#NCAAW: Pac-12 Women Heat Up Ranked Conference Play

SAN FRANCISCO – Pac-12 women’s basketball returns to the hardwood on Friday as No. 11 Oregon takes on Utah at 2 p.m. and USC hosts No. 10 Arizona at 4 p.m. No. 5 UCLA looks for its fifth-straight win as they take on Arizona State at 6 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Network.

  • Once again the Conference of Champions boasts four teams ranked in the AP top 25, three of which are ranked in the top 10 which is the most of any other conference. UCLA comes in at #5, and is followed by #6 STANFORD, #10 ARIZONA and #11 OREGON.
  • STANFORD is at #2 in the latest NET Rankings, followed by #4 OREGON, #7 UCLA, #15 ARIZONA, #31 WASHINGTON STATE, #59 COLORADO, #63 OREGON STATE, #65 USC and #77 ARIZONA STATE for nine teams inside the top 80. The three teams in the top 10 are the most of any other conference.
  • WASHINGTON STATE’s Charlisse Leger-Walker earned her fifth Pac-12 Freshman of the Week honor on Monday, becoming the seventh player in league history to earn the honor five-or-more times since the award started during the 2012-13 season. Former CALIFORNIA standout Kristine Anigwe owns the record for most Freshman of the Week nods with eight, which she earned during the 2015-16 campaign.
  • Santa Clara County has returned to the Purple Tier following the lifting of California’s Regional Stay at Home Order, which allows STANFORD to resume training and competition involving contact, close proximity and equipment sharing, both indoors and outdoors. The No. 6 Cardinal, who have not played a true home game since Nov. 25, are scheduled to host COLORADO on Feb. 5 at Maples Pavilion.
  • The NCAA announced several planning updates for the 2021 Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, including the reiteration of a 64- team bracket. The committee also announced that for the 2020-21 academic year, it would waive the .500 rule, which normally requires teams to have overall won-lost records of .500 or better to be considered for an at-large selection. Due to the entire championship moving to one geographic area and the San Antonio region currently under consideration, the committee decided to remove references to geography in principle for placing teams into the bracket for the 2021 championship only.


Teams Pac-12 Record Overall Record
#6 Stanford 9-2 12-2
#10 Arizona 9-2 11-2
#5 UCLA 7-2 9-2
#11 Oregon 9-3 11-3
Washington State 6-4 8-4
Arizona State 4-4 8-4
Colorado 4-6 6-7
USC 4-6 6-7
Oregon State 2-5 4-5
Utah 3-9 4-9
Washington 1-7 4-7
California 0-8 0-11

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PAC-12 WEEKLY SCHEDULE  (All games, tip times & TV broadcasts are subject to change)
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Wednesday, January 27    
#6 Stanford at Washington State P12N 6:30 p.m. PT
Friday, January 29    
#6 Stanford at Washington State Live Stream 12 p.m. PT
#11 Oregon at Utah P12N 3 p.m. MT
Oregon State at Colorado Live Stream 6 p.m. MT
Arizona State at #5 UCLA P12N 6 p.m. PT
Sunday, January 31    
#11 Oregon at Colorado P12N 12 p.m. MT
Oregon State at Utah Live Stream 12 p.m. MT
Arizona State at USC Live Stream 1 p.m. PT
#6 Stanford at Washington P12N 1 p.m. PT


Week of Player Freshman
Nov. 30 Charisma Osborne, UCLA Tameiya Sadler, WASH
Dec. 7 Haley Jones, STAN Sasha Goforth, OSU
Dec. 14 Brynna Maxwell, UTAH Charlisse Leger-Walker, WSU
Dec. 21 Aari McDonald, ARIZ Sydney Parrish, ORE
Dec. 28 Jordan Sanders, USC Charlisse Leger-Walker, WSU
Jan. 4 Michaela Onyenwere, UCLA Charlisse Leger-Walker, WSU
Jan. 11 Natalie Chou, UCLA Charlisse Leger-Walker, WSU
Jan. 18 Mya Hollingshed, COLO  Frida Formann, COLO
Jan. 25 Charisma Osborne, UCLA Charlisse Leger-Walker, WSU