A look back on the 50th anniversary of Terry Baker’s triumph
When OSU’s Nick Sherwood got it in his head that he wanted his father to caddy for him at the U.S. Open, he made sure to ask in advance
A different point of view on one of Oregon State’s most unusual and historic athletic contests
“She got off and she was crying. And she was just so thankful she could do this again.”
… Nothing about OSU gets more consistent media attention than do our athletic contests and the young people in them.
When it comes to Oregon State teams performing on the field, court or whatever, you obviously need your Beaver athletic students. Then you also have a place for your rebounders, your spikers, your dugouts, your falls and your 10.0s.
Ariko Iso, a 1993 OSU graduate, was hired away from the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers this summer to be OSU’s head football athletic trainer.
Late this fall, OSU track and field should be fully and literally back on track.
Given that OSU’s athletic budget for 2010-11 was approximately $50 million, that new revenue stream will dramatically ease but not erase money worries for Oregon State Director of Athletics Bob De Carolis and his staff.
Beaver wrestlers in Istanbul will add to one of the highest international profiles among Beaver sports, one that dates back to Robin Reed winning a gold medal and Chet Newton a silver in the 1924 Olympics.
It’s a bridge from the playing fields and gyms of campus to the boardrooms of Portland and beyond.
Construction on an addition to the Sports Performance Center that would include practice courts and office space for the men’s basketball and women’s basketball programs could begin as early as this summer.
2010-11 marks Valenti’s 70th school year on the OSU campus.
No Small Potatoes is essentially a Reser family and business history, authored by Al and writer Kerry Tymchuk. A modest little book, it’s a great read.
Women’s soccer spent the autumn writing one of the better turnaround stories ever in OSU athletics.
Officials announced Oct. 21 that for football, the Pac-12 would break into North and South divisions.
Updating the OSU community about Beavers in the news
OSU sports legend Jess Lewis likes green grass but went blue for the cause.
Al Reser will long be remembered as one of the most generous alumni and longstanding supporters in the history of Oregon State University.
Football players Wilder McAndrews and Aaron Nichols have worked their way into the OSU College of Pharmacy’s doctorate program.
In addition to running the university, OSU President Ed Ray is chairman of the executive committee of the NCAA.
“I can see number 1 and number 8 from up here! That’s those Rodgerses! They’re brothers!”
Campus recyclers and OSU Athletics are asking alumni to set an example for other fans in managing their trash on game days.
There are plenty of surprises in the history of the rivalry between the two schools.