The Oakland Post

Quietly making noise

By Web Master

January 22, 2008

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By Samantha FranzSports EditorThere is an expression in theatre that states, "There are no small roles, only small actors."This year, men's basketball senior Patrick McCloskey's hoops career will be coming to an end, but the hard-wor...

OU rides fast track in Ontario Invitational

By Web Master

January 22, 2008

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The men's track team wom five events at the Don Wright Invitational in London, Ontario to finish second. School records were broken by Joe Goike in the 600-meter, Jason Bigelow in the 1500-meter, Jack Coleman in the 300-meter...

Waterstradt ties career high in 77-69 OU loss

By Web Master

January 22, 2008

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By Samantha FranzSports EditorFORT WAYNE, Ind. â€" Saturday's conference matchup between Oakland University and IPFW had "win" written all over it for the Golden Grizzlies. With a student bus of several hundred Oakland Universit...

Feeling the heat

By Web Master

January 22, 2008

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By Brittany OchtinskySenior ReporterOakland University's hockey team left the frigid Michigan weather behind last weekend when the Golden Grizzlies hopped on a plane and headed to Tucson, Ariz. Their reception, however, was less than...

The future is bright

By Web Master

January 17, 2008

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By ROB TATEAssistant Sports EditorROMEO â€" Hall of Fame football coach Vince Lombardi once said ,"Winning is not everything, it's the only thing."The correlation beteween the Oakland University men's basketball team's recent su...

Shot out of the sky

By Web Master

January 15, 2008

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By SAMANTHA FRANZSports EditorROCHESTER â€" After falling to Oral Roberts University in the conference championship game last March, Oakland University was looking for redemption Saturday when the Golden Eagles (10-5 overall, 5-0 ...

OU beats ORU in revenge game

By Web Master

January 15, 2008

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By BRITTANY OCHTINSKYSenior ReporterROCHESTER â€" After getting knocked off by Oral Roberts in the Mid-Continent Conference Finals last season, Oakland University's women's basketball team finally got a chance at revenge last Satu...

Parrish, Worrell lead OU hockey to win

By Web Master

January 15, 2008

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By Brittany OchtinskySenior ReporterROCHESTER â€" This late in the season, there is very little room for error and Oakland University's club hockey team is struggling to keep those errors to a minimum.Three ranking periods stand b...

No mercy for visiting Ladies

By Web Master

January 15, 2008

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By TIM RATHContributing ReporterROCHESTER â€" Some would call the Oakland University women's basketball team unconventional because of their motion offense.Coach Beckie Francis would disagree."We definitely have a weird practice,"...

Club hockey starts the new year against archrival

By Web Master

January 8, 2008

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By Brittany OchtinskySenior ReporterGRAND RAPIDS/ROCHESTER â€" After six straight unsuccessful attempts the past two seasons, Oakland hockey head coach Sean Hogan has finally found the key to beating Davenport University.It was n...

Roasted Duck, anyone?

By Web Master

January 8, 2008

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Grizzlies knock off nationally ranked Oregon in historic win over breakBy Samantha FranzSports EditorAUBURN HILLS, Mich. â€" Oakland University's men's basketball team earned what head coach Greg Kampe called the program's mo...

More Golden Grizzly action over break

By Web Master

January 8, 2008

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By Samantha Franz, Rob Tate andBrittany OchtinskyThe Oakland Post sports staffWeek of Dec. 6-13 Men's basketballDec. 6 vs. UMKCOakland University scoring records were broken left and right as the Golden Grizzlies defeated the ...

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