While it is true that the world is becoming more politically correct and conscious of how our words and actions affect people, it is now more than ever that we need the power of humor and laughter. People have deemed it not okay to make light of certain topics, and while this is true about certain sensitive topics, it drives the tension deeper and deeper between people who do not agree on what those topics are.
Despite Reyes' time playing for two national teams — competing in countries as far as Qatar and India — he decided to join the University of Portland men's soccer team as a freshman forward. As he adjusts to life on The Bluff, he's been tasked with helping to replace the talent of recent graduates. Reyes has been successful throughout his first year, starting in all 16 matches and scoring three goals. With the hopes of playing professionally again, Reyes is drawing on his past experiences to bolster the men's soccer team
Sophomore women’s basketball player Haylee Andrews is having an impressive start to her 2019 campaign. TheTownsville, Australia, native is averaging 15 points on 61% shooting during the Pilots 5-1 start.
Portland welcomed cross-country opponent University of Maine Black Bears to Chiles Center for the Pilots’ second home contest of the regular season. Portland held control most of the game and pulled away in the end for a 71-62 victory.
Originally from Berlin, Germany, Hendel has had an impressive 2019 campaign. Starting all but two games for Portland at either forward or midfielder, Hendel has carved out a significant role as a junior.
With the leaves changing on the trees and fall in full swing, the University of Portland men’s basketball team is nearing the tip-off of another season. As the team prepares with daily practices, the players have the goal of taking steps forward this season.
Parents of juniors and seniors gathered at Merlo Field to watch Portland take on WCC opponent University of San Francisco on Saturday night. Portland celebrated the team’s senior night with a 1-0 victory, their fourth win in a row.
The Pilot’s men’s soccer team hosted the Santa Clara University Broncos on a crisp fall evening Saturday night. Portland was lifted to a 2-0 win by goals coming from a pair of freshman. It was their first conference win and improves their record to 7-5-1 overall.
The Portland Pilots dropped their fourth conference opener in a row, losing 3-0 to the San Diego Toreros on Thursday at the Chiles Center.
In a fast paced, physical game in front of nearly 1,200 fans on Friday, the Portland Pilots outlasted the CSUN matadors 3-1 to improve to 4-2-1 on the season.