The Pac-12 Conference has announced the weekly matchups and site designations for the 2023-24 women’s basketball season.
The announcement reflects the games being played and the home/away designations each weekend of the Pac-12 regular season. Specific dates and times for each game will be announced after television selections are finalized. Some games may shift outside of the Conference’s traditional Friday-Sunday windows pending those television selections and other factors.
Contests on the first full weekend of the regular season are slated for Friday, Jan. 5. The season’s final weekend of games will be played on Thursday, Feb. 29 and Saturday, March 2, all leading up to the 2024 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament, which takes place from March 6-10 in Las Vegas.
Like last season, all rivalry games have been separated, with the first played on a mutually agreed-upon date in the month of December and the second during the traditional nine-week Conference schedule.
The Pac-12 sent a league record-tying seven teams to the 2023 NCAA Tournament, with three advancing to the Sweet 16 for the sixth time in the last seven NCAA Tournaments. The Conference heads into the upcoming season with a national-best six teams appearing in espnW’s “Way Too Early” Top 25 in No. 4 UCLA, No. 5 Utah, No. 16 Stanford, No. 18 USC, No. 21 Colorado and No. 23 Washington State.
Ten All-Conference selections, four All-Defensive and five All-Freshman team honorees are set to return for the 2023-24 season, including reigning Player of the Year (Alissa Pili, UTAH), Defensive Player of the Year (Cameron Brink, STAN) and Freshman & Sixth Player of the Year (Raegan Beers, OSU).
A total of six women who played in the 2023 McDonald’s All American Game are slated to join the Pac-12 this upcoming season in Arizona’s Breya Cunningham and Jada Williams, Oregon’s Sofia Bell, Stanford’s Courtney Ogden, UCLA’s Amanda Muse and USC’s Judea “JuJu” Watkins. Pac-12 squads signed 20 student-athletes from the 2023 espnW HoopGurlz Top 100 who will be freshmen this fall, including three of the top 10 (No. 1 Watkins, USC; No. 8 Montaya Dew, ARIZ; and No. 10 Ogden, STAN).
Pac-12 Women’s Basketball 2023-24 Conference Matchups (subject to change)
DecemberWashington at Washington State – Dec. 10Arizona at Arizona State – Dec. 17Stanford at California – Dec. 29
USC at UCLA – Dec. 30Utah at Colorado – Dec. 30Oregon at Oregon State – Dec. 31
Weekend of Jan. 5 – Jan. 7
Colorado/Utah at Arizona/Arizona State
Oregon/Oregon State at UCLA/USC
Washington/Washington State at California/Stanford
Weekend of Jan. 12 – Jan. 14
Arizona/Arizona State at Oregon/Oregon State
California/Stanford at Colorado/Utah
UCLA at USC
Washington State at Washington
Weekend of Jan. 19 – Jan. 21
Arizona/Arizona State at Washington/Washington State
Oregon/Oregon State at California/Stanford
UCLA/USC at Colorado/Utah
Weekend of Jan. 26 – Jan. 28
California/Stanford at Arizona/Arizona State
Colorado/Utah at Oregon/Oregon State
Washington/Washington State at UCLA/USC
Weekend of Feb. 2 – Feb. 4
Arizona State at Arizona
Colorado/Utah at Washington/Washington State
Oregon State at Oregon
UCLA/USC at California/Stanford
Weekend of Feb. 9 – Feb. 11
Arizona/Arizona State at UCLA/USC
California/Stanford at Washington/Washington State
Oregon/Oregon State at Colorado/Utah
Weekend of Feb. 16 – Feb. 18
California at Stanford
Colorado at Utah
UCLA/USC at Oregon/Oregon State
Washington/Washington State at Arizona/Arizona State
Weekend of Feb. 23 – Feb. 25
Arizona/Arizona State at California/Stanford
Colorado/Utah at UCLA/USC
Oregon/Oregon State at Washington/Washington State
Weekend of Feb. 29 – March 2
California/Stanford at Oregon/Oregon State
UCLA/USC at Arizona/Arizona State
Washington/Washington State at Colorado/Utah