In this on-going series, we’ll get to know the names, faces and stories making news off of the court around Portland sports…this week we catch up with the new Athletic Director over at Portland State University, Valerie Cleary. Congratulations on being named the new AD at Portland State…who did you first call with the good […]
Sometimes the holidays just don’t have the same meaning as it used to for Dominic Waters. The former Grant High star and Portland State University grad is not helping his family with Christmas tree hunting or hanging ornaments again this year, but instead it’s business as usual for the now six-year vet playing in Europe with […]
Many thought this could be the week that DeShawn Shead returned to action for the Seattle Seahawks. Even the Portland State alum who went undrafted back in 2012 and earned a Super Bowl ring in 2014 himself is itching to get back on the field. Yet as Seattle is starting to ramp up in preparation […]
The 31 points scored by Idaho State were their fewest in seven games. And PSU held the Bengals to 430 yards – well below their 580-yard average.
He touches on a wide range of topics from the difficulties of reading defensive schemes to even learning a three point stance.
The selection committee reviewed 15 “candidates” for the 2014 honor to be announced this Veteran’s Day, November 11.
It all finally came together with offense, defense and special teams as Portland State defeated Weber State, 30-17, at Stewart Stadium.
A late Northern Arizona touchdown wiped away Portland State’s perfect home record as the Lumberjacks defeated the Vikings, 21-17, at Providence Park.
It was all Vikings in the first half, as PSU led 13-3 at the break. But, second-string quarterback Ryan Bartels rallied UND back in the second half to a 21-3 advantage and the eight-point win.
With the victory, PSU opens Big Sky play at 1-0 and is now 2-3 overall. The win was also a big emotional boost for a Viking team that had started Big Sky play 0-2 each of the last two seasons.