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Seven Former Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Headed to World Series

(KEIZER, Ore.) - Salem-Keizer Volcanoes LogoThe San Francisco Giants are sending seven (7) former Salem-Keizer Volcanoes players to their first World Series. The list includes: Tim Lincecum (’06), Sergio Romo (’05), Jonathan Sanchez (’04), Travis Ishikawa (’02-’03), Pablo Sandoval (’05), Nate Schierholtz (’03) and Buster Posey (’08), they all started their professional careers with the Volcanoes. Other Volcanoes who are currently with the Giants, but were not included on the Giants’ 25-man post season roster, include: Ryan Rohlinger (’06), Emmanuel Burriss (’06), and Dan Runzler (’07).

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NWC Fall Classic: Bruins Rally to Defend Classic Title; Nap, Morrison 3-4 on Board

(BEND, Ore.) - SportsLed by All-American Brianna Nap’s round of 80, the second-best score of the day, the George Fox University Bruins rallied from eight strokes down after the first day to eight strokes ahead, successfully defending their Northwest Conference Women’s Golf Fall Classic title Sunday here at the Lost Tracks Golf Course.

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NWC Fall Classic: Bruins Slip to 7th in Team Results; Gabrio 10th Individually

(REDMOND, Ore.) - SportsDropping one stroke off their previous day’s score of 340 to shoot a 341 on Sunday for a final score of 681, the George Fox University Bruins slipped from a tie for sixth to seventh place as the Northwest Conference Men’s Golf Fall Classic came to its two-day conclusion here at the Juniper Golf Course.

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Simonson Finishes in Tie for 12th at NWC Men's Golf Fall Classic

Willamette Takes Eighth in Team Standings
College Men's Golf
Sunday, October 24, 2010
At Juniper Golf Course, Redmond, Oregon

(REDMOND, Ore.) - SportsJacob Simonson (Fr., Fairview, OR/Reynolds HS) from Willamette University tied for 12th in the final individual standings at the Northwest Conference Men's Golf Fall Classic, which ended on Sunday, Oct. 24 with the second round of play at Juniper Golf Course. Simonson, who was one of four golfers to card a two-day total of 163, shot 78 in the first round and 85 in the second round.

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Missionaries Blitz Bruins with 5 Goals in 10-Minute Span

Men's Soccer - WHITMAN 5, GEORGE FOX 2

(WALLA WALLA, Wash.) - SportsAhead 2-0 with their largest lead of the season and less than 30 minutes left, the George Fox University Bruins were hit with a five-goal blitz in a 10-minute span by the Whitman College Missionaries, who went on to a 5-2 win in Northwest Conference men’s soccer Sunday afternoon here at the Whitman Athletic Fields.

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Bruins Sink Missionaries on Storm-Soaked Pitch

Women's Soccer - GEORGE FOX 2, WHITMAN 0

(WALLA WALLA, Wash.) - SportsGoalkeeper Alyssa Montero made a career-high 12 saves and Esther Harder and Nicole Akiu scored second-half goals as the George Fox University Bruins sank the Whitman College Missionaries 2-0 in Northwest Conference women's soccer action Sunday afternoon here at the rain-drenched Whitman Athletic Fields.

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Oregon Soccer: Stoltenberg Leads Ducks Past Washington State, 3-1

The Ducks will return home for a pair of matches next week when they host Arizona and Arizona State

(PULLMAN, Wash.) - Oregon DucksSenior forward Jen Stoltenberg scored two goals, tying the school record for career points in the process, in leading the University of Oregon soccer team to a 3-1 road win over Washington State on Sunday in Pullman, Wash.

After falling behind 1-0 in the 23rd minute, Oregon rallied to score three unanswered goals in the 28th, 63rd and 64th minutes for the victory. The Ducks improved to 5-8-3 overall and 1-3-1 in Pac-10 Conference play, while WSU dropped to 6-11 on the year and 1-5 in league action.

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Beavers Win Eighth Straight with 1-0 Shutout of Huskies

(SEATTLE, Wash.) - BeaversFreshman Jenna Richardson scored the game-winning goal for the second consecutive game as the 19th-ranked Beavers took down Pacific-10 rival Washington on a rainy Sunday afternoon in Seattle by a final score of 1-0.

“It was a good game in very difficult conditions,” Oregon State women’s soccer head coach Linus Rhode said following the match. “It was pouring and freezing all day but we made some adjustments to our game to deal with it.”

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Willamette Women's Soccer Battles Puget Sound to 1-1 Tie

Puget Sound had seven shots on goal during the game but Willamette goalkeeper Kelli Gano (Sr., Portland, OR/Cleveland HS) made six saves

(SALEM, Ore.) - Willamette BearcatsThe Willamette University women's soccer team played the University of Puget Sound to a 1-1 double overtime tie in Northwest Conference action on Sunday, Oct. 24. Willamette is now 6-8-2 overall and 5-5-2 in the NWC. Puget Sound is now 13-1-2 overall and 10-1-1 in the NWC.

