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RC baseball signs Oxford resident Schlader

RC baseball signs Oxford resident Schlader

| August 5, 2011 | Comments (0)

ROCHESTER HILLS — Rochester College baseball also picked up alate signing from recent Birmingham Detroit Country Day High School graduate Andrew Schlader, a resident of Oxford. The 6-foot-1 185-pound Schlader joins the Warriors after leading his Yellow Jackets to a 2011 Division 2 district championship. As his team’s captain, Schlader batted at a .514 clip […]

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Zimmerman the new face in charge of Rochester College softball

Zimmerman the new face in charge of Rochester College softball

| August 5, 2011 | Comments (0)

ROCHESTER HILLS — Rochester College’s search for a new softball coach was shot-lived. Rochester College Athletics Director Klint Pleasant announced the hiring of head women’s softball coach Jane Zimmerman, who replaced Mike Ogg. The veteran Ogg stepped down in June due to work conflicts despite leading the Warriors to the USCAA national title in May. […]

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Cunningham named Oakland’s golf coach

Cunningham named Oakland’s golf coach

| August 3, 2011 | Comments (0)

ROCHESTER HILLS — Russ Cunningham has been named as head men’s and women’s golf coach, announced by Director of Athletics Tracy Huth on Monday. A native of Ionia, Mich., Cunningham was named Michigan Amateur Golfer of the Decade by the Golf Association of Michigan in 2010. “Russ has been a tremendous player himself and his […]

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AOTW: Michigan State’s Meier continues to impress on golf course

AOTW: Michigan State’s Meier continues to impress on golf course

| August 2, 2011 | Comments (3)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com ROCHESTER HILLS — Challenge Christine Meier and she’ll eventually rise to the occasion. Put her in the position to win and she’ll at least compete. After all, her resume is stacked with impressive wins and top-10 finishes. The Rochester Hills resident and sophomore-to-be at Michigan State has had quite […]

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WOLL’s Robak to play in All-Star Basketball Festival at the Palace

WOLL’s Robak to play in All-Star Basketball Festival at the Palace

| August 2, 2011 | Comments (0)

AUBURN HILLS — The 32nd annual All-Star Basketball Festival will be contested at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Aug. 6. The game will feature some of the best high school basketball players in the state from the Class of 2011. Tickets are available at $10, $15 and $20 and can be purchased at Ticketmaster […]

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AOTW: Clarkston’s Dellinger headed for Kent State

AOTW: Clarkston’s Dellinger headed for Kent State

| August 1, 2011 | Comments (0)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com CLARKSTON — Clarkston’s football season last year was interrupted by countless injuries. In fact, most of the Wolves’ starters and top reserves spent time on the disabled list due to the rash of injuries. Matt Dellinger was one of the few Wolves who did not hit the injured reserve […]

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Chill end Bucks season once again in PDL regional finals

Chill end Bucks season once again in PDL regional finals

| July 30, 2011 | Comments (0)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com PONTIAC, Mich. — Different venue, same result. The Thunder Bay Chill repeated as the Premier Developmental League Central Conference regional champs Saturday night, ousting the top-seeded Michigan Bucks, 2-1, in the conference finals at the Ultimate Soccer Arenas. Pushed up on a restart, defender Wilson Rodrigues-Neto scored the game-winning […]

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Caldwell’s overtime goal help Bucks shake their “Menace” in regional semifinals

Caldwell’s overtime goal help Bucks shake their “Menace” in regional semifinals

| July 30, 2011 | Comments (1)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com PONTIAC — Scott Caldwell picked up an opportune time to score his first goal of the season in a Michigan Bucks uniform. Signed to the team just weeks ago, the University of Akron product received his first start and scored in the 105th minute Friday night in leading the […]

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Ready for redemption: Top-seeded Michigan Bucks aiming for regional title

Ready for redemption: Top-seeded Michigan Bucks aiming for regional title

| July 29, 2011 | Comments (1)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com PONTIAC — Simon Omeknada and Mitch Hildebrandt remember walking off the field last July with a bitter taste in their mouths. The Michigan Bucks teammates were victim of a controversial call, which enabled the Thunder Bay Chill to rally past the visiting Bucks, 3-2, in the USL-Premier Developmental League […]

