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PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE INFORMATION


Pacific Union College is located in Angwin, California and is a private college. Pacific Union College is a four year college and offers Associate's Degrees, Bachelor's Degrees, Master's Degrees, and a number of different programs and courses.

Pacific Union College is in a relatively rural area (in the country away from any large cities), which may be something you prefer if you like the country lifestyle as a student.

Pacific Union College has a rolling admissions policy, which means that you can apply throughout the year for the upcoming semester.

Pacific Union College is relatively smaller in size with an enrollment of only 1,518 students.

Pacific Union College accepts about 71% of its applicants on average, and 87% of the students receive some sort of financial aid for college at Pacific Union College.

If you are looking for more information on financial aid at Pacific Union College, you can may want to contact Glen Bobst, who is the Director of Student Financial Services at Pacific Union College. You may also qualify for free grants for college in California to attend Pacific Union College.

You may also need to take one or more of the following tests to qualify for admission at Pacific Union College:

  • ACT
  • SAT

If you have taken some advanced placement courses with an applicable test, or obtained credit from an other college, you may be eligible to transfer that credit to Pacific Union College.

Pacific Union College offers the following extracurricular activities to its students:

  • Choral Groups
  • Concert Band
  • Drama
  • Literary Magazine
  • Music Ensembles
  • Radio Station
  • Sports
  • Student Government
  • Student Film
  • Yearbook

You may want to brush up on your ACT preparation as well, because the average ACT score for students that are entering Pacific Union College is 24.

Don't forget to study for the SAT, because the average SAT score for students that are entering Pacific Union College is 1091.

Do a lot of students come from out of state to attend Pacific Union College? Well, about 19% of the student body at Pacific Union College comes from outside the state of California.

Do a lot of the students at Pacific Union College live on campus? Well, about 70% live on campus, while 30% live off campus and commute to school every day.

QUICK FACTS ABOUT PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE

Pacific Union College Address:


1 Angwin Avenue
Angwin, California 94508-9707
Phone: 707-965-6211
Fax: 707-965-6432
Web Site: http://www.puc.edu

Pacific Union College admission closing date:


Rolling

Does Pacific Union College offer Associate's degrees?


Yes

Does Pacific Union College offer Bachelor's degrees?


Yes

Does Pacific Union College offer Master's degrees?


Yes

Does Pacific Union College offer Doctoral degrees?


No

Pacific Union College graduation rate:


21.1%

Pacific Union College average ACT score:


24

Pacific Union College average SAT score:


1091

Pacific Union College tuition cost (estimate):


$20,265



Financial Aid is available only to those who qualify.

Pacific Union College room & board cost (estimate):


$4,950

Is Pacific Union College a private college?


Yes

Is Pacific Union College a coed college?


Yes

Pacific Union College school calendar:


Quarter

Is Pacific Union College a 2 year or 4 year college?


4 Years
Please Note: Length of programs pertain to finishing programs in normal time.

Pacific Union College enrollment:


1,518 Students

Percentage of applicants accepted to Pacific Union College


71%

Percentage of students at Pacific Union College receiving financial aid:


87%

Percentage of African American students:


4.6%

Percentage of Native American students:


.3%

Percentage of Asian students:


17.9%

Percentage of Hispanic students:


11.1%

Percentage of Caucasian students:


45.5%

Percentage of students living on campus:


70%

Percentage of students living off campus:


30%



Other Activities Nearby:


Golf Courses in Angwin


Data provided by Data-lists.com Universities and Colleges Database. Data last updated on 2007-10-17.

PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE IN CALIFORNIA GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION

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PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE NEWS

[PUC] Pioneers Athletics Recognizes Scholar Athletes
ANGWIN, Calif. - A total of 15 student-athletes across six varsity sports at Pacific Union College were named as the second annual recipients of the Scholar Athlete Recognition Program at the Awards Colloquy this past Thursday, May 11. In conjunction with Pioneer Athletics, the college will annually recognize junior and senior athletes who excel in the classroom while participating in varsity sports.


[Men's Soccer] Coach Asare Inks Two Incoming Freshman, Darian Roberts and Jonathan Santos.
ANGWIN, Calif.- Pacific Union College head men's soccer coach Archie Asare revealed today the signing of two incoming players- Darian Roberts and Jonathan Santos- to his 2017 Pioneers roster.


[Volleyball] Women?s Volleyball Welcomes Tiana Whittington and Lindsay VanDenburgh
ANGWIN, Calif. - Head Coach Paul Castillo has announced his first two signings to his 2017-18 recruiting class; incoming freshman setter, Tiana Whittington and transfer middle, Lindsay VanDenburgh. 


[Volleyball] Women?s Volleyball Welcomes Tiana Whittington in Lindsay VanDenburgh
ANGWIN, Calif. - Head Coach Paul Castillo has announced his first two signings to his 2017-18 recruiting class; incoming freshman setter, Tiana Whittington and transfer middle, Lindsay VanDenburgh.


[Men's Soccer] Men?s Soccer Signs Incoming Freshman Giovani De La Torre
ANGWIN, Calif. - Men's Soccer welcomes their second signed recruit, incoming freshman and center back, Giovani De La Torre.


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Welcomes Carlos Piedra
ANGWIN, Calif. – Head Coach Archie Asare continues building his 2017-18 recruiting class with his most recent signee, incoming freshman, Carlos Piedra.


[Men's Basketball] Men?s Basketball Program Leaves Legacy and New Dreams for Pioneers Athletics
Point Lookout, Mo.- After a dominating first half, Pacific Union's run in the opening round of the 26th annual NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Championship at the College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Mo., came to an abrupt halt when Cornerstone (Mich.) flipped the script and took control over the final 20 minutes to pull out an 89-83 win.  Despite their heartbreaking lost, the Pioneers raised eyebrows and turned heads at the National level with a stellar performance.


[Men's Basketball] 2017 NAIA Division II Men?s Basketball National Championship
ANGWIN, Calif.- The men's basketball team prepares to head to Point Lookout, Missouri for their first national appearance in school history. Intercollegiate Athletics has officially announced the teams and pairings for the 2017 NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Championship. The 32-team event will get underway on March 8 with the Championship game on Tuesday, March 14.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers named California Pacific Conference Champions and Head to NAIA Nationals
Vallejo, Calif. - Despite all odds, the PUC Men's Basketball team took home the California Pacific Conference Championship title, defeating the five-year defending champions Cal Maritime, 71-70.   


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Continue Historic Season with Cal Pac Semifinal Win
VALLEJO, Calif. - The Men's Basketball team punched their ticket to the California Pacific Conference championship game with tonight's semifinal win over Benedictine-Mesa, 78-75.  The Pioneers will play Cal Maritime on Tuesday, February 28, in the finals in Vallejo, Calif.


[Women's Basketball] Imari Clinton Receives Cal Pac Honors
ANGWIN, CALIF- At the conclusion of each season, the California Pacific Conference gathers and chooses distinct players to award for their excellence during their season. This year Imari Clinton (FR/Mill Creek, WA) was awarded  Cal Pac second team and Alexis Lyers (SR/Upper Marlboro, MD) made honorable mention at the annual basketball award ceremony. 


[Men's Basketball] Jayson Marquez Named to California Pacific Conference 1st Team
ANGWIN, Calif- In its annual year-end poll, the California Pacific Conference coaches vote to recognize the league's top performances. This year, one of PUC's very own, Jayson Marquez (JR/Harlem, NY), was award Cal Pac 1st team honors for his stellar 2016-17 season. PUC men's basketball also received four honorable mentions: LeRoy Anderson (SR/Oakland, CA), Rae Hubbard (JR/Fairfield, CA), Ben Jazuk (JR/Vallejo, CA), and Devon Pinnock (JR/Harlem, NY). 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Finish Out Season on the Road
VALLEJO, Calif. – The Women's Basketball season came to an end Saturday night on the road against Cal Maritime. The team fought hard in the second half to get back into the game, but their comeback would ultimately fall short as they would lose 62-72.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers End Regular Season with Thrilling Victory
VALLEJO, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team looked to lock up the third spot in the Cal Pac playoffs with a win against regular season conference champs Cal Maritime. The Pioneers put together their best game of the season led by senior co-captain Kwuan Guerrero (SR/Los Angeles, CA) and junior guard Jayson Marquez (JR/Harlem, NY) and came out with the 77-75 victory.


[Men's Basketball] Kwuan Guerrero Named Cal Pac?s Final Basketball Player of the Week for ...
ANGWIN, Calif. - Pacific Union College men's baskeball picked up back-to-back player of the week honors, with LeRoy Anderson (SR/Oakland, CA) on February 13th, and this week senior forward, Kwuan Guerrero (SR/Los Angeles, CA).


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in End of Season Match-Up against UC Merced
MERCED, Calif.-  Looking to add another victory to their season, the Lady Pioneers headed to Merced in what would be thier second match-up against the UC Merced Bobcats. As the final buzzer rang, the Pioneers would find themselves on the losing end, 45-75. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Secure 12-Point Victory Over UC Merced
MERCED, Calif.- With only two games remaining in the regular season, the Pioneers found success as they headed down to Merced on Thursday evening. After taking an early lead in the game, the Pioneers were able to walk away with a 12-point victory, 80-68.


[Men's Basketball] LeRoy Anderson Picks up Cal Pac Player of the Week
Angwin, Caif.-Senior LeRoy Anderson (SR/Oakland, CA) was named Cal Pac Men's Basketball Player of the Week after nearly tallying double doubles in both of PUC's games last week. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Drop Road Contest to Red Hawks
REDDING, Calif. – The PUC Women's Basketball team traveled to Redding on Saturday night to take on the Simpson University Red Hawks on their senior night. After yet another strong first quarter, the lady Pioneers were unable to string together four solid quarters of play and fell to the home team 72-53.


[Men's Basketball] Men?s Basketball Clinch Playoff Birth with Win in Redding
REDDING, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team went into Saturday's game against the Simpson University Red Hawks needing just one win to clinch a spot in the CalPac Playoffs. After an unimpressive first half, they stormed back to victory to extend their win streak to three games and lock in a spot in the playoffs for the first time in two years. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Send Seniors out in Style
ANGWIN, Calif. – In an exciting game, the PUC Women's Basketball team honored their only senior, Alexis Lyers (SR/Upper Marlboro, MD) by willing their way to a76-71 overtime victory against La Sierra University on Sunday. The victory gives them helps them double their win total from last season and pushes their conference record to 2-9.


[Men's Basketball] PUC Basketball Secures Convincing Win on Senior Night
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team sent their seven seniors off with a victory in their final home game of the season Sunday afternoon against La Sierra University. The 19 point victory gives PUC a season sweep of the Golden Eagles and keeps them in the playoff picture. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Find Victory Against University of California- Santa Cruz
SANTA CRUZ, Calif.- Still energized from their win the previous night, the Pioneers entered today's match with continued momentum. Having played three games in three days, the Pioneers secured their 13th win of the season, dominating UC Santa Cruz 75-48. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Suffer Loss at Home
ANGWIN, Calif.- In the second to last home game of the season the Lady Pioneers geared up to face University of Antelope Valley. Hoping to avenge their previous blow-out loss against UAV this season, the Pioneers would have to play a phenomenal game. Despite thier best efforts the Pioneers fell to UAV, 55-92. 


