Dr. Tasker Helps Pacific Athletes Tune Their Minds For Sports Performance As an athlete, I can testify to my mind telling me to give up before my body feels physically incapable of pushing anymore. Adrenaline wears off. Distractions occur. The … Continued
Young and fast, the women’s XC team is looking to compete for conference title The women’s cross-country team has been making a name for themselves all season long: The team finished third at the Mike Johnson Classic in Western Oregon … Continued
A Slow Start, But Looking For Team Chemistry To Raise Them Up After an impressive 4-0 start in the preseason, Boxer Volleyball seemed to begin a new chapter. Last season, with a record of 8-12, the Boxers did not perform … Continued
After Two Season Injury, QB1 Returns, and With Conviction On September 17, under the lights at Hanson Stadium in Forest Grove, Pacific football fans were a bit uneasy in their seats as the Boxers were down 10-7 at halftime to … Continued
Sixteen new players and a new head coach make up this year’s women’s soccer team It is an understatement to say that the Boxer Women’s soccer team is filled with a few new faces: Not only does the team have … Continued
The Pacific University Men’s and Women’s cross country teams both ran at the NW Conference Championships last Saturday, October 30th in Mcminnville. The women’s team placed second overall and the men’s team finished fourth overall, which is the highest combined team finish at the NW Conference Championships in school history.
Many student-athletes seek to develop and improve upon their physical strengths, so the mental side of the sports is often not prioritized. As athletes encounter situations that test their mental strength, many often struggle to find ways to deal with the mental side of their sports. Pacific University offers resources for student-athletes who seek advice about aiding any struggles.
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is a tucked-away student-run club that is an integral part of the Division III athletic community here at Pacific. Each athletic team has a few representatives that are determined to gain awareness and spread the word about all things in the Pacific athletic community.