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Concordia Stays Unbeaten, Downs Warner Pacific 2-0

( PORTLAND, Ore.) - Sportshe NAIA’s top-ranked team scored a goal in each half to turn away Warner Pacific 2-0 in Cascade Conference women’s soccer action at David Douglas High School today.

The game got underway under overcast skies and a light rain. Kelton McFadden put the visiting Cavaliers on the board in the 9th minute with a well placed shot from the 18 yard line. From there the Knights tightened up the defense and allowed just one more shot on goal in the half.

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Puget Sound Shoots Past Willamette, 2-0, in Men's Soccer

College Men's Soccer Saturday, October 23, 2010 At Sparks Field, Salem, Oregon

(SALEM, Ore.) - Willamette BearcatsThe Willamette University men's soccer team dropped a Northwest Conference match to the visiting Loggers of the University of Puget Sound, 2-0, on Saturday, Oct. 23. Puget Sound is now 8-3-5 overall and 5-2-3 in the NWC. Willamette moved to 3-9-3 overall, 1-7-2 in the NWC.

The Loggers scored their first goal of the game in the 13th minute when Ryan Rush's shot from eight yards out found the back of the goal. The goal was his third of the season and gave UPS a 1-0 lead which they held into the second half.

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Bearcats Cross Country Compete at Beaver Classic in Corvallis

WU will compete at the Northwest Conference Championships next Saturday in Tacoma

(CORVALLIS, Ore.) - Willamette BearcatsA group of Willamette University cross country runners participated in the Beaver Classic in Corvallis, Oregon, on Saturday. The meet was held at Avery Park, with the women competing in a 6-kilometer race and the men competing in an 8-kilometer race.

The top runner for the Willamette women's team was Megan Horning (Sr, Page, AZ/Page HS), who finished 74th. Horning's time was 25:06. Erin Madden (Jr., Albuquerque, NM/Eldorado HS) placed 76th with a time of 25:22.

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KWTV 17.1 to Televise Mid Valley Football Event

(SALEM, Ore.) - KWVT 17.1 Servint the Mid ValleyKWVT 17.1 will televise a yearly rivalry between two power houses in the 1A football league, Perrydale (Amity Pirates) and St. Paul (St. Paul Pirates).

KWVT has been following these two team and normally one of them is a 1A champion. These students come from all over the mid valley and from not only inside of their respective districts but outside due in part to the great program each of these schools offer.

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Oregon Duck Softball Welcomes Strand to Coaching Staff

(EUGENE, Ore.) - Oregon DucksThe University of Oregon softball team rounded out one of its most experienced coaching staffs with the addition of Julie Strand as a volunteer coach for the 2010-11 season.

“We’re really fortunate to add someone like Julie to our program,” Oregon head coach Mike White said. “Her role helping Southern Utah win conference championships and make the NCAA Tournament is valuable and gives her instant credibility. She was an all-league catcher who has added experience playing multiple positions. Her positive temperament will benefit our players, and her versatility helps us in many ways - both on and off the field.”

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Castillo Named NWC Student-Athlete of the Week for Third Time in 2010

(SALEM, Ore.) - Willamette University runner Leo CastilloWillamette University runner Leo Castillo (Jr., Parkdale, OR/Hood River Valley HS) has been chosen Northwest Conference Men's Cross Country Student-Athlete of the Week for the third time this season.

Castillo earned this week's honor for his efforts at the Bill Dellinger Invitational, hosted by the University of Oregon on Saturday, Oct. 16.

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Oregon State Women’s Golf Takes First At Washington National Invitational

(AUBURN, Wash.) - OSU Beavers LogoThe Oregon State women’s golf team defeated Washington and Portland State to claim the title at the Washington National Invitational on Sunday.

The Beavers shot a 309 at the par-72, 6,288-yard at the Washington National Golf Club, while Washington and Portland State both finished at 316. The tournament was delayed an hour due to frost on the course.

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Willamette and George Fox Battle to 0-0 Tie through Two Overtimes

Hellekson Earns Three Saves to Register Shutout for Bearcats

(NEWBERG, Ore.) - George Fox University LogoWillamette University and George Fox University played 90 minutes of regulation and two 10-minute overtime periods on their way to a 0-0 tie on Sunday, Oct. 17, as both teams kept the opposition off the scoreboard. Willamette moved to 3-8-3 overall, 1-6-2 in the NWC. George Fox went to 0-10-2 on the season, including 0-8-1 in the NWC.

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