[Men's Basketball] Last Second 3-Pointer Kills Pioneers in Heartbreaking Loss Against ...
ANGWIN, Calif.- With seventeen seconds left on the clock, the Pioneers relinquished their first lead of the game. After a defensive rebound and a crucial 3-pointer made by UAV's Franky Teran, the Pioneers fell 84-85 bringing their record to 11-6 overall and 6-4 Cal Pac. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall Short Against Embry-Riddle
PRESCOTT, Ariz. – Facing off against Embry- Riddle University the Lady Pioneers hoped to come up victorious earning their second win of the season. Although they had the initial lead of the game, the Pioneers would find themselves defeated 71-47, bringing their conference record to 1-8. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Redeem Loss with 22 Point Win Over Embry-Riddle
PRESCOTT, Ariz.- After a heartbreaking 20-point loss against Benedictine University at Mesa the Pioneers came back motivated for their win against Embry- Riddle. The Pioneers would find themselves with the upper hand 80-58, bringing their Cal Pac record to 6-3.


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Outlasted by BenU at Mesa
MESA, Ariz. – The Pioneers played their first game of their two game road trip on Thursday against Benedictine University at Mesa. After a strong opening quarter, PUC was unable to come out on top, losing by a score of 77-58.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Struggle in Loss to BenU at Mesa
MESA, Ariz. – The PUC Men's Basketball team traveled to Arizona play the Benedictine University at Mesa RedHawks. The Pioneers struggled to set stops defensively in the first half that led to an early deficit that they were unable to overcome. They fell in shocking fashion to BenU by a score of 88-68. 


[Women's Basketball] Bobcats Pounce on Lady Pioneers
ANGWIN, Calif.- With boosted spirits from Thursday night's first victory against CSU-Maritime, the Pioneers went into the game with high hopes on Saturday night. Unfortunately for the Pioneers, the Bobcats walked away with 76-47 victory. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Pick Up Fifth Straight League Victory Against UC-Merced
ANGWIN, Calif.- Still energized from their victory over California State University-Maritime, the Pioneers were able to carry their momentum into Saturday night's game.  With a 82-69 win over UC Merced, the Pioneers extended their Cal Pac win streak to five.


[Men's Basketball] Defense Fuels Men?s Victory over CSU Maritime
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team played their second of three straight home games on Thursday night against budding rival the Cal Maritime Keelhaulers. Both teams played a tough competitive game but the Pioneers came out victorious 77-71. The victory puts the Pioneers in second place (4-2), their best start in school history. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Defeat CSU Maritime for First Win of Season
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Lady Pioneers went into Thursday's conference matchup still hungry for their first win of the season. They were able to put together a complete game, and play their best basketball of the season. PUC never surrendered the lead en route to a  63-61 over the Cal State Maritime Keelhaulers.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Unable to Overcome Simpson Red Hawks
ANGWIN, Calif.- Looking to optimize their home court advantage, the Pioneers continued their quest for a victory at home on Saturday night. Slipping away midway through the second quarter the Red Hawks were able to take control of the game and carry it out until the end. The 52-70 loss for the Pioneers brings their overall conference record to 0-5.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Get the Win at Home Against Simpson
ANGWIN, Calif.-  After finishing the first week of school in the new year, the Pioneers jumped back into the swing of things by playing host to the Simpson Red Hawks. Despite a second half comeback attempt it would be the Pioneers who would find themselves with the upper hand, 86-66.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Battle but Fall to La Sierra University
RIVERSIDE, Calif.- After a tough loss against UAV the Pioneers faced La Sierra University Golden Eagles in hopes to uplift their spirits and secure a win. Unfortunately for the Pioneers, PUC was unable to take the upper hand in the match Saturday night, with only five players.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Split on First Conference Road Trip
RIVERSIDE, Calif.- The PUC Men's Basketball team traveled to Southern California this weekend to play two games on their first conference road trip. They took on the Pioneers of the University of Antelope Valley on Thursday and the Golden Eagles of La Sierra University on Saturday night.


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers fall at University of Antelope Valley
LANCASTER, Calif.- Returning from Christmas break, the lady Pioneers traveled to Lancaster to bring in the New Year with a match against the University of Antelope Valley. The Pioneers would be on the losing end, 49-119, bringing their Cal Pac record to 0-3, 0-10 overall.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Comeback Falls Short at NDNU
BELMONT, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team reduced a 19 point halftime deficit to just four in the final minutes of the game before falling to NCAA Division II opponent Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont Friday. The Pioneers benefited from offensive efficiency in the second half but were unable to get over the hump in an 83-88 loss. 


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball falls to Benedictine University at Mesa
ANGWIN, CALIF- After a long week of finals and a heartbreaking loss on Friday morning, the Lady Pioneers were looking to get their first win of the season against the Benedictine University at Mesa Red Hawks. Despite their high energy and strong defensive efforts by the final buzzer the Pioneers were down by 20 points and recording their ninth loss of the season. 


[Men's Basketball] Second Half Energy Dooms Pioneers Against Benedictine University at Mesa
ANGWIN, CALIF- Following their opening conference win against Embry-Riddle on Friday, the Pioneers went into their game Saturday night against Benedictine with high hopes in continuing their winning streak. After a mid-game comeback attempt, the Pioneers still came up short as they would fall 77-85. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Drop Opening Conference Game
ANGWIN, Calif. – Due to an unusual chain of events, the PUC Women's Basketball team was forced to play Friday's game with only six players. The team hosted Embry-Riddle in their conference hope opener with an early 11 a.m. tip off. The Lady Pioneers played well in the first half, but couldn't quite hold the game together, as they dropped their conference opener by a score of 46-63.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Run Away With Conference Opener
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team came out ready against the Eagles of Embry Riddle on Friday afternoon. In their conference home opener, they used every player to overcome the Eagles' 3-2 zone and pick up their first conference victory 88-75.


[PUC] Women's Cross Country and Men?s Soccer Receive Scholar Athlete Awards
ANGWIN, Calif.- On Friday, December 2nd, the National Association of Intecollegiate Athletics announced 335 women cross country student-athletes and 423 men soccer players as 2016 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. This year PUC was able to place four athletes on the list. Senior, Chloe Bergquist (SR/Templeton, CA), Junior, Gabrielle Dennis (SR/Cooranbong, New South Wales), Senior, Erika Thalman (JR/Jamestown, CA ), and soccer player, Jose Lopez (SR/Portland, OR).


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall to No. 5 Raiders at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – After a tough road trip playing three games in four days, the Pioneers Women's Basketball team faced the (5) Southern Oregon University Raiders. PUC was never able to gain an advantage over their ranked opponent. With players making their way back from injury, the team played shorthanded once again.


[Women's Basketball] Second Half Struggles Hurt Pioneers
SALEM, Ore. – The Pioneers traveled to Oregon this weekend to play two games. First, they made the trip to Salem, Oregon to take on NCAA Division III Willamette University at Cone Field House. A few members of the team were involved in a car accident leaving them out of Friday's matchup with minor injuries.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in Back-to-Back Games Despite Tough Play
PORTLAND, Ore.- Battling injuries prior to both contests, the Pioneers despite being short players, battled their way through the rest of their road trip falling the Portland State 61-93 and Warner Pacific 69-75. 


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball Falls at Home to William Jessup
ANGWIN, Calif-  With the home court advantage and after having suffered four consecutive osses, the lady Pioneers were looking for their first win of the season against William Jessup on Wednesday night. The game was neck-to-neck through the first two quarters until the Warriors went on a scoring run in the third quarter, outscoring the Pioneers 13-35. With the gap swelling, the Warriors carried the momentum through the end of the game taking the win, 67-92. As the Warriors advance the Pioneers record drops to 0-5.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Victorious Over Menlo College
ATHERTON, Calif. – With their momentum still high from their back to back victories against Holy Names and Bristol University, the Pioneers were able to continue their win streak by securing a close victory 75-70 against Menlo College, Wednesday night. 


[Women's Basketball] Rough Second Half Downs Pioneers
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Basketball team hosted the Hawks of San Diego Christian in the Covered Wagon Saturday night in their second home game of the young season.  After staying nearly even with the visiting team in the first half, the Pioneers struggled from fatigue in the second and fell 76-53.


[Men's Soccer] Grisby Named to the California Pacific Conference 2nd All-Team
ANGWIN, CA- At the conclusion of each season, the California Pacific Conference looks at all of their players and analyze and compare their stats picking out the best and placing them in either first or second all-conference team.  This year the Pioneers men's soccer had one player nominated on second team. 


[Volleyball] Loeffler and Purdom Named to the California Pacific Conference All Team
ANGWIN, Calif.- The California Pacific Conference released their 2016 All-Conference team which is dominated by ten underclassmen, underscoring the steady rise of the competitive level of the conference.   With four freshmen, three sophomores, and three juniors, the Cal Pac looks to raise the bar next season with a strong contingent of returning players vying for national attention.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Take Down Holy Names University
OAKLAND, Calif- The Pioneer men's basketball traveled down to Oakland, CA for their fourth game of their busy season against Holy Names University. When the clock ran out the Pioneers found themselves with their second win of their season, 88-77. The win brings their overall record to 2-1. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Shutout in Final Game of the Season
PRESCOTT, Ariz- In the final game of the 2016 season the offensive woes continued against Embry- Riddle University where the Pioneers continued their pattern of three years and were once again shut out by the Eagles 0-5. The loss gives the Pioneers and overall record of 1-14 and 1-9 Cal Pac. This comes off a 3-0 loss to Sierra Nevada on October 30th.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Impress in 92-50 Home Victory
ANGWIN, Calif. – Five Pioneers scored in double figures as the PUC men's basketball team ran away with their first home game of the season winning by 42 points over the Bristol University Bears. 


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers End Season with Victory
REDDING, Calif. – The Pioneers women's volleyball team ended their season on a high note Saturday night with a victory over the Simpson University Redhawks in straight sets sending their seniors off with a victory. 


[Cross Country] Cross County Ends Strong Season at Cal Pac Championships
FRESNO, Calif.- Both Pioneer men and women cross country teams headed to Fresno, California to compete in their last meet of the season, the Cal Pac Championship. The Pioneers gave their all on the fast Woodward Park course for the last time of their 2016 season. The women participated in a 5k race while the men ran an 8k. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Honor Five Seniors in the Last Game of the Season
ANGWIN, Calif.- With five Pioneers stepping on the field to participate in the last home collegiate soccer game, the Pioneers left everything on the field Sunday night. Despite the hard work, grass stains, and sweat the Pioneers were once again unable to find the back of the net as they fell 0-3 against Sierra Nevada College. 


[Volleyball] Playoff Push Ends with Loss to Bobcats
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers went into their Saturday night matchup with the UC Merced Bobcats needing a victory in order to keep their playoff hopes alive. Two victories in the second and third sets would prove to be valuable for the squad, but they were unable to finish the job in the fifth. 


