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EOU drops double-header to SOU

EOU drops double-header to SOU

Raiders triumphant at Peggy Anderson Field By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief The visiting Southern Oregon University Raiders nearly put on a softball clinic in Saturday’s double-header on April 12 at Peggy Anderson Field. However, Mountaineer athletes showed once again that they have no quit in them. In the first…

Albertson’s War VII

Three for qualify for Nationals By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief The Mountaineer track and field team continued their successful season at the Albertson’s War VII, hosted by the Community College of Spokane. During the April 12 meet, two individual performances and one team relay performance exceeded the NAIA “A”…

Point forward

Coach Barrett looks back on season and into the future By Aimee Kidrick News & Features Editor When asked about how this year’s basketball season went, men’s basketball Head Coach Jared Barrett summed up his feelings in one sentence.“It was definitely an up and down season for us,”…

A dozen reason to love EOU sports

All-American track stars By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief On March 6, the best track and field stars in the…

Number 8 Yotes too much for Mountaineer men

By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief At times during the first half of the College of Idaho/EOU game in Caldwell,…

Winter weather blues-EOU women lose in Caldwell

By Rory Noble Editor-in-chief The lady Mountaineers put forth a valiant effort against conference rival College of Idaho…

EOU bids three farewell

By Samantha O’Conner Arts & Entertainment Editor On Saturday Nov. 9, EOU’s women’s volleyball team dominated in their…

David defeats Goliath…again

By Rory Noble Editor-in-Chief First, nationally ranked Carroll College fell to the Mountaineers on Sept. 28. Then, one…

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