Pacific Tigers

14-18

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 66.8 305th
Rebounds Per Game 32.5 305th
Assists Per Game 10.2 341st
Points Allowed 70.0 140th
2018-19 WCC Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Gonzaga 16-0 33-4
Saint Mary's 11-5 22-12
BYU 11-5 19-13
San Francisco 9-7 21-10
Loyola Marymount 8-8 22-12
Santa Clara 8-8 16-15
San Diego 7-9 21-15
Pepperdine 6-10 16-18
Pacific 4-12 14-18
Portland 0-16 7-25

Pacific Tigers News

  • ESPN.com: Lakers agree with Cousins, bring back Rondo

    The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to a one-year deal with free agent center DeMarcus Cousins, and have brought back point guard Rajon Rondo on a two-year deal, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne.

    Agent, Jeff Schwartz of Excel Sports told ESPN Cousins' deal is worth $2.3 million.

    The Miami Heat had interest in Cousins, but several Lakers players -- including Anthony Davis -- helped convince him to join the Lakers, league sources told ESPN.

    Cousins surprised many by signing a one-year, $5.3 million deal with the Golden State Warriors last July amid his recovery from a torn left Achilles.

    The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to a one-year deal with free agent center DeMarcus Cousins, and have brought back point guard Rajon Rondo on a two-year deal, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne.

    Agent, Jeff Schwartz of Excel Sports told ESPN Cousins' deal is worth $2.3 million.

    The Miami Heat had interest in Cousins, but several Lakers players -- including Anthony Davis -- helped convince him to join the Lakers, league sources told ESPN.

    Cousins surprised many by signing a one-year, $5.3 million deal with the Golden State Warriors last July amid his recovery from a torn left Achilles.

  • Pacific Takes: Way too early Pacific Takes 2020 NBA mock draft: Can Washington's Isaiah Stewart go number one?

    New York - James Wiseman C Memphis
    Cleveland - Anthony Edwards G Georgia
    Memphis - Theo Maledon PG France
    Phoenix - Isaiah Stewart PF Washington - Stewart is a classic power forward who is just as good as any of the three players going before him. I don't see him lasting past the first five picks.
    Sacramento - LaMelo Ball PG SPIRE Academy
    Miami - Cole Anthony PG North Carolina
    Clippers - RJ Hampton SG Little Elm, TX
    Chicago - Deni Avdija SF Israel
    Dallas - Ochai Agbaji SG Kansas
    Atlanta - Ayo Dosunmu PG Illinois
    Washington - Kahlil Whitney SF Kentucky
    Charlotte - Precious Achiuwa SF Memphis
    Minnesota - Nico Mannion PG Arizona - An all-around talent with athleticism and three-point range, Mannion is exactly what the NBA is looking for right now.

  • Bleacher Report: Report: 4-Star Arizona Recruit Terry Armstrong to Bypass College, Pursue Pros

    On Wednesday, Arizona commit Terry Armstrong became the latest prep star to turn down college, as he'll reportedly head overseas or play in the G League as a professional next season.

    Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reported the news, while Corey Evans of Rivals noted there may have been questions about his academic eligibility that led to this decision.

    Armstrong joins R.J. Hampton, Kenyon Martin Jr. and LaMelo Ball as members of the 2019 class to choose pro basketball over playing in college. Ball, like Armstrong, had eligibility issues, while Hampton and Martin did not have questions about their standing with the NCAA.

  • Pacific Takes: Ranking the top Pac-12 NBA Draft prospect just before the Draft.

    Other top prospects

    Bennie Boatwright Sr. SF USC

    Zylan Cheatham Sr. SF Arizona State

    Noah Dickerson Sr. PF Washington

    Brandon Randolph So. SG Arizona

    Stephen Thompson Sr. SG Oregon State

  • Bleacher Report: Mystery Man: NBA Draft Prospect Bol Bol Has Scouts, Execs Split on His Potential

    When he saw the 7-footer sink a turnaround three, Barret Peery had to pause the film. It was early November, and Peery and his Portland State staff were preparing for their season opener against Oregon. The Vikings had almost beaten the Ducks the prior year in Eugene, and the staff felt familiar with most of their opponent's best players.

    But there was one big exception: 7'2" freshman center Bol Bol.

    Peery watched the skinny big man bounce up and down the court, handling the ball like he was born to be a guard, shooting it like he grew up a Steph Curry fan and blocking shots like he was becoming his father's son.

  • Bleacher Report: Former 5-Star PF Jordan Brown Transferring to Arizona from Nevada

    Former 5-star recruit Jordan Brown is leaving Nevada and will continue his college basketball career at Arizona.

    Brown announced his decision via Twitter on Friday:

    This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.

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  • Official Site of the Tigers: Tigers Sign Daniss Jenkins for 2019-20 Season

    STOCKTON, Calif. - Head Coach Damon Stoudamire and his staff have added another incoming freshman to their 2019-20 roster -- a 6'3" guard out of Dallas Hillcrest High School.

    Daniss Jenkins, a two-time all-region selection averaged 24.5 points, 7.1 assists, 3.5 steals and 2.0 blocks per game as a senior en route to being named the Dallas Independent School District Offensive Player of the Year and a finalist for the Dallas ISD Most Valuable Player.

    "Daniss is a player who will definitely have an impact on our program," expressed Stoudamire. "His upside is tremendous and his ability to be a two-way player will be invaluable.