[Volleyball] Pioneers? Seniors Honored in Home Victory
ANGWIN, Calif. - In the final home game of their career, PUC seniors Sydney Rucker (SR/Grand Terrace, CA), Kourtney Davidson (SR/Merced, CA), Courtney Clark (SR/Norwalk, CA), Madison Brown (SR/Murrieta, CA) and Athena Abary (SR/Fontana, CA) left the Covered Wagon with a win. The Pioneers shook off the five-set loss from Saturday night to come back and beat the University of Antelope Valley Pioneers in three effortless sets. 


[Men's Soccer] PUC Defeats Cal Maritime 1-0; Picking up First Win of Season
ANGWIN, Calif- After a heartbreaking 12-game losing streak, the Pioneer's men's soccer team finally pulled off their first win of the season against Cal Maritime in a 1-0 victory. With only three games remaining in the season, the Pioneers hold their heads high happy to not have a completely defeated season.


[Women's Basketball] Women's Basketball Fall in Season Opener
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneer women's basketball team opened up their season with a home game against Corban University.  The women were not able to pull off a victory in this early season defeat and fell 45-83.


[Volleyball] Abary and Uyemura Receive Their Second Cal Pac Player of the Week Recognition
ANGWIN, Calif- For the second time this season senior setter Athena Abary (SR/Fontana, CA) and freshman libero Audrey Uyemura are named California Pacific Conference players of the week.  Coming off a five-set victory over Benedictine-Mesa and keeping their playoff appearances alive, the lady Pioneers continue with a successful season.


[Men's Basketball] Men?s Basketball Falls Short in Season Opener
ROCKLIN, CA- The Pioneers men's basketball team opened up their season on Monday night against William Jessup University in Rocklin California. After enduring a gruesome, neck-in-neck 40 minutes the Pioneers would suffer a 72-76 loss which gave the Warriors their first win of the season.


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Split on Arizona Trip
MESA, Ariz.- The Pioneers packed their bags for a weekend trip to Arizona to take on the top schools in the CalPac, Embry-Riddle and Benedictine University. In the first game of the trip, the Pioneers fell to Embry-Riddle in a three set match on Friday, but bounced back with a victory in five thrilling sets against Benedictine. 


[Men's Soccer] PUC Scores in Match Against Simpson
REDDING, Calif.-  The Pioneer men's soccer team traveled to Redding, California for their sixth conference game of the season against Simpson College where they scored their first goal of the season. Although the Pioneers were finally able to crack the scoreboard they would fall 1-5 against Simpson College.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Fight for Sweep of Sea Beggars
ANGWIN, Calif- After losing Friday's tough match to the Golden Eagles of La Sierra University, the Pioneers looked to bounce back on Saturday night against the Providence Christian College Sea Beggars. With a three-set win Saturday, the Pioneers were able to sweep the season series against eh Sea Beggars and also keep their playoff hopes alive. 


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Fall to Eagles in Four Sets
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers continued their streak of home games Friday afternoon hosting the Golden Eagles of La Sierra University. Despite keeping the games close, PUC struggled to find momentum for the majority of the game, dropping the match 3-1 digging themselves into a 3-5 conference record.  


[Cross Country] Daniels and Pliego Finish First at La Sierra Invitational
RIVERSIDE, Calif.- The men and women's cross country team headed down to Riverside, California to compete in their third invitational for the season hosted by La Sierra University. 


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Handle Redhawks in 3-1 Victory at Home
ANGWIN, Calif.- The Pioneers Women's Volleyball team kicked off their three game homestand Saturday night against the Simpson University Redhawks. The team went into the matchup needing a victory after falling to UC Merced in their last game. PUC benefited from solid performances all around the floor winning in four sets. 


[Cross Country] Pioneers Run in SF State Gator Invitational
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.- The Pioneers men's and women's cross country teams headed to the fields of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco to participate in the San Francisco State Gator Invitational at Speedway Meadows. In what would be one of the bigger races of their season, both Pioneer teams were able to gain valuable experience.


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Falls to UC Merced on the Road
MERCED, Calif, - The men's soccer team traveled to Merced, CA for a match-up against the University of California Merced Bobcats, who are undefeated in their conference.  It was a heartbreaking game as the Pioneers would get shut out 0-9, for their tenth consecutive loss of the season.


[Volleyball] Pioneers fall in Five Sets to UC Merced Bobcats
MERCED, Calif. – The PUC women's volleyball team played its second game in as many days Sunday afternoon. After getting back to their winning ways against UAV, the Pioneers went into the game against the UC Merced Bobcats looking to pick up another victory. Despite fighting hard, the Pioneers were unable to come out with a victory in yet another five set match.


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Pick up 3-0 Victory on the Road
LANCASTER, Calif. - The PUC Pioneers traveled to Lancaster, California to take on the Pioneers of the University of Antelope Valley. PUC made quick work of their hosts, finishing them off in three sets for their first victory in two weeks. The victory pushes their overall record to 9-6 and 2-3 in conference – good enough for fifth place. 


[Men's Soccer] PUC Soccer falls to UAV Pioneers
ANGWIN, Calif.- The PUC Pioneers hosted their fourth conference game against University of Antelope Valley hoping to end their nine game losing streak. After a tiring and physical 90 minutes, the PUC Pioneers would fall to the UAV Pioneers in a 0-5 loss, bringing their overall record to 0-9, conference 0-4. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Surrender Goals in Loss against Providence Christian College
ANGWIN, Calif.- After four consecutive away games the Pioneers hosted at home with a match up against Providence Christian College. After what would be one of the best perfomances the men's soccer team has had all season, the Pioneers would still fall to Providence in a 0-2 loss, bring their overall record to 0-8.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Fall in Last Non-Conference Match
ANGWIN, Calif.-The Pioneers looked to turn their streak of bad luck around on Tuesday in their last non-conference match against the Oaks of Menlo College. The Pioneers beat the Oaks in a road match earlier this season in five sets and looked to do the same in the Covered Wagon. PUC was unable to come out with a victory losing the match in four sets. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Can?t Crack Scoreboard, in 3-0 loss against William Jessup Warriors
ROCKLIN, Calif. – Pacific Union College men's soccer team entered their game Monday evening against the William Jessup Warriors, hopeful and ready for their first win. Looking to reinstate their winning streak, the Warriors brought their A-game scoring three goals, as they would send the Pioneers home with another loss. 


[Cross Country] Pioneers Cross Country Host Successful Home Meet
ANGWIN, Calif.- This past Sunday, the Pioneers hosted the PUC invitational in their very own back trails. The event involved students from Pacific Union College, Menlo College, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz, Sierra Nevada, La Sierra University, and Cal Maritime Academy. 


[Volleyball] Pioneers Lose Second Conference Home Game
ANGWIN, Calif - In their second game in as many days, the Pioneers looked to pick up their first home conference victory. After a strong start against the Eagles of Embry-Riddle, PUC's offense gave out during the final three sets and the home team suffered another defeat 3-1. 


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Fall to Redhawks in Five-Set Thriller
ANGWIN, Calif—The Pioneers began their three game homestand Friday hosting the Cal Pac's top team; Benedictine University at Mesa. After an embarrassing loss in their last game, PUC looked to bounce back in their conference home opener. After five grueling sets, the Pioneer were unable to secure a victory giving them a 1-2 conference record and 8-4 overall. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Give La Sierra Golden Eagles Their First Win of the Season
RIVERSIDE, Calif.- The Pioneer men's soccer team traveled to Riverside California, Wednesday afternoon for a faceoff against the La Sierra University Golden Eagles. Despite their effort the Pioneers were unable to score and secure a win. In the second period they would fall to the Eagles 0-2, making the Pioneers record 0-5 for the season and giving the LSU Eagles their first win of the season (1-5-1).


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Fall Short to Soka University of America
ALISO VIEJO, Calif.- The Pioneers Men's soccer team traveled to Southern California for their second Cal Pac game of the season against the Lions of Soka University of America. Looking for their first win the Pioneers were disappointed as they would fall 0-3 against the Lions.  With the loss, the Pioneers moved to 0-6 overall and 0-2 for their conference record.


[PUC] Champions of Character: Pioneer?s Rebuild Homes and Restore Faith in Lake County
ANGWIN, Calif.-The Pioneer Athlete's outstanding performance is not limited to their practice and games. They are stars, both on and off the field/court. Recently, members of the women's volleyball and basketball teams, and the men's soccer team collaborated with Hope City, a faith-based volunteer camp located in Middletown, Ca. Hope City helps out with various projects, and this summer the Pioneer athletes got to participate in two of them. 


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Split Conference Road Games
RIVERSIDE, Calif.-PUC traveled to Southern California this weekend to open up conference play against Providence Christian College in Pasadena and La Sierra University in Riverside. The Pioneers won the first match of the trip against Providence, but struggled in the Saturday night matchup with La Sierra. They would return home with a 1-1 conference record and an 8-3 record overall. 


[Volleyball] Pioneers Extend Win Streak With Victory over Slugs
ANGWIN, Calif - Three Pioneers received CalPac player of the week honors last week. Seniors Sydney Rucker (SR/Grand Terrace, CA) and Athena Abary (SR/Fontana, CA) along with freshman Audrey Uyemura (FR/Loma Linda, CA) received recognition for their stellar performances thus far in the season. 


[Volleyball] Abary, Rucker, and Uyemura Named Cal Pac Players of the Week
ANGWIN, Calif-  Volleyball players, Athena Abary , Sydney Rucker, and Audrey Uyemura snatch California Pacific Conference's (Cal Pac) three players of the week awards. Each week Cal Pac honors seven distinct athletes who have stood out and have displayed a stellar performance. Pioneers Athletics is proud to have occupied three of the seven available slots. 


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Sweep Mills College and West Coast Baptist in Back-to-Back Feat in ...
OAKLAND, Calif- The Pioneers traveled to Oakland Friday afternoon which proved to be a clean sweep of back-to-back games against the Mills College Cyclones and the West Coast Baptist Eagles. After winning what would be a quick 3 sets in each game, the Pioneers headed home securing two more wins making their record 6-2.


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Pick up Win in Santa Cruz
SANTA CRUZ, Calif - The Pioneers traveled to Santa Cruz Wednesday to play the second of back-to-back non-conference games. PUC would dominate the NCAA Division III UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs on their way to a 3-1 match victory pushing their overall record to 4-2.


[PUC] Pacific Union College Pioneers receive NAIA Silver- Champions of Character Five-Star ...
ANGWIN, Calif.-The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), the NAIA Character Advisory Committee and the NAIA National Office, announced the highlights and results from the 2015-2016 Champions of Character scorecard on Tuesday Sept. 6th,  and selected the Pacific Union College Pioneers as a Silver-Champions of Character Five-Star Institution.   


