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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 […]

Hixon Bounces Back At Chico State Twilight

Hixon Bounces Back At Chico State Twilight

One of the NAIA’s most talented middle-distance runners, Jared Hixon, is finding his rhythm on the track once again. After a rough opening to his season, Hixon used a powerful kick to take the win in the 1500m last night, with a time of 3:51.24 at the Chico State Twilight Meet. The win builds on […]

SOU Track Shines, Perkinson Sets School Record

SOU Track Shines, Perkinson Sets School Record

Southern Oregon sophomore stud Jessa Perkinson’s dominance on the cross country course has seemingly carried over to the track, by way of her record setting performance yesterday. Competing against talent from the NCAA at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival, Perkinson set a new Southern Oregon school record for the 10,000 meter race with a […]

Lady Raiders Add to 2015-16 Trophy Case

Lady Raiders Add to 2015-16 Trophy Case

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team sit alone atop the 2015-16 Cascade Conference, claiming the CCC tournament title with Monday evening’s 85-63 victory over Oregon Tech at Ashland High School.  The tourney championship accompanies the Raiders regular season CCC title clinched earlier in the season. In her final home game as a Raider, senior point […]

Valentine’s Day Massacre

Valentine’s Day Massacre

Last weekend’s rain didn’t stop the fifth annual St. Valentine’s Day Massacre for the Southern Oregon Football team.  For the past half-decade, the Raiders have broken the offseason slum with a day dedicated to vigorous workouts and team building activities.  On Saturday night the Raiders left the weights in the gym to compete in various games ranging […]

Play Like a Girl

Play Like a Girl

Southern Oregon University’s women’s soccer and volleyball teams were honored in “Play Like a Girl” this past Saturday night during the halftime of the SOU women’s basketball game against Eastern Oregon at Ashland High School. During the halftime, both teams made their way to the center of the court where select few athletes of each […]

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.  […]

Indoor Track Begins; Matt East Shines

Indoor Track Begins; Matt East Shines

The Southern Oregon track and field team opened the 2016 indoor season up at the Tracktown USA High Performance meet last Friday in Portland.   For the women, Tierra Barrett placed 14th in both the 200 (27.64) and 400 meters (1:02:08), while Kristine Dunn finished 15th in the 200 and 21st (27.8) in the 400 (1:04.95). […]

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, […]

Raider Men Resilient in Consecutive Victories

Raider Men Resilient in Consecutive Victories

A pair of pivotal conference games saw the Southern Oregon men’s basketball team come out unscathed, with wins Saturday against Northwest University and Sunday versus Evergreen State College. The Raiders now sit at 16-6 overall, and 10-2 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC), which has the first place Northwest Christian Beacons looking over their shoulders. […]

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