By: Chelsea Igtanloc
Sports are great and such an awesome thing to be a part of, however not all students can make the time commitment required. Other students like the idea of staying active or enjoy outdoor activities that are not offered as intramural sports or sport clubs on campus. Thankfully, Pacific Recreation offers an amazing program for students who are looking for these types of activities.
By: Malavika Raj University of the Pacific’s Baseball season has begun, and the Tigers, fortunately, have had a pretty great start. Pacific’s Baseball team was set to open their season with three games against the Chicago State Cougars starting on February 16th at 6 P.M.
by Malavika Raj Lifestyles Editor Philip Hjorth is a freshman tennis player originally from Hoersholm, Denmark. Q: What is your major ? A: International Business Q: What are some pre-game rituals you and the tennis team take part in? A: I usually write down goals and objectives in my notebook for the match. With the team, we always put music on in the locker room.
Name: Caitlin Reynolds Age: 22 Graduation Year: 2019 Sport: Softball What made you get into softball?: My Dad and Grandpa played baseball in college and both my siblings play, so I grew up around playing and watching the game.
With the arrival of March comes the arrival of a yearly college tradition: postseason college basketball. Schools from across the country battle to earn a place in the NCAA March Madness Tournament, competing in their own respected conferences to be able to play on a national stage.