2013–14 Pacific Tigers men's basketball team

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2013–14 Pacific Tigers men's basketball
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CIT Semifinals vs. Murray State, L 75–98
Conference West Coast Conference
2013–14 record 18–16 (6–12 WCC)
Head coach Ron Verlin (1st year)
Assistant coach Adam Jacobsen
Assistant coach Calvin Byrd
Assistant coach Dwight Young
Home arena Alex G. Spanos Center
Seasons
« 2012–13 2014–15 »
2013–14 West Coast Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Gonzaga 15 3   .833     29 7   .806
BYU 13 5   .722     23 12   .657
San Francisco 13 5   .722     21 12   .636
Saint Mary's 11 7   .611     23 12   .657
Pepperdine 8 10   .444     15 16   .484
San Diego 7 11   .389     18 17   .514
Portland 7 11   .389     15 16   .484
Pacific 6 12   .333     18 16   .529
Santa Clara 6 12   .333     14 19   .424
Loyola Marymount 4 14   .222     13 19   .406
2014 West Coast Conference Tournament winner

The 2013–14 Pacific Tigers men's basketball team represented the University of the Pacific during the 2013–14 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. They play their home games at the Alex G. Spanos Center. This was season of new beginnngs for the Tigers. Gone after 25-seasons was long-time head coach Bob Thomason. The new head coach of the Tigers is former assistant Ron Verlin. Verlin came in with lots of experience. Verlin had been the associate head coach for the Tigers for 19 seasons under Thomason. Verlin becomes the 20th head coach in the history of Tiger basketball.[1]

In addition to the new coach, Pacific joined a new conference, the West Coast Conference.[2] Pacific was one of the founders of what became the WCC. Now, after four decades, the Tigers returned allowing the WCC to return to a travel partner scenario. Pacific and Saint Mary's become travel partners. The other 4 sets of travel partners are San Francsico and Santa Clara, Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine, Gonzaga and Portland, and BYU and San Diego.

The Tigers finished the season 18–16, 6–12 in WCC play to finish in a tie for eighth place. They lost in the first round of the WCC Tournament to Santa Clara. They were invited to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament where they defeated Grand Canyon, Texas A&M Corpus–Christi and fellow WCC member San Diego to advance to the semifinals where they lost to Murray State.

Before the season[edit]

Departures[edit]

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Colin Beatty 2 G 6'4" 205 Senior Lanham, Maryland Graduated
Reed Kamler 10 G 6'0" 185 Senior San Rafael, California Graduated
Lorenzo McCloud 11 G 6'0" 170 Senior Los Angeles, California Graduated
Rodrigo De Souza 21 G 6'2" 200 Senior São Paulo, Brazil Graduated
Markus Duran 22 G 6'0" 185 Senior Murray, Utah Graduated
Travis Fulton 24 F 6'6" 220 Senior Corona, California Graduated
Jordan Turner 25 F 6'5" 190 Senior Oakland, California Graduated

In addition to the 7 listed, Andrew Bock and Trevin Harris also graduated. However they both have one year of eligibility remaining and will return to the team for the 2013-14 season.

Recruiting[edit]

Currently two players have committed to join the Tigers for the 2013-14 season. More are expected to be announced, probably from the Junior College ranks.

Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight Commit date
Raymond Boyles
G
Modesto, California Modesto Christian 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Sep 15, 2012 
Scout: N/A   Rivals: N/A   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 65
Thomas Wallace
G
Stockton, California Ronald E. McNair 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Sep 10, 2012 
Scout: N/A   Rivals: N/A   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 63


Overall recruiting rankings: Scout: 98   Rivals: nr  ESPN: nr
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height and weight.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

Roster[edit]

