The Oakland Post

Basketball kicks off with breakfast

Sam Schlenner, Sports Editor

November 1, 2016

A three-year, six-figure deal with Campus Den to be the official merchandise provider of Golden Grizzly Athletics was one of the topics applauded at the annual men's and women's basketball Tip-Off Breakfast in the O’rena the m...

Kampe’s team camp brings prep talent, possible recruits, to campus

Sam Schlenner, sports editor

July 9, 2016

Walk around Oakland University in late June. There are actually spots in P1.Basketball season, too, is quiet. It seems just about the last thing to think about as the thermometer grasps for 90. But something's cooking.After th...

Farewell, Felder: Point guard signs with agents, leaves Oakland basketball, shoots for NBA

Sam Schlenner

April 12, 2016

He’s wanted this since he was three years old.“That’s when I picked it up and never put it down.”Kay Felder, Oakland men's basketball team’s former point guard, has signed with agents Michael Silverman and Brandon ...

Designs for new residence hall approved at BOT meeting

Grace Turner, life editor

April 11, 2016

Designs for OU’s new residence hall were approved at Monday’s board of trustees (BOT) meeting, according to OU’s Communications and Marketing.Construction will begin for “Oakland University Housing No. 9,” (the tempor...

Remembering the Golden Grizzlies’ rise: After tournament defeat, don’t forget how Team 49 got there

Sam Schlenner

March 8, 2016

In the postgame press conference the night of Jan. 19, Oakland head coach Greg Kampe kept his usual contrasting calm. Whatever heat he makes during the game — sometimes so much you wonder what virulent evil he is fighting in the...

Renewing the faith with a six-game win streak

Kristen Davis

February 7, 2016

Things just looked bad.After Oakland lost to Northern Kentucky at home on Jan. 19, it looked like the preseason hype was just talk — like this team was not what head coach Greg Kampe made it out to be before the season started.The ...

Men’s basketball opens league play with 86-68 victory over Cleveland State

Kristen Davis

January 2, 2016

On Saturday afternoon when the Oakland University men’s basketball team began league play in the O’rena against Cleveland State, Kay Felder threw down an electrifying dunk with about eight minutes to play in the second hal...

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