College Stadium Review: Stott Center

The Portland State basketball team has been to the NCAA Tournament twice in their history (2008 and 2009). The Vikings also went to the 2014 CIT where they were eliminated in the first round. Will the Vikings get back to the postseason in 2016? Can they win their first postseason game in 2016? These are the big questions. Come out to the Stott Center this season for the answers.

Peter Stott Center

he arena has a high school basketball feel to it even though the Vikings are in D-I.

The Peter Stott Center opened in 1996 and seats nearly 2000 fans. This is one of the best deals in the sport as the ticket price includes all you can eat concession items such as pizza, hot dogs, popcorn and sodas. So come to the Vikings games and come hungry. You will get a great view of the court anywhere you sit and enjoy a great game.
The atmosphere at the Vikings games is lively with its students, pep band and video boards. The arena has a high school basketball feel to it even though the Vikings are in D-I. This is a program on the rise though and soon they will likely need to expand. So get in on the ground floor.
The Vikings are in the Big Sky Conference, which includes Eastern Washington, Idaho, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, North Dakota, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Cal State Sacramento, Southern Utah and Weber State. These teams will be trying to win the Big Sky Conference Tournament to earn an automatic bid to the Big Dance. Can the Vikings do it?
These teams will also be trying to win the regular season conference title to earn a postseason bid. So the action at Stott Center will be intense all season. Don’t miss out on the great Vikings basketball action at Stott Center this season.
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