2013–14 Pacific Tigers men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year High School/Junior College Home town
F 1 Harris, TrevinTrevin Harris 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 215 lb (98 kg) Sr Kingwood
Western Wyoming CC
Kingwood, TX
G 2 Wallace, T.J.T.J. Wallace 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 205 lb (93 kg) Fr Modesto Christian Stockton, CA
G 3 Taku, SamaSama Taku 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Sr Tucson
Santa Rosa JC
Tucson, AZ
G 4 Hendricks, AaronAaron Hendricks 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Fr New Hampton School Loomis, CA
G 5 Llewellyn, SpencerSpencer Llewellyn 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 200 lb (91 kg) Jr Sydney Boys Sydney, Australia
F 11 Aguirre, GabrielGabriel Aguirre 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 240 lb (109 kg) Jr City College of San Francisco São Paulo, Brazil
G 12 Bock, AndrewAndrew Bock 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 175 lb (79 kg) Sr Eisenhower
Creighton
Rialto, CA
F 13 Kelley, KhalilKhalil Kelley 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 225 lb (102 kg) Sr Los Osos Rancho Cucamonga, CA
F 15 Short, AaronAaron Short 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 215 lb (98 kg) Jr North Valley
Cabrillo College
Reno, NV
G 20 Rivera, RossRoss Rivera 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 225 lb (102 kg) Sr El Diamente
College of the Sequoias
Visalia, CA
G 22 Bowles, RayRay Bowles 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Fr Modesto Christian Modesto, CA
F 24 Taylor, DavidDavid Taylor 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 180 lb (82 kg) Fr Graf-Münster-Gymnasium Eckersdorf, Germany
F 30 Peters, ThomasThomas Peters 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 200 lb (91 kg) Fr Archbishop Mitty Campbell, CA
F 33 Gill, TonyTony Gill 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 220 lb (100 kg) Sr Oakmont
Consumnes River College
Roseville, CA
C 42 Thomas, TimTim Thomas 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 255 lb (116 kg) Sr Sheridan
Las Positas College
Sheridan, WY
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Schedule[edit]

Pacific basketball will see an increased amount of television exposure for the 2013-14 season. Every conference game is guaranteed to be on an ESPN Network, WCC TV, WCC Network, or a local TV station (Comcast, ROOT, Time Warner, FSSD, or BYUtv). Untelevised non-conference home games will likely be switch from Big West TV to Stretch Internet.

Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Record
Exhibition
10/30/2013* 7:00 pm Cal State Stanislaus Alex G. Spanos CenterStockton, CA Tigers TV W 80–70 
11/03/2013* 4:00 pm Montana Tech Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA Tigers TV W 76–52 
Regular season
11/08/2013* 7:05 pm at Nevada Lawlor Events CenterReno, NV MW Network W 80–78  1–0
11/12/2013* 7:00 pm UC Irvine Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA Tigers TV W 84–79  2–0
11/17/2013* 2:00 pm Western Illinois Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA Tigers TV W 66–52  3–0
11/23/2013* 7:30 pm Fresno State Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA Tigers TV W 86–77  4–0
11/29/2013* 12:00 pm at #14 Oregon Matthew Knight ArenaEugene, OR
(Global Sports Hardwood Classic)
P12N L 62–85  4–1
11/30/2013* 1:00 pm vs. Cal Poly Matthew Knight Arena • Eugene, OR
(Global Sports Hardwood Classic)
W 73–71  5–1
12/01/2013* 4:30 pm vs. North Dakota Matthew Knight Arena • Eugene, OR
(Global Sports Hardwood Classic)
W 93–76  6–1
12/07/2013* 4:00 pm at Utah State Smith SpectrumLogan, UT MW Network W 78–68  7–1
12/14/2013* 7:00 pm Menlo College Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA Tigers TV W 84–73  8–1
12/20/2013* 7:30 pm vs. Princeton South Point ArenaEnterprise, NV
(South Point Holiday Hoops Classic)
Holiday Hoops TV L 58–83  8–2
12/21/2013* 5:30 pm vs. Bradley South Point Arena • Enterprise, NV
(South Point Holiday Hoops Classic)
Holiday Hoops TV W 71–55  9–2
12/30/2013 8:00 pm Saint Mary's Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA CSNCA L 80–88  9–3 (0–1)
01/02/2014 7:00 pm at Portland Chiles CenterPortland, OR TheW.tv L 64–72  9–4 (0–2)
01/04/2014 5:00 pm at #24 Gonzaga McCarthey Athletic CenterSpokane, WA TheW.tv L 64–86  9–5 (0–3)
01/09/2014 7:00 pm San Francisco Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA TheW.tv L 72–81 OT 9–6 (0–4)
01/11/2014 1:00 pm Santa Clara Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA TWCSN/CSNCA W 80–68  10–6 (1–4)
01/18/2014 5:00 pm at Saint Mary's McKeon PavilionMoraga, CA TheW.tv L 73–79  10–7 (1–5)
01/23/2014 7:00 pm Loyola Marymount Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA TheW.tv L 81–92  10–8 (1–6)
01/25/2014 7:00 pm Pepperdine Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA TheW.tv W 76–66  11–8 (2–6)
01/30/2014 6:00 pm at BYU Marriott CenterProvo, UT BYUtv L 78–88  11–9 (2–7)
02/01/2014 1:00 pm at San Diego Jenny Craig PavilionSan Diego, CA TWCSN/CSNCA W 84–67  12–9 (3–7)
02/06/2014 7:00 pm at Pepperdine Firestone FieldhouseMalibu, CA TheW.tv L 69–80  12–10 (3–8)
02/08/2014 7:00 pm at Loyola Marymount Gersten PavilionLos Angeles, CA TheW.tv W 82–72  13–10 (4–8)
02/13/2014 8:00 pm BYU Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA TWCSN/CSNCA W 89–82  14–10 (5–8)
02/15/2014 7:00 pm San Diego Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA CSN CA L 55–70  14–11 (5–9)
02/20/2014 7:00 pm at Santa Clara Leavey CenterSanta Clara, CA TheW.tv L 50–70  14–12 (5–10)
02/22/2014 3:00 pm at San Francisco War Memorial GymnasiumSan Francisco, CA TWCSN/CSNCA L 59-64  14–13 (5–11)
02/27/2014 7:00 pm Gonzaga Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA ESPNU L 53–70  14–14 (5–12)
03/01/2014 3:00 pm Portland Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA TheW.tv W 68–65  15–14 (6–12)
WCC Tournament
03/06/2014 8:30 pm vs. Santa Clara Orleans ArenaParadise, NV
(First round)
BYUtv L 64–81  15–15
CIT
03/19/2014* 8:00 pm at Grand Canyon Antelope Gymnasium • Phoenix, AZ
(First round)
Cox7 W 69–67  16–15
03/22/2014* 6:00 pm Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA
(Second round)
W 89–60  17–15
03/26/2014* 7:00 pm San Diego Alex G. Spanos Center • Stockton, CA
(Quarterfinals)
W 75–60  18–15
04/01/2014* 6:00 pm at Murray State CFSB CenterMurray, KY
(Semifinals)
CBSSN L 75–98  18–16
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Pacific Time.

