The first PAF Coaches Luncheon of the 2017-18 season will be held on Tuesday, October 10th and will feature 5 of our Pacific sports including; Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Field Hockey, Men’s Soccer and Women’s Soccer
We invite you to join us in attending these luncheons, which will feature 3-5 Pacific head coaches as well as one of their student-athletes. The program will include a short speaking engagement from each of our coaches highlighting their program along with a Q&A session involving our coaches and our student-athletes.
All PAF Coaches Luncheons will take place at Dave Wong’s Restaurant located at 2828 W. March Lane from 11:45 A.M. – 1:00 P.M. and will include a “family style” luncheon setup. The cost to attend is $25 per person and all proceeds will benefit the PAF Impact Fund.
If you are interested in attending, please RSVP online by clicking here, or contact Bri Rodriguez at 209-946-2230 or email@example.com.
October Featured Coaches
Damon Stoudamire – Men’s Basketball
Damon Stoudamire is entering his second season as the Pacific head men’s basketball coach in 2017-18 after being named the Tigers’ 22nd head coach on March 16, 2016.
In his first season at the helm of the Pacific Tigers men’s basketball program, Stoudamire helped the Orange and Black register their first-ever West Coast Conference Tournament victory as the Tigers beat Pepperdine to advance in the tournament.
The Tigers begin the season on the road at Stanford on Sunday, November 12.
Bradley Davis – Women’s Basketball
Bradley Davis is set to begin his third season as head coach of the Pacific women’s basketball program. Prior to being named the 10th head coach in program history, Davis served as the Associate Head Coach for three seasons under Lynne Roberts and was an assistant for six seasons before that.
During his time as head coach, Davis has led the Tigers to signature victories such as North Carolina and Gonzaga in 2015-16 and then handed Gonzaga their first loss at home in 2017.
Davis and the Tigers begin action on Monday, November 13 as they take on Cal State Fullerton in the Spanos Center.
Andy Smith – Field Hockey
Andy Smith is in his fifth season as head coach of the Pacific Field Hockey program and is off to a 3-5 start with a tough schedule that has seen four top-20 ranked teams.
Last season the Tigers broke a number of scoring records including scoring the most goals in program history and notching the program’s three highest-scoring games in Pacific history with 12-0, 11-3, and 8-2 victories. That year the Tigers took home eight conference awards, advanced to the America East Conference Championship and won 16 games, which marked the most in program history.
The Tigers are on the road this weekend facing three more ranked opponents in No. 18 William & Mary, No. 8 Boston College and No. 4 Virginia.
Ryan Jorden – Men’s Soccer
After coming off a record year in 2016 where Pacific reached the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament, Ryan Jorden has picked up right where he left off and has the Tigers off to a 7-1 start.
Pacific is currently ranked No. 17 in the United Soccer Coaches poll, and was ranked No. 14 last week before suffering their first loss to UC Santa Barbara. These mark the highest Coaches Poll rankings in program history.
The Tigers are about to begin a five-match road trip starting with Oregon State on Friday night. They then travel to Morgantown, West Virginia on October 1st before opening up WCC play on October 7th.
Kerri Scroope – Women’s Soccer
Kerri Scoope is in her second season as head coach of the Pacific women’s soccer program. The Tigers have started the season with a 2-6-2 record and have scored at least one goal in all but three matches.Scroope returned 2016 leading goal scorer and West Coast Conference All-Freshman team member, Sigrid Aas. She currently has 2 goals and 2 assists on the season.The Tigers are back in action this Friday to close out their non-conference schedule at home against CSU Bakersfield.