A little more than 10 minutes into the 2018-19 Puget Sound men’s basketball season was all Jimmy Wohrer needed to eclipse the 1,000-point career milestone, and the senior is the Logger Club Logger of the Week.
The Puget Sound men’s basketball team held a lead for 29 consecutive minutes, but Sul Ross State rallied in the second half for a 86-77 win in the final game of the Doug McArthur Classic in Memorial Fieldhouse Sunday afternoon.
Jimmy Wohrer eclipsed 1,000 points for his Puget Sound career, and Aubrey Shelton won his first game as the head coach of the Logger men’s basketball program as Puget Sound outlasted Old Westbury, 101-100, in overtime Saturday evening in Memorial Fieldhouse. It was the first game of the 2018-19 season, and the first game of the Doug McArthur Classic.
The trip to Costa Rica was everything I thought it would be and more. Whether it was playing basketball against top Costa Rican talent, or zip-lining through beautiful rainforest, everyone made sure to take it all in.
Through these past few days, we’ve transitioned away from our basketball-intense business trip and we are now able to relax a bit and enjoy everything that Costa Rica has to offer. We were blessed enough to be able to play against some of the country’s top competition in our last two games, with both teams consisting of professionals from Costa Rica’s top division and national team players that represent the country in global competitions.
The Puget Sound men's basketball team is in Costa Rica, where the Loggers are competing against local teams, hosting youth basketball clinics, and touring the country. Incoming junior Stellan Roberts writes about the early parts of the Loggers' adventure.
Registration is now open for the 2018 Little Loggers Summer Camp. The camp is for children 6-12 years old, and is staffed by numerous Puget Sound coaches. Camp dates are July 9-12. Click HERE for registration and information.
University of Puget Sound athletics celebrated its 2017-18 year with the annual All-Sports Celebration in Memorial Fieldhouse Tuesday night. Former men's basketball student-athlete Matt Reid '16 was the emcee for the event.
After 12 seasons as head coach of the Puget Sound men’s basketball program, Justin Lunt announced that he is resigning from his post with the Loggers. Lunt has accepted the head coaching position at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon.
mmy Wohrer scored a team-high 22 points, but the Puget Sound men's basketball team lost its Northwest Conference semifinal matchup at No. 4 Whitworth, 97-79, Thursday night. The Loggers were the No. 3-seed, and the Pirates were the No. 2-seed.
The Puget Sound men’s basketball team ended the 2017-18 regular season the same way it began the regular season – with a six-game winning stream. Puget Sound topped Lewis & Clark, 92-65, on the road Saturday night.
The 2017-18 regular season might be coming to a close, but the Puget Sound men’s basketball team is preparing for more basketball. The Loggers conclude the regular season at Lewis & Clark, Saturday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. Puget Sound has already clinched a Northwest Conference Tournament bid, and the postseason run begins Thursday, Feb. 22.
The Puget Sound men’s basketball team overcame a nine-point deficit to beat Pacific Lutheran, 84-70, on the road Tuesday night. The Loggers (17-6, 10-5 NWC) outscored the Lutes (4-19, 1-14 NWC) by 23 points in the second half.
Puget Sound men’s basketball seniors Easton Driessen and Jeremiah Hobbs could not have asked for a better sendoff Saturday night. Playing in their final collegiate game in Memorial Fieldhouse, Driessen and Hobbs helped the Loggers to a 98-75 win over Pacific, and secured a Northwest Conference Tournament berth in the process.
With a postseason berth within reach, the Puget Sound men’s basketball team enters Senior Weekend by hosting Linfield and Pacific. The Loggers take on the Wildcats, Friday, Feb. 9 at 8 p.m., followed by a 6 p.m. battle against the Boxers, Saturday, Feb. 10.