Monthly Newsletter                         April 2017
Pacific Athletic Foundation news, updates, and upcoming events 
An Evening to Celebrate the Legacy of Pacific Volleyball
On Sunday, April 9th, the PAF hosted an event to celebrate the legacy of Pacific Volleyball and honor three legendary coaches, Taras Liskevych, John Dunning, and Jayne McHugh. Throughout their combined 30 years at the helm of the program, they led the Tigers to the NCAA Tournament 24 consecutive years, featuring 7 Final Four appearances and 2 National Championships in 1985 and 1986.
For a full recap and photos from the event, please click the button to the left.
PAF Fund Drive
The 2017-18 Fund Drive is officially underway! We kicked it off with an event at Klinker Brick Winery on Saturday, April 22nd where we had over 150 guests come out to support our efforts in raising funds for Pacific student-athletes.

This year’s Fund Drive slogan is #EARNYOURSTRIPES. Each individual contribution at any level is an opportunity to #EARNYOURSTRIPES with Pacific Athletics and represents your support in providing a lifetime experience for our student-athletes. Through the efforts of our volunteers and support within the community, we can display our stripes together and successfully achieve our campaign goal of $50,000 new cash!
Stoudamire's School of Basketball
Registration for Damon Stoudamire's basketball camp is open! The top priority for Tigers Kids Camp is for each athlete to have fun. The camp is designed to work on and improve each fundamental skill (shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding, and defense) through individual and group lessons that culminate in the playing of team games. Campers will be grouped according to age and ability. The camp will be broken up into two sessions with Session 1 being June 5-8 and Session 2 from June 19-22. Please click here for more information.
Tiger Swim Season in Review
23 school records came and went this past season as the 2016-17 Tiger Swim team had a season for the books. 57 top-ten program times were set in 35 total events this season on the men's and women's teams. Following the historic season, 44 Tigers from both the men's and women's squads were named to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation's All-MPSF Postseason team, marking the second season in a row Pacific had over 40 All-MPSF honorees. 
Click the button to the right for a full recap and highlight video of their record-setting year.