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Maddie Russell At The NCAA Convention
The senior swimmer and sports leadership and management major is soaking in the experience of leadership of Pacific's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and making connections at the NCAA Convention.
Pacific Women's Basketball Player Rilee Price Dribbling Basketball
Pacific's women's basketball team has clinched its fourth consecutive Northwest Conference Tournament berth while the Boxer men are in contention for the program's first-ever tournament appearance.
Politics & Government and the Undergraduate Student Senate are proud to host Politics and Sports, a two-part lecture series featuring the annual "In Your Face Lecture." Join us for discussions on labor, media, transgender issues, and justice.
It's not too late to register for spring intramural leagues — volleyball, pickleball, flag football, soccer and more! Or maybe relaxing yoga is more your thing. Simply show up on Thursdays for drop-in yoga. Activities start in February. 
Calling all students, faculty and staff! Register now for spring intramural leagues. Go to for details. Also, drop-in yoga is back on Thursdays. Activities start in February. 
The Spring Intramural schedule is posted and registration is open for all leagues! Spring leagues include basketball, volleyball, flag football, pickleball, ultimate frisbee, soccer and more! All students, faculty and staff welcome!
Pacific University’s fourth annual Athletic Giving Days hit the ground running and sprinted to the finish line, breaking records and raising vital funds for our Boxer athletic programs. 
Catch all the action of Boxer football vs. Willamette at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in Hanson Stadium. Employees get one free complimentary ticket for home games when requested in advance by noon on Fridays.
Kevin Bryant, Athletic facilities-operations coordinator, has been inducted to the Oregon Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame. The official induction ceremony will take place in April 2024.
Members and coaches of the Pacific handball team come together with the College of Optometry and the U.S. Handball Association to develop ASTM eye protection standards for the sport.