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Fall to Warriors in Four Sets
ANGWIN, Calif.-The Pioneers held their home opener against William Jessup University on Tuesday entering the match on a three-game win streak. They were also looking to split the season series with the Warriors after losing in straight sets on the road earlier this season. After winning the opening set, the Pioneers struggled to finish out the game and fell in four sets dropping their overall record to 3-2


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Outshined by Northwest Christian University Beacons
Angwin, Calif- Pacific Union College men's soccer team hosted their third home game of the season against Northwest Christian University on Sunday afternoon in Angwin. Unable to score for their third consecutive game, the Pioneers loose 0-7 giving the Beacons their second win of the season.  With the setback, PUC drops 0-3 overall while NCU improves to 2-0 overall.


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Pull out Five-Set Win Against Oaks
ATHERTON, Calif- The Pioneers traveled to Atherton, California Wednesday to play in what proved to be a grueling five-set match against the Oaks of Menlo College. Despite struggling with lack of depth at the middle position due to injury, PUC stepped up their play against their former California Pacific Conference opponent to narrowly escape with a five-set victory.


[Men's Soccer] Men Pioneers Unable to Score in loss against University of Puget Sound
  ANGWIN, Calif- The Men's soccer team hosted their second home game of the season against the University of Puget Sound Loggers. Despite great efforts, the Pioneers were unable to send the ball between the sticks, as they would fall to the Loggers, 0-7.


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Pick up First Wins of Season in Redding
REDDING, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Volleyball team went into Friday's Simpson Classic looking to bounce back from their three-set loss to William Jessup University. They would play two games, first going up against Multnomah University at 10 a.m. and facing San Diego Christian College in their second match at 5 p.m. The Pioneers benefited from successful all around play with a successful trip, coming back home with two wins. 


[Men's Soccer] Northwest Eagles Soar in Victory over Pioneer?s Soccer team in Season Opener
ANGWIN, Calif.- The Pioneers men's soccer team hosted their 2016-2017 season opener on Thursday with a 2-0 loss against the visiting Northwest University Eagles.


[Volleyball] Lady Pioneers Swept in Season Opener
ROCKLIN, Calif. – The Pioneers kicked off the new season on the road Tuesday night in Rocklin, California facing the Warriors of William Jessup University. The Pioneers returned 12 players from last year's team while adding three newcomers to round out their 15-player roster. First-year PUC Head Coach Paul Castillo and his team looked to start their season on a high note, but were unable seal a victory, falling to the Warriors in straight sets; 16-25, 13-25, 23-25.


[Men's Soccer] Men?s Soccer Welcomes Transfer Goalie Matt Beck
ANGWIN Calif.-Head Men's Soccer Coach Archie Asare announced this week the signing of 6'1" Jackson College transfer Matt Beck to his 2016-17 roster. 


[Men's Basketball] 2016-2017 Men?s Basketball Schedule Announced
ANGWIN, Calif.- The PUC Men's Basketball team and head coach Greg Rahn have announced the schedule for the 2016-2017 season. After finishing 11-13 (4-8) the Pioneers missed the playoffs last season by just two games and they will enter this season motivated to get back to the Cal Pac Tournament. 


[Men's Soccer] Soccer Adds Freshman Antonio Robles
ANGWIN, Calif- Pacific Union College would like to welcome Antonio Robles to the Soccer program.


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Welcomes Transfer Setter Alyssa Cataldo
ANGWIN, Calif.- Women's volleyball welcomes their final signed athlete to the 2016-17 recruiting class.  A 5'9" transfer setter, Alyssa Cataldo, will join the Pioneers Family.


[Volleyball] PUC Women?s Volleyball Team Mentors Local Youth
For the past three years, the women's volleyball team at Pacific Union College and The City of St. Helena's Recreation Department have teamed up to provide a volleyball league for youth in the area. The eight-week program is offered for ages 9-14, and student athletes from PUC's women's volleyball team serve as coaches and mentors for the league teams


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball Welcomes Freshman Faith Williams
ANGWIN, Calif.- Head Women's Basketball Coach George Glover announced his seventh player signing this past week, with the commitment of incoming freshman forward Faith Williams.  


[Volleyball] Pioneers Athletics Welcomes Paul Castillo as Head Volleyball Coach
ANGWIN, Calif.- Director of Athletics, Brittany Brown, is pleased to announce the hiring of a new volleyball coach after six years of coaching.   Paul Castillo has been named Head Women's Volleyball Coach for the 2016-17 season.  


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball Announces 2016-2017 Schedule
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers Women's Basketball team and Coach George Glover have released the 2016-2017 schedule. The team is looking to bounce back after a sub-par 2015-16 campaign bringing in a lot of new talent in hopes of making a playoff push into March. 


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer 2016-17 Schedule Released
ANGWIN, Calif.-The Men's Soccer coaching staff announced the release of their 2016-17 season schedule this week. The Pioneers took giant steps forward last season by winning their first games since 2011 and will look to continue pushing forward during this upcoming season.


[PUC] College Launches New Scholar Athlete Recognition Program
ANGWIN, Calif.-A total of 16 athletes across six varsity sports at Pacific Union College were named as the inaugural recipients of the new Scholar Athlete Recognition Program at the annual Awards Colloquy this past Thursday, May 12. In conjunction with Pioneer Athletics, the college will annually recognize junior and senior athletes who excel in the classroom while participating in varsity sports.


[PUC] Stretch Internet The New Home For Streaming Pioneer Events
ANGWIN, Calif- The California Pacific Conference (Cal Pac) has moved to using one streaming network to provide you access to Cal Pac hosted events. Stretch Internet is the new streaming network that will be broadcasting these events. 


[Cross Country] 2016-17 Men's and Women's Cross Country Schedule Released
Head Cross Country coach Dan Muhic (5th Season) has announced the fall 2016 schedule that will consist of five events through the months of September and October. They will report on Tuesday, September 6 and will participate in the FSU Invitational in Fresno, California at 8 a.m. on September 9.


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Announces 2016-2017 Schedule
ANGWIN, Calif.- The athletics department has released the Women's Volleyball schedule for the 2016 season. After winning 13 games last season, but failing to make the conference tournament, the srong returning team of 14 players is hoping to learn from their mistakes and improve in their new season. 


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball Welcomes Three
ANGWIN, Calif.- Head Coach George Glover continues on his 2016-17 recruiting roll with the addition of three incoming freshman guards Jessica Petersen, Kayelea McGrew, and Kaylie Grandell. 


[Men's Basketball] Greg Rahn Announces Signing of Justin Stevens
ANGWIN, Calif. - Coach Greg Rahn and the PUC Men's Basketball team would like to welcome incoming freshman Justin Stevens to the Pioneers' family. Stevens, a 6'7" center from Paradise Academy, was signed Sunday afternoon on the PUC campus and plans to major in Nursing. 


[Women's Basketball] Women's Basketball Signs Guard Clinton and Post Bailey
ANGWIN, Calif- Coach Glover and his coaching staff are happy to introduce more players for their 2016-2017 roster. It has been a busy off season from his staff looking to replenish the women's roster with a multitude of skill sets. The two most recent players committed to the PUC program are guard Imari Clinton(left) and post Kennidy Bailey(right). 


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball Announces Two Signings
ANGWIN, Calif.-Women's Basketball is excited to announce the signing of two new student athletes to the Pioneer family! Joining our Lady Pioneers will be incoming freshman CeCe Ewing (W-Basketball), and transfer Brooke Sumner (W-Basketball).


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Receive Three Cal Pac Awards
ANGWIN, Calif. - The Women's Basketball program was well represented amongst the Cal Pac's top student-athletes at the CSU Maritime Conference awards banquet.  Three Lady Pioneers received Cal Pac Honors.


[Men's Basketball] Two Pioneers Named to California Pacific Conference 1st Team
ANGWIN, CALIF- Amongst the league's top players, Men's Basketball received two California Pacific First Team All-Conference awards and two Honorable Mentions at the annual basketball banquet ceremony hosted by CSU Maritime.  


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers? Season Comes to End in Lancaster
LANCASTER, Calif. – In their last ditch effort to earn a playoff spot, the PUC Men's Basketball team traveled to Lancaster, California for their final game of the season against the University of Antelope Valley Pioneers, but were unable to come out with the much needed victory falling 80-89.


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Earn Their First Win in Season Finale
ANAHEIM, Calif- In the final game of a long season the Lady Pioneers come out with a victory against Bristol University 67-55. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in Final Conference Game
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Basketball team traveled to Southern California to play their final conference game of the season against the La Sierra University Golden Eagles. The team was forced to play without the rebounding presence of senior Ariel Barnes and was unable to come out with their first conference victory, falling in the game 44-67.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Fall to Golden Eagles
RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Basketball team looked to secure a spot in the playoffs Thursday night in their game against La Sierra University. Despite playing a solid game, the Pioneers were unable to overcome a late Golden Eagles' push and would fall in the game 82-88, making their final conference game a must win to secure a spot in the Cal Pac Playoffs. 


[PUC] Two Pioneers Basketball Players Named Cal Pac Players of the Week
ANGWIN, Calif.- A pair of Pacific Union post players from Texas, Taureaus Maxwell and Ariel Barnes, have been named the California Pacific Conference Players of the Week for Feb. 15, 2016.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Suffer from Fatigue in Loss to Bobcats
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Basketball team hosted the UC Merced Bobcats on Saturday for senior night where they honored Ariel Barnes, Jenna Pena and Jade Mena before the game. Pena was forced to sit out due to injury, but Barnes and Mena fought with their teammates in attempt to make their last home game memorable. Despite a close first two quarters, fatigue set in and the Lady Pioneers would fall, 56-84 giving them a 0-7 conference record.


[Men's Basketball] Resilience helps Pioneers Knock off Ranked Opponent
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team kept their playoff hopes alive on Thursday night by knocking off conference leading and nationally ranked California Maritime Academy in thrilling fashion by a score of 81-80. With the victory, the Pioneers break a six year streak of losses to Cal Maritime dating back to February 20, 2010.


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball Falls to Cal State Maritime Keelhaulers
ANGWIN, Calif. - Despite a late fourth quarter surge, the Lay Pioneers could not overcome the visiting Keelhaulers falling 47-59.  Women's basketball falls to 0-6 in conference play, while the Keelhaulers improve to 4-2 in Cal Pac play. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Still in Playoff Contention After Win in Arizona
PRESCOTT, Ariz. – The Pioneers Men's Basketball team kept their playoff hopes alive by picking up a much needed victory in Arizona overcoming Embry-Riddle (AZ) in Prescott, 78-70. The Pioneers were able to stay consistent and composed against the scrappy ERAU team to avenge their home loss earlier this season. The Pioneers improve their conference record to 2-6 and continue to chase an overall record of .500 (9-11).


[Men's Basketball] Foul Trouble Leads to Pioneers Loss
ANGWIN, Calif. – A shorthanded PUC Men's Basketball team took on the Simpson University Red Hawks in the Covered Wagon Monday in their second meeting this season. The home team suited up 10 players in a game that was close until the final minutes. The Pioneers would get into foul trouble in the second half and lose the game 88-72. The Pioneers fall to 8-10 overall and 1-6 in conference.


