1960 Pacific Tigers football team

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1960 Pacific Tigers football
Conference Independent
1960 record 4–6
Head coach Jack Myers (8th season)
Home stadium Pacific Memorial Stadium
Seasons
← 1959
1961 →

The 1960 Pacific Tigers football team represented the College of the Pacific[note 1] during the 1960 college football season.

Pacific competed as an independent in 1960, they played home games in Pacific Memorial Stadium[note 2] in Stockton, California. In their eighth season under head coach Jack Myers, the Tigers finished with their first losing record since 1954, a record of four wins and six losses (4–6), for the season they were outscored by their opponents 140–278.

Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Site Result Attendance
September 17 at Washington Husky StadiumSeattle, WA L 6–55   39,047
September 24 Marquette Pacific Memorial StadiumStockton, California L 0–20  
October 1 Hawaii Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California W 28–20   8,000[1]
October 8 at Villanova Villanova StadiumBryn Mawr, Pennsylvania W 24–7  
October 22 at Washington State Rogers FieldPullman, Washington L 12–51   15,500
October 29 Idaho Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California W 25–14  
November 5 San Jose State[note 3] Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California W 26–20  
November 12 Utah State Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California L 6–45  
November 19 Iowa State Pacific Memorial Stadium • Stockton, California L 6–14  
November 26 at Fresno State[note 4] Ratcliffe StadiumFresno, California L 7–32   10,011[2]

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Team players in the NFL[edit]

The following College of the Pacific players were selected in the 1961 NFL Draft.[4][5][6]

Player Position Round Overall NFL team
Willie Hector Tackle 5 60 Los Angeles Rams

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ University of the Pacific (UOP) was known as College of the Pacific from 1911 to 1961.
  2. ^ Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium was known as Pacific Memorial Stadium from its opening in 1950 through 1987.
  3. ^ San Jose State University was known as San Jose State College from 1935 to 1971.
  4. ^ California State University, Fresno was known as Fresno State College from 1949 to 1971.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hawaii Rainbow Warrior Football 2016 Media Guide" (PDF). p. 131. Retrieved February 15, 2007. 
  2. ^ "Fresno State 2016 Media Guide" (PDF). Retrieved December 8, 2016. 
  3. ^ "1960 - Pacific (CA)". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved January 30, 2017. 
  4. ^ "1961 NFL Draft". Retrieved December 7, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Pacific Players/Alumni". Retrieved January 30, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Draft History: U. of Pacific". Retrieved March 18, 2017.