By Kelly Jones, Record Correspondent
STOCKTON – Stockton Heat center Rod Pelley thought he had some good chances to score against Manitoba last Friday. He finally broke through against the Moose on Wednesday, but the score was the same - a 4-1 loss for the Heat. Stockton goalie Jon Gillies was strong until two quick Manitoba goals in the third period that had the Heat experiencing deja vu.
By Kelly Jones, Record Correspondent
STOCKTON — Home games are few and far between for the Pacific volleyball team in the first half of the season.The Tigers rewarded a boisterous home crowd at the A.G. Spanos Center with a 3-0 sweep of Santa Clara on Tuesday, winning 25-18, 25-22, 25-20. It was just their second home game of the season and first time hosting a West Coast Conference opponent this year.
By Kelly Jones, Record Correspondent STOCKTON — Diego Villapadua left his Pacific men's soccer teammates in disbelief twice in a two-minute span Sunday evening.Soon after an "easy" shot hit the crossbar, the local freshman sent sent the ball in a long arc over the head of Cal State Bakersfield goalkeeper Detre Bell.It gave the Tigers some breathing room in a 5-2 victory against the Roadrunners at Knoles Field and took the pressure off Villapadua, a Ben Holt graduate."My teammates, when I...
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Selecting a term
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