Tigers Grab First Two Sets, But Fall To Warriors 3-2

Despite taking the first two games the Pacific men's volleyball squad fell the Warriors of Hawaii by the score of 3-2 (26-24, 25-22, 19-25, 25-27, 15-11) on February 3 in the Alex G. Spanos Center.  more


Tigers Ride Defense To Win Over CSU East Bay

The Pacific women's water polo team shut out visiting CSU East Bay for more than 16 minutes en route to an 8-4 win Saturday, Feb. 4, as part of the Pacific Invitational at the Chris Kjeldsen Aquatics Complex. more


Pacific Women's Basketball Hangs On For Win At Fullerton, 69-64

Once again, the Pacific women's basketball team closed strong, scoring 10 of the final 15 points for a 69-64 road win at Cal State Fullerton Saturday at Titan Gym.  more


Balanced Attack Propels Pacific To Huge Victory

Showing just how much depth it truly has, the Pacific women's water polo team routed visiting Azusa Pacific 16-5 Saturday, Feb. 4, as part of the Pacific Invitationa at the Chris Kjeldsen Aquatics Complex. more


Pacific Soccer Announces Nine Committed To Attend

Pacific women's soccer head coach Keith Coleman announced nine commitments to the Tigers for the 2012 season.  more


No Body is Perfect: A Panel Discussion on Eating Disorders

This informative event will be held at the President's Room at the University of the Pacific on Thursday, February 16 at 6 pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask the panelists questions ranging from how to identify an eating disorder, how to get a friend or family member into treatment to how are eating disorders treated. more


College Fair Comes to University of the Pacific

University of the Pacific will host one of the largest college fairs in the Central Valley, giving area students quick access to representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities from across North America.  more


Female Body Image Activist to Look at What Defines “Real Beauty”

Stacey Nadeau, one of the models featured in Dove's 2005 "Real Beauty" campaign that attempted to change the standards of what a beautiful woman resembles, will be at Pacific to educate young women about self-esteem and body image.  more


Afghani Law Professors to Train at McGeorge

Five Afghani law professors will arrive at Pacific McGeorge on February 5 to begin a six-week training program in the American justice system under a project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development more