The Oregon State football team reports that it has sold 25,000 season tickets. That’s the first time the Beavers reached that level.
Dad’s Weekend tickets are being hawked.
Check out this story in Thursday’s GT on the results of the BEST transition program that helps high school athletes adjust to college. The results are stunning.
Looks like wrestling coach Jim Zalesky slimmed down his roster for the coming season. I’m sure it will expand in the fall.
And for your entertainment, here’s the latest edition of what’s on my iPod. I love heavier remakes of 80s classics. Orginal by Dead or Alive. This done by Dope.
Gymnastics walking for a cause
For the sixth straight spring, the gymnastics team is set to participate in the Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society onFriday night.
Team members will take turns walking around OSU’s Memorial Union quad from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. Saturday in an effort to raise money for the fight against cancer.
The Beavers set a goal to raise $2,000 and they’ll have a bake sale at their camp site to help meet their goal.