Oregon Tech Women 7th Men 24th in NAIA Top 25 Coaches Poll

Oregon Tech Women 7th Men 24th in NAIA Top 25 Coaches Poll

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Following a season that saw the Oregon Tech women claim their first National Championship in program history, the Lady Owls have been voted to finish in 7th place, and the OIT men received A twenty-fourth ranking in the NAIA Top 25 Coaches Poll.

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Lady Owls and No. 10 Embry-Riddle Play to a Draw

Lady Owls and No. 10 Embry-Riddle Play to a Draw

Prescott, Ariz. — In arguably the toughest season opener in Oregon Tech women's soccer history, the Hustlin' Owls made a statement about its year Saturday night when they tied 10th-rated Embry-Riddle in the first of a two-match series in Arizona. OIT meets Ottawa at 7 p.m. Monday in Surprise, Ariz.

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Lady Owls Settle for Saturday Split

Lady Owls Settle for Saturday Split

ASHLAND, Ore. — After outlasting William Jessup University in five sets Friday, Oregon Tech had its poorest hitting effort of the season and dropped its first volleyball match of the season when it fell to 20th-rated Jamestown of North Dakota in the Raider Invitational tournament.

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Porter named Hustlin' Owls Head Men's and Women's Soccer Coach

Porter named Hustlin' Owls Head Men's and Women's Soccer Coach

Oregon Tech director of athletics John Van Dyke announced today that Brandon Porter, the Hustlin' Owls head women's soccer coach since 2015, has accepted the position of head men's and women's soccer coach at the university effective immediately.

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All Hustlin’ Owl Sports Represented as NAIA Announces Scholar Teams

All Hustlin’ Owl Sports Represented as NAIA Announces Scholar Teams

KANSAS CITY, MO - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics recently announced the Scholar-Teams for the 2018-19 academic year. Once again, the Oregon Tech athletic department was a prominent feature, as for the third consecutive year all Hustlin’ Owl teams were honored with this distinction.

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Fink Named Small College Athlete of the Year at Oregon Sports Awards

Fink Named Small College Athlete of the Year at Oregon Sports Awards

After leading the Hustlin' Owls men's basketball team to the national championship game for the first time since 2012, Oregon Tech junior Mitchell Fink was named the Oregon Sports Awards Ad Rutschman Small College Athlete of the Year on Wednesday.

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Tech’s Ali Graham Named NAIA All-American

Tech’s Ali Graham Named NAIA All-American

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the 2019 Softball All-America teams, selected by the NAIA All-America committee. Oregon Tech Senior Ali Graham garnered First Team All-American recognition, announced today by the national office.

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Volleyball Completes 2019 Recruiting Class with Two Top Level Outside Hitters

Volleyball Completes 2019 Recruiting Class with Two Top Level Outside Hitters

Oregon Tech Head Volleyball Coach Andrew Clifton announced today the signing of Macy Jensen of West Richland, Washington and Kaylin Talonen of Reno, Nevada to Letters of Intent for the 2019 Lady Owls' roster.

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Oregon Tech to offer a Multitude of Summer Camps

Oregon Tech to offer a Multitude of Summer Camps

Klamath Falls, Ore. - Oregon Tech will be offering Summer Youth Camps for basketball, volleyball, soccer and softball to the community and surrounding areas. These camps will provide children from the ages 5 through 18 with the opportunity to participate in various activities that will teach them teamwork and Improve their skills from Oregon Tech coaches and players.

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Lady Owls Season Ends in Extra Innings at Softball World Series

Lady Owls Season Ends in Extra Innings at Softball World Series

SPRINGFIELD, MO. – Tori Robinson of Georgia Gwinnett (44-15) laced a two-out, bases loaded seeing eye triple that just landed inside the right field foul line in the top of the eighth inning breaking up a 1-1 tie and sending the Grizzlies to a 5-1 win. The victory extends Georgia Gwinnett's season for at least one more game, while ending the Oregon Tech season at 44-17 Saturday night in the NAIA Softball World Series at Killian Softball Stadium.

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