Raiders Escape with Win at EOU

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics LA GRANDE, Ore. — There was nothing all that aesthetically pleasing, neither on the field nor on the stat sheet, about the Southern Oregon University football team’s 35-31 win Saturday afternoon at Eastern Oregon’s Community Stadium. That spotless 3-0 record doesn’t look so bad though. The 22nd-ranked Raiders (2-0 Frontier … Continue reading »

SOU Delivers Statement Win Over Carroll

ASHLAND, Ore. — In his senior season, Austin Dodge has become the face of the Southern Oregon University football team, but on Saturday it was Dodge’s teammates that carried the Raiders to their biggest win in two years. SOU’s defense clamped down in the 4th quarter and running back Melvin Mason rushed for 202 yards … Continue reading »

OIT Opens NAIA Tournament at COI

CALDWELL, IDAHO – The Oregon Tech softball team finished 3rd in the the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament after winning the regular season title. The bumpy finish left the Owls’ NAIA Softball National Championships in doubt. In the end, the committee selected OIT for its third appearance in the last four years (the Owls won the … Continue reading »

SOU Reacts to Coaching Debuts

ASHLAND, Ore. – On Friday NewsWatch 12’s Chris Leone and Brandon Kamerman faced the biggest challenge of their sports journalism careers: coaching in the SOU Spring Game. Leone’s White Team snuck by Kamerman’s Red Team 26-19, and after the game they asked each other and the players about their first experience coaching college football.

NCAA Rule Would Affect Ducks, Raiders

ASHLAND, Ore. A proposed rule change in college football would deliver a significant blow to up-tempo offenses like Southern Oregon and the University of Oregon. If approved, the change would force offenses to wait 10 seconds after the play clock starts running before they can snap the ball. Typically the SOU offense snaps the ball … Continue reading »

The Legacy of 1,000 Wins, Part 2

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — When you are having the success that Danny Miles has had, people start to notice. For years, Miles has had opportunities to coach somewhere else. “I had a chance to go on to other places, mainly to see if my system would work some place else,” said Miles, “but this is … Continue reading »

The Legacy of 1,000 Wins, Part 1

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech head coach Danny Miles is one of two men’s basketball coaches to reach 1,000 career wins. What’s the formula for building 1,000 wins? For Miles, it started with a very modest beginning. “That year I remember we went 0-9 in football as an assistant,” he said, “1-21 in basketball … Continue reading »

Miles Joins Elite 1,000 Win Club

Courtesy: Oregon Tech Athletics SALEM, Ore. –  Oregon Tech’s Danny Miles became just the second men’s basketball coach at a four-year level to reach 1,000 career victories when his Hustlin’ Owls ran past Corban University, 71-51, in men’s Cascade Conference basketball in front of a near capacity crowd at the C.E Jeffers Sports Center tonight … Continue reading »

Round Ball Wrap, January 31st

The Round Ball Wrap, normally featuring primarily high school basketball, takes a closer look at NAIA college basketball as Danny Miles goes for 1,000 wins for the second time. The Oregon Tech men’s basketball team was at Northwest Christian, a team the Owls already beat by 19 at home. Meanwhile, other highlights include North Medford … Continue reading »

OIT Falls to COI, #Miles1000 Has to Wait

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The excitement and celebration will have to wait. Oregon Tech’s first chance to deliver head coach Danny Miles his 1,000th career win was unfulfilled. The Owls lost at home to (14) College of Idaho 79-65 stalling the inevitable at least six days. Duncan Schramm finished with 20 points, but C of … Continue reading »

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