Tiger Talk: Where Are They Now? – 6/9


Tiger Talk is back next week on Tuesday, June 9th with a special “Where Are They Now?” edition featuring three former Pacific student-athletes who have seen great success in their careers upon graduation. Featured guests include former volleyball player, Heather Cox ’92 (Schoeny), Former swimmer and men’s water polo player, Brad Schumacher ’97, and former men’s basketball player, Charles Terrell ’94.

The Tiger Talk will be live from 4:00-5:00 on Zoom. To join the conversation, visit https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84009494749.

More Information on our Featured Guests

Heather Cox ’92 was member and captain of the Pacific Volleyball team from 1988-1991. The team was ranked in the top five nationally all four years, They reached the Final Four and were the National Runner-Up in 1990. She graduated with a degree in Communications in 1992 and currently works as a sportscaster for NBC Sports. She is a sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football and also covers both the summer and winter Olympics and the PGA. She previously worked for ESPN for 22 years.

Brad Schumacher ’97 earned All-America honors for water polo in 1992, ’93, 94′, and ’96, while collecting All-America honors for swimming in 1994 and ’95. As a swimmer at Pacific , he recorded the fastest ever times in the Big West Conference 50, 100, 200 freestyle events. He led the water polo team to #5 national ranking during 1993 season and #6 national ranking in 1996. He went on to be a two-time, two-sport Olympian, winning two gold medals in swimming as a member of the relay teams at the 1996 Summer Olympics. Four years later, he was a member of the U.S. Men’s Water Polo team in the 2000 Summer Olympics. He is currently the co-founder of KAP 7, Inc., one of the world’s largest suppliers of water polo equipment.

Charles (Chuck) Terrell ’94 was a point guard on the Men’s Basketball team from 1992-94 under former head coach, Bob Thomason. He is currently a Nike pro basketball marketing executive. He oversees Kevin Durant’s shoe contract and works with many players on developing their brand.

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