Line Up

Highlighting the accomplishments of our student-athletes. Read more at goboxers.com.

Bailey Martinez ’16
Women’s Wrestling

The senior wrestler came one match short of earning All-American honors for the second time in her career. In her final match at the national tournament in Oklahoma City, she actually tied her opponent 4-4, but lost on criteria. The Oak Harbor, Wash., native finishes her Boxer career with a 26-17 record.

K.C. Harrison ’17
Men’s Basketball

A transfer guard and Las Vegas native, Harrison led the Boxers in scoring at almost 14 points a game. He also provided one of the most memorable moments of the season when his 18-foot jumper at the buzzer found the net to give the Boxers a 65-63 upset over playoff- bound University of Puget Sound in the final home game of the year.

Steve Lucas
Women’s Soccer Coach

Former Boise State head coach Steve Lucas has been named the new leader of the Pacific women’s soccer program. Lucas led the Bronco program for 13 seasons, directing them to the conference tournament 10 times. He was named the Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2003, and his team won the WAC tournament in 2009.

Sarah Curl ’17
Women’s Basketball

The 6-foot junior from nearby Westview High School was named First Team All-Northwest Conference, the first Boxer to be named to the first team squad since 2009. She averaged just over 18 points a game and seven rebounds a contest. She had a near school record 38 points against the University of Puget Sound.

Rachel Roberts ’16
Softball

Roberts hit .571 in six games during Pacific’s southern California trip, helping the Boxers jump out to an undefeated start (5-0-1). She also hit a home run, scored seven times and stole four bases — including the 100th theft of her career. A three-time All-NWC selection, Roberts plays second base and hails from Oregon City.

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