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Tiger Thursday with Ted Leland for Aug. 22

Aug 22, 2013

Orange And Black Ball Set For Saturday
The Tigers will host their annual Orange and Black ball this Saturday, Aug. 24. Honorary chairpersons Andy & Carol Prokop cordially invite you to attend this premier Stockton event which is nearly sold out. Enjoy a fun-filled night of wine tasting, fantastic hors d'oeuvres, tasty adult beverages, fabulous dinner by Angelina's. auctions, great live entertainment, and dancing! The auction guide for the event is now available. Click here for the Auction Guide

Pacific Men's Basketball Announces 2013-14 Schedule
Pacific Men's Basketball makes its official return to the West Coast Conference as the 2013-14 schedule has been announced. The Tigers will open the WCC schedule with a home game against Saint Mary's College on Monday, Dec. 30. The schedule is tentative and is subject to change due to potential television matchups. Two more home games will be added to the Pacific schedule.

Tiger Soccer Kicks Off The New Year Friday
It's official! The new 2013-14 season is upon us as Pacific soccer kicks off the Tigers' new campaign as members of the WCC on Friday night as they take on Missouri on the road. You can follow the game online on GameTracker courtesy of Missouri Athletics. 

Men's Water Polo Tabbed Third In MPSF Preseason Poll
The Pacific men's water polo team was picked third in the preseason Mountain Pacific Sports Federation poll released Tuesday. It's the highest the Tigers have been tabbed before the season in program history. The Tigers finished sixth in last season's final standings, but lost no letter-winners from last year's squad.

Stagg Stadium Update
Currently the Athletic Department, in collaboration with the Department of Capital Planning/Space Management and Department of Support Services, is moving forward with the plan for removing Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium which was approved by the Board of Regents in April 2012.  Over the next few weeks, a design team is calculating the final grade for the remaining dirt once the stadium is removed in order to correctly place competitive facilities for field hockey, soccer, and tennis within the stadium site. In addition, a plan is being finalized in the coming weeks for the relocation of existing cell phone towers that are housed on the stadium light poles. Once the final grade has been set and once cell phone towers have been accommodated, the University will seek a demolition permit from the City of Stockton.  The goal for the stadium removal is to have competitive facilities built and playable within the former stadium site for the fall semester of 2014.

 
Don't forget to show your support of the Tigers and wear your colors every Friday! 

Until next week, Go Tigers!

Ted Leland
Athletic Director
University of the Pacific



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