Jamieson Cox: Pacific Hail, Roar Tigers!
If it weren’t for Jamieson Cox ‘14 and Pacific’s tennis teams, I would have never heard that phrase. Since his inception on this campus, Jamieson has bled orange and black. He lives, breathes and dresses Pacific and our colors every day and is one of the most spirited students on our campus. “There is never a wrong time to show school spirit. It is impossible to be too spirited,” Cox stated. As a graduate assistant coach for Pacific’s men’s and women’s tennis teams, he cheers on his team every chance he gets and is passionately dedicated to the players. As publisher of The Pacifican, he works with the staff to get information out to the campus and demands the highest of quality with the publication. As an MBA student in the Eberhardt School of Business, he is always walking down an uncharted path and discovering new ways to help our community and the global community as well. Cox is the embodiment of spirit and he continues to improve himself as well as the Tigers around him. Dressed in either a black suit with his distinctly Pacific orange tie and pocket square, or in full tennis garb, Cox works his school spirit on a daily basis and is a great example of school spirit. His passion for the activities he’s involved with and the excitement he has for his school makes Jamieson Cox a true Tiger.
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