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Ashland’s Own to Race for America

Ashland’s Own to Race for America

“The ups will excite you, but coming back from the downs is what inspires others.” The motorcycle riding Southern Oregon alumnus left his mark in Ashland when in 2010 he lead the cross country team to their first national championship in program history. Now 26, his running has manifested him into a ferocious global runner taking on […]

Raider Athletes Honored

Raider Athletes Honored

Tuesday evening saw the third annual Black and Red All-Sports Awards in the Rogue River room.  Though classes were furloughed for the day, many formally dressed Southern Oregon athletes returned to campus to reflect on the past year’s athletic success.  Before the event, athletes were able to grange two sundae bars at their will.  The […]

The Quest for Back-to-Back Championships is Underway

The Quest for Back-to-Back Championships is Underway

The Southern Oregon University football team took an important step to defending their NAIA title in Friday’s annual ‘Red and White’ spring game.  Raider Stadium boasted a respectable turnout for a spring game, with parents of players, students, and Ashland community members in attendance. A major priority this offseason will be to successfully transition to […]

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 Close Season With Heads High

Women Close Season With Heads High

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team came out hot in their NAIA Sweet 16 game against Tabor College, but Tabor fought back and ultimately ended the Raider’s season, winning 72-65. In the first half, the Raiders scored the first 8 points, but lost their rhythm and let the Blue Jays of Tabor back into the […]

Final Second Victory Keeps Raider Men Alive in Missouri

Final Second Victory Keeps Raider Men Alive in Missouri

The Southern Oregon men’s basketball team slowed down one of the hottest teams in the nation and last season’s NAIA runner-up Midland University, winning 73-71 to advance to the round of 16 teams of the NAIA tournament in Point Lookout, Missouri.  With the upset victory, the Raiders move onto the Sweet 16 for the third […]

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 […]

Men’s Basketball Submits their Resume

Men’s Basketball Submits their Resume

The Southern Oregon men’s basketball team avenged two previous regular season defeats against Warner Pacific College in the conference semifinals on Saturday.  As a result of the 81-66 victory, the Raiders advanced to Tuesday’s conference championship game against the College of Idaho. In the first half, WPC came out to an early 6 point lead, […]

Two Raiders Post Career Highs in CCC Quarterfinal Win

  ASHLAND, Ore. – Southern Oregon University’s freshman Autumn Durand scored a career best 30 points, with nine rebounds, and two blocks pushing them passed the Evergreen Geoducks in the first round of the Cascade Conference Champions tournament with a 80-70 win. The Raiders shot 14 of 42 in the first half, but went 100 […]

Raiders Unable to Secure Second Place in Loss to Oregon Tech

The Southern Oregon University women’s basketball team showed promise into the first half of the Cascade College Conference tie-breaking game for second place at Danny Miles Court on Saturday, but couldn’t keep the momentum going. The Oregon Tech Owls (23-5 overall, 11-5 Cascade Conference) took over second place in CCC play after an 18 all […]

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