The Tigers made it the furthest in the NCAA Tournament of any other Men’s WCC team this season. Pacific was also the only road team to win in the first round.
The Tigers finished with the best overall win percentage in the WCC (.737). Ranked second in points (89) and goals (32). Tied for first with seven shutouts. Third in goals allowed with just nineteen.
Julio Cervantes led the Tigers with nine goals. He was second in the WCC in total points with twenty-one and goals and first in game-winning goals with four.
Tristan Blackmon led the Tigers with five assists. In the WCC he was 8th in total points with thirteen and fifth in assists.
Curtis Goldsmith led the WCC with a 0.86 goals-against average. He was 2nd in shutouts with six and tied for third with fifty-three saves.