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The heptathlon is over, and favorite Tiana Thomas took first place again.
Freshman Joe Dotson of Southern Oregon is clinging to a slim second-place lead heading into the final events of the decathlon. Oregon Tech’s Seth Gretz, one of the NAIA’s top decathletes, has a large lead.
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The CCC heptathlon and decathlon are happening today and tomorrow at Raider Stadium in Ashland. You can watch the events live or follow the results online here.
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You can read about SOU’s 6th place standing in the Directors’ Cup here. Digging into the data a little deeper reveals that the schools in front of Southern in the rankings all have swim teams (SOU, and most NAIA schools, do not). If you back out the swim points, SOU is actually in first place!
With less than 30 teams competing in swimming at the NAIA level, why does swimming get equal rating with football (87 programs have football)? Or basketball (over 130 programs have basketball in NAIA DII)?
It took Y&T over 40 years to play in Grants Pass for the first time. Now they are returning, less than a year after their debut. March 26 is the date. The Rogue Theatre is, again, the place.
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Asbury College just beat #2 seed St. Francis to pave a potentially easier road for Southern Oregon in the national tournament. Massey had St. Francis as the #5 team in the country, and SOU would likely have had to beat them to make it to the Final Four. Not any more.
First things first. First the Raiders need to defeat Clarke today. The game starts soon.