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Teammates face head-to-head at Michigan Women's Amateur

Teammates face head-to-head at Michigan Women’s Amateur

| July 28, 2011 | Comments (0)

Rochester Hills’ Christine Meier advances to semifinals BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP — Chances are that in match play of the Michigan Women’s Amateur, a golfer will face off with a former, current or future teammate. It happened several times this week at Prestwick Village Country Club near Milford. In quarterfinal play […]

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Johnson takes stroke play at Michigan Women's Amateur

Johnson takes stroke play at Michigan Women’s Amateur

| July 27, 2011 | Comments (0)

Yurik, Compton, Meier all in top 10 heading into match play BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com HIGHLAND TOWNSHIP — Sarah Johnson knows that a top-seed has never lost in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament in the first round. She wants to make sure that type of upset doesn’t happen in women’s golf, either, at […]

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AOTW: Living the Dream: Troy’s Berti climbing ranks of minor league baseball

AOTW: Living the Dream: Troy’s Berti climbing ranks of minor league baseball

| July 27, 2011 | Comments (0)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com VANCOUVER, B.C. — Jon Berti grew up in a baseball world, where his father and uncle both played at high levels out on the diamond. He is now living that same dream. At 21 years of age, Berti was drafted last month by the Toronto Blue Jays in the […]

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Oakland women’s swimming and diving claims CSCAA Academic All-America honors

Oakland women’s swimming and diving claims CSCAA Academic All-America honors

| July 27, 2011 | Comments (1)

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Vanessza Balogh, Marcella Barretta and Chelsea Oates of the Oakland University women’s swimming and diving team each earned Honorable Mention Scholar All-America awards and the OU women’s team was named a Scholar All-America Team on Friday, announced by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA). The Golden Grizzlies posted a […]

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AOTW: Oakland Christian’s Johnston signs with Grace College

AOTW: Oakland Christian’s Johnston signs with Grace College

| July 27, 2011 | Comments (0)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com As a three-sport athlete, Darcy Johnston has been around the block playing at both the high school and club circuit. It has paid off for the Auburn Hills Oakland Christian senior. Johnston, of Rochester Hills, signed a letter-of-intent this month to play soccer at NAIA member Grace College in […]

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AOTW: Mr. Clean Sheet: Hildebrandt’s goalkeeping a foundation for Bucks’ success

AOTW: Mr. Clean Sheet: Hildebrandt’s goalkeeping a foundation for Bucks’ success

| July 26, 2011 | Comments (0)

BY ALEX DROPKIN STUDENT CORRESPONDENT PONTIAC — When Mitch Hildebrandt left high school four years ago, he was tabbed as one of the state’s best. Now, he has lived up to that — at a much higher level. With the Michigan Bucks of the United Soccer League Premier Development League headed back to the playoffs […]

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AOTW: Saginaw Valley State adds a shake of ‘Salter’

AOTW: Saginaw Valley State adds a shake of ‘Salter’

| July 23, 2011 | Comments (2)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com AUBURN HILLS — There was a time that TreVon Salter did not like track and field. It took some convincing from a loved one to change his mind. After a long talk with his grandfather, Salter made a return to track and field in 10th grade.. It turned out […]

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Bucks honor Hall-of-Fame class with much-needed win over Cincy

Bucks honor Hall-of-Fame class with much-needed win over Cincy

| July 12, 2011 | Comments (2)

BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com PONTIAC — The Michigan Bucks inducted three of their own Saturday night into the PDL franchise’s Hall of Fame. Out on the soccer pitch, the Bucks displayed some much-needed inspired play in their honor. Michigan, coming off an 0-1-1 streak, dispatched the visiting Cincinnati Kings, 2-0, at the Ultimate […]

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AOTW: Givens provides Bucks unmatchable on-field advantage

AOTW: Givens provides Bucks unmatchable on-field advantage

| July 5, 2011 | Comments (0)

BY ALEX DROPKIN CORRESPONDENT PONTIAC — Stewart Givens is in his second season as a key marking back for the Michigan Bucks and game after game, he continues to turn the heads of fans, opponents and teammates alike. But it is not with his defensive prowess, leadership or even his ability to attack the net, […]

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