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Fall to Red Hawks at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Basketball team began a four game home stand taking on the Simpson University Red Hawks on Saturday in the Covered Wagon for their second matchup of the season. The Pioneers gave the Red Hawks all they could handle for the majority of the game, but struggled in key periods of the second half and would fall 59-77.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers? Win Streak Ends at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – It was a tale of two halves as the Pioneers Men's Basketball team took on winless Embry Riddle (AZ) in the Covered Wagon Thursday. The Pioneers held a lead going into halftime but folded in the latter part of the second half falling 90-73. This would end their winning streak at four games and drop their conference record to 1-5.


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers fall to Simpson Red Hawks
REDDING, Calif.- Women's Basketball traveled to Simpson University to take on the Red Hawk for their fourth Cal Pac league match. The Pioneers fell 61-76 advancing the Red Hawks to (3-1 Cal-Pac, 7-12 overall) and dropping the Pioneers to (0-4 in Cal Pac).


[PUC] Three Pioneers Receive NAIA Daktronics Scholar Athlete Award
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Department of Athletics announced three student athletes who have received the NAIA Daktronics Scholar Athlete award for academic excellence. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Take Two Against NWIC, Extend The Win Streak to Four
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers took on Northwest Indian College for two straight at home looking to extend their winning streak. After two hard fought games the Pioneers came away with the sweep improving their record to  .500 (8-8) on the season. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Earn First Conference Win in Redding
REDDING, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team traveled North to Redding to take on the Simpson University Red Hawks hoping to climb closer to their evening their record at .500 on Saturday. They would come out with a hard fought 82-80victory picking up their first conference win of the season.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Pick up First Win of New Year over Slugs
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – Key plays from a number of Pioneers propelled them to victory over the UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs on Tuesday. The non-conference contest would need two extra periods to be decided and when all was said and done, the Pioneers left with the victory, 88-82.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in Conference Home Opener
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Women's Basketball team took on the La Sierra Golden Eagles in their conference home opener Saturday night. The game would remain close for the first half, but the Eagles would manage to pull away in the second half, keeping the Pioneers winless through their first three conference games.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in Another Close Game
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team played their second home conference game on Saturday night against La Sierra University. Both teams would play a back and forth game but the Pioneers would fall victim to another late buzzer beater and lost the game by one point, 63-62.


[Men's Basketball] PUC Falls on Last Second Shot
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Pioneers took on the University of Antelope Valley Pioneers in their conference home opener Thursday night. In a back and forth contest, the PUC would fall on a buzzer beating three pointer, 86-83 and remain winless in the early stages of conference play. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Fall in Opening Conference Games
ANGWIN, Calif.- After losing guard Jenna Pena to a hand injury, the PUC Women's Basketball team went into their first two conference games against UC Merced and Cal Maritime shorthanded. Two other pieces to the Pioneers puzzle would play through injuries in two tough losses for the team. The losses give the Pioneers a 0-2 record to begin conference play. 


[Men's Basketball] Second Half Struggles Plague Pioneers in Conference Openers
The PUC Men's Basketball team kicked off conference play on the road this week facing an improved UC Merced Bobcats team on Thursday, January 7 and the reigning Cal Pac Conference Champion California Maritime Keelhaulers on Saturday, January 9. The team fell in both games, each after struggling in the second half. With the two losses, the Pioneers' overall record drops to 4-6 and they start conference in a 0-2 hole. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall Despite Strong Fourth Quarter
BELMONT, Calif. – The Lady Pioneers traveled to Notre Dame de Namur University on New Year's Eve hungry for their first win of the season. After a slow start, the offense picked up in the final quarter but NDNU maintained their lead, resulting in a 45-57 Pioneer loss. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in Final Non-Conference Match-up
BELMONT, Calif. – The PUC Men's Basketball team visited Notre Dame de Namur University on New Year's Eve hungry for their fifth win of the season. A quick NDNU start buried the Pioneers early as they were unable to come out with a victory despite a strong second half, 65-74.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in Final Two Exhibition Games
The Pioneers wrapped up exhibition play with two games over the Christmas Break against NCAA Division I opponents Fresno State (December 27) and Sacramento State (December 28). Both games proved to be tough tests for the improving squad, but the team was able to learn valuable lessons as they look to head into conference play.


[Women's Basketball] Women's Basketball Loses Two at Simpson Classic
REDDING, Calif- The Lady Pioneers were looking for the first wins of the season during the Simpson Classic this past weekend. However fall short in both games (57-70) to New Hope Christian and (55-93) to 14th ranked Concordia Bulldogs of Nebraska 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Suffer First Home Loss
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Basketball team went into Friday's nonconference matchup against Johnson & Wales University looking to get back on track after suffering two humbling road losses to Humboldt State and Weber State.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Fall Just Short to NCAA Division I Opponent
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - The Pioneers were back on the road for an exhibition game against NCAA Division I opponent Santa Clara University Saturday night. The Broncos are the third NCAA Division I team on the schedule this year, all of which have resulted in blowout losses. This contest would be different. The Pioneers came out with the right amount of energy to stay within striking difference for the entire game.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Suffer Two Losses in Vallejo
VALLEJO, Calif. – The PUC Women's Basketball team took on two tough opponents this weekend, facing off against Bethesda University of California on Saturday, December 5, and Menlo College the next day in the CSUM Classic held on the campus of Cal State University Maritime. 


[Cross Country] Men's and Women's Cross Country Celebrate Their Season
PUC Cross Country brought their 2015 season to a close with their annual Awards Night Sunday December 6.  Coach Dan Muhic reflected on the Men and Women's  Team season which began September 11 at the Fresno State Cross Country Invitational at ​​Woodward Park and end​ed  once again​n the rain at Woodward Park  for the NAIA  CalPac Championships November 2.


[Volleyball] Women?s Volleyball Announces Early 2016 Signings- Morgan Spencer and Audrey Uyemura
ANGWIN, Calif. - Head Coach Brittany Brown has announced the singing of two incoming freshman, outside hitter Morgan Spencer from Kailua (HI) and libero/defensive specialist Audrey Uyemura, a native to Loma Linda (CA).


[Women's Basketball] Slow Start Hurts Pioneers in Loss to Warriors
ROCKLIN, Calif. – In their first game since November 24, the Pioneers Women's Basketball team traveled to Rocklin, California for the second time this season looking to give the Warriors of William Jessup University their first home loss of the season. The Warriors got off to another quick start with no Pioneers answer and would win the game 38-74.


[Men's Basketball] ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD
SAN DIMAS, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Basketball team completed their Southern California road trip with another victory Tuesday night against Life Pacific College. This was their fourth game in five nights but that wouldn't stop the Pioneers from distancing themselves from the Life Pacific College Warriors early on.


[Men's Basketball] Slow Start Gives Pioneers First Loss of the Season
ARCATA, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Basketball team took to the court against the Lumberjacks of Humboldt State on Saturday night with the goal of upsetting an NCAA DII team. The Lumberjacks cut down those hopes early on as the Pioneers could not find the energy to defend or attack their opposition.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Struggle Defensively in Loss to Royals
FULLERTON, Calif. – The Pioneers looked to turn around their recent misfortunes on Tuesday in a nonconference game against Golden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) opponent Hope International University in Fullerton, California. Three Pioneers would score in double figures, but the Royals would come out on top at the final buzzer, 77-57.


[Men's Basketball] Men^s Basketball Win Two in Lancaster
LANCASTER, Calif. - The Pioneers traveled to Lancaster, California to play two games against Multnomah University on Friday afternoon and West Coast Baptist on Saturday night. PUC was forced to play a man short after guard Allan Santos suffered an ankle injury in shoot around the night before. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Fall in Close Game in San Diego
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – The PUC Women's Basketball Team took on San Diego Christian College in San Diego, California on Saturday. They would go into the game looking for their first win of the season but would come up just short in their closest contest this season 50-46 and drop to 0-6 on the season.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Drop Two in Oregon
The Pioneers Women's Basketball team traveled to Oregon to play two non-conference games against two top-flight NAIA opponents in Oregon Tech (November 14) and Southern Oregon University (November 15). The team would fall short in both games, but would gain valuable experience going forward.


[Men's Soccer] George Grisby and Bila Kintaudi Receive California Pacific Conference Honorable ...
Angwin, Calif. - Two men's soccer players George Grisby and Bila Kintaudi are recognized amongst the league's top players.


[Volleyball] Sydney Rucker and Amanda Loeffler Receive California Pacific Conference 1st Team Honors
ANGWIN, Calif. - Women's Volleyball claims two of the seven California Pacific Conference 1st Team slots taken by sophomore outside Amanda Loeffler and junior middle Sydney Rucker.  Also receiving honorable mention was junior setter Athena Abary, junior middle Kourtney Davidson, and sophomore opposite Lauren Purdom.


[Women's Basketball] Women's Basketball Open Season at William Jessup Classic
ROCKLIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Basketball team kicked off their season this weekend with two games in a tournament at William Jessup University in Rocklin, Calif. In their first game of the tournament, they played against NAIA Division I opponent Oregon Institute of Technology on November 6 and William Jessup University on November 7.


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Finish Season With a Loss Against Maritime
Angwin, CALIF-  The Pioneers finished their 2015 soccer season with a loss to Maritime on Saturday night.


[Volleyball] Golden Eagles Over Pioneers
ANGWIN, Calif.-The Pioneers fell in thier second to least league match against the La Sierra Golden Eagles in three straight sets; 28-30, 8-25, 23-25.  


[Volleyball] Women?s Volleyball Recognize Sarah Cusick on Senior Night
ANGWIN, Calif. – Despite a solid performance the Pioneers could not hold off the Eagles of Embry Riddle falling in four close sets 25-17, 22-25, 23-25, 18-25. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Unable to Score in Loss to UC Merced
MERCED, Calif.- The Men's Soccer team traveled to Merced, Calif. to play one of their final games of the season against conference opponent UC Merced. PUC would be unable to find the back of the net as they would fall to the Bobcats, 0-4. PUC's record now stands at 2-12-2 overall and 1-7-2 in conference.


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Turning Things Around To End Road Trip
MERCED, Calif. – The Women's Volleyball team played three matches in two days finishing thier road trip at 2-2, falling to Benedictine-Mesa but taking momentum back against Life Pacific College and UC Merced.


[Cross Country] Cross Country Ends Season at Cal Pac Championships
FRESNO, Calif.  - The Men's and Women's Cross Country teams traveled to Fresno, Calif. this weekend to participate in their last event of the season, the Cal Pac Championships. After an entertaining season, each runner ran their hardest one last time this year. Eight runners from the men's team participated in an 8K and seven from the women's team in a 5K at Woodward Park.


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Bench Helps Secure Opening Night Victory
ANGWIN, Calif. – Second year Head Coach Greg Rahn and the Pioneers Men's Basketball team tipped off the 2015-16 campaign Tuesday night with a non-conference game against West Coast Baptist College from Lancaster, Calif. On a night that was full of player debuts dawning PUC jerseys, the team struggled early in their home opener but found a way to put the game away late in a 73-72 win.


