With one year under his belt as head coach of the men’s basketball team, Tyler Geving continues to pound the recruiting pavement and bring in the type of talent that Portland State has used to go to the NCAA Tournament two out of the last three years.
Situated roughly between the area where rubber meets pavement in the sustainability movement on campus, Look Up and See Green (LUSG) is constantly evolving the meaning of a student-led group.
Looking back on the 2009–10 men’s basketball season, it would be easy to compare this team’s performance with that of the past two years. Sometimes, however, the easiest thing to do isn’t the right one.
The Portland State men’s basketball team looks to keep a streak—and a shot at the postseason—alive on Saturday, when they face Northern Colorado on the road.
Down by two points with 30 seconds left, the Portland State men’s basketball team faced two possible outcomes on Friday night: Either raise the hopes of a postseason appearance with a last-minute win, or watch the chances at the playoffs slip away by conceding yet another loss.
The Portland State men’s basketball team has an opportunity this weekend to reclaim some of its former glory and move up in the Big Sky Conference standings. Hosting third-place Montana and then fourth-place Montana State, the Vikings will play two teams situated between them and a playoff game at home.
The Portland State men’s basketball team put to rest a long four-game road trip over the weekend with mixed results. The Vikings fought back from an 11-point deficit to defeat Sacramento State, but fell to Seattle University on a last-second buzzer beater.
The Portland State men’s basketball team should be happy to have a little consistency this week after last week’s ups and downs. They lost senior forward Phil Nelson to injury but managed to win their first road game in seven attempts, meaning the Vikings experienced a full range of emotions.
After a weekend full of ups and downs, the Portland State men’s basketball team goes back to the drawing board after dropping their first game at home in over a year.
After losing two straight on the road, the Portland State men’s basketball has an opportunity to right the ship this weekend when they host Northern Colorado tonight and Northern Arizona on Sunday.