OSU Spring Game Activities Announced

CORVALLIS, Oregon – Players Make Plays; Players Win Games. That’s the mantra for first-year head football coach Gary Andersen and April 18 is your opportunity to find out who is making plays to help the Beavers win games this season. It’s a new attitude under Andersen and with his leadership a hard-hitting format debuts for … Continue reading »

Beaver Fans React to Gonzaga’s Win

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A historic season ends on a sour note for the Oregon State University women’s basketball team Sunday evening at Gill Coliseum. Gonzaga is going to the Sweet Sixteen after eliminating the Beavers 76-64. KEZI 9 News spoke with Beaver fans on Monday, and there is not a lot of talk of disappointment. … Continue reading »

Corvallis Golf Course Rents GolfBoards

CORVALLIS, Ore. — There is a new way to get around the golf course these days. Golfers are making the swing from the golf cart to a GolfBoard. And in Corvallis, Trysting Tree Golf Course is renting them out to golfers. GolfBoard, based out of Bend, Ore., says the board is a way to “surf … Continue reading »

OSU Football Team Hosts Youth Camp

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Hundreds of Beaver fans had the chance to meet their favorite football players Saturday afternoon during the team’s annual youth football mini camp. The Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis organizes the free camp for third-eighth graders. Participants were encouraged to make a $5 donation, which goes towards an athletic scholarship fund through the … Continue reading »

UO Edges OSU in Civil War Thriller

CORVALLIS, Oregon – An NCAA Tournament berth is seemingly assured for the UO men’s basketball team after the Ducks used clutch free-throwing shooting in the final 30 seconds to survive a Civil War slugfest, 65-62, before 9,339 raucous fans in Gill Coliseum. How It Happened: The Ducks (23-8, 13-5 Pac-12) took command after the sixth … Continue reading »

Ilaisa Tuiaki to Coach OSU Special Teams

CORVALLIS, Oregon -Oregon State head football coach Gary Andersen announced Monday that Ilaisa Tuiaki (pronounced ee-lye-sa too-ee-ah-kee) has added the duties of special teams coordinator to his role as inside linebackers coach for the Beavers. Tuiaki is in his first season at OSU after spending the last three years at the University of Utah. While … Continue reading »

Web Extra: OSU Wins First Pac-12 Title

Courtesy: OSU Athletics CORVALLIS – The No. 7 Oregon State women’s basketball team locked down the Pac-12 title outright Saturday afternoon, as the Beavers defeated No. 24 California 73-55 in front of 6,238 at Gill Coliseum. The championship is the Beavers’ first Pac-12 title and second overall conference title, joining the 1982-83 NorPac Championship squad. … Continue reading »

Young Boxer Wins New Championship

LOWELL, Ore. — A local woman competing in big league boxing tournaments has won another major competition. Akayla Devereaux won the 2015 Regional Golden Gloves Championship in Bend Saturday night. She’s currently a student at Lane Community College and lives at home in Lowell. She started her path in boxing a couple years ago as … Continue reading »

Hockey Returning to San Diego

(CNN) — Professional hockey is coming back to San Diego. The San Diego Gulls were unveiled at an ice-breaking ceremony Sunday. The Gulls will be the top minor league affiliate of the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks starting this fall. They are San Diego’s first pro hockey team in almost a decade.

Scorpion On OSU Basketball Team’s Flight

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  A bizarre surprise for passengers on board a weekend flight: a scorpion stings a woman on board, and members of the Oregon State University men’s basketball team saw it unfold a few rows away. The team was flying from Los Angeles to Portland after a tough loss against USC on Saturday. “It … Continue reading »

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