[Men's Basketball] 2015-2016 Men?s Basketball Schedule Announced
ANGWIN, Calif. – Coach Greg Rahn and the Pioneers Men's Basketball team are pleased to announce their schedule for the 2015-2016 season. They will begin their campaign on Tuesday, November 3 with a home game against West Coast Baptist. The Pioneers will play their most difficult preseason schedule yet, going up against a number of NCAA Division I and II teams and other top flight NAIA programs. They will travel to San Jose State to begin the grueling pre-season on November 7 at 7:00 p.m.


[Women's Basketball] 2015-2016 Women?s Basketball Schedule Announced
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Women's Basketball team and coach George Glover have announced their 2015-2016 Women's Basketball schedule. They will begin at the WJU Classic in Rocklin, Calif. where they will play Oregon Institute of Technology on November 6 and William Jessup University on November 7. They will travel to Oregon the next week to play OIT in Klamath Falls, Ore. and Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Ore.


[Volleyball] Sarah Cusick Named Cal Pac Defensive Player of the Week
ANGWIN, Calif. - Senior outside hitter Sarah Cusick (SR/Vacaville, CA) was named Cal Pac Defensive Player of the Week.   Cusick enters her last two regular season matches leading the Pioneers with 242 digs on the season, and averaging 2.9 digs/set.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Fall to University of Antelope Valley in Close Five Set Game
LANCASTER, Calif. – The PUC Women's volleyball team began their weekend road trip with a game in Lancaster, Calif. for their second game of the season against conference opponent the University of Antelope Valley. PUC earned a 3-1 victory in their first meeting and were looking to improve their conference record on Friday, but were unable to do so as they would fall in five close sets (3-2).


[Cross Country] PUC Connects with Community through Angwin to Angwish Race
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers opened the trails in the Back Forty to the community this past weekend as they do every year for the Angwin to Angwish. This year, PUC Athletics partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of St. Helena and Calistoga to host the family 4K/Fun Run in addition to the normal 24K and 12K runs. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Pick up Second Win on the Road
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. – The Pioneers traveled out of state to Nevada for a Friday afternoon contest against the Eagles of Sierra Nevada College. PUC went into the game with a record of 1-10-2 and were hoping to capture their first non-conference victory of the year. They were able to edge out the Eagles in double overtime and win the game 3-2.


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Down Red Hawks on Road
REDDING, Calif. – PUC Women's Volleyball team traveled to Redding, Calif. to face Simpson University. After losing to the Red Hawks on October 20 at home (3-1) the Pioneers were able to pick up their intensity on the road and come out with a victory in three sets. 


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Fall on Senior Night
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Soccer team played their final home game of the season and honored their seniors Sunday afternoon against Simpson University. Despite a quick goal, they were unable to come away with a victory, falling to the Red Hawks 2-1.


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Unable to Overcome Second Half Push, Fall at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Soccer team played one of their last home games of the season Tuesday afternoon for a nonconference game against Bethesda University. PUC was able to control pace of the game limiting their opponent to one goal in the first half. But they would struggle defensively in the second and would lose the game 6-1.


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Drop Two Games
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers Men's Soccer team struggled to find their offense in two weekend games, as they would fall to NCAA Division II opponent Cal State East Bay (9-0) and in a conference match to UC Merced (3-0). With the two losses, the Pioneers' record stands at 1-9-2 overall and 1-5-2 in conference.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Fall to Red Hawks at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Women's Volleyball team was hungry for their second conference win Sunday against Simpson University who traveled from Redding, Calif. PUC would fight hard for the whole match but would fall short to lose in four games pushing their conference record to 1-4.


[Men's Soccer] Soccer Brings Home First Win of Season
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Men's Soccer Team took on the California Maritime Keelhaulers on October 14 looking for their first conference win after a 3-3 draw with Simpson University on October 9. The Pioneers put together their best all-around performance of the season for these very special 90 minutes that resulted in a 1-0 PUC victory, the first for the soccer program in three years.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Win First Conference Game at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Pioneers Women's Volleyball team went into Saturday night's match against the Pioneers of University of Antelope Valley seeking their first conference win after dropping their previous two games. They would rely on solid offensive and defensive games from key players to carry them to a four set victory; 21-25, 25-12, 25-18, 25-13. With the win, PUC moves to 10-8 overall and 1-2 in conference.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Lose to Bobcats in Four Sets
ANGWIN, Calif. – The PUC Women's Volleyball team went into Sunday's home match looking to pick up their second win of conference play and their 11th overall. They would play well in the opening set against UC Merced, but would be unable to continue their momentum as they would lose in four sets dropping their conference record to 1-3.


[Cross Country] Men's and Women's Cross Country Participate in SF State Invitational
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's and Women's Cross Country teams both traveled to San Francisco to participate in the SF State Invitational at the Golden Gate Park's Speedway Meadow on the warm and sunny Friday afternoon.


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Tie in Double Overtime with Simpson University 3-3
REDDING, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Soccer team traveled to Redding, Calif. for a conference matchup against the Red Hawks of Simpson University Friday afternoon. The Pioneers looked to attack often during the game and took a lead into halftime. They were unable to keep the game out of reach and Simpson would tie the game forcing a 3-3 draw to end the game. 


[Volleyball] Pioneers Unable to Pick up Win on Road
RIVERSIDE, Calif.-The Pioneers kicked off conference play with two road games, they would first travel to Prescott, Ariz. to face Embry-Riddle (AZ) after which they would turn around and play La Sierra University in Riverside, Calif. two days later. Despite playing hard in their games, they would drop both in straight sets, moving their record to 9-8 overall and 0-2 in conference.


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Fall to Oaks in Non-Conference Matchup
ATHERTON, Calif. – The Pioneers looked to extend their winning streak to six games on Tuesday as they traveled to Atherton, Calif. to play Menlo College. The Pioneers would start slow and were unable to gain momentum in the match as they would lose in straight sets; 25-23, 25-16 and 25-22.


[Cross Country] Cross Country Hosts Pioneers Invitational on Back Trails
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers hosted the PUC Invitational in the back trails of the campus September 27. The Angwin trails hosted runners from Menlo College, Simpson University and California Maritime Academy.


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Lose Two at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers played their fourth and fifth CalPac contests Friday and Sunday afternoons against the University of Antelope Valley (UAV) and Embry Riddle University. The Pioneers would play both games well but were unable to figure things out offensively as they would drop both games 2-1, 7-1. 


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Score, Tie with La Sierra 1-1
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Soccer team put on a show in their conference home opener against undefeated La Sierra University, playing their best soccer and scoring their first goal of the season Wednesday. Despite the effort, they were not able to put the game away after a late goal that tied the game at one.  The Pioneers battled for 25 minutes with one player down. Neither team was unable to find the back of the net in overtime as the game would end in a 1-1 draw, the Pioneers' first in three years.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Continue their Winning Ways
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers came away with another resounding home victory on Tuesday, sweeping Mills College 25-9, 25-9, 25-10. This is the Pioneers' ninth win of their last ten match season and the seventh home game they have won this year.


[Cross Country] Pioneers Take Part in Whiskeytown Relays
REDDING, Calif. - On Sunday September 20, the Pioneers Cross Country Teams participate in the 40th Annual Whiskeytown Relays, a tradition the Pioneers have kept for four years. An event put on by the Redding community and SWEAT running club, the relay takes teams of four individuals and circles the 19.9 mile Whiskeytown Lake.


[PUC] Pioneers Athletics is Recognized as a Champions of Character Five-Star Institution
ANGWIN, Calif.- Pacific Union College has been selected as a 2014-2015 Champions of Character Five-Star Institution for the first time by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Character Advisory Committee and the National Office. 


[Volleyball] Women?s Volleyball Receive Two Cal Pac Players of the Week Awards
ANGWIN, Calif. -  Women's volleyball collects two of three California Pacific Conference Player of the Week awards with dominating wins over Holy Names University, Life Pacific College, and UC Santa Cruz.


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Fall in Cal Pac League Openers
ALISO VIEJO, Calif.- The Pioneers Men's Soccer team traveled to Southern California to kick off conference play against the league's top opponents. They took on Marymount California University (No. 3) and Soka University. The Pioneers were up to the challenge defensively against Marymount California, holding them scoreless for the first half and only allowing four shots while tallying two saves.


[Volleyball] Pioneers over UC Santa Cruz
ANGWIN, Calif. – PUC Women's Volleyball went into Friday's nonconference matchup against UC Santa Cruz looking to extend their home winning streak to six games. They were able to play a solid all-around game and come through with a win in four sets, improving their record to 8-5 for the season. 


[Volleyball] Pioneers Win in Straight Sets at Home
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Volleyball team went into their match against Life Pacific College (LPC) on Thursday undefeated at home. This game at the Covered Wagon would be no different as they would defeat LPC in straight sets (25-23, 25-21, 25-17) for their fifth home win of the season.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Down Holy Names University 3-0
OAKLAND, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Volleyball team made the drive back to Oakland on Monday to face NCAA Division II opponent Holy Names University out of the PacWest Conference. The trip was a success for PUC as they came home after a win in three sets. 


[Women's Cross Country] Women's Cross Country Open Season at Fresno Invitational
FRESNO, Calif. – The Women's Cross Country team participated in the Fresno State Invitational at 8:45 a.m. on Friday. The Pioneers competed hard in their first meet of the season and showed a lot of promise but also showed some room for improvement.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Pick up Dominant Win in Oakland
OAKLAND, Calif. – The Pioneers volleyball team looked to pick up a victory in Oakland playing against Mills College on Thursday. The Pioneers got off to a quick start in game one and were able to roll on to a quick three set win. 


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Lose Despite Solid Offensive Performance
ANGWIN, Calif. –The Pioneers Men's Soccer team put together their best offensive performance of the young season on Sunday, but were unable to overcome two early goals in a 0-2 nonconference loss to Southern Oregon University (SOU).


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Drop Tough Match in Rocklin
ROCKLIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Women's Volleyball team traveled to Rocklin, Calif. to take on former California Pacific Conference member William Jessup University (WJU) for their ninth game of the season. After a quick start resulting in a first set win, the Pioneers were unable to finish the job and fell to the Warriors in four sets.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Sweep PUC Invitational
ANGWIN, Calif. – After beating Menlo College on Sept. 2, the Pioneers Women's Volleyball Team hosted their own tournament, the PUC Invitational, on Sept. 3-4 in which they played Providence Christian College twice and West Coast Baptist once. The team would carry on the momentum from the Menlo victory to beat Providence (3-0), (3-0) and West Coast Baptist (3-1) improving their record to 4-4 on the season.


[Men's Soccer] Pioneers Shut Out in Rocklin
ROCKLIN, Calif. - The Pioneers Men's Soccer team made the trip to Rocklin, Calif. to face the Warriors of William Jessup University (WJU) in a 4 p.m. matchup that would result in a heartbreaking 0-3 loss. The loss will give the Pioneers a record of 0-2 for the season.


[Volleyball] Pioneers Rely on Offensive Power in Win over Menlo
ANGWIN, Calif.- The Pioneers' home opener on Wednesday was a competition against 2014 Cal Pac Champion Menlo College. The Pioneers would rely on strong offense and defense to defeat the Oaks 3-1 for their first win of the season and their first victory over Menlo since 2003.


