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The Sporting Blitz: Sept. 28, 2016

September 28, 2016

  VOLLEYBALL (10-6, 2-0) Volleyball began its conference season undefeated against Cleveland State and Youngstown State. W 3-2 at Cleveland State After a close 25-23 win in the first set, Oakland dropped off he map with a 25...

The Sporting Blitz

Sam Schlenner, Sport Editor

September 22, 2016

VOLLEYBALL (8-6, 0-0) First regular season tournament title (Bucknell Invite) since 2014. Melissa Deatsch got 1,000 career kills. W 3-0 at Buffalo, Sept. 16: Darien Bandel led with 11 kills, Deatsch got six service aces, Dea...

Women’s golf off to NCAA Regionals

Sam Schlenner

April 26, 2016

During the Monday dinner rush at Red Ox Tavern, Oakland’s head women’s golf coach Alyssa Gaudio and David Roosen, a ticket office assistant for the Oakland golf courses, stood. It was probably for lack of seats. The women’s...

A night of legacy and courage: the second annual Black and Gold Awards

Nowshin Chowdhury

April 20, 2016

Gathering outside the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Oakland student-athletes were dressed in formal attire and surrounded by familiar faces for the second annual Black and Gold Awards. Oakland University Athletics hosted the awards combined with the Lepley Hall of Honor induction on Monday, April 18 for a night filled with laugh...

The Blitz for April 19, 2016

Compiled from by Sam Schlenner

April 19, 2016

Softball (9-21, 4-4)W 6-5 at Eastern Michigan: Sarah Hartley went 2-for-3 and got 2 RBIs and one run. Laura Pond pitched 1 ⅓ to get her first career save. Haley Zemmer pitched 5 ⅔ without allowing an earned run. She got the wi...

Student athletes promote literacy

Reported by Katlynn Emaus, written by Sam Schlenner

April 9, 2016

Oakland University student-athletes put the reading in March. Over 100 Golden Grizzlies read to elementary students throughout March is Reading Month, according to senior softball infielder Sarah Hartley.“Athletics gets tons of new ...

Young blood amps up women’s golf

Ally Racey

March 22, 2016

Alyssa Gaudio is the first head women’s golf coach Oakland has ever had. She has been doing the job for a little more than a year.“Oakland is a very attractive school to coach at,” Gaudio said.She said the school has a str...

After second-place season, women’s golf renews championship chase

Ally Racey

February 14, 2016

The Oakland women’s golf team began its spring season Feb. 8-9 with a trip to the quarter finals at the Women’s Mid American Match Play Challenge in Florida at the Lakewood Ranch Golf Country Club.The team won its first match...

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