For the third year in a row from July 16th-23rd, Stockton serves up a $50,000 purse and a chance to compete at the US Open.
TySean Powell joined the Pacific Men's Basketball team June of 2016 as transfer from Duquesne. Due to NCAA transfer rules he redshirted last season and will join the active roster in this year. We are in for a treat...
Delta College Athletics once again offers its exciting Summer Sports Camps for Kids, June 5–9, 12–16, and July 24–28, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. This year's camps will feature basketball AND soccer! Both camps will be open to boys and girls, ages 5-13. The camps will take place at Delta’s beautiful Blanchard Gym and BRAND NEW Mustangs Soccer Stadium.
And An Inside Look on the 2017-18 Schedule
Associate Head Coach Leonard Perry sat down with broadcaster Zack Bayrouty to discuss the two new transfers, Jahlil Tripp & Roberto Gallinat and give fans an inside peek at the non-conference schedule for the upcoming season.
The Pacific women's basketball team unveiled a newly renovated and upgraded Wilson & Leanne Yu Locker Room. The upgraded locker room was named after Wilson & Leanne Yu, generous donors to the Pacific women's basketball program over the last seven years. The Tigers lockers received an overhaul, with custom built wood lockers with individualized lock boxes and phone charging stations with branded Powercat seat pads. The locker room also now features a nutrition station.
The University of the Pacific and Visit Stockton will host three NCAA Championship Events the NCAA announced Tuesday, with both the Men's & Women's Water Polo Championship coming to Chris Kjeldsen Pool in the 2019-20 seasons and the Division I Men's Golf Regional in 2022 coming to The Reserve at Spanos Park.
Associate Head Coach Leonard Perry sits down with broadcaster Zack Bayrouty to talk about the three transfers that sat out last season (Miles Reynolds (Saint Louis), TySean Powell (Duquesne) and Kendall Small (Oregon) and what to expect to see from them this year.
The First Tee of San Joaquin will begin its Spring Tour for boys and girls ages 5-17 on March 25th.
The First Tee of San Joaquin will begin its Spring Tour for boys and girls ages 5-17 on March 25th. Children will learn sportsmanship, respect and other core values while learning the fundamentals of golf. The nine-week sessions are held every Saturday morning and equipment will be provided. The cost is $60 and includes a logo golf cap.
Three big home games are on the docket for the Tigers this month. As of Jan. 2, Pacific leads the WCC in offensive rebounds per game (13.1) and is second in free throw attempts (331) and rebounds (608) and third in free throws made (223) and rebound margin (5.5).