  • Official Site of the Tigers: WCC Announces 2019-20 Men's Basketball Conference Matchups

    SAN BRUNO, Calif. - The West Coast Conference has announced the 16 conference matchups for each of its 10 men's basketball teams for the 2019-20 season. This is the second season the WCC will play a 16-game schedule after changes adopted by the WCC Presidents' Council as part of the Conference's Men's Basketball Enhancement Plan prior to the start of the 2018-19 season.

    These schedule initiatives demonstrate the league-wide commitment by West Coast Conference Presidents and Athletic Directors to adopt an innovative approach to advance men's basketball on the national stage as a multiple NCAA bid Conference.

  • Bleacher Report: Dennis Rodman's Son DJ Commits to Play Basketball at Washington State

    DJ Rodman, the son of Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman, has committed to play basketball for the Washington State Cougars.

    WSU Men's Basketball

    We're excited to introduce our newest Cougar. Welcome to the family, DJ Rodman! Story: https://t.co/f3hCwYaPu2 #GoCougs | #Nerdball https://t.co/mFJ7rbWhlr

    "DJ is a shotmaker who has a really good feel for the game," Washington State coach Kyle Smith said in a statement on the team's official website. "He was a very productive player displaying the ability to score and rebound at a high clip in one of the best high school leagues in California, the Trinity League.

  • Pacific Takes: We update our team of the best Pac-12 alums across the NBA this season.

    We're in the middle of best time of the NBA Playoffs so let's update our All-Pac-12 All-NBA alumni team for 2018-19.

    C Nikola Vucevic Orlando (USC) - He's slowly but surely turned into the best Pac-12 alum center, though that's not a huge accomplishment given the lack of quality big men the conference has produced recently. This was his best season yet, average 20 points per-game and 12 rebounds along with three assists and a block while leading the Magic to the Playoffs for the first time since 2012.

    PF Kyle Kuzma Lakers (Utah) - The former Ute continued to turn into a star and filled in the void by the injured LeBron James for the Lakers much of the season.

  • Official Site of the Tigers: Four Tigers Snag All-Conference Awards, Mabrey Earns Freshman of the Year

    STOCKTON, Calif. - Four Tigers were named to All-WCC Teams, the West Coast Conference announced on Tuesday.

    Freshman of the Year Jessica Mabrey would highlight the Pacific pack taking the first-year honor and All-Second Team accolade followed by an All-First Team honor from junior Hailey Reed and two All-Second Team awards from Madison Hopper and Carly Lucchetti.

    This marks the second time in program history that UOP has ever earned the Freshman of the Year award, Hailey Reed being the first player to do so sharing Co-Freshman of the Year her first season.

  • Official Site of the Tigers: Pacific takes on Nevada on Tuesday

    Pacific baseball's season is rapidly winding down and the Tigers will play the first of their final five games on Tuesday at 6 p.m. in Reno against Nevada

    GAMEDAY INFO

    Tuesday, May 14, 2019

    Pacific at Nevada | 6:00 p.m. PST

    Venue: William Peccole Park

    Weather: MCloudy | High of 74, Low of 52 | 10% chance of precipitation

    Video (TheW.tv): https://nevadawolfpack.com/sports/2017/7/28/mountain-west-network.aspx?master=watch

    Live stats (Provided by San Diego): https://nevadawolfpack.com/sidearmstats/baseball/summary

    PROBABLE STARTERS

    PROJECTED PITCHERS...

    GAME ONE (Pacific) Joe Standley | So. | LHP | 7.

  • Official Site of the Tigers: Tigers fall on three-run eighth inning

    Pacific baseball played spoiler with last night's win by eliminating San Diego from West Coast Conference Tournament contention and looked to give the Toreros a loss on their senior day, but three runs in the eighth inning pulled out a win for San Diego on Sunday, 4-2.

    The Tigers scored two runs in the top of the fourth inning and got an outstanding seven innings of work out of their junior starting pitcher Ryan Shreve, but couldn't capitalize in the late-inning loss.

    Shreve gave up a single in the top of the first inning before retiring 15 Toreros in a row and carried a two-hitter into the seventh inning.

  • Official Site of the Tigers: Tigers Add Gary Chivichyan to 2019-20 Roster

    STOCKTON, Calif. - Pacific Men's Basketball Head coach Damon Stoudamire and his staff are excited to announce the addition of a 6'4" shooting guard Gary Chivichyan to the 2019-20 Tiger squad.

    Chivichyan, who graduates this month with a degree in Communications, comes to Pacific after a four-year stint with the Idaho State men's basketball program.

    "Gary is a wing that brings experience and three-point shooting to our squad, said Coach Stoudamire. "He is an underrated ball handler that can get to his spots on the floor and make the right play from those spots. He is committed to making himself a better player and we as a staff are excited about getting Gary on campus.

  • Official Site of the Tigers: Pacific Men's Basketball Signs Two for 2019-20 season

    Pacific Men's Basketball Head coach Damon Stoudamire is pleased to announce the signing of two transfers, James Hampshire and Broc Finstuen, out of Casper College.

    Hampshire and Finstuen helped lead the Thunderbirds to a 32-3 overall record and an 87-74 Region IX Championship victory over Sheridan College. With the Region IX tournament title, Casper College earned its first berth to the NJCAA national championships in 23 years. The Thunderbirds finished their 2018-19 campaign ranked sixth in the nation and their 32 wins ranks second in program history.

    Hampshire is a 7'1" post player from Flagstaff, Ariz. He came off of the bench to averaged 6 points per game while shooting 64% from the field.

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