If you wanted to know the coolest spot in Portland, this is it. The Swim Dock is located on the east side of the Willamette next to the Hawthorne Bridge and can be accessed from the Eastbank Esplanade.
The Portland area is home to breathtaking sites, fascinating cultures and unique foods, but many students believe their travel is limited to Lombard St. and the St. John’s neighborhood. Now, I don’t for a second think North Portland is lame or boring in any way, but a walk in Cathedral Park or green curry at Drunken Noodle can get boring after a while, which is why University of Portland students should go out and explore more!
This past Sunday, the Portland Pilots fell to the University of San Francisco Dons 4-0, giving the Dons the sweep for the series.
The Pilots failed to capitalize on their solid start, dropping the game 10-8 to CSU Bakersfield and losing the series 3-1.
In a Chiles Center full of 3,003 fans cheering for both Portland and BYU, the Pilots trailed throughout the game, unable to gain the offensive momentum to overcome the Cougar’s defense, losing 72-60.
During the month of January, a pair of University of Portland men’s soccer players, senior goalkeeper Paul Christensen, and senior center back Kris Reaves, signed contracts making them the first UP players to join the MLS in 2018.
This Saturday on the beautiful Portland Bluff, the Portland Pilots came away with a hard-fought victory, beating the Loyola Marymount Lions 68-66 to complete the season sweep.