The Oakland Post

Women’s soccer wins 2-1 in thrilling shootout

By Jimmy Halmhuber

November 4, 2014

Oakland women’s soccer (7-10-2) played Cleveland State (8-9-3) in a Horizon League quarterfinal Monday night. Oakland beat 2-1 Cleveland State in a penalty shoot-out after the 10th round.Oakland last played Cleveland State in ...

Women’s swimming & diving team wins dual meet

By Jimmy Halmhuber

November 2, 2014

It was a great night to be inside the OU Aquatic Center on a cold Halloween night as the Oakland (5-1) women's team swam against Ohio (2-1) and Youngstown State (3-2) in a dual meet and won both: 202-94 versus Youngstown State an...

Petros ready to shoulder the load

By Jackson Gilbert

October 27, 2014

With the 2014 college basketball season quickly approaching, Corey Petros has been hard at work this offseason readying himself for his final round. The senior, as well as new captain for this season, said he’s ready for th...

Men’s soccer remains humble, focused during winning streak

By Matt Saulino

October 20, 2014

The Oakland men’s soccer team started the season in rough fashion, going 0-5-0. Since that time, the team is 6-0-1, with wins over Ohio State and Horizon League Rival University of Detroit Mercy.Head coach Eric Pogue, forward...

Golden Grizzly freshman goalkeeper thriving for men’s soccer

By Scott Davis

October 20, 2014

Oakland men's soccer team has had much success as of late, and part of the credit belongs to their freshman goalkeeper, Wes Mink.Mink is a six-foot-six goalie from West Chester, Ohio. He earned multiple accolades in high school, i...

Max Hooper set to help replace Travis Bader’s outside shooting

By Scott Davis

October 14, 2014

As the Oakland University men's basketball team prepares for their first season without Travis Bader, they look to get shooting help from newly-acquired Max Hooper.Hooper is a redshirt junior transfer from St. John’s Universi...

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