Game summaries[edit]

Exhibition: Cal State Stanislaus[edit]

Broadcaster: Zach Bayrouty

Tigers TV
Oct 30
7:05 pm PDT
Cal State Stanislaus Warriors 70, Pacific Tigers 80
Scoring by half: 34-47, 36-33
Pts: Tyler Barber 15
Rebs: Rob Walters 10
Asts: Sam Marcus 10
Pts: Sama Taku 25
Rebs: Khalil Kelley & Ross Rivera 8
Asts: Andrew Bock 6
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 1,861 [3]
Referees: Tony Padilla, Coban Lopez, Sam haddad

Exhibition: Montana Tech[edit]

Broadcaster: Zach Bayrouty

Tigers TV
Nov 3
4:05 pm PST
Montana Tech Diggers 52, Pacific Tigers 76
Scoring by half: 21-39, 31-37
Pts: Travis Peevey 14
Rebs: Bryan Bock 7
Asts: Roman Pruenda-Garza 4
Pts: Tony Gill 19
Rebs: Tony Gill 8
Asts: Andrew Bock 6
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 1,653 [4]
Referees: Mike Reed, Ken Ditty, Dennis Flannery

Nevada[edit]

Series History: Pacific leads 53-44
Broadcaster: Ryan Radtke

MW Net
Nov 8
7:05 pm PST
Pacific Tigers 80, Nevada Wolf Pack 78
Scoring by half: 37-42, 43-36
Pts: Tony Gill 22
Rebs: Khalil Kelley 6
Asts: Andrew Bock 3
Pts: Deonte Burton 23
Rebs: Jerry Evans, Jr. 9
Asts: Deonte Burton 3
Lawlor Events Center
Reno, NV
Attendance: 5,936[5]
Referees: Ruben Ramos, Glen Mayberry, Deldre Carr

UC Irvine[edit]

Series History: Pacific leads 42-37
Broadcaster: Zach Bayrouty

Tigers TV
Nov 12
7:05 pm PST
UC Irvine Anteaters 79, Pacific Tigers 84
Scoring by half: 39-43, 40-41
Pts: Alex Young 17
Rebs: Mamadou Ndiaye 6
Asts: Alex Young 4
Pts: Ross Rivera 21
Rebs: Sama Taku & Ross Rivera 8
Asts: Sama Taku 4
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 1,862 [6]
Referees: Horace Shields, Marc Beasley, Casey McClellan

