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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Spring Sports Coverage

As the winter sports season wraps up nationally at both the high school and collegiate levels, the spring sport season is already underway.  Here on Sports Source Media, this will mean coverage of the springs sports.  While coverage this far has been focused exclusively on the college level, high school […]

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You Heard It From Me: Volleyball Players Helping a Veteran

Sometimes the best sports stories are the ones where one or more people are making a difference.  Well, I’m about to tell you a story about how one group of women, who played volleyball, helped a veteran, me. They are the women of the Oakland women’s volleyball team which played […]

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You Heard It From Me: No More Basketball For Oakland This Season

With the final buzzer Sunday night the 2016-17 season officially came to an end for the Oakland men’s basketball team with an 87-83 road loss to Richmond. The key moment of the game was when Oakland’s junior guard Martez Walker missed a three point shot which would had given the […]

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You Heard It From Me: Down Goes Clemson

If you’re an alumnus of Oakland University and many of your Facebook friends are also Oakland alumni, then chances are that by now, you’ve seen many posts in your news feed about the Golden Grizzlies’ big 74-69 win Tuesday night at Clemson in the first round of the NIT. By […]

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College Basketball Update: March Madness Part 2

Tonight will be the selection show for the Women’s NCAA Tournament.  Of course, neither Oakland or Detroit Mercy will be in the tournament, as neither team would have had to win the Horizon League Tournament.  That’s the harsh reality of being in a mid-major conference like the Horizon League for any […]

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College Basketball Update: March Madness

This is the favorite time of year for many sports fans, March Madness.  People all over the nation are already filling out their brackets for the NCAA Basketball Tournament.  Unfortunately, one local team that won’t be going the big dance is Oakland. While Michigan State and Big Ten Tournament champion […]

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You Heard It From Me: Remembering the Joe

If you’ve been reading the last few stories about the Motor City Madness, you’ll know by now that the Horizon League men’s and women’s basketball tournaments were both recently held at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, home of the Red Wings.  If you live in the Metro Detroit area, […]

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Men’s Basketball: Eastern Michigan Eliminated from MAC Tournament

The Eastern Michigan Eagles (16-17) lost to Akron in the quarterfinals of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Tournament Thursday, 79-62.  Sophomore forward James Thompson IV recorded a double double with 18 points and 16 rebounds.  Senior guard Ray Lee scored 17 points while guards Tim Bond, a junior, and Ty Toney, […]

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MAC Tournament Update

With so much of the recent coverage here being reserved for the Motor City Madness/Horizon League Tournament, now completed, it’s important to note that the Mid-American Conference (MAC) is also holding it’s conference tournament.  Here’s an update on how both the Eastern Michigan men’s and women’s basketball teams have done […]

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Women’s Basketball: Detroit Mercy Suffers Heartbreak, Green Bay Wins Horiozn League Championship

Detroit-Tuesday afternoon went from a dream to a nightmare for the Detroit Mercy Titans (18-14) as they suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Green Bay Phoenix (27-5), 64-52 in the Horizon League Championship game. The Titans never led in the game, but were able to come to within five points […]

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