The Pac-12 captured 10 NCAA titles during the 2015-16 season, the most of any conference in the country. The 2015-16 Pac-12 Year In Review summarizes each sports season as the Conference celebrated its Centennial.
Last updated at 01:36 PM PT on 6/30/2016
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Utah||19-11-0||26-29-0||College World Series|
|Washington||17-13-0||33-23-0||College World Series|
|Oregon State||16-14-0||35-19-0||College World Series|
|Arizona State||16-14-0||37-23-0||College World Series|
|Stanford||15-15-0||31-23-0||College World Series|
|USC||15-15-0||28-28-0||College World Series|
|California||14-16-0||32-21-0||College World Series|
|Oregon||14-16-0||29-26-0||College World Series|
|UCLA||12-18-0||25-31-0||College World Series|
|Washington State||11-19-0||19-35-0||College World Series|
News, Videos & Features
- Four Pac-12 baseball teams earned berths to the 2016 NCAA Baseball Championship. UTAH clinched the Pac-12 Championship for the first time in program history attaining the Conference automatic berth with ARIZONA, ARIZONA STATE and WASHINGTON rounding out the at-large selections. The Wildcats made a run at the title, making it to Game 3 of the College World Series, but fell short against Coastal Carolina losing the best of 3-game series.
- Arizona manager Jay Johnson tells reporters that he liked the fortitude second baseman Cody Ramer showed bouncing back from a pair of fielding errors in the Wildcats' 4-3 loss Thursday in Omaha d
- Arizona baseball lost a heartbreaker, 4-3, to Coastal Carolina in the deciding game of the College World Series finals Thursday in Omaha.
- Arizona baseball head coach Jay Johnson discusses the College World Series loss. This was Johnson's first season coaching the Wildcats.