Warren Shaw has racked up some air miles. A retired police officer from Hawai’i, Shaw has attended almost every Pacific University football game in the past four years, cheering on his son, Boxer quarterback Warner Shaw. This season, Dad had a different idea.
When Jill (Remiticado) Uyeda ’03 arrived on campus in 1999, Pacific University did not have a women’s wrestling program. Uyeda had recently turned down a full-ride wrestling scholarship to Missouri Valley College, because she was committed to Pacific, where her older brother Randy Remiticado ’02 was already attending.
“Basketball is practically a new game at Pacific and yet the little experience we have had in practice and interclass games has shown us that there is good material both among the girls and boys out of which to develop winning teams.”
Player highlights from recent seasons of Boxer athletics.
Pacific University alumni Field Bañuelos ’91, Devin Lagorio ’14 and Josh Brinkworth ’15 keep active in athletics.
Gregory Wintz signs on to lead the School of Occupational Therapy, while longtime Professor Rick Whiteley and Sports Information Officer Blake Timm ’98 say goodbye.
Pacific University alumni keep active in athletics.
Pacific University student-athletes excel.