Pacific University student-athletes excel.

Ashley Park-Hunt ’17, Women’s Soccer

The sophomore from Mililani, Hawai‘i, was  one of two Pacific players elected to the All-Northwest Conference Women’s Soccer Second Team. The Boxers’ leading defender, Park-Hunt appeared in all 20 matches and made 17 starts as she aided in four shutout victories.

Brandon Harms ’15, Football

The Canby, Ore., native was named to the Capital One/CoSIDA Division III Academic All-America Second Team. A First Team All-NWC cornerback and honorable mention selection as a punt return specialist, Harms ranked in top 20 of Division III in passes defended and punt return average while maintaining a cumulative 3.76 GPA.

Olivia Cook ’15, Women’s Basketball

The senior from Beaverton, Ore., was named to the all-tournament team at December’s Seawolf Classic Tournament, where the Boxers were competitive in games against two NCAA Division II programs. Cook was also named a Boxer Club December Student-Athlete of the Month after averaging 13.2 points and 7.2 rebounds per game in five games.

Rachel Webster ’17, Swimming

The sophomore from Normandy Park, Wash., is emerging as one of the Boxers’ next great swimmers. She was named Division III Athlete of the Week by Women Play Ball after winning the 200-yard butterfly (with the second fastest time of her career) and swimming a leg on the winning 200-yard freestyle relay team against the College of Idaho.

Riley Grandinetti ’15, Men’s Basketball

The senior was named a Boxer Club December Student-Athlete of the Month after averaging 14.8 points and 2.3 rebounds in four games for the Boxers during the month. The Murray, Utah, native also averaged 51.2 percent shooting from the field and 51.5 percent from three-point range.

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