San Francisco Downs Pacific on Senior Night


Despite getting a scare from the Tigers, the Dons notched a 64-59 victory over Pacific and remain at the heels of the BYU Cougars for second place in the conference standings.

Avry Holmes led San Francisco in scoring with 15 points. Cole Dickerson had a nice outing on his senior night, chipping in 14 points and 13 rebounds. Mark Tollefsen was the third and final Don in double-figures with 11 points. Holmes’ 5 assists was a team-high.

The Dons did not shoot particularly well from beyond the arc (18%, 3-17), but it did not hold them back too much.

A 6-8 outing for Trevin Harris was good for 15 points and a team-high for the Tigers. Sama Taku chipped in 14 points and led the Tigers on the glass with six rebounds. The Tigers only had four assists on the evening, and Bock had half of them.

Keys to the Game Checklist

San Francisco

(X) Run and Gun:

The game did not get too up and down, and that allowed Pacific to stay in the game.


(X) T.J. Wallace:

Wallace did not have a bad game, but he didn’t do a lot to propel the Tigers to victory. Wallace had 5 points on 2-2 shooting.

Moving Forward

With the win San Francisco has put pressure on BYU for second place in the conference. Their upcoming games are against the LA schools.

Pacific has Gonzaga and Portland coming to town, and two wins could potentially put them in the top 6 of the WCC standings if the right things take place on the last week of the regular season.