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| 04 Mar 23 ||San Francisco || ||80 - 63 || ||Pacific|| || The Sobrato Center|
| 03 Mar 23 ||Pacific || ||84 - 71 || ||Pepperdine|| || Alex G. Spanos Cente|
| 26 Feb 23 ||Pacific || ||81 - 77 || ||Portland|| || Alex G. Spanos Cente|
| 23 Feb 23 ||Saint Marys-California || || - || ||Pacific|| || University Credit Un|
| 19 Feb 23 ||Loyola Marymount || ||90 - 88 || ||Pacific|| || Gersten Pavilion|
The Pacific Tigers men's basketball team represents the University of the Pacific. They are an NCAA Division I member, part of the West Coast Conference. The team is based in Stockton, California. They play their home games at the Alex G. Spanos Center and are led by head coach Damon Stoudamire.Team Members
On July 15, 2013, Pacific left the Big West Conference to rejoin the West Coast Conference. It had been a charter member of the WCC since 1952, but left in 1971 to join the Pacific Coast Athletic Association, later renamed to the Big West Conference.
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Alex G. Spanos Center is a 6,150-seat, indoor multi-purpose stadium on the campus of the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.
The Alex G. Spanos Center opened on September 9, 1981, and was constructed for over $7 million. It is named after late Pacific alumnus and Los Angeles Chargers owner Alex Spanos. The arena consists of 3,000 chair-back seats with the rest of the capacity coming from bleacher style seating. If needed, the arena can expand its capacity to 8,000 for certain events. This arena was the premiere sports and entertainment venue in the Stockton area until the completion of Stockton Arena in 2005.
Alex G. Spanos Center is currently the home for several University of the Pacific's sports programs, including the Pacific Tigers men's basketball, Pacific Tigers women's basketball and Pacific Tigers women's volleyball.Trophies Fanart