Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Weekly Rundown – November 28, 2023



>>  The Pac-12 has five teams in the AP Top-25: No. 2 UCLA, No. 3 Stanford, No. 6 USC, No. t-7 Colorado & No. 12 Utah, Washington State is receiving votes.
   >> The Conference has boasted five-or-more teams in every AP Top-25 this season.
   >> The four Pac-12 teams in the top 10 leads all conferences.

>>  The Pac-12 leads the country with five top-25 wins, and its .556 (5-4) win percentage tops all major conferences. Stanford is one of six teams nationally with two top-25 wins on the year.

>>  The Pac-12 is 68-8 (.895) against Division I opponents in non-conference action this season, which is better than any other conference. The league has posted a non-conference winning percentage of .800 or better in three of the last four seasons.
   >>  Big 12: .817 (67-15)
   >>  SEC: .809 (76-18)
   >>  ACC: .708 (68-28)
   >>  Big Ten: .697 (62-27)

>>  Oregon State’s Scott Rueck needs one more win to become the Beavers’ all-time winningest women’s basketball coach. Oregon State’s 88-52 win over UMBC last week tied Rueck with legendary head coach Aki Hill at 274 career wins.

>>  UCLA’s Kiki Rice was named one of the Ann Meyers Drysdale National Players of the Week, giving the league three honorees in as many weeks. Rice led the Bruins to their first-ever win over then-No. 6 UConn, going 9-15 from the field with 24 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists. Rice followed up with an eight-point, five-rebound, eight-assist performance in just 20 minutes of play in the 97-46 win over Niagara to cap off the Cayman Islands Classic.


Tuesday, Nov. 28
Boston U at No. t7 ColoradoPac-12 Plus5 p.m. PT
Cal Poly at No. 6 USCPac-12 Plus7 p.m. PT
Wednesday, Nov. 29  
Weber State at Oregon StatePac-12 Plus11 a.m. PT   
Texas A&M – Commerce at RV Washington State    Pac-12 Plus7 p.m. PT
Thursday, Nov. 30
Oregon at PortlandESPN+6 p.m. PT
Friday, Dec. 1
No. 3 Stanford at San Diego StateMountain West Network11 a.m. PT
UC Davis at RV Washington StatePac-12 Plus4 p.m. PT
Pacific at Arizona StatePac-12 Arizona6 p.m. PT
Saturday, Dec. 2
No. t7 Colorado at Air ForceMountain West Network12 p.m. PT
Saint Mary’s at CaliforniaPac-12 Bay Area12 p.m. PT
San Francisco at WashingtonPac-12 Plus1 p.m. PT
Arizona at RV UNLVMountain West Network   2 p.m. PT
Western Kentucky at Oregon StatePac-12 Plus2 p.m. PT
Xavier at Arizona StatePac-12 Plus3 p.m. PT
BYU at No. 12 UtahPac-12 Network6 p.m. PT
Sunday, Dec. 3
Oregon at No. 13 BaylorFS111 a.m. PT
No. 2 UCLA at ArkansasSECN+12 p.m. PT
No. 3 Stanford at RV GonzagaESPN+1 p.m. PT
San Diego at No. 6 USCPac-12 Plus3 p.m. PT


TeamsPac-12 Record   Overall Record   
No. 3 Stanford0-07-0
No. 2 UCLA0-06-0
No. 6 USC0-05-0
Oregon State0-04-0
RV Washington State   0-07-1
No. t7 Colorado0-06-1
No. 12 Utah0-06-1
Arizona State0-06-2

2023-24 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Performance Awards, presented by Nextiva

 Player of the WeekFreshman of the Week   
Nov. 13Aaronette Vonleh, COLO   JuJu Watkins, USC
Nov. 20   Cameron Brink, STANJuJu Watkins, USC
Nov. 27Cameron Brink, STANJuJu Watkins, USC

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