College sports


WOU ROUNDUP: Baseball takes three of four from Montana State Billings

BILLINGS, Mont. — Western Oregon’s baseball team won three of four games against Montana State Billings. WOU won 14-7 and 8-7 on Friday before splitting the final two games, losing 18-2 and winning 8-3 on Saturday.

WOU ROUNDUP: Whitaker, Holmberg leads track and field at home meet

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon’s men’s track and field team placed second at the John Knight Twilight meet on Friday. The women placed fourth.

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Avgi chases football dream

MONMOUTH — There have been few names that have stood as tall in Western Oregon University athletics as Andy Avgi.

WOU Roundup:Baseball splits doubleheader with Saint Martin’s

Western Oregon split a doubleheader with Saint Martin’s on Saturday.

WOU ROUNDUP: Softball wins shootout over Yellowjackets

BILLINGS, Mont. — For three of Western Oregon’s softball team’s four games against Montana State Billings, the Wolves’ offense struggled. WOU lost to the Yellowjackets 7-3 and 10-2 on Saturday and dropped the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday 5-3.

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Wakem, Wolves off to fast start

MONMOUTH — Justin Wakem was ready for his moment.

Wolves win a national title

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. —They say that every second counts.

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MONMOUTH — Pitcher Sammi Cadwallader is in the midst of her final season with WOU’s softball team — but she’s not the first in her family to take the field as a Wolf. Her mother Kathy played softball on Western Oregon’s JV team in 1988-89.

WOU ROUNDUP: Wolves season ends in conference title game

LACEY, Wash. — Western Oregon’s men’s basketball team’s run for a second-straight Great Northwest Athletic Conference tournament championship fell just short after a 71-69 loss to top-seeded Western Washington in the championship game on Saturday. Demetrius Trammel scored a career-high 33 points to lead the Wolves.

WOU ROUNDUP: Men’s basketball looks to defend title

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon’s men’s basketball team ended the regular season with a 72-56 win over Montana State Billings on Saturday. Tanner Omlid scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Ali Faruq-Bey and Demetrius Trammel each added 11 points, and Evan Garrison had 10 points.

WOU ROUNDUP: Men’s basketball earns home victories

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon’s men’s basketball team defeated Alaska Fairbanks 68-61 on Thursday and Alaska Anchorage 89-71 on Saturday.

WOU ROUNDUP: Track and field sets new school mark

SEATTLE — Western Oregon’s track and field team set a new school record at the Husky Invite on Friday and Saturday. The women’s distance medley relay team of Suzanne Van De Grift, Megan Rose, Olivia Woods and Kennedy Rufener broke its own school mark by 15 seconds with a time of 11 minutes, 50.03 seconds.

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WOU ROUNDUP: Omlid gets triple-double

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon junior Tanner Omlid recorded a triple-double on Saturday, leading WOU’s men’s basketball team to an 84-70 win over Seattle Pacific. Omlid recorded 18 points, 15 rebounds and 11 steals — a school record. It was the Wolves’ first triple-double since 2003.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Taking it one goal at a time

MONMOUTH — Before each women’s basketball game, Western Oregon sophomore Ali Nelke takes a Sharpie to her wrist and writes a goal.

WESTERN OREGON ROUNDUP: Track and field squad sets five school marks at meet

SEATTLE — Western Oregon’s track and field team set five school records at the University of Washington Invitational on Saturday.



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