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Lady Raiders Score 100 For 4th Time in 5 Games

Lady Raiders Score 100 For 4th Time in 5 Games

The Southern Oregon University women’s basketball team has been crushing teams at home this season, but this dominance honestly can’t be overstated.  With Saturday evening’s 111-33 thrashing of the Walla Walla Wolves, the Lady Raiders average margin of victory in seven conference games at Ashland High School this season moved to a whopping 45.8 points.  […]

Lady Raiders Stay Hot at Home

Lady Raiders Stay Hot at Home

Despite serving as just a temporary home for the Raiders, Ashland High has been kind to the Southern Oregon women this season; SOU’s average margin of victory in six home conference games is 38.8 points.  This weekend’s tilt against Northwest University and Evergreen State was no different, as the lady Raiders won handily both nights, […]

Woman’s Basketball: No Sign of Slowing Down

Woman’s Basketball: No Sign of Slowing Down

The Southern Oregon University women’s basketball team is undefeated at 15-0, and these women show no signs of letting up. They’re stronger, faster, and playing harder than ever. “There’s a confidence, and an urgency we take with us going into each game,” said Ashley Claussen, one of the top scorers for the raiders. “We’re playing […]

Women’s Hoops Sets Tone for Conference Play

Women’s Hoops Sets Tone for Conference Play

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team got off to a scorching start to Cascade Conference play this weekend; defeating Corban University 112-66 on Saturday and Northwest Christian University 88-70 on Sunday. Saturday’s affair was all SOU, with six players scoring in double figures.  They also knocked down a program record 15 three-pointers, led by six […]

Women’s Basketball Starts Hot

Women’s Basketball Starts Hot

Following Southern Oregon University’s dream run to the NAIA Sweet 16 last season, now-senior Carly Meister said, “We have some big shoes to fill.”  This was clear, as SOU lost all-conference seniors Alexi Smith and Kristin Shoenherr to graduation, and now-former SOU coach Lynn Kennedy convinced freshman phenom Courtney West to join him at Portland […]

SOU Says Goodbye To Coach Kennedy

SOU Says Goodbye To Coach Kennedy

When college teams and coaches are successful, coaches often receive offers from other schools, and sometimes the offer is too good to pass up.  Southern Oregon University is learning this the hard way.  Head women’s basketball coach Lynn Kennedy, who led the lady Raiders to their first NAIA tournament win since 1999, has decided to […]

Women Victorious In First NAIA Match

Women Victorious In First NAIA Match

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team trounced Robert Morris University Wednesday morning 96-61 to advance to the round of 16 of the NAIA tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.  The win marks the Raider ladies first NAIA tournament win in 16 years. The Raiders ran out to a 14-4 advantage with 13 minutes remaining in the […]

Women Look For First Tournament Appearance Since 2009

The Oregon Institute of Technology women’s basketball team won when they most needed to and in the process ended Southern Oregon University’s 17 game home winning streak.  OIT overcame a 12 point deficit in the second half to complete the 77-74 upset in the Cascade Conference semifinals. The first half of the game saw the […]

Raider Women Rollin’

Raider Women Rollin’

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team is closing their regular season strong and setting their sights on the conference championship as well as the NAIA tournament.  Their dominant play continued this weekend, beating Warner Pacific College 82-56 on Friday, and Concordia University 90-66 on Saturday. Friday’s game against WPC had a scrappy, back and forth 36-27 first […]

Raiders Clip Owls’ Wings in Rout

Seeking to soar to a much a needed victory, the Oregon Tech Owls were instead sent crashing to earth by the Raiders in a stunning 85-54 bloodbath, one of the last games in the Division II Women’s Basketball season. From the opening bell the Owls struggled to gain any momentum, and were quickly overwhelmed by […]

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