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  • Tech Softball Inks Two-Time Clackamas All-American Infielder

    Dec 29, 2015
    Tech Softball Inks Two-Time Clackamas All-American Infielder

    KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head coach Greg Stewart announced the signing of Rashaun Sells (Grants Pass, Ore.) to the Oregon Tech softball squad for the 2017 season. 

    Sells, a transfer from Clackamas Community College, was a two-time first-team Southern Region All-Star infielder helping the Cougars to a Runner-Up finish at the NWAC Softball Championship Tournament in 2014. 

    During her freshman season at CCC, Sells batted .475 with 57 hits, including 11 doubles, six homeruns and 29 RBI.  Sells had a banner season as a sophomore in 2014, batting .465 with 67 hits.  Sells roped 18 doubles, three triples and 13 homeruns while scoring 49 run and driving in 71 runs.

    For her efforts Sells was named to the NFCA Louisville Slugger/NWAC All-American Team in both 2013 and 2014.

    "I am looking forward to adding a good student and accomplished player like Rashaun to our team next year”, exclaimed Stewart.  “She is the type of hitter that can help us fill some holes in our line-up with the departure of some outstanding seniors. Rashaun had a very good career at Clackamas and is a good defensive infielder who can make an immediate impact offensively."

    Rashaun is the daughter of Arron Sells and Leann and Darryl Haven and plans to major in medical imaging technology beginning at Oregon Tech this fall.

  • Tech Softball adds Outfielder to 2017 Roster

    Dec 15, 2015
    Tech Softball adds Outfielder to 2017 Roster

    KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head coach Greg Stewart announced recently that Rachael Delamare (Snohomish, Wash.) will join the Oregon Tech softball team beginning fall of 2016.

    Delamare, beginning her second season roaming the outfield at Bellevue Community College, was a first-team NWAC All-North Region recipient in 2015 where she batted .440 with 59 hits and 54 runs scored.  Delamare would go on to record 12 doubles, four homeruns to go with a pair of triples, six stolen bases and 36 RBI for the Bulldogs as a freshman.

    Delamare was a first team all-conference selection and team MVP her junior season at Monroe High School and a second-team all-conference player and Team Captain  her senior season for the Bearcats.

    "Rachael will be a great addition to our team next year.  She will make an immediate impact as a very good defensive outfielder that runs well and has a great arm,” said Stewart.  “Rachael is a proven hitter at the college level.  She can hit with power to all fields and has the speed to be a threat on the bases as well.  I am pleased to add another outstanding student-athlete to our program."

    Rachael is the daughter of Rick and Trina Delamare and plans to major in marketing at Oregon Tech beginning next fall.

  • Oregon Tech Inks Roseburg High Standout Infielder

    Dec 04, 2015
    Oregon Tech Inks Roseburg High Standout Infielder

    KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head coach Greg Stewart announced the recent addition of Baylee Wyscaver (Roseburg, Ore.) to the Oregon Tech softball program.  Wyscaver becomes the first signee to Stewart’s 2016 recruiting class.

    Wyscaver, who begins her senior season at Roseburg High School in 2016, will be a four-year starting infielder for the Indians after spending a year at third base and the past two at second base, heading into her final season.  Wyscaver is a three-time all-conference player at RHS earning Third-Team All-State honors her junior season where she batted .421, including 24 RBI and 29 runs.  

    “I am very happy to add Baylee to next year’s team.  She is a talented middle infielder with the athletic ability to play in the outfield as well”, mentioned Stewart.  “Baylee runs well, has a strong arm, and can hit for both power and average.  I look forward to seeing her impact our program over the next four years.”

    Baylee is the daughter of Rod and Angie Wyscaver and plans to study biology at Oregon Tech

    The Owls finished 47-16 last season, including a fourth place showing at the 2015 NAIA World Series. Tech won their first NAIA national crown in 2011.