Khy Kabellis joined the Pacific Tigers this season as a transfer from North Dakota State. He will sit out this year per NCAA rules and will have two years of eligibility. While with North Dakota State, he averaged 11.2 points as well as 2.7 rebounds and assists. Logged 18 double-digit scoring performances on the year. Here is a sneak peek at what we can look forward to.
A letter to the Pacific Community from Ted Leland, Director of Athletics
Dear Friends: "Make the Dreams of Others Come True." That's how I've often described my job and what a privilege it has been. As I announce my retirement, effective October, 23, 2017, I'm overwhelmed with gratitude. I'm grateful to my wife and family who allowed me to focus my professional life on college sports—the "toy store" of life.
Kendall Small will be the starting point guard for the Tigers this season. Here is what you can expect from the Oregon transfer
Today, Elinor Banks, Candace Gonzales, Edith Villapudua and Guadalupe Zapien-Aguilera filed formal Claims for Damage or Injury against San Joaquin County after suffering sexual discrimination, harassment and retaliation at the hands of their supervisor, Christopher Bruno, and his male cohorts for nearly two years.
Long-time Manteca Resident Passes Away
Pete Morales, longtime Manteca resident and barber, passed away on Aug. 12, 2017. He was born Dec. 30, 1930 in Denver, Colorado.
A pair of Pacific women's basketball graduates will continue their careers in Europe as Eli Lopez Sagrera has accepted a post-graduate scholarship in Ireland and and Mauriana Clayton signed professionally in Greece.
8/18/2017 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The Pacific women's soccer team begins their regular season this Friday when they host Fresno State at 7 PM at Knoles Field. It will be the first time since 2003 the Tigers play host to the Bulldogs in Stockton.
By Greg Dill
At a recent meeting of my staff, the topic of diabetes came up. When we went around the table, it turned out that 25 percent of them have problems with blood sugar. That figure exactly matches the percentage of Americans 65 years old and older who have diabetes or a condition called pre-diabetes.
8/30/2017 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
California is number one, but it’s not a ranking that makes anyone proud. According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Golden State had a national record 4,521 drug overdose deaths, the bulk of those attributed to opioids. In fact, more Californians now die from drug poisoning each year than car accidents.
8/16/2017 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
San Joaquin Delta College will award over $206,000 in scholarships to 172 students at its annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony, Wednesday, August 16, 4 p.m. at Atherton Auditorium. A reception to honor the recipients will follow in Danner Hall. The public is welcome.