Pacific at UC Davis (men) pregame

It’s a rainy night in Davis as the Tigers invade the Pavilion needing a win to avoid an 0-2 hole in Big West Conference play.

The Aggies have yet to tipoff in Big West play and were 4-8 in nonconference play, which may not sound like much but UC Davis went just 5-26 in coach Jim Les’ first season. Pacific coach Bob Thomason believes the Aggies are much improved and told his team a full 40 minutes would be necessary to get the win.

Thomason made two changes to the starting lineup with Trevin Harris replacing Colin Beatty and Tony Glll replacing center Khalil Kelley because he wants more shooting in the starting lineup.

With two home games looming next week, Pacific should be able to grind the Aggies down and leave Davis with a close 70ish-65ish victory.

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