62 Years of Stagg Stadium: The Rich History of a Stockton Landmark
2/26/12

62 Years of Stagg Stadium: The Rich History of a Stockton Landmark

Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium was an instant Stockton landmark when it opened in 1950. Overnight, it became the city's center of sports, entertainment and grand ceremonies. When football games were not being played, the stadium hosted a plethora of University and community events more

2/26/12

Stagg Stadium to Close While University Conducts Feasibility Study

University of the Pacific's Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium has been temporarily closed, due to safety and accessibility concerns. The University will no longer schedule events in the stadium until a feasibility study can be completed analyzing the costs and efforts needed to modernize the historic sports arena. more

2/25/12

Pacific Completes A Perfect Day Two With A 5-2 Win Over Syracuse

Riding high from its big win earlier in the day, the Pacific softball team kept its winning ways rolling in its night cap of the Cathedral City Classic with a 5-2 victory over Syracuse on Friday, February 24. more

2/25/12

Bonnet A-Ok As Pacific Blows Away The Cyclones, 8-0

Getting back on track at the Cathedral City Classic, the Pacific softball team blew out the Cyclones of Iowa State, 8-0 in five innings, on Friday, February 24. Freshman Dani Bonnet led the Tigers efforts in the circle as the new Tiger picked up her first career victory to push Pacific to 2-1 at the tournament and 4-6 on the year. more

2/25/12

Pacific Kept Battling, But Fall In Four To USC

The Pacific men's volleyball team continued Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) play on Friday, February 24 in the Alex G. Spanos Center against USC.  more

2/25/12

Tigers Finish Big Upsetting No. 14 Texas A&M 2-0

Returning to the form that won them the 2011 Big West title, the Pacific softball team finished its big weekend at the Cathedral City Classic with an impressive 2-0 shutout of No. 14 Texas A&M on Saturday, February 25. more

2/25/12

Pacific Drops Back-And-Forth Affair To UC Davis, 65-61

In a game that saw eight ties and seven lead changes, it was visiting UC Davis who emerged victorious, using a 15-7 run over the final five minutes to defeat the Pacific women's basketball team 65-61 Saturday, Feb. 25, in a Big West counter. 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

2/24/12

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

Info session for International Opportunities for Faculty

CIEE, one of Pacific's approved education abroad program providers, will be hosting an information session on Wednesday, Feb. 29 about the international opportunities offered to faculty. These opportunities include site visits, conferences, and professional development seminars abroad more