The Oakland Post

Soccer team honored

By Melissa Deatsch

January 27, 2015

The Horizon League champion men’s soccer team took the spotlight at Thursday’s men’s basketball half time show. The team was honored at center court for its historic season. As the men took the court, Oakland’s announce...

Golden Grizzlies fall to Spartans in second round of NCAA tournament

By Scott Davis

November 23, 2014

The Golden Grizzlies’ men’s soccer season came to an end in East Lansing today as they fell to the Michigan State Spartans in the second round of the NCAA tournament.In front of a mostly Spartan but also loyal Golden Grizzly c...

NCAA landscape continues to change with autonomy ruling

By Scott Davis

August 25, 2014

The landscape of college athletics could drastically change after the NCAA board voted on autonomy earlier this month.On Aug. 8, the NCAA Division I Board of Directors voted 16-2 in favor of a new governance model in collegia...

NCAA in limbo over potential athlete unionization

By Joseph Bach

April 26, 2014

March 26, 2014 may be looked back upon as a metaphorical abolition of the amateur status within the collegiate ranks of athletics, thanks to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) of Chicago, Ill.Regional Director Peter Ohr...

New Golden Grizzly ready to make an impact

Dave Cesefske

September 28, 2013

One year ago, basketball player Ralph Hill decided to transfer from University of Dayton and head north to become a part of Oakland University’s basketball team. NCAA rules state transfers must sit out one full season before they can ...

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