Ashland, Oregon’s SOU Raiders vs. OIT Owls

After being jolted that night, the Owls (13-6 overall) steadied themselves with six wins in a row and currently sit at 9-4 in the Cascade Conference. Like the Raiders (14-5, 10-3), three of their losses have been accounted for by first-place Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) and second-place Eastern Oregon, which have begun separating themselves from the pack in the race for the CCC title.

The third-place Raiders enter the week a game up on both OIT and Bushnell, and keeping their hold on a top-three spot figures to be critical when it comes to at-large consideration for the NAIA National Tournament. They’re attempting to complete their second straight series sweep of the Owls. While concluding their five-game homestand on Friday and Saturday, they’ll also go for sweeps of Warner Pacific and Multnomah… read more


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Photo by Al Case, Ashland Daily Photo.


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