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WOU Wolves drop GNAC opener to Wildcats

Wildcats 87 - Wolves 78

(MONMOUTH, Ore.) - WOU Wolves logo Tarance Glynn posted his third straight double-double and Jordan Freelander came off the bench to score a career-high 18 points, but in the end it was a balanced scoring attack and strong second half that earned Central Washington an 87-78 win over Western Oregon in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference opener on today.

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WOU Teacher Education Program Earns National Recognition

(MONMOUTH, Ore.) - Western Oregon University Western Oregon University (WOU) has been named the 2010 recipient of the Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher Education by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), in recognition of exemplary performance in teacher education.

The purpose of the award is two-fold: to recognize excellence in teacher education programs and to advance the field of teacher education by identifying promising practices and critical issues related to measuring the impact of programs on teacher candidate knowledge and the impact of these teachers on pupil learning.

Read Full Article (Nov-21-2010 11:05)

Wolves fall 71-65 to Hawaii Pacific

(Monmouth, Oregon) - Western Oregon University Wolves Four Western Oregon student-athletes scored in double-figures but in the end it was Hawaii Pacific which earned a 71-65 win over Western Oregon in the WOU/Phoenix Inn D2 Shootout on Saturday.

Read Full Article (Nov-20-2010 19:11)

Peterson scores 20 in Wolves first win of season

WOU Women's Basketball

(MONMOUTH, Ore.) - Western Oregon University Wolves Rylee Peterson filled up the box score to lead Western Oregon to an 83-76 win over Humboldt State in the WOU/Phoenix Inn D2 Shootout, Saturday.

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Wolves Fall in High-Scoring Affair

(Monmouth, Oregon) - Western Oregon University Wolves Four players reached double figures but it was not enough as the Western Oregon women’s basketball team fell to Dixie State 97-85 Friday, in the New P.E. Gym.

With the loss, WOU drops to 0-2 on the year while Dixie State remains undefeated at 2-0.

Read Full Article (Nov-13-2010 08:24)

Wolves fall in season opener to Chaminade

(LACEY, Wash.) - WOU Wolves logo Kolton Nelson led three Wolves’ starters in double figure scoring with 18 points but it was not enough as Chaminade University spoiled Western Oregon’s season opener, with a 77-66 win in the GNAC/PacWest Challenge on Friday.

Read Full Article (Nov-11-2010 08:30)

WOU continues to serve more students with new enrollment record

(MONMOUTH, Ore.) - Western Oregon University Western Oregon University (WOU), Oregon's most nationally recognized small or mid-sized university, has reached another enrollment record with 6,233 students enrolled for fall 2010. This is an increase of 579 students (10 percent) over last year and a growth of 884 students (17 percent) over the past three years. Growth has grown in both undergraduate and graduate student populations and the student body is continually increasing in diversity.

Read Full Article (Nov-09-2010 22:16)

Beavers Defeat Western Oregon In Exhibition Game

(Corvallis, Oregon) - Beavers logo The Oregon State men’s basketball team opened its season with a 71-43 win over Western Oregon in an exhibition game Tuesday night at legendary Gill Coliseum.

Read Full Article (Nov-09-2010 13:15)

Fatal Traffic Crash - Highway 99W South of Monmouth

Update - Victim Identified

(Salem, Ore.) - 1990 Acura Integra involved in accident Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into Tuesday morning's fatal traffic crash involving a horse on Highway 99W about 3 miles south of Monmouth in Polk County.

Read Full Article (Nov-06-2010 19:11)

Nelson`s Double-Double Leads WOU to Exhibition Win

(Newberg, Oregon) - Sports Four members of the Western Oregon men’s basketball team scored in double figures as the Wolves came away with a 72-63 victory over George Fox in its exhibition opener, Saturday, Nov. 6.

Kolton Nelson and Kyle Long each had 17 points to lead the Western Oregon. Nelson also added 13 rebounds to complete the double-double. He went 7-of-11 from the field and 3-of-4 from the line. Long came off the bench to score his 17. He made 5-of-9 shots from the field, including a trio of three-point baskets. The Wolves also got 15 points from Blair Wheadon and 13 from Kris White.

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