Andrew Haubner joined the KEZI 9 News team as Sports Director in April 2018.
Andrew spent the previous two years as Sports Director at KTWO-TV in Casper, Wyoming, covering everything from pro rodeo to high school football. He also had the unique chance to cover the University of Wyoming football team's rise from the basement of the Mountain West to a conference championship game. While in Wyoming, Andrew brought several special segments to KTWO, including interactive film sessions, weekly live interview segments, and hosted a high school football show each week. It was the first show in Wyoming dedicated to Friday night football across the state. Andrew was also the recipient of the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters award for Best Sports.
Prior to his time in Wyoming, Andrew attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he covered the Buffaloes for three years on television, radio, and in print. He also completed an internship with the NBC Sports Network while in college.
Oregon has always been a type of home for Andrew. His father, a UO graduate, was raised in the Seaside/Cannon Beach area. Andrew grew up just outside of New York City, and remembers seeing Joey Harrington posters in Times Square. He even has a Harrington bobblehead from those days.
Andrew enjoys skiing, hiking, and in the summer, you can find him out on the golf course in a sand trap, going for double bogey on his off days.
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After three years at USC and playing alongside her sister, Minyon Moore now has a new family with Oregon women's basketball.
In 2018, Noelle Mannen was only hoping that the opportunity to play college basketball would materialize somewhere. What she didn't count on was a mutual connection to Oregon State head coach Scott Rueck, that would lead to her finding a home with the Beavers.
The Ducks have never won in Gill Coliseum under Kelly Graves but are hoping to start a new streak on Sunday against the no. 7 Beavers.
Oregon State split last years' series with Oregon, but hopes for a sweep in 2020.
The Churchill senior guard learned to love the game of basketball through his father and older brothers, and turned to them for some much needed advice ahead of the 2020 season.
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Oregon State will host no. 3 Stanford on Sunday at 12:00 p.m.
The Huskies jumped out to a 10 point first half lead and didn't surrender it in Seattle.
The Ducks will prepare for one of the most difficult stretches of the conference season, starting with no. 3 Stanford on Thursday at Matthew Knight Arena.
After splitting games with the Arizona schools, the no. 8 Beavers will hope for a clean sweep at home this weekend.