• Football won their first game since the program was reinstated in 2010.
The Boxers knocked off Puget Sound 44-25 on Oct. 29, 2011.
• One game will go down in history for Boxer football.
An unusual play put the Boxers in the national spotlight.
In this game, after a safety, Bryan Mills picked up the ball that was thought to be dead and ran the ball to the opposite end zone to score a rare two point defensive conversion.
The play was chosen by ESPN’s SportsCenter as the show’s Top Play of the Day.
• For the first time in 33 years, Pacific baseball came out on top in the Northwest Conference, ending their season as number one and sharing that title with Whitworth University.
• Two women’s wrestlers, freshman Jordyn Lee and sophomore Andrina Ramos earned national championships in the competitions of two lightweight classes.
Freshman Rustee-Ann Johansen earned runner-up placements to earn All-America distinction.
• The men’s tennis team had their most successful season in more than 20 years, finishing second in the Northwest Conference in the regular season standings.
The Boxers finished their year off in California, playing at the 112th Annual Ojai Valley Tournament.
Four Pacific players participated in the Division III College West Regional Championships and the Independent College Singles Championships.
• This was the first year that any Boxer swimmer had ever competed in the national championship.
Two freshman swimmers Amanda Clark and Katie Porter were able to advance past the preliminary stage.
Clark finished 18th in the 1,650 Yard Freestyle. Porter finished 39th in the 100 Free prelims.