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Pacific's head athletics trainer, in Las Vegas with the men's wrestling team, sprang into action to help those injured in Sunday's vehicle crash on a busy sidewalk.
Warren Shaw, father of Boxer quarterback Warner Shaw, temporarily moved from Hawai‘i to Oregon to cheer on the team in his son's final year. “There’s enough Hawai'i here, it rubs off. Even other parents, they kind of have a little Hawai’i spirit.”
Pacific biology degree offered strong route to veterinary school for 2009 alumna. "I actually think it helped set me apart from other applicants."
Jill (Remiticado) Uyeda '03 helped start Pacific's women's wrestling program. Today, she uses the tenacity she learned as a wrestler and the science she learned as a physics major in her construction career.
The first-ever husband-wife team be among those inducted into the university's athletic hall of fame on October 2.
Heron Souza de Azevedo ’14 has worked nearly a decade to help grow American football in his native Brazil. In July 2015, he represented his nation's team at the International Federation of American Football World Championship in Ohio.
Richardson Family
Growing up, Avery Richardson ’17 wasn’t sure his father’s alma mater was even real.
1902 Womans Basketball Team
The Nov. 15, 1905, issue of The Pacific Index reported that both men and women were gearing up for a season of the relatively new-fangled game of basketball. Women had participated in athletics at Pacific before. They were members of the archery team, and they played on the tennis squad with the men. Basketball, however, was something a little different.
Eddie Carillo with his family.
Eddie Carrillo ‘15 fulfills dreams, for his family and himself.
Cameron Davis '13 didn't get into med school on the first try. It's what happened next that sets Pacific University apart.

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