2/24/12

San Diego Pulls Away From Pacific Baseball, 6-1

Sophomore C Riley Drongesen roped two doubles and Michael Benson allowed just two runs in six innings in his first career start for Pacific, but the San Diego Toreros turned a 2-1 contest into a 6-1 win with four runs in their final two at bat Friday afternoon at Cunningham Stadium. more

2/24/12

Tigers Drop Final Home Game In A Heartbreaker, 69-68 to Cal State Fullerton

In its third straight home game decided in the final seconds, Pacific dropped a 69-68 decision to Cal State Fullerton on Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Alex G. Spanos Center. more

2/23/12

Armagost And The Offense Shut Down No. 21 Oklahoma State, 5-0

Kicking off their week at the Cathedral City Classic, the Pacific softball team began play in top form as the Tigers shutout the No. 21 ranked Oklahoma State Cowgirls, 5-0, on Thursday, February 23. more

2/23/12

No. 21 Oregon State Nips Pacific Baseball in San Diego

The Pacific baseball team battled back from a five-run deficit to close within one, but No. 21 Oregon State pulled away for a 10-7 win Thursday afternoon at Cunningham Stadium. more

2/23/12

Pacific Suffers A Setback, Falls 3-2 to BYU

Looking to keep their momentum going from their early victory, the Pacific softball team could not overcome the many obstacles thrown in their way against BYU, falling 3-2 on Thursday, February 23. more

2/23/12

Student pharmacists shine at CPhA Outlook

Student pharmacists proudly represented Pacific at the California Pharmacists Association Outlook annual meeting. The event was held in Sacramento, CA from February 2-5, 2012. more

2/23/12

IPSF Hosts 2nd Annual Viva La Pharmacie

On January 25, Pacific’s International Pharmaceutical Students Federation (IPSF) hosted Viva La Pharmacie at the Chan Family Health Sciences Learning Center and Clinics to give students the opportunity to learn about pharmacy practice in various countries. more

Nationally Recognized Sexual Violence Expert to Speak at Pacific
2/23/12

Nationally Recognized Sexual Violence Expert to Speak at Pacific

Rape is a violent sex crime, and most laws address it as just that. But according to Wendy Murphy, that entirely misses the point. At its core, rape isn't just about forced sex, rather it is a violation of a person's human rights more

2/22/12

Pacific Baseball Opens USD Tournament Against No. 21 Oregon State Thursday

The Pacific baseball team will face a fifth-straight ranked team at 2 pm on Thursday, opening a weekend tournament in San Diego against the Oregon State Beavers, ranked No. 21 in the Baseball America Top 25. more

2/22/12

Two New Regents Elected to Pacific’s Board

Two new members were elected to University of the Pacific's Board of Regents. Susanne Stirling, the vice president of international affairs for the California Chamber of Commerce, and Ron Berberian, an owner and partner of several San Joaquin County businesses more