Portland State’s cheerleading squad is looking forward to huge changes in their program.
Daily Vanguard: Why did you come to Portland State?
Geronne Black: I came to PSU because I lived on the East Coast and I wanted to be different from my graduating class.
A Big Sky championship title and first-ever appearance at the NCAA tournament did not come easily for the Vikings.
With stellar shooting and rebounding, regular season champion Eastern Washington passed up the Portland State women’s basketball team in the final game of the regular season on Saturday.
The women’s basketball team faces Eastern Washington for its last regular-season contest this weekend, and postseason positioning rides on the outcome.
The Portland State women’s basketball team needed a sweep to earn a Big Sky championship. Instead, the Vikings came up with a split.
With only three games left in the regular season, the Portland State women’s basketball team is still in contention for the Big Sky Conference Championship.
For the Portland State women’s basketball team, the late-season race for the Big Sky Championship is on, and the Vikings (14–12, 8–5 Big Sky) continued their charge over the weekend in their last home stand of the regular season.
The Portland State women’s basketball team kicks off its last five-game run for a Big Sky Conference title at home this weekend when they host Northern Arizona and Northern Colorado in the final two home games of the regular season.
The Portland State women’s basketball team never saw this split coming. After beating out second-ranked Montana in Missoula for the first time in 11 years, the Vikings followed victory with a loss to Montana State in a back-and-forth game to end the road trip.