The Oakland Post

OU pushing for postseason

By Web Master

May 13, 2008

Filed under Sports

 By ANDREW GRIEVEContributing ReporterThe Oakland University baseball team can cancel any theme park-road trip plans they may have had.The Grizzlies have been riding a roller coaster since the season started.However, unlike a t...

Soccer looks to build upon past victories

By Web Master

May 13, 2008

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By ANDREW GRIEVEContributing ReporterThe Oakland University women's soccer team's 2008 season will begin Aug. 22, when they face Michigan State. Judging from their recent history, they'll have a lot to live up to.Taking a look ...

Unfinished Grizz-ness

By Web Master

May 12, 2008

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By TIM RATHSports EditorIt's only 10 a.m., but Oakland University softball coach Glenn MacDonald is looking forward to a new day.As he sat down on a cloudy Friday morning to discuss the 2008 season, MacDonald could not hide his ...

Active tips for creative folks

By Web Master

May 12, 2008

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By TIM RATHSports EditorSummer sports in Michigan could be thought of as more repetitive than reruns on television.For those with a taste for the outdoors, Michigan is well known as a summertime hunting, fishing and boating hot-s...

Late nights at the DIA

By Web Master

April 14, 2008

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By ANDREA MATTHEWSContributing ReporterIf you have any preconceived notions about the Detroit Institute of Art having nothing to offer a younger crowd, you may want to think again.The Marble Lounge is the DIA's newest program ge...

Expecting the worst as Tigers head to Boston

By Web Master

April 8, 2008

Filed under News, Sports

By JARED PURCELLYou EditorLooking back at the hype surrounding the Detroit Tigers prior to the 2008 season, it's safe to say that excitement has been replaced with panic.As the Tigers prepare to head to Boston, many are expecti...

Baseball finally breaking through

By Web Master

April 8, 2008

Filed under Sports

By BRITTANY OCHTINSKYSenior ReporterAfter a slow start to the season — the Golden Grizzlies had just two wins in the first 14 games of the season – Oakland University's baseball team made up some much-needed ground as Summit...

Off to a terrible start

By Web Master

April 8, 2008

Filed under Sports

_________________Column                    By JARED PURCELLYou EditorLooking back at the hype surrounding the Detroit Tigers prior to the 2008 season, it's safe to say that excitement has been replaced with panic.As the Tig...

Expecting the worst as Tigers prepare for Boston

By Web Master

April 8, 2008

Filed under Sports

By JARED PURCELLYou EditorLooking back at the hype surrounding the Detroit Tigers prior to the 2008 season, it's safe to say that excitement has been replaced with panic.As the Tigers prepare to head to Boston, many are expecti...

Basking in national honors

By Web Master

March 31, 2008

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By Brittany OchtinskySenior ReporterOakland University swimmer Marcin Unold already appears to be unstoppable.After helping the Golden Grizzlies capture a ninth-straight Summit League title in February, where he was named the Summi...

Club lacrosse team off to solid start

By Web Master

March 31, 2008

Filed under Sports

By Brittany OchtinskySenior ReporterOakland University captured the Women's Collegiate Lacrosse League's Division B championship and made it to the semifinal in the league championship, the Golden Grizzlies hope to continue improve...

Tri-captains look to continue off last season’s success

By Web Master

March 31, 2008

Filed under Sports

By John DrokeStaff InternThe Oakland University men's lacrosse team may not be the most well known team on campus, but they definitely are one of the most successful.  These Grizzlies won national titles from 2002 to 2004,...

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