Campbell brings 17 years of experience to WOU
MONMOUTH — Curtis Campbell didn’t know much about Oregon.
MONMOUTH — It was a situation former Western Oregon and current Los Angeles Chargers receiver Tyrell Williams had been in numerous times growing up: Standing in line, waiting for a chance to meet an NFL player.
CORVALLIS — Oregon State University’s baseball team was in the midst of a historic season.
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon junior cross-country and track runner David Ribich had a stellar 2016-17 school year.
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon junior pitcher Brady Miller was selected by the Chicago Cubs during the 23rd round of the MLB Draft on June 14.
MONMOUTH — Tyrell Williams can remember that awe-inspiring feeling he had when he was younger.
Junior places first in the men’s 1,500-meter run
BRADENTON, Fla. — There was no dive to the finish this time, but Western Oregon junior David Ribich showed he has a flair for the dramatic.
LOS ANGELES — The first thing former Western Oregon receiver Tyrell Williams did after the 2016-17 NFL season was head to Hawaii. The trip was well-earned.
After disposing of Montana State Billings 4-2 on May 10, Western Oregon’s baseball team found itself in a pickle at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships.
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon’s baseball team clinched the Great Northwest Athletic Conference’s regular season title after splitting four games with Northwest Nazarene. WOU split the opening doubleheader, falling 5-2 before winning 11-3 on Thursday. The Wolves won 20-2 before losing 6-3 on Friday.
Baseball, softball programs deal with life on the road
MONMOUTH — The last time Western Oregon’s softball team played in Monmouth was April 20 — 2016.
CORVALLIS — Needing two victories to clinch a spot in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference softball championship, Western Oregon won three of four games last weekend.
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon will host the NCAA Division II West Regional in cross-country in 2019 and 2021.
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.
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon’s men’s track and field team placed second at the John Knight Twilight meet on Friday. The women placed fourth.