[Women's Cross Country] Women's Volleyball Falls to Montana Tech and No. 5 Ranked Rocky Mountian
BUTTE, Mont. – The Pioneers Women's Volleyball team started their season 0-2 but hoped to turn their recent misfortunes around with two games on August 27 facing two more top NAIA Programs in Montana Tech and Rocky Mountain College (5). They were unable to pick up a win in their last two games, but learned some valuable lessons about where they want to be as a team when they return home.


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Fall in Home Opener to Menlo College Oaks
ANGWIN, Calif. – The Pioneers Men's Soccer team kicked off the 2015-16 campaign on Monday facing former Cal Pac opponent Menlo College. The Pioneers fought hard throughout the game but were unable to overcome a pair of first half Oaks goals, resulting in a 2-0 loss. 


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Lose Two Tough Matches in Montana Tournament
HELENA, Mont.  – The Pioneers Women's Volleyball team began their season out of state on Monday at the Big Sky Volleyball Challenge Tournament at Carroll College in Helena, Montana. Their first match of the tournament resulted in a 3-1 loss against a tough Great Falls (Mont.) opponent. 


[Men's Soccer] Men's Soccer Roster Includes Many New Faces
Angwin- Calif- Men's Soccer announces their roster with athletes up and down California. Men's soccer is introducing ten new players, and two former Pioneers returning after not playing in the past few years. 


[Volleyball] Pioneers Women?s Volleyball Signs Six
ANGWIN, Calif. – Head Coach Brittany Brown announced the signing of six players to add to her 2015-16 roster. Kristen Murray (FR/Simi Valley , CA), Jacqueline Uecker (FR/Ripon, CA), Karisa Carlson (FR/Ripon, CA), Chace Rogers (FR/Bakersfield, CA), Annalyese Fausel (SO/Rancho Cucamonga, CA) and Peyton McNeely (FR/Thousand Oaks, CA) will be looked upon to help the returning players as the program once again hopes to be California Pacific Conference champion contenders.


[Cross Country] Men?s and Women?s Cross Country Releases 2015 Schedule
ANGWIN, Calif. - Head Cross Country coach Dan Muhic (4th Season) has announced the 2015 schedule that will consist of six meets with two events being held in Pacific Union's own back yard, the PUC Cross Country Invitational and the Angwin to Anguish . The season will begin about 20 days before the first day of classes at the FSU invitational in Fresno, California on September 4.


[Men's Soccer] Men?s Soccer 2015 Schedule Announced
ANGWIN, Calif. – In conjunction with the California Pacific Conference schedule release, the men's soccer coaching staff announced their 2015 schedule this week. The team is set to play 17 games in total – seven non-conference and 10 conference – and hope to improve on a 2014 season that was full of learning experiences for the young team.  


[Volleyball] 2015 Women?s Volleyball Schedule Announced
ANGWIN, Calif. – Head Coach Brittany Brown has released the 2015 Women's Volleyball schedule. With vast improvement over the past two seasons and with the bulk of their roster still in-tact; this year's team is looking to continue their ongoing success.


[Volleyball] Women's Volleyball Ambassadors for Champions of Character
ANGWIN, Calif. – The women's volleyball team partnered with the city of St. Helena  to put on a six week league program that allowed the varsity team to coach the basic skills of volleyball and teach the young girls to become Champions of Character.


[PUC] Pioneers Athletics Summer Camps
ANGWIN, Calif.- Pioneers Athletics is hosting two week long summer camps developing the fundamental skills of volleyball and basketball for beginning to advanced levels.   Players will receive an advanced workout and participate in drills and games ran by PUC collegiate coaches and Pioneers varsity athletes.  PUC coaches are committed to teaching and incorporating the five core "Champions of Character" values Integrity, Respect, Sportsmanship, Servant Leadership, and Responsibility.      


[PUC] Homecoming Weekend Games Competitive, But Varsity On Top
ANGWIN, Calif.—Pacific Union College's Homecoming Weekend allowed Pioneers Athletics past and present to battle for a win and bragging rights, but most importantly to reconnecting with their Soccer, Basketball and Volleyball family. 


[Men's Basketball] Jordan Monteith Named a 2014-15 Daktronics-NAIA Division II Men?s Basketball ...
Kansas City, MO.– The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced Monday that 131 Division II men's basketball student-athletes have been named 2014-15 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, including Pacific Union College's Jordan Monteith.


[PUC] Pioneers Athletics Welcomes New Men?s Soccer Coaching Staff
Pioneers Athletics is excited to announce the hiring of head coach Archie Asare and assistant coaches Isaac Anjejo, and Jonathan Groschel.  Coach Asare brings a familiar face to PUC's athletic department, a coach with Cal-Pac experience, a former student-athlete at PUC, and a coach with exceptional playing experience.


[Men's Basketball] Two First Team All Conference Greenwell and Brown Honorees
ANGWIN, Calif- On Thursday 2/26/15 the Cal Pac Award winners for Men's Basketball were announced. Two Pioneers Greg Brown and Jordan Greenwell received First team Honors. 


[Women's Basketball] Three Players Recognized For Cal Pac Play
ANGWIN,Calif- On Thursday 2/26/15 the Cal Pac Award winners for Women's Basketball were announced. Three Pioneers were recognized for Cal Pac Conference awards. Amber Washington received First Team Honoree, Ariel Barnes with Second Team Honoree, and Kaitlyn Knab receiving Honorable Mention


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers End Their Season Losing With A First Round Playoff Loss.
VALLEJO, Calif- The Pioneers entering their first Cal Pac Playoff game since the 2010-2011 season were looking to advance the Championship game to play against Cal Maritime. A rough shooting night and great passing by Simpson gave the Redhawks the victory (78-95).


[Men's Basketball] Child Athlete Ezra Frech Inspires PUC to be ?Champions of Character?
Angwin, Calif.- Ezra Frech, a disabled child athlete who has been featured on Good Morning America and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, spoke to a crowd of nearly 200 Pacific Union College students, faculty, and community members on Monday, February 23. Frech shared his approach to life and the challenges he has faced in his 11 years of living with a disability


[Women's Basketball] Senior Night Spoiled for Lady Pioneers by Bobcats
ANGWIN, Calif- Saturday was senior night at the Covered Wagon meaning the Lady Pioneers would be seeing off four seniors. Da Monique Davis, Amber Washington, Kaitlyn Knab and Ariel Barnes were all important parts of the women's team this season. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Go Into Playoffs With A Win On Senior Night
ANGWIN, Calif- Senior night for the Pioneers meant saying good-bye to six players who played a key role in helping them to the success they reached this season. They will be losing Austin Coetzee, Devon Marshall, Jordan Monteith, Keith Hicks, Gurpreet Sangha, Taureaus Maxwell and Jordan Greenwell. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Lose To Golden Eagles By Double Digits
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers looked to bounce back after a tough conference loss to Cal Maritime on Feb. 14 by securing a win over conference rival and sister school La Sierra University. Their plans were spoiled, however, suffering a heartbreaking 71-86 loss after beating the Eagles in their first meeting down in Riverside on a buzzer beater. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Lose Playoff Chance With Loss to LSU
ANGWIN,Calif- The Lady Pioneers looked to win their third conference game on Thursday against conference rival La Sierra University and were confident going into the game after stealing a five point victory in Riverside. The Lady Pioneers played well, but at the final buzzer, they suffered a three point loss 60-57. 


[Men's Basketball] Men' Basketball Could Not Stop Maritime's Win Streak, Lose In A Rout
VALLEJO, Calif- The Pioneers were looking to ride an emotional win over Simpson University and steal a victory at Cal Maritime. Their shooting touch did not follow suit losing (56-76). 


[Women's Basketball] Women Lose Their Third Conference Game In A Row, Falling to Maritime 49-53.
VALLEJO, Calif- The Lady Pioneers were on the road looking to bounce back after two tough losses versus Simpson and Menlo. After keeping the game close within two possessions they could not pullout a victory on Maritimes home floor. 


[Men's Basketball] Men Could Not Stop Maritimes Win Streak, Lose In A Rout
VALLEJO, Calif- The Pioneers were looking to ride an emotional win over Simpson University and steal a victory at Cal Maritime. Their shooting touch did not follow suit losing (56-76). 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Take Over The ?Cage? Gives Simpson Their First Loss In Conference.
Redding, Calif- The Pioneers were on their road for their final matchup against the Simpson Redhawks. In this matchup it was another battle of athleticism and who could score off of turnovers. The Pioneers did just that winning (88-80). 


[PUC] Pioneer Athletics Hosts First Annual Alumni Event
You spent countless hours in the gym, on the field, or running the trails. Now, return home for a special event for Pioneer alumni during PUC's annual Homecoming celebration April 18/19.  


[Women's Basketball] Women Cannot Sustain Halftime Lead, Fall To Simpson
 Redding, Calif- The Pioneers were on the road looking for the series sweep taking on the Simpson Redhawks for their final matchup this season. After a win in the Covered Wagon in their previous matchup the Pioneers were hoping for that same result. 


[Men's Basketball] Second Half Defense Leads To Win Over Menlo
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers hosted the Menlo College Oaks for their final game of a three game home stand. In the first match up the Pioneers came out with a 82-68 win from a offensive explosion in the second half.  The Pioneers needed to end their losing their two game losing streak to remain in playoff contention. Both teams were erratic to start the game. The Oaks front court bothered Pioneers defenders, while also using their length to contest lay ups. Both teams were trading baskets with five ties (11-11) in the first half in the first five minuets. The Oaks took a lead with 11 minuets left in the half and built it to as large as ten. The Pioneers were able to cut the lead in half with free throw shooting and a lay up at the buzzer. In the second half it was a spark from bench players that created turnovers with their suffocating defense. The pioneers took the lead at the 14 minute mark and never looked back cruising to a victory.            This win give the Pioneers a (9-14) overall record and (4-2) in Cal Pac play. This completed the season sweep of the Oaks as they fall to (2-20) overall and (1-5) in Cal Pac play. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Pushed No.14 Ranked Menlo To The Test, But Takes Another Loss
ANGWIN, Calif- The Lady Pioneers hosted the Menlo College Oaks for their last game of a three game home stand. Menlo came into the Covered wagon atop the Cal Pac Conference while the Pioneers are on the outside looking in playoff standings. It was an ugly start for both teams, with many missed shot opportunities and turnovers. The Oaks got out to a big lead in the first half, however the Pioneers were able to close the gap going into half time. In the Second half the Pioneers continued to battle in the paint eventually taking a small lead. Both teams had an answer for each other offensively until a three pointer in transition by the Oaks with five minuets left. From then the Pioneers could not get a good offensive possession leading to a 46-57 loss.            With the loss it puts the Pioneers at a (4-15) record overall and (2-4) in Cal Pac Play. The Oaks remain undefeated in Cal Pac play. 


