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11
Feb

Tripp Earns WCC Player of the Week

SAN BRUNO, Calif. – Helping the Tigers notch a 2-0 record during the week with wins over San Francisco (60-48) and Pepperdine  (79-78), senior guard Jahlil Tripp delivered two unbelievable stat lines. First, Tripp tallied 8 points, 20 rebounds, 2 assists, one block and one steal against the Dons on Thursday, Feb. 6. These efforts marked the first 20-rebound game by a WCC player since

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15
Jan

WCC Basketball Tournament Tickets

WCC Basketball Tournament Tickets On behalf of the Pacific Athletic Foundation (PAF), we would like to share an exclusive offer to purchase tickets to this year’s 2020 WCC Basketball Tournament. The tournament will occur from March 5-10 at the Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada featuring each of our men’s and women’s basketball teams. This exclusive ticket offer will

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16
Dec

Men’s Water Polo NCAA Runner-Up

Tigers finish season as national runner-up The Pacific men’s water polo team (17-6) fell to Stanford (21-2), 13-8, on Sunday afternoon at Chris Kjeldsen Pool in the NCAA Men’s Water Polo National Championship. Despite the loss, the Tigers enjoyed one of their most successful seasons in recent memory, finishing as the national runner-up for the second time since 2013. WHAT

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16
Dec

Former Tiger Speaks to Student-Athletes

Leonard Armato Speaks to Pacific Student-Athletes On November 20th, all Pacific student-athletes and sport management/business marketing students were invited to a special presentation featuring former UOP men’s basketball player, Leonard Armato. Armato is a leader in developing, positioning, and building “high growth” brands converging sports, entertainment, marketing, and technology. He is the founder and CEO of Management Plus Enterprises (MPE)

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26
Nov

Water Polo Earns NCAA Bid

Pacific Earns Semifinal Bid for NCAA Tournament STOCKTON, Calif. – The NCAA Men’s Water Polo Committee announced Sunday night the seven teams that have qualified for the 2019 National Collegiate Men’s Water Polo Championship. Following a 16-5 season and their third consecutive Golden Coast Conference regular season title, Pacific earned the No. 2 seed, which automatically places the Tigers into one of two

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13
Nov

2019-20 Tiger Den Schedule

The Tiger Den is located in the end zone nearest the visitors’ bench and is available exclusively to PAF Courtside Club and Damon’s Circle members. It includes unlimited beer and wine, which can only be consumed in the Tiger Den area. The Tiger Den will be open for 12 games throughout the season and will cost $15/game or $150 for

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25
Oct

Pacific Upgrades Spanos Center

STOCKTON, Calif. – The Pacific Athletics Department is proud to announce the completion of multiple renovations within the Alex G. Spanos Center. These projects were possible with a generous donation from the Spanos family. The 6,150-seat arena was revamped from floor to ceiling, with the refurbishment and redesign of the basketball and volleyball courts, upgraded West Coast Conference logo and

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25
Oct

Baseball & Softball Enjoy Successful Alumni Weekend

STOCKTON, Calif.- The Pacific baseball and softball programs recently hosted their annual alumni weekend from Oct. 11-13. The weekend kicked off on Friday, Oct. 11 with the Pacific baseball golf scramble at Elkhorn Golf Course. Later that evening, Pacific softball welcomed its former student-athletes to join head coach Brian Kolze and his staff at Valley Brew in Stockton for drinks and appetizers.

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20
Sep

20th Annual Orange & Black Ball Raises Over $100,000

The Pacific Athletic Foundation (PAF), dedicated to raising funds and generating revenue for Pacific Athletics while improving the lives of Pacific student-athletes, recently celebrated its 20th Annual Orange & Black Ball on August 24th at the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium. The annual event attracted over 600 supporters and leaders within the Stockton and surrounding communities to support the PAF in its efforts to raise funds

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20
Sep

Swimming Adds Tiger Alum to Coaching Staff

Former University of the Pacific swimmer and NCAA B cut swimmer Taylor Moore has been hired by his alma mater as the next swimming and diving assistant coach, head coach Katelyn Herrington announced Tuesday. Moore returns to UOP after a three year stint as the head coach at Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, where his tenure included three straight CAL

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