Pac-12 women's basketball sends five teams to NCAA Tournament
After taking the Pac-12 title, Oregon State is tied for the highest seed in the conference with a No. 2 seed in the Dallas Regional. The Beavers will face off against 15-seed Troy on Friday in Corvallis. Needless to say, it was a pretty joyful day on the OSU campus.
— Oregon State WBB (@OregonStateWBB) March 14, 2016
For the 29th straight time, Stanford is headed to The Dance, this time in the Lexington Regional. The No. 4-seed Cardinal will host 13-seed University of San Francisco on Saturday night at Maples.
After an impressing showing in the Pac-12 Tournament and finishing fifth in the regular season, Washington earned a No. 7 seed in the Lexington Regional. The Huskies will battle with 10-seed Pennsylvania on Saturday in College Park.
— UW W. Basketball (@UW_WBB) March 15, 2016
Arizona State will also play host in this year's NCAA Tournament after earning their highest seed in school history. The Sun Devils also earned a two-seed and will square off against No. 15 seeded New Mexico State on Friday afternoon in Tempe in the Sioux Falls Regional.
HIGHEST SEED EVER! The Sun Devils are a No. 2 seed and will face No. 15 New Mexico St. on Friday at 4:30pm in TEMPE! pic.twitter.com/vHUzoQqxhY
— Sun Devil WBB (@SunDevilWBB) March 14, 2016
UCLA rounds out the Pac-12 field in The Dance, coming in as the three-seed in the Bridgeport Regional after their first 20-win season since 2012-13. The Bruins will face No. 14 seeded Hawai'i on Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles.
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