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The Portland Pilots men’s basketball team will look a lot different next season. On Monday, sophomore guard Jazz Johnson and freshman guard Andre Ferguson both announced that they were leaving the team and had gotten their release forms.
The hype and excitement surrounding Terry Porter’s inaugural season as the head coach of the University of Portland’s men’s basketball team quickly evaporated after the loss of starting point guard and captain, Alec Wintering, to an ACL injury. The Pilots are limping into the West Coast Conference Tournament in Las Vegas as the No. 10 seed (in a field of ten teams) on a 16-game losing streak, excluding a non-conference win over Walla Walla last week. Portland is set to face off against San Diego, the No. 7 seed in the tournament, at 8 p.m.
The Pilots continue to struggle, dropping ninth straight game, and things aren't going to get any easier
There does not seem to be light at the end of the tunnel for the Pilots. The men's basketball team dropped their ninth straight game on Thursday night in the Chiles Center, falling to Santa Clara 60-45.
In the black community, “good hair” is sleeker, straighter and well-kept (and never nappy).
University of Portland President Fr. Mark Poorman emailed the following message to the UP community regarding President Donald Trump's recent travel ban: As you are all aware, on Saturday, Jan.
Vice President for Student Affairs, John Donato emailed The Beacon the following statement in response to The Beacon's inquiries about the Clara Ell case
Brian Doyle, longtime editor of UP’s Portland Magazine and acclaimed novelist and essayist, will undergo surgery for a cancerous brain tumor Wednesday.
A car crashed in front of the main entrance to the University of Portland around 8 p.m. Thursday night. No one injured, driver is not a student, according to the responding Public Safety officers, but it is currently unclear whether the passenger is.
The soft-spoken man at the helm of Pilot basketball has been a legend since before most University of Portland students were born.