 set win over Eastern Oregon this Saturday. The win leaves the Raiders at the top of the standings with a 10-1 conference record and 13-3 overall. Eastern Oregon is 6-5 in conference play and 10-7 overall. The […]

Women’s Soccer slips past Owls

Coming off a tough double-overtime loss to Corban, the Southern Oregon women’s soccer team was determined not to fall in overtime once more as they managed to defeat Oregon Tech 4-3 this weekend. The Raiders now hold a 2-1 record in conference play and 8-3-1 overall.  Oregon Tech is also 2-1 in the conference, but […]

Central Washington manages to keep Raiders scoreless

The Southern Oregon University Football team simply could not find a way past the Central Washington Wildcats as they lost 27-0 this Saturday. However the final score did not truly reflect the amount of effort that Southern Oregon put into the game. “I thought we battled for four quarters,” said SOU head football coach Steve […]

College of Idaho deals Raiders first loss of the season

The Southern Oregon Volleyball team’s undefeated streak came to a sudden halt this past Friday as the College of Idaho rolled past the Raiders for a three set win. The loss leaves the Raiders at 9-1 in conference play and 12-3 overall.  College of Idaho is now also 9-1 in the conference standings but hold […]

Welcome back to Minnesota Randy Moss

After six years, Randy Moss’ career has finally come full circle.  Early last Wednesday, Randy Moss was traded from the New England Patriots back to the Minnesota Vikings. Randy Moss’ career has been, for the most part, a bumpy ride.  He has been rightfully accused of being a diva on the field, and a less […]

Volleyball records fourth straight win

Volleyball records fourth straight win

The Southern Oregon volleyball team recorded its fourth straight win in a sweep against Oregon Tech in three sets on Friday. The Raiders are now 13-1 in conference play and 16-3 overall while Oregon Tech is 3-11 in conference and 11-15 overall. Southern Oregon currently is sitting at second in the conference standings having played […]

SOU basketball teams ready for new season

SOU basketball teams ready for new season

Southern Oregon’s men and women’s basketball teams are just about to begin their pre-season.

World Series 2010: Misfits vs. Underdogs

World Series 2010: Misfits vs. Underdogs

October is coming to a close and that means the World Series is on its way. Last week, the Texas Rangers knocked off the defending champion New York Yankees and are going for their first World Series in the franchise’s 38 year history. Saturday night the San Francisco Giants beat the Philadelphia Phillies 3-2, and […]

Championship Game a possibility for Boise State

I am not a Boise State Bronco fan.  I don’t pull for them on Saturdays, ever.  But sitting here trying to find yet another excuse as to why Boise State should NOT be allowed to play for a National Championship in January this season is near impossible. The questions about Boise State will continue to […]