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OU men’s basketball falls again

Matthew Saulino

November 14, 2013

Oakland University men’s basketball (0-2) dropped their second straight contest Tuesday, Nov. 12 to the UCLA Bruins (2-0) 91-60 in Los Angeles at the Pauley Pavilion. The Grizzlies’ game wasn’t as close as they hoped it...

Men’s basketball opens with loss to UNC

By Matthew Saulino

November 12, 2013

The Oakland University men’s basketball team (0-1) lost their season opener to No. 12 North Carolina Tar Heels (1-0) 84-61 in Chapel Hill, N.C Friday night Nov. 8.It was the Tar Heels who got off to a hot start, outscoring Oakla...

Women’s basketball wins 60-46 as regular season opener looms

David Cesefske

October 28, 2013

With the season opener set to kick off on Nov. 9 at Indiana, the Oakland University women’s basketball team came away with a 60-46 win against Windsor on Sunday. Led by three players in double figures Kim Bee (14 points), Ol...

ACLU to OU: Lift gag order on student-athletes

Victoria Craw

October 15, 2013

Oakland University has yet to respond to a letter from the Michigan chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) that indicates OU’s policy of preventing current players from speaking to the media about Beckie Francis m...

New Golden Grizzly ready to make an impact

Dave Cesefske

September 28, 2013

One year ago, basketball player Ralph Hill decided to transfer from University of Dayton and head north to become a part of Oakland University’s basketball team. NCAA rules state transfers must sit out one full season before they can ...

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