Line Up

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

Kira Negrete ’19
Women’s Soccer

A senior from Lakewood, Calif., Kira serves as president of the Pacific University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and secretary for the Northwest Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She also is president of Pacific’s Exercise Science Club. She is pursuing a double-major in exercise science-integrated physiology and Spanish.

Nolan Wright ’19
Football

A senior from Sandy, Ore., Nolan has been a four-year starter on the offensive line with the Boxers. As an education major, he also has done practicum teaching in Pacific University’s Early Learning Community. He hopes to become a teacher and coach following graduation.

Mackenzie Brown ’20
Volleyball

A junior from Klamath Falls, Ore., Mackenzie also serves as secretary of the Pacific University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She spent Spring 2018 studying abroad in England. She majors in education and learning with a minor in communication sciences and disorders. For the past two years, the Pacific volleyball team has been named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association for its efforts in the classroom with a team grade point average over 3.30.

Airel Farley ’20
Cross Country and Track & Field

A junior from Glide, Ore., Airel is a music therapy major who participates in both women’s cross country and track & field. She also plays the flute as a member of the Pacific University band and performs with the choir. She was named a Northwest Conference Scholar-Athlete in both 2016–2017 and 2017–2018.

Riley Stewart ’21
Cross Country and Track & Field

A sophomore from Forest Grove, Riley recently moved into the 21st position in Pacific’s Top 25 all-time 8K performer’s in men’s cross country with a time of 26:10.8 at the Charles Bowles Willamette Invitational. His twin brother, Garrett, is a fellow sophomore at Pacific and runner on the cross-country team.

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