Andrew Haubner joined the KEZI 9 News team as Sports Director in April 2018.
Andrew spent the previous two years as Sports Director at KTWO-TV in Casper, Wyoming, covering everything from pro rodeo to high school football. He also had the unique chance to cover the University of Wyoming football team's rise from the basement of the Mountain West to a conference championship game. While in Wyoming, Andrew brought several special segments to KTWO, including interactive film sessions, weekly live interview segments, and hosted a high school football show each week. It was the first show in Wyoming dedicated to Friday night football across the state. Andrew was also the recipient of the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters award for Best Sports.
Prior to his time in Wyoming, Andrew attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he covered the Buffaloes for three years on television, radio, and in print. He also completed an internship with the NBC Sports Network while in college.
Oregon has always been a type of home for Andrew. His father, a UO graduate, was raised in the Seaside/Cannon Beach area. Andrew grew up just outside of New York City, and remembers seeing Joey Harrington posters in Times Square. He even has a Harrington bobblehead from those days.
Andrew enjoys skiing, hiking, and in the summer, you can find him out on the golf course in a sand trap, going for double bogey on his off days.
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The conference announced on Thursday that they have approved a return to play for all schools, including Oregon and Oregon State.
Mason Stuller's training method is relatively unorthodox, but it's impossible to argue with the National High School Finals Rodeo champion's results.
The proverbial ball is now in the Pac-12's hands as far as a return to play this fall.
Residents of Linn County have banded together to help out their neighbors and others from around the region.
Early on Thursday afternoon, a brush fire broke out on Lorane Highway but was quickly dealt with by fire crews.
Without big gatherings such as 5K's and fun runs, charities and fundraising organizations have had to switch up their approach.
The Pac-12's groundbreaking partnership with the medical testing giant opens the door to the possibility of bringing college sports back to Oregon earlier than anticipated.
Gov. Brown's threat of more restrictions if the state doesn't slow the Coronavirus down came with a hope that local municipal agencies will take a more proactive approach within their communities.
The former Corvallis standout was the subject of a sexual assault allegation in 2017.
The group had initially planned to scale back their mask making but with the resurgence of Coronavirus the community is stepping up yet again.
Data is updated nightly.