Pacific Inducts Hall of Fame Athletes
Tony Beo ’93 holds the Boxers’ single-season record with 132 three-pointers made and is tied for most long-balls made in a game with eight. Today Tony is an accountant with Gesa Credit Union.
Rick Carnaroli ’80 earned All-NWC honors in the outfield and behind the plate during his baseball career with Pacific. He also excelled in the classroom, earned a law degree and serves as judge magistrate in Pocatello, Idaho.
Brooke (Barker) May’07 still holds four school records earned during a standout track-and-field career that earned her seven NWC titles. Today she is a principal broker with Windermere Pacific West Properties in Salem.
Guy Takahashi ’96 was a two-time NAIA All-American wrestler who also won two west region championships. Today he is a teacher and successful coach in the Hillsboro (Ore.) School District.
Vallie (Wells) Takahashi ’99 was a two-time All-West Region softball player who helped the Boxers win the NWC championship. Today she is a coach and educator at Forest Grove High School.