Western Illinois[edit]

Series History: Pacific leads 1-0
Broadcaster: Zach Bayrouty

Tigers TV
Nov 17
2:05 pm PST
Western Illinois Leathernecks 52, Pacific Tigers 66
Scoring by half: 23-44, 29-22
Pts: Garret Covington 16
Rebs: Michael Ochereobia 8
Asts: Remy Roberts-Burnett 4
Pts: Tony Gill 19
Rebs: Sama Taku 6
Asts: Trevin Harris & Sama Taku 4
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 1,771[7]
Referees: Deldre Carr, Kurt Walker, Sam Haddad

Fresno State[edit]

Series History: Pacific leads 78-77
Broadcaster: Zach Bayrouty

Tigers TV
Nov 23
7:05 pm PST
Fresno State Bulldogs 77, Pacific Tigers 86
Scoring by half: 26-27, 51-59
Pts: Tyler Johnson 25
Rebs: Tyler Johnson & Alex Davis 6
Asts: Tyler Johnson, Cezar Guerrero, & Allen Huddleston 3
Pts: Andrew Bock 19
Rebs: Khalil Kelley 12
Asts: Sama Taku 6
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 3,204 [8]
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Tommy Nunez, Donald McAllister

Global Sports Classic: Oregon[edit]

Series History: Oregon leads 6-2
Broadcasters: Aaron Goldsmith and Ernie Kent

Nov 29
12:06 pm PST
Pacific Tigers 62, Oregon Ducks 85
Scoring by half: 36-29, 26-56
Pts: Trevin Harris & T.J. Wallace 14
Rebs: Tim Thomas 6
Asts: Trevin Harris 3
Pts: Mike Moser 19
Rebs: Damyean Dotson 7
Asts: Johnathan Loyd 13
Matthew Knight Arena
Eugene, OR
Attendance: N/A
Referees: Bob Staffen, Michael Greenstein, Martin Cota

Global Sports Classic: Cal Poly[edit]

Series History: Pacific leads 34-14

Nov 30
12:30 pm PST
Cal Poly Mustangs 71, Pacific Tigers 73
Scoring by half: 28-36, 43-47
Pts: Chris Eversley 22
Rebs: Chris Eversley 10
Asts: Jamal Johnson 4
Pts: Tony Gill 14
Rebs: Sama Taku 7
Asts: Trevin Harris & Sama Taku 3
Matthew Knight Arena
Eugene, OR
Attendance: 5,937
Referees: Bob Staffen, Shawn Lehigh, Martin Cota

Global Sports Classic: North Dakota[edit]

Series History: Series tied 1-1

Dec 1
4:30 pm PST
Pacific Tigers 93, North Dakota 76
Scoring by half: 45-48, 48-28
Pts: Ross Rivera 19
Rebs: Tony Gill 8
Asts: Andrew Bock & T.J. Wallace 3
Pts: Troy Huff 21
Rebs: Troy Huff 8
Asts: Aaron Anderson & Troy Huff 3
Matthew Knight Arena
Eugene, OR
Attendance: N/A
Referees: Michael Greenstein, Shawn Lehigh, Martin Cota

Utah State[edit]

Series History: Utah State leads 44-23
Broadcasters: Evan Nyman and Rod Tueller

MW Net
Dec 7
5:00 pm MST
Pacific Tigers 78, Utah State Aggies 68
Scoring by half: 37-29, 41-39
Pts: Andrew Bock 18
Rebs: Tony Gill 7
Asts: T.J. Wallace 4
Pts: Jarred Shaw 17
Rebs: Spencer Butterfield 8
Asts: Marcel Davis & Preston Medlin 4
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum
Logan, UT
Attendance: 9,558
Referees: Dick Cartmell, Duane Allen, Kevin Brill

Menlo College[edit]

Tigers TV
Dec 14
7:05 pm PST
Menlo College Oaks 73, Pacific Tigers 84
Scoring by half: 37-44, 36-40
Pts: John Smith 24
Rebs: John Smith 5
Asts: Keith Bowman 3
Pts: Khalil Kelley 27
Rebs: Khalil Kelley 11
Asts: Trevin Harris & Andrew Bock 3
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 1,837 [9]
Referees: James Giron, Dennis Flannery, Mark Cook

South Point Holiday Classic: Princeton[edit]

Series History: First Meeting

Holiday Hoops TV
Dec 20
7:30 pm PST
Pacific Tigers 58, Princeton Tigers 83
Scoring by half: 30-45, 28-38
Pts: Sama Taku 12
Rebs: Khalil Kelley 8
Asts: Aaron Short 1
Pts: T.J. Bray 20
Rebs: Will Barrett 5
Asts: T.J. Bray 8
South Point Arena
Enterprise, NV
Attendance: N/A
Referees: Todd Austin, Daryl Smith, Marty Kerrigan

South Point Holiday Classic: Bradley[edit]

Series History: Bradley leads 1-0

Holiday Hoops TV
Dec 21
5:45 pm PST
Bradley Braves 55, Pacific Tigers 71
Scoring by half: 27-35, 28-36
Pts: Omari Grier 15
Rebs: Tyshon Pickett 9
Asts: Ka'Darryl Bell & Walt Lemon Jr. 3
Pts: T.J. Wallace 14
Rebs: Khalil Kelley & Gabriel Aguirre 6
Asts: Andrew Bock 7
South Point Arena
Enterprise, NV
Attendance: 312
Referees: Landon Brandes, Todd Austin, Marty Kerrigan

Saint Mary's[edit]

Series History: Saint Mary's leads 66-43
Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins and Dan Belluomini

Dec 30
8:00 pm PST
Saint Mary's Gaels 88, Pacific Tigers 80
Scoring by half: 45-39, 43-41
Pts: Beau Levesque 18
Rebs: Brad Waldow & Beau Levesque 8
Asts: Stephen Holt 8
Pts: Andrew Bock 23
Rebs: Tony Gill 12
Asts: Trevin Harris 2
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 4,015 [10]
Referees: Michael Irving, Glen Mayberry, Tony Padilla

Portland[edit]

Series History: Pacific leads 20-8
Broadcasters: Tom Glasgow & Bill Krueger

TheW.tv
Jan 2
7:00 pm PST
Pacific Tigers 64, Portland Pilots 72
Scoring by half: 28-35, 36-37
Pts: Sama Taku 19
Rebs: Trevin Harris & Tony Gill 9
Asts: T.J. Wallace 5
Pts: Thomas Van Der Mars 18
Rebs: Thomas Van Der Mars 13
Asts: Alec Wintering 5
Chiles Center
Portland, OR
Attendance: 1,173 [11]
Referees: Deron White, Daryl Gelinas, Brett Nansel

Gonzaga[edit]

Series History: Gonzaga leads series 3-1
Broadcasters: Greg Hesiter and Richard Fox

TheW.tv
Jan 4
5:00 pm PST
Pacific Tigers 64, Gonzaga Bulldogs 86
Scoring by half: 25-46, 39-40
Pts: David Taylor 11
Rebs: TJ Wallace 6
Asts: Trevin Harris, Sama Taku, TJ Wallace, & Aaron Short 2
Pts: Kevin Pangos & Drew Barham 16
Rebs: Przemek Karnowski 8
Asts: Kyle Dranginis 7
McCarthey Athletic Center
Spokane, WA
Attendance: 6,000[12]
Referees: Kevin Brill, Marc Beasley, Bruce Hicks

San Francisco[edit]

Series History: San Francisco leads 60-34
Broadcasters: Rich Cellini & John Stege

TheW.tv
Jan 9
7:00 pm PST
San Francisco Dons 81, Pacific Tigers 72 (OT)
Scoring by half: 30-36, 33-27 OT: 18-9
Pts: Avry Holmes 18
Rebs: Matt Glover 9
Asts: Avry Holmes 8
Pts: Andrew Bock 17
Rebs: Sama Taku, Tony Gill, & Aaron Short 7
Asts: Andrew Bock 4
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 1,448[13]
Referees: Tommy Nunez, Kurt Walker, Coban Lopez

Santa Clara[edit]

Series History: Santa Clara leads 89-41
Broadcasters: Barry Tompkins and Jarron Collins

CSNCA
Jan 11
1:05 pm PST
Santa Clara Broncos 68, Pacific Tigers 80
Scoring by half: 29-33, 39-47
Pts: Brandon Clark 20
Rebs: John McArthur 6
Asts: Brandon Clark 4
Pts: Sama Taku 19
Rebs: Tony Gill 7
Asts: Sama Taku 4
Alex G. Spanos Center
Stockton, CA
Attendance: 1,816[14]
Referees: Scott Brown, Rob Rorke, Nate Harris

References[edit]

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