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MONMOUTH — Western Oregon University’s Court Hammond, a linebacker for the Wolves football team, has shed his college football jersey for a professional one.

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MONMOUTH — Western Oregon University Athletics is adjusting in the midst of a rapidly evolving COVID-19 public health crisis that has resulted in the suspension of collegiate sporting events across the country. Rather than cancel the 34th Wolves Athletic Auction, the department is moving to …

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Itemizer-ObserverMONMOUTH - Derek Holdsworth might be a new face on Western Oregon University’s track and field team, but he’s already establishing himself as someone to watch for.On Feb. 1, he secured a first-place finish in the 800-meters race at the University of Washington indoor track a…

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MONMOUTH — Coming off of a historic 2019 season, the Western Oregon University football team is set for another challenging schedule in 2020. The Wolves will play five home games and will open the season with a Division I opponent playing at the University of Idaho, and will later face Divis…

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PORTLAND — For the second time this indoor season, Derek Holdsworth has taken home Great Northwest Athletic Conference Track Athlete of the Week accolades after his record-breaking effort in the 800 helped him to the GNAC award on Monday.

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Itemizer-ObserverMONMOUTH — After taking the lead in the first half, the Western Oregon University Wolves men’s basketball team came out stumbling in the second half to give the 87-82 victory to the Northwest Nazarene Nighthawks.The Wolves opened with explosive start to the game, jumping out…

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WOU football player named to All-America honorable mention teamMONMOUTH — Senior offensive lineman Joseph Gonzales secured another postseason accolade, this time being named to the D2Football.com All-America honorable mention team.The 6-foot-6, 315-pound lineman from Springfield, Ore., recen…

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MONMOUTH — The Western Oregon University women’s basketball team has two goals for this season: Tally up more wins than losses, and make it to the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championships.

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MONMOUTH — Out of the four years Justin Crosswhite has been with the Western Oregon University Wolves cross-country team, this season sticks out to him the most.

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MONMOUTH — Grace Knapp is headed to the biggest cross-country meet of her life on Saturday.

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The Wolves football team made history on Saturday by clinching its share of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference championship title for the first time in program history after a 23-21 victory against Azusa Pacific.

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MONMOUTH — It’s been a few years since the Western Oregon University Wolves women’s soccer team has been ranked third overall in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference and first for shutouts.