[PUC] Pioneers Featured Athletes
The athletic department has recognized two outstanding athletes for achieving higher excellence. Lindsey Henning and Jonathan Goorhuis have displayed what the athletic department recognizes as an exemplary student-athlete. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Squander A Double Digit Lead, Lose to Keelhaulers
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers hosted the visiting Cal Maritime Academy Keelhaulers in the covered wagon last night. The gym was electric with a huge crowd on hand to give an amazing atmosphere for a huge home court advantage. The Pioneers had an early lead and led at half time by eleven. Turnovers and poor offensive possessions hurt the lady Pioneers leading to a loss 56-60. This loss puts the Lady Pioneers at a (1-3) conference record and  (3-14) overall. 


[Men's Basketball] Men?s Basketball Lose Heartbreaker In OT To Keelhaulers
ANGWIN, CAILF- The Pioneers hosted the Keelhaulers for the first game of conference at home Thursday night filled with high emotion and tension. The gym was full to capacity with people standing eager to see the next possession. After being down by eight early points within the first six minuets of the game the Pioneers started to cut the lead with each possession. The stifling defense helped generate a run to their biggest lead of 16 points.The poise of the Keelhaulers kept them in the game playing a much better second half. Mental mistakes cost the Pioneers forcing the game into overtime.  In the overtime period the teams were trading baskets with each team playing very physical defensively. Shot selection and time management hurt the Pioneers, which let the Keelhaulers steal a victory (87-90). 


[Men's Basketball] Men?s Poor Shooting Gives Another Loss In Conference Play
ANGWIN, CALF- The Pioneers hosted the Simpson University Red hawks on Saturday night hoping to give them their first loss in conference play. It was a test for both teams as the athleticism for both squads were on display. It was a defensive battle with both teams contesting each shot attempt. The Pioneers started the game sluggish down 12 points with 11 minuets in the half, but crawled back into it leading at half time. In the second half poor shot selection, and fouling the Simpson players proved to be too much for the Pioneers to overcome losing 77-85. The loss now puts the Pioneers at (8-14) on the season and (3-2) in Cal Pac play. 


[Women's Basketball] Women Get Second Conference Win Beating The RedHawks
ANGWIN, CALIF- THE Pioneers were looking to get back on the winning side of things after a tough loss against Cal Maritime Thursday night. The Pioneers took on Simpson University who were winless in Cal Pac play. The Pioneers were clicking offensively jumping out to a (16-10) lead with 12 minutes in the half. They maintained their lead pushing it to as large as 12 after a buzzer beater put the Pioneers up (40-28 at the break). Into the second half the Redhawks clawed there way back into the game going on a 19 to 6 run taking a one point lead (46-47) with 11 minuets let in the game. The teams were trading baskets with multiple lead changes until the Pioneers broke it open with basket by Amber Washington after a turnover with three minuets left in the game. With the win the Pioneers improve to (4-14) overall and (2-3) in Cal Pac play.


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Cannot Contain No. 15 Ranked Menlo, Falls to (1-2) In Conference Play
ATHERTON, Calif- The Lady Pioneers after a win against La Sierra had to take on nationally ranked and reigning conference champions Menlo College. The Pioneers could not stop the high-powered attack of the Oaks losing (41-93). The loss brings the Pioneers overall record to (3-12) and (1-2) in Cal Pac play. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers go 3-0 In Conference After 82-68 Win Against Menlo College.
ATHERTON, Calif-The Pioneers went into the Haynes-Prim Pavilion to put their 2-0 record in Cal Pac play to the test against the Menlo College Oaks. The Pioneers held an early lead in the first half before the Oaks were able to overtake the lead into the break. Out of the break, the Pioneers had an offensive outburst in the second half pulled away from the Oaks for the win. The Pioneers improve to (8-12) overall and (3-0) in conference, with the loss the Menlo Oaks drop to (2-17) overall and 1-2) in Cal Pac play. 


[Women's Basketball] Women's Basketball Loses First Conference Game Versus Merced
MERCED, Calif- The lady pioneers were on the road taking on the UC Merced Bobcats for their first conference game of the season. It was a rough preseason schedule for the pioneers (2-11) and they were looking to end their losing streak in their first conference game. The pioneers could not get it going early on struggling to run their offense. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Beat La Sierra on Clutch three by Greg Brown 68-67
Riverside, Calif- The Pioneers were after a thrilling win over UC Merced was looking to repeat that performance against the Eagles of La Sierra. It was a game of runs, the Pioneers took an early eight-point lead into the first half, but the Eagles did not break staying within striking distance.  In the second half the Eagles came soaring back and took a ten-point lead. The Pioneers however were composed and with stifling defense, La Sierra missed opportunities the lead was slowly chipped away. It came down to the last possession, where Greg Brown hits his eighth three-pointer with 1.3 seconds left in the game silencing the Eagles players and staff. The Eagles were not able to get a good shot opportunity in the final second, with the Pioneers stealing the win 68-67. 


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers Get First Cal Pac Win Versus La Sierra
RIVERSIDE, Calif- The Lady Pioneers finished their road trip with their second game of conference play. After a loss against UC Merced the Pioneers needed to get off to a hot start so that they can play their game. The Pioneers were able to pull off a victory after poor shooting night 55-50 to improve to 1-1 in conference play and (3-12) overall. 


[PUC] Pioneers Basketball Teams Play and Serve
On and off the court, the PUC Pioneers basketball teams are demonstrating dedication to excellence as students and athletes—and community servants. Though they have had a busy schedule with games and practices, the teams have found time to reach out to the community and give back. This season, the men's team visited the San Quentin State Prison, while the women's basketball team stayed local to help out the Calistoga Community Center. The visits were a learning experience the student-athletes will never forget


[PUC] PUC Basketball Takes Cal Pac Player Of The Week Honors Amber and Jordan
 The Cal Pac has recognized two outstanding athletes from our institution for their play in their first two conference games. Amber Washington and Jordan Montieth received this weeks honors.   


[Men's Basketball] Shots Wont Fall, Pioneers Lose in Santa Cruz
SANTA CRUZ, CALIF- The Pioneers went on the road to take on the Banana Slugs of UC Santa Cruz for their last preseason game before conference play. The Pioneers continued their shooting slump and was held to one of their lowest scoring games this season. The Pioneers fell 60-65 and their record drops to (5-12) this season. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Lose In A New Years Eve Matchup Against Eagles
LA MIRADA, Calif- The Pioneers (5-9) took on the Biola University Eagles (13-3) looking for a win to close 2014. The Eagle offense was stellar converting on many of their shot opportunities, while the Pioneers could not find the bottom of the basket. A big run by the Eagles gave them the lead and the Pioneers were unable to recover. 


[Men's Basketball] Men?s Continue Slump With Back To Back Losses To Start The New Year
 FULLERTON, Calif- The Pioneers continued their road trip with games against Westmont College and Hope International University. They were tough losses in both games losing (51-95) to Westmont and (50-90) to Hope International. With these two losses the Pioneers are in the midst of a four game losing streak. 


[Women's Basketball] Women?s Basketball Splits At Simpson Classic
REDDING, Calif- The Women's basketball team went on the road for two games at the Simpson Classic. The Pioneers could not slow down the Cougars of Cal State San Marcos losing 44-68, however were able to beat former conference foe William Jessup Warriors 70-52. In this trip the Pioneers record is (2-11) both wins on the road so far. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneer Offense Dominant Score 100 , Defeat the Eagles
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers took host to the visiting Northwest Indian College Eagles on 12/13/14 after two weeks without a game. The lay off did affect the Pioneers as they started off slow allowing the Eagles offense to get easy shot opportunities. The Pioneers were able to overcome that sluggish start securing the win 100-76. The Pioneers now (3-7) had their best game all around with great ball movement, limited turnovers, steals and rebounding. 


[Men's Basketball] Game Winning Buzzer Beater Three Pointer By PUC, Stuns Warriors 74-73
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers hosted the visiting NAIA Division I William Jessup Warriors on Monday Night The Pioneers were looking to avenge their loss earlier this season to the Warriors. It was a back and forth game with both teams playing well on both ends of the floor. There was a total of 23 lead changes and nine ties during the game.   It was a tie game after the first half but the Warriors took a lead late into the second half. Their lead dwindled as the Pioneers would not go down without a fight.  It took a Buzzer beater three pointer by Jarron Crump stunning the Warriors leaving them speechless. 


[Men's Basketball] Another Game Winner by Crump, Defeat Poets
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers put their two game winning streak to the test against NCAA Division III Whittier College Poets. It was a back and forth game with high-flying dunks and clutch three point shooting. The Pioneers came back from an early deficit in the first half and maintained a lead through the second half. The Poets were able to tie the game late and it was up to Jarron "Big Shot" Crump hitting a deep two pointer with 2.5 seconds left in the game. The Pioneers contested Whittier's final attempt and the win streak continues for the Pioneers.


[Women's Basketball] Lady Pioneers, No Match For Fresh Legged Raiders.
ANGWIN, Calif, The Lady Pioneers Hosted the Southern Oregon Raiders in a rematch from earlier this season. The Pioneers struggled without any reserves to come off the bench. Fatigue set in and the Raiders were able to run away with a victory, (90-41). 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers With a Hot Start, But Cannot Get Away From Turnovers
ANGWIN, Calif- The lady Pioneers were back in action Sunday afternoon taking on visiting Bethesda University. The Pioneers struggled to control the ball, with arid passes and steals by Bethesda. An injury to Rachel Hahn late in the first half hurt the Pioneers bench with three players playing all 40 minuets. The tired Pioneers cold not overcome thier bad shooting in the Second half falling (67-74).  


[Men's Basketball] Greg Brown Puts Pioneers on His Back, Leads to Win Over Holy Names
OAKLAND, Calif- The Pioneers were on the road taking on Holy Names University Saturday pulling out the 75-71 victory. It was on the shoulders of Greg Brown who scored a season high 38 points and also had team high six rebounds. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Overmatched By Mustangs
Santa Clarita, Calif- The Pioneers took on Masters College Monday night in a non- conference match up and lose 59-85. The Mustangs (4-2) had a hot shooting hand with all but one starter scoring in double digits. The Pioneers now (1-6) on the season struggled from the field. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Cannot Bring Down Soaring Eagles
Irvine, CA- The Pioneers took on the Concordia University Eagles this past Tuesday and lost 76-95. The Pioneers (2-6) had a difficult time stopping the offensive attack of the Eagles (5-1). The defense did not play its best coming off a back to back with a loss to West Coast Baptist on Monday night. 


[Men's Basketball] Pioneers Fall to Hawks in Nail-Biting Finish
ANGWIN, Calif- The Pioneers hosted San Diego Christian College on Saturday 11/29 in their third home game of the season. Turnovers in critical situations and being out rebounded proved costly, as they lose 77-81. The loss drops the Pioneers to (2-7) on the season, still winless at home. The Hawks Improve to a (4-2) record. 


[Women's Basketball] Pioneers Cannot Build on Early Lead, Lose Home Opener
ANGWIN, Calif- The lady Pioneers took host to the Oregon Institute of Technology Owls on Sunday afternoon for their home opener. The Pioneers could not overcome a poor shooting game and fall (49-60).  The Pioneers (1-7) gained an early advantage in the first half but let the lead slip away to the Owls now (10-1). 


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