This previous weekend at the Oregon Relays, down at Hayward Field, the Vikings ended up having a fairly good meet.
This weekend the track and field team will be traveling down to Eugene for the second time this season to compete in the Oregon Relays.
Over the past week senior Karene King has not only broken her personal record in the 100 and 200-meter, but she also helped set new school records in both the 4×100 and the 4×400 women’s relay.
Last weekend the only athlete to compete for Portland State was junior Joenisha Vinson at the Mt. Sac Relays in Sacramento, California.
Portland State track and field’s Sean Mackelvie, a junior from Willsonville, recently destroyed his personal record in the javelin by over 21 feet and moved up to number one in our conference.
This past weekend, the Portland State track team traveled down to Sacramento State University to compete in the Mondo Invitational.
This weekend, the Vikings will be migrating south to Sacramento State to compete at the Mondo Invitational.
On Saturday, the men and women’s track team competed in the Willamette Invitational down in Salem.
This weekend on April 1–2, the Portland State track team will compete in Salem at the Willamette Invitational.
In just three weeks, the Vikings track teams have had one competitor named the Big Sky Conference athlete of the week, one school
record has been broken and there are 10 athletes who have already qualified for the Big Sky Outdoor Championships, which will be held from May 11-–14.
The Portland State Disc Golf club is more than just an average club.