The Dam Cup celebrates the friendly rivalry between the states of Oregon and Washington within the Big Sky Conference.
For the last three years it has been the sports teams collecting points to help their school fight for the Dam Cup. Starting this year, fans of each school now have the ability to collect points to help secure the Dam Cup. The school winner of the Dam Cup Fan Challenge will collect TWO points to add to their respective team total for the year.
The Dam Cup is based on a point system. Each game played in the five sports between the two schools has a point value. Points are only rewarded for regular season contests. The annual football game is worth four points, the women's soccer match is worth three points, each women's volleyball match is worth two points for a total of four points possible, and each men's and women's basketball game is worth two points for a total of four points possible in each sport. The total points possible are 21 which means that to win the cup a school would need to win at least 11 points.
Portland State won THE DAM CUP in the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 seasons. Eastern Washington won the 2012-2013 DAM CUP.
Volleyball @ EWU (9/23/13) - 2 Points
Soccer vs EWU (10/4/13) - 3 Points
Volleyball vs. EWU (10/28/13) - 2 Points
Football vs. EWU (11/23/13) - 4 Points
Women's Basketball vs. EWU (12/29/13) - 2 Points
Men's Basketball @ EWU (1/27/14) - 2 Points
Men's Basketball vs. EWU (2/24/14) - 2 points
Women's Basketball @ EWU (2/24/14) - 2 Points
The Dam Cup Fan Challenge - 2 points
Back to school, Viks! Good luck this week! #GoViks #PortlandState
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