The Pacific men’s soccer program, the Pacific Athletic Foundation and head coach Ryan Jorden have announced the introduction of the Center Circle Supporters Club, which will give friends of Pacific men’s soccer greater access and connection to the program as well as develop financial support for an enhanced student-athlete experience.
“The Center Circle will be an excellent opportunity for our fans, alumni, boosters and Pacific Athletics supporters to partner with our program," said Jorden. "We are excited to increase our network of supporters, who will feel a connection to Pacific men’s soccer as we aim to establish ourselves as a perennial West Coast Conference contender and National Top-25 program.”
As men’s soccer continues to grow in stature, the Center Circle aims to engage alumni, parents and community friends in sport of the team’s efforts to achieve regional and national success. in 2016, just three years after the program was restarted following a 30-year hiatus, the Tigers completed the greatest single season win-loss record improvement in NCAA men’s soccer history and finished with a final ranking of #27 in the country while qualifying for the first NCAA National Tournament in program history. Pacific won its opening round match, prior to falling to the eventual National Champion Stanford Cardinal in the second round.
Pacific men’s soccer is resolute in its desire to recruit and develop top level student-athletes who are determined to grow the playing standard while continuing to succeed in the classroom and engage in the local community on multiple levels.
To be part of the Center Circle and to make your donation, click here or visit JoinPAF.org