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Repeat? NCAA in 2006
Oakland University is hosting the 2006 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Get tickets!
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Marshall makes the NBA
Former Oakland basketball star Rawle Marshall performance against the Detroit Pistons helped him secure a spot on the Dallas Mavericks 2005-06 roster, making him the first OU player to be signed by the NBA.
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Francis named head coach
Beckie Francis has returned to the Golden Grizzlies as head coach for the women’s basketball team. She held the position from 1997 through the 2001-02 season, leading the Grizzlies to a Mid-Continent championship in 2002 that marked the team’s first bid to the NCAA Tournament.
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Baseball team adds Putnam as head coach
Dylan Putnam has joined OU Athletics as the Golden Grizzlies baseball team’s head coach. Prior to arriving at OU, Putnam spent three years as the Michigan State University team’s pitching coach, recruiting coordinator and academic liaison. He also worked as a mentor for the Student-Athlete Support Services and work crew supervisor for the MSU athletic grounds maintenance staff.
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OU student ranks second in the world in racquetball
OU senior Jack Huczek not only makes the grade in the classroom, but on the racquetball court as well. The 22 year-old Rochester native is ranked second in the world in racquetball.
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Baseball players stand out despite season
Despite a 14-38 season record, OU baseball team players saw personal successes off the field.
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Softball team comes a long way back
With a revamped coaching staff and 11 new players, the Golden Grizzlies softball team struggled at the beginning of the season but ended up 12-41 overall for the 2005 season.
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Stuard claims Mid-Con golf title
Brian Stuard became the first OU golfer to claim the Mid-Continent Conference Championship title and Player of the Year accolades. As a team, the Golden Grizzlies finished sixth in the Mid-Con Championships held in Macomb, Ill., in April.
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Lacrosse players earn All-American titles
The men’s club lacrosse team lost in the first round of the U.S. Lacrosse Intercollegiate Associates (USLIA) National Tournament in Blaine, Minn., in May, but went on to win the final two games in the consolation bracket, obtain a 10th place ranking and earn All-American titles for seniors Billy Binge, attacker, and Matt Kosek, midfielder.
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OU adds track and field to sports line-up
Oakland University is off and running, beginning men’s and women’s outdoor track as OU’s 15th and 16th Division I sports available to students.
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