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Oakland 1 NKU 2: Women’s soccer drops one in Kentucky

Christian Miller, Intern Reporter

September 30, 2016

Oakland women’s soccer (4-7-1, 1-2-0) took a  2-1 loss on Wednesday, Sept. 28, when they faced Northern Kentucky University on the road. After a spout of inclement weather that resulted in a brief delay, the teams took the ...

Women’s soccer splits pair of games

Christian Miller and Sam Schlenner

September 20, 2016

Oakland women’s soccer (4-5-1, 1-0-0) split a pair of games this Friday and Sunday, clinching a 3-0 win at Horizon League opponent YSU State (2-5-1, 0-1-0) on Friday and losing 1-0 at Central Michigan (8-0-0, 0-0-0) on Sunday. W...

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...

Women’s soccer ties with Michigan State: Golden Grizzlies conclude spring at Ultimate Soccer Arenas

Ally Racey

April 10, 2016

All stats are as of 87:34 game time, as kept by the stadium announcer.Sophomore midfielder Jenny Rosonke sparked Oakland women’s soccer on an assist from senior Joan Sieja with three minutes left to tie Michigan State 1-1 at...

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 ...

Two is better than one: Horne twins ready for senior year

By Katlynn Emaus

September 5, 2015

They pull your hair, take your allowance and make you do the dishes — yes, we are talking about siblings.As much as siblings disagree and fight, in the end they will always be there for each other. However, the Horne sisters, twi...

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