Photos: Pac-12