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Long Beach State at Pacific men (pregame)

Spanos Center is beginning to fill up for the 2012-13 regular season finale and more importantly the final home game of coach Bob Thomason’s 25-year career. The pregame hoopla for Thomason and the six seniors is slated to begin shortly and the game will have plenty of significance as the Tigers need a victory to [...]

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Cal Poly at Pacific (women) pregame

The Tigers are 11-0 at Spanos Center and have outscored opponents by an average of 17.8 points per game, but should be challenged by Cal Poly tonight. The Mustangs handed Pacific its only defeat in the past seven weeks, a 96-95 triple overtime win on Jan. 12 at Mott Gym. The Tigers (18-3, 8-1) have [...]

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Long Beach St. at Pacific women (Pink pregame)

The Tigers will look to continue their dominance in the Big West Conference against Long Beach State for its annual “Pacific Plays Pink” event. The Tigers are wearing their pink uniforms and are the first half of a basketball doubleheader tonight at Spanos Center. The Pacific men will host UC Davis in the nightcap. Besides [...]

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UC Irvine at Pacific women pregame

Nothing is a given in sports, but tonight might qualify for the Pacific women’s basketball team. The Tigers (16-3, 6-1 Big West Conference) are comfortably in first place, while the Anteaters (4-15,0-7) come in having lost seven consecutive games and averaging 55 points per game. Camille Buckley leads UC Irvine at 10.7 points and 8.3 [...]

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Cal Poly at Pacific (men) pregame

Two teams that figure to be factors in the Big West Conference race all season are about to lock horns at Spanos Center. Cal Poly (7-7, 3-1) comes in off a last-second 69-67 loss at UC Davis on Thursday, while Pacific (8-7, 2-1) played its most complete game of the season against UC Santa Barbara [...]

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UC Santa Barbara at Pacific (men) halftime

The Tigers used a stretch of hot shooting to build a 38-25 lead over the Gauchos at halftime here at Spanos Center. Junior center Tony Gill has nine points to lead a balanced attack, as the Tigers have made 6 of 15 shots from beyond the arc. Sophomore center Alan Williams has 13 points and [...]

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UC Santa Barbara at Pacific (men) pregame

The Tigers open a crucial two-game homestand by hosting the Gauchos in a few minutes, before Cal Poly visits on Saturday. Pacific won its first road game of the season at UC Davis 74-64 last Saturday and coach Bob Thomason wants his team to come home and establish an advantage at Spanos Center. The Tigers [...]

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Pacific at UC Davis (halftime)

The Tigers played a poor first half here at Davis with senior point guard Lorenzo McCloud leaving the game with an eye injury. UC Davis leads 24-23 with the two teams combining for 19 field goals and 19 turnovers. Pacific’s shooting will have to improve to get a win and improve dramatically if McCloud doesn’t [...]

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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 [...]

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Pacific at Stanford (2nd half)

The No. 1 Cardinal have begun to flex its muscles at Maples Pavilion. What was a close game has turned into a blowout with Stanford leading 53-31 with 14:49 remaining. Pacific hasn’t been able to contain junior Chiney Ogwumike, who has 24 points and eight rebounds. The Tigers are shooting poorly from the field overall [...]

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