A communication major and outfielder on the Portland State softball team, Jenna Krogh is lighting it up for the Vikings this season. As the team has nearly secured the top ranking in the PCSC Mountain Division standings, the junior transfer is focused on finishing out the year strong.
The men and women’s basketball teams had different gaps to fill with their outgoing seniors, and they both brought on new players in hopes of filling the shoes. On the men’s side, head coach Tyler Geving signed two junior college students to his 2011–12 roster.
The Portland State women’s tennis team finished in style last week, as they beat the Idaho State Bengals to earn the best conference record in the history of the program.
The women’s tennis team made it to the record books when they beat the Idaho State Bengals on Wednesday morning.
The Portland State women’s tennis team followed the rest of the Big Sky schools this season when they fell to undefeated Sacramento State over the weekend. The Hornets picked up a 7-0 sweep, leaving the Viks with a desire to redeem themselves on Saturday—and the team did just that.
The Portland State women’s tennis team has two matches scheduled this weekend, playing Sacramento State on Friday and hitting the road against Eastern Washington on Saturday.
The women’s tennis team suffered a 6-1 loss to the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks yesterday morning in Flagstaff.
This Sunday the women’s tennis team hits the road against Northern Arizona.
The outcomes were not in the Vikings’ favor for the women’s tennis team this weekend.
The women’s tennis team has a full weekend ahead, taking on Seattle University at home this afternoon at 3 p.m. before heading on the road Sunday to face Washington State in Pullman at 11 a.m.
The women’s basketball team has quite a season to look back on.