MONMOUTH — Stacy Metro is a builder.
Wes Pifer was attracted to the head coaching position for the mens basketball team at Western Oregon University because of its winning tradition.
MONMOUTH — Despite being pelted with intermittent rain showers throughout the day, the Western Oregon University track and field team picked up six individual titles while hosting the John Knight Twilight on Friday.
MONMOUTH — Darian Wilson had an impressive start to her collegiate athletic career on the Western Oregon University track and field team last year, when she competed in the NCAA Division II National Championship for javelin, came in seventh, and picked up an All-American accolade along the way.
MONMOUTH — The Western Oregon soccer team announced the signing of two junior college transfers on Thursday, adding Danielle VanOrd and Jessie Scott to the 2019 roster. The signings serve as the first recruits to join the Wolves under the leadership of head coach Kacey Bingham.
MONMOUTH — Western Oregon head volleyball coach Stacy Metro announced the addition of Traci Stephenson to her staff on Monday. Stephenson will join the Wolves as an assistant coach for the 2019 season, the first under Metro’s leadership.
MONMOUTH – The Western Oregon University baseball team earned a doubleheader victory at their home field on Saturday against the Concordia Cavaliers, clinching a 7-2 victory for their first game and posting their first shutout of the season to close out the evening 11-0.
SAN DIEGO — The Western Oregon men’s basketball season came to an end on Friday night when they fell to the Point Loma Sea Lions, 70-58 at Golden Gymnasium in the first round of the NCAA Division II Men’s Basketball West Regional Championships.
PITTSBURG—Engaged in a multi-team battle to dethrone the two-time national champs, the Western Oregon University men’s distance medley relay team placed ninth overall while competing at the NCAA DII Indoor Track & Field Championships on Friday.
PITTSBURG—Closing out her indoor career at the NCAA DII National Championships, Western Oregon University senior Olivia Woods placed fifth overall in the 800-meter run to earn her sixth career All-American honor.
MONMOUTH — The men’s distance medley relay team from Western Oregon University’s indoor track and field team is going to nationals this year for another shot at repeating All-American performances.
MONMOUTH — Olivia Woods will be the lone Wolf on Western Oregon University’s women’s indoor track and field team to be heading to the NCAA DII Indoor Track and Field Championships in Pittsburg, Kansas, on March 8-9, where she will compete in the 800-meters race.
PORTLAND — The Great Northwest Athletic Conference and the Lone Star Conference announced a non-conference scheduling alliance covering the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
PORTLAND—Closing out his indoor season with a runner-up result in Seattle, Western Oregon’s Max Carmona was named the GNAC Indoor Track & Field Runner of the Week, the league announced on Monday.
Grabbing 41 votes, the Western Oregon University softball team was picked to repeat its finish in the conference standings by taking third in the GNAC Coaches’ Preseason Poll, the league announced on Thursday.
With Western Oregon University head baseball coach Kellen Walker back in action from taking time off last season, the Wolves baseball team is gearing up for another successful spring.
Western Oregon University’s softball team will be hit hard from the get-go with three big series, but head coach Lonny Sargent said he’s feeling good about where the team is at as it edges closer to the start of the season, Feb. 1.
Western Oregon University women’s basketball Head Coach Holli Howard-Carpenter announced today the signing of high school standout Ahdra Klingler to a National Letter of Intent to attend WOU and play basketball starting in the fall of 2019.
Playing on their home court for the first time all season, the Western Oregon University women’s basketball team made sure their home debut was a solid performance by taking a 79-62 win over Northwest Christian Beacons.
With a slow start to open up Great Northwest Athletic Conference play against Simon Frasier, the Western Oregon University Wolves eventually found the basket to secure a 72-58 victory on their home court Thursday night.
Western Oregon University men’s basketball team may have graduated one of the team’s key players, Tanner Omlid, as well as all but two seniors, but this season’s Wolves are making sure they keep to what they believe are the two main ingredients to be a successful team: culture and hard work.
Western Oregon University head women’s basketball coach Holli Howard-Carpenter announced on Wednesday Nevada Union’s Meadow Aragon as the team’s first signing for the program’s 2019 recruiting class.
If Western Oregon University’s men’s basketball team was supposed to be over matched against No. 14 Oregon Ducks in Thursday’s exhibition game at Matthew Knight Arena, the guys on the WOU roster didn’t get the message.
Spend five minutes with Dr. Emily Vala-Haynes, an assistant professor of community health education at Western Oregon University, as well as a volunteer assistant cross-country and track and field coach, and it’s obvious why she was chosen to receive the 2017-18 Faculty Mentor Award, presented by the Great Northwest Athletic Conference’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
The Wolves (5-12 overall, 2-8 GNAC) were no match for Western Washington University (15-3 overall, 10-0 GNAC) on Saturday night as they lost in a 3-0 sweep on their home court at Western Oregon University.
The Wolves lost their GNAC home opener on Saturday against Central Washington 50-17, with the Wildcats outscoring the Wolves in each quarter and starting the first off with a 12-3 lead.
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