Seven players from the Oregon Tech softball team have been recognized by the Cascade Collegiate Conference for their contributions on the field, leading the Lady Owls to a 38-8 record and a third-place finish in the CCC regular season standings with a 21-6 record.
Oregon Tech (23-23, 18-14) claimed a 2nd place finish in the Cascade Collegiate Conference regular season Sunday on a David Palmer pinch-hit walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth. Needing a sweep to claim the 2-seed, Tech won 5-1 and 12-11 after Corban (21-27, 16-16) nearly pulled off a…
From beginning to end, much like the first night, the second round of the NFL draft was all about the SEC.
The first round of the 2021 NFL draft concluded Thursday night as the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Washington pass rusher Joe Tryon.
CALDWELL, Idaho — No. 23 Oregon Tech had four of the top six finishers as the Owls claimed the 2021 Cascade Conference Women’s Golf Championship Title at TimberStone Golf Course Tuesday afternoon.
The Cascade Collegiate Conference office announced on Wednesday, April 21 that a school record 58 members of the Oregon Tech spring-sports of men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s track & field, softball and baseball have earned U.S. Bank Academic All-CCC honors for their performance…
An NCAA rule change will allow football players to transfer once as undergraduates without sitting out a season. The change goes into effect for the 2021 season. It was not unexpected, but now that it is official a bevy of players are assured of being on the field this fall. Some of the most…
Whether it is the start of free agency in college sports or simply the fair thing to finally do for the athletes, the NCAA is about to make a monumental change to its transfer rules.
Oregon Tech’s Nicole Reyes, a junior from Fairfield, California, was voted to the 2020 Cascade Collegiate Conference volleyball All-Conference team.
Oregon Tech (14-20, 9-11 CCC) was swept in the weekend series by seventh-ranked Lewis-Clark State (26-2, 19-1 CCC).
Faith Widman of Oregon Tech has been named the NAIA National Runner of the Week the national office announced Wednesday. Widman was selected based on her performances and was chosen out of a pool of conference and Association of Independent Institution winners.
A move up in the NAIA Coaches Poll landed Oregon Tech’s men’s cross country team one of 13 at-large berths for the national championships.
Faith Widman took 1st place leading the Owls to a 3rd overall finish Friday at the 2020 Cascade Conference Cross Country Championships, presented by U.S. Bank.