Highlighting the accomplishments of our student-athletes.

Lineup_ShawWarner Shaw ’16, Football
The senior quarterback helped lead the Boxers to a 6-4 overall record in 2015, the team’s third consecutive winning season. He threw 23 touchdown passes, a single-season school record, and also leaves as the most accurate passer in Pacific record books, with a completion percentage of .669.

Lineup_SpencierStephenie Spencer ’18, Cross Country

The sophomore runner earned an at-large spot at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships after finishing eight in a field of 133 at the NCAA West Region Championship. She is the first female Pacific runner to earn a place at the national competition since 2012.

Lineup_KimballMatt Kimball ’18, Soccer
Kimball was named the Northwest Conference Men’s Soccer Student-Athlete of the Week for his work during a 2-1 win over Saint Martin’s in September. Kimball, a sophomore from Tigard’s Southridge High School, deposited a goal early in each half to help lift his team past the Saints, an NCAA Division II team.

Lineup_Smith_ClaraCiara Smith ’19, Volleyball
The freshman middle blocker was named the NWC Student-Athlete of the Week for volleyball in early October. The 6-foot-2 freshman from Sonoma Valley, Calif., was tabbed for her work when the Boxers were in the midst of a five-match winning streak.

Nathan Suyematsu ’16, Football

Lineup_SuyematsuThe senior from Tualatin earned unanimous selection for First Team All-Northwest Conference honors. The wide receiver broke Pacific single-season records for catches and for receiving yards, leading the NWC in both categories.

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