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Alexander, Mayernik to Lead Men’s Basketball Program

Eddie Alexander, who had been an assistant coach with the Beacons for the past two seasons, has been asked to stay on as the Interim Head Coach for the 2018-19 season.

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Ducks Earn First Pac-12 Series Sweep Over Utah

If there was any hope of Oregon sneaking into the NCAA tournament at the last minute, a weekend sweep over a beleaguered Utah team was a must. The Ducks rose up to the challenge with three straight wins over the Utes. Now they have to keep on winning and not look back. Oregon (25-24, 11-13) […]

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A Dynasty Continues to Reign as an Era Comes to a Close

The Oregon men’s track & field team clinched the Pac-12 Conference championship Sunday afternoon at Stanford, extending their legacy as the premier program for a 12th straight year. The Ducks out-pointed Stanford 174-125 and grabbed four individual titles in extending their historic run of conference championships. The Women of Oregon saw their nine year streak […]

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Beavers Complete Season Sweep With 10-0 Win at PK Park

The Oregon State Beavers swept the season series against arch-rival Oregon for the second straight season after a 10-0 non-conference shellacking of the Ducks Tuesday evening at PK Park. It is the first time OSU has swept the series back-to-back since the 1922 and 1923 seasons. What had been a scoreless pitchers’ duel through four […]

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First Team 6A All-State Selection Signs with Titans.

Megan Fossen, 5’10” forward from North Medford High School, Medford, Oregon has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Lane CC next year. Megan was selected as the Player of the Year in the Southwest Conference and was a first team 6A All-Stat…

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Weekend of Surprises at CCC Championship

NCU was expected to pick up an individual event title at the CCC Championships this weekend, with the NAIA’s national leader in the Javelin competing. A second title was also added, bolstering a weekend of breakout performances by multiple Beacons.

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Record Number of Men Take All-CCC Honors

Last season the NCU men’s track & field team brought home a record six All-Cascade Collegiate Conference medals from the CCC championships. This weekend they did it again.

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Meadors Named to Women’s Basketball Post

Chad Meadors has been named as the fourth head coach of the Northwest Christian University women’s basketball team. Meadors replaces Heath Alexander who departed in April to join the staff at the University of Cincinnati.

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