Line Up

Highlighting the accomplishments of our student-athletes.

Serena Wallace ’18
Women’s Cross Country
Serena Wallace (Centralia, Wash.) earned All-Region honors by finishing 18th in the 138-runner field at the NCAA West Regional with a personal-best time of 22:38.2 in Claremont, Calif. At the Northwest Conference Championships in Walla Walla, Wash., she finished sixth overall in 22:41.0 to earn First Team All-Northwest Conference honors after earning second team recognition in 2016.

Brandon Boyd ’18
Brandon Boyd (Gilroy, Calif.) in just eight games had one of the best seasons for a Pacific ball carrier, rushing 169 times for 1,039 yards and nine touchdowns en route to first team all-Northwest Conference laurels. He became the first Boxer to rush for more than 1,000 yards since Mike Connor ’86 in 1984. Boyd had six 100-yard games and four multiple touchdown games.

Weli Alamillo ’18
Men’s Soccer
Weli Alamillo (Aiea, Hawai‘i) was named second team all-Northwest Conference after recording four goals and one assist on the season as he patrolled the center of the park for the Boxers. Alamillo becomes a two-time All-NWC selection after earning first team laurels last season.

Kayla Mizo ’17, PharmD ’20
Women’s Soccer
Kayla Mizo (Kailua, Hawai‘i) led the Pacific women’s soccer team in goals during the 2017 season. She was named Honorable Mention All-Northwest Conference. She started in all 20 of the Boxers’ matches in 2017, patrolling the midfield for more than 1,670 minutes. On the season, she recorded three goals and an assist, to lead the Boxers in goals and points.

Anna VanderWeyst ’18
Anna VanderWeyst (Lacey, Wash.) was named honorable mention all-West Region by the American Volleyball Coaches Association and is the second player in Pacific’s history to earn all-region honors in the NCAA era for volleyball. VanderWeyst became the program’s first Northwest Conference Libero of the Year honoree and has first team all-conference honors. She set new Pacific single-season records for digs with 556 and digs per set with 6.47 in 2017.

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