|University||University of the Pacific|
|Conference(s)||Big West Conference (until June 30, 2013)
West Coast Conference (from July 1, 2013)
|Athletics director||Ted Leland (interim)|
|Varsity teams||18 (19 in 2014)|
|Basketball arena||Alex G. Spanos Center|
|Baseball stadium||Klein Family Field|
|Soccer stadium||Knoles Field|
|Colors||Orange, Black, and White
The Pacific Tigers represent the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California in intercollegiate athletics. They field eighteen teams including men and women's basketball, golf, swimming, tennis, volleyball, and water polo; women's-only cross country, field hockey, sand volleyball, soccer, softball,and track and field; and men's-only baseball and golf. A football team was previously fielded, but the program was discontinued in 1995. The Tigers compete in NCAA Division I; they are currently members of the Big West Conference.  However, on March 28, 2012, Pacific announced that its sports programs would rejoin the West Coast Conference, effective with the 2013–14 season. On November 12, 2012, it was announced that Pacific would add three new sports teams to its roster - a men's soccer team, a women's track and field team and a women's beach volleyball team. The two women's sports began play in 2013, and the men's soccer team will begin play in 2014.
|Football (discontinued 1995)||Field Hockey|
|Soccer (begins Fall 2014)||Softball|
|Water Polo||Track & Field|
Program Notes 
The Pacific Tigers men's basketball program made three consecutive appearances in the NCAA Tournament (2004, 2005, 2006). Head coach Bob Thomason became the winningest head coach in Big West Conference men's basketball history when he collected his 206th career league victory on Feb. 14, 2009, surpassing the conference win total of former LBSU and UNLV head coach Jerry Tarkanian.
In 2003-04, the Tigers were 25-8. They defeated Cal State Northridge, 75-73, in the 2004 Big West Conference championship game. They went on to the NCAA tournament and defeated number 5 seeded Providence in the first round. It was Pacific's second trip to the NCAA Tournament under Thomason (1996–97). Pacific also shared the Big West Conference regular season championship with a record of 17-1. Pacific has also achieved a 16-game winning streak three times under Thomason.
In the 2004-05 season, the Tigers earned an at-large bid as an 8 seed in the NCAA Tournament and beat 9 seeded Pittsburgh in the first round. The 2004-05 Tigers finished the season with the best record in school history at 27-4.
In 2005-06, after winning the Big West regular season and tournament titles, Pacific earned their third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. As a 13 seed, the Tigers played 4th seed Boston College. Down 13, they tied the game to force overtime. In the first extra session, Pacific led by as many as six points, but Boston College came back to tie the game to force double overtime. Pacific eventually lost, 88-76.
In April 2011, Athletics Director Lynn King announced he would step down in July 2011 to work on special projects for the University. Former Stanford Athletics Director and current University Vice President of External Relations Ted Leland was named as King's temporary replacement.
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- "UOP athletic director King reassigned; Leland moves into post". Recordnet.com. April 27, 2011.