STOCKTON, Calif. - The Pacific women's basketball team hits the road for the last time before West Coast Conference play begins as they head to Seattle to take on the Seattle Redhawks Sunday at 2 p.m.
The Orange and Black are 4-5 overall this season and looking for their first win on the road after their home heavy preseason schedule.
What You Need To Know
- SHOOTER MCGAVIN: Through nine games, the Tigers are shooting 44 percent with Anaya Brooklyn McDavid pacing the Tigers shooting 53 percent from the field.
- ONE GEE: Coming off her second career triple-double (18p, 10r, 10a) against 25th ranked California, GeAnna Luaulu-Summers is 13 points away from scoring 1,000 career points. She will become the 22nd Tiger in program history to reach the milestone.
- OUR SPECIALTY: Pacific holds the advantage over their opponents per game in points in the paint (40-35), points off turnovers (21-16), second change points (13-11), fast break points (11-4), and bench points (25-22).
Inside the Series
The Tigers are 3-0 when facing Seattle, with two wins coming at the Alex G. Spanos Center and one win at the Redhawks home court at the Connolly Center. In the last meeting, Pacific opened their season in Seattle nipping the Redhawks 71-70.
This season, the Redhawks are even at 5-5 overall with a 2-4 home record. Seattle is coming off a 78-64 win against Montana Wednesday night with a Friday night duel slated for 5 p.m. with Idaho before facing the Tigers.
Follow the Tigers
Sunday's contest will air for free on WAC Digital Network with live stats also available. Audio for the game will be provided free of charge with the voice of Pacific women's basketball, Don Gubbins, which can be found on PacificTigers.com.
For more information about the Pacific women's basketball team, be sure to follow @Pacific_Hoops on Twitter and @pacificwbb on Instagram.
Pacific women's basketball fans can follow all of the action as if they were in the front row of every game, providing access to score updates, statistics, game recaps and more with the new Pacific Tigers Front Row app available for free in the App Store and Google Play.