NCAA.com | November 8, 2013 Ranked No. 1 for the first time in history, Pacific to face tough tests Share For the first time in program history, No. 1 Pacific is ranked No. 1 in the country. Pacific hits the road for MPSF games at No. 7 Pepperdine on Friday and No. 6 UC Santa Barbara on Sunday. SCHOOLRECORDWEEKEND SCHEDULEFAST FACTSNo. 1 Pacific16-3 Overall3-1 MPSF Fri., Nov. 8: vs. No. 7 PepperdineSun., Nov. 10: vs. No. 6 UC Santa BarbaraPacific ranked number one for first time in program history after last week's win against Southern California.No. 2 UCLA20-2 Overall2-1 MPSF Sat., Nov. 9: vs. No. 8 Long Beach StateSun., Nov. 10: vs. No. 7 PepperdineJon Sibley finished with seven saves against Long Beach State last weekend.No. 2 Southern California20-2 Overall2-1 MPSF Sat., Nov. 9: vs. No. 5 CaliforniaSun., Nov. 10: vs. No. 7 PepperdinePacific held USC to a season-low six goals last weekend.No. 4 Stanford14-4 Overall3-1 MPSFFri., Nov. 8: vs. No. 9 UC IrvineSat., Nov. 9: vs. ChapmanEight players scored goals for the Cardinal in a win against UC Santa Barbara last weekend.No. 5 California14-5 Overall3-2 MPSFSat., Nov. 9: vs. No. 2Southern CaliforniaThe Golden Bears, winners of five of their past six matches, are looking to upend a team ranked higher in the national rankings for the first time this season.No. 6 UC Santa Barbara16-7 Overall3-3 MPSFSun., Nov. 10: vs. No. 1 PacificLast weekend, UCSB defeated No. 8 UC Irvine by the score of 11-7.No. 7 Pepperdine9-9 Overall1-3 MPSF Fri., Nov. 8: vs. No. 1 PacificSun., Nov. 10: vs. No. 2 Southern CaliforniaGoaltender Bence Valcis had a career day, stopping 20 49er attempts to turn back Long Beach State last weekend.No. 8 Long Beach State17-3 OverallSat., Nov. 9: vs. No. 2 UCLASun., Nov. 10: vs. No. 4 StanfordLong Beach State is led by sophomore Zacchary Kappos, who has 41 goals in 25 games.No. 9 UC Irvine11-9 Overall0-4 MPSFFri., Nov. 8: vs. No. 4 StanfordSenior Bojan Hrlec scored a game-high three goals for the 'Eaters in last weekend's loss.No. 10 UC San Diego12-11 Overall4-1 WWPAIDLEUC San Diego fell in sudden overtime 12-11 against No. 17 UC Davis on Saturday.