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Yoga’s roots

While some believe that yoga could have originated as early as 10,000 years ago, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly when … Continue reading Yoga’s roots

The Oregon Lottery hosted Sports Action, enabling betting on NFL standings, until a reversal in legislation in 2005.

“I’m ’bout that [sports] action, boss”

Growing up an Oregonian and a huge NFL fan has been an amazing experience. Though Oregon does not have its … Continue reading “I’m ’bout that [sports] action, boss”

Disney's 'Big Hero 6' will play at the Campus Recreation Center this week as part of its Dive In pool screening.  Disney | 2014

First Annual Sports & Fitness Week

Remember that first week before classes when everyone moved in and met their roommates and their neighbors down the hall, … Continue reading First Annual Sports & Fitness Week

Assistant Coach Jennifer Mountain will replace Sherri Murrell as the women's basketball head coach. Courtesy of Larry Lawson/PSU Athletics

New women’s basketball coach bound for PSU

Last week Portland State announced that Sherri Murrell had been fired as the head coach of women’s basketball. With the … Continue reading New women’s basketball coach bound for PSU

Members of the women's ultimate frisbee team prepare for the coming tournament in mid-March. Devin Courtright/PSU Vanguard

Women’s ultimate frisbee

In 1968, Joel Silver introduced the idea of Ultimate Frisbee to the student council of Columbia High School of Maplewood, … Continue reading Women’s ultimate frisbee


Vernon Adams: A verbal commit

Last week Eastern Washington Eagles quarterback Vernon Adams announced he would be playing football his senior year at the University … Continue reading Vernon Adams: A verbal commit

Equipment Rental Center attendant Deanna Ansary and Student Coordinator Neal Robinson display equipment available through the Outdoor Program. Miles Sanguinetti/PSU Vanguard

Getting out in the city

Portland—some see it as the home of hipsters, hippies, vegans and birds put upon things. It’s a small city often … Continue reading Getting out in the city

The 2014 Vikings in a recent game against Idaho State. Devin Courtright/PSU Vanguard

Might a new wave of Vikings turn the tide?

Following National Letter of Intent Signing Day, Portland State Athletics has acquired some fresh talent. Recruiting five student athletes from … Continue reading Might a new wave of Vikings turn the tide?

Matt Pronesti was one of six Vikings to participate in the men's doubles during the Big Sky Conference. Courtesy of Larry Lawson/PSU Athletics

Big Sky conference dual and the Battle of Portland

The Portland State Vikings men’s tennis team looked to get back on track against Montana State at home at Club … Continue reading Big Sky conference dual and the Battle of Portland

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Portland-Seattle Cascadia clash

The Portland State Vikings women’s tennis team traveled north to the tennis Center at Sand Point in Seattle to face … Continue reading Portland-Seattle Cascadia clash

Portland State Vikings logo.

Sports Schedule Feb. 10–16

PSU Men’s Basketball PSU @ Idaho Thurs. Feb. 12, 7 p.m. PSU @ Eastern Washington Sat. Feb. 14, 2:05 p.m. PSU Women’s … Continue reading Sports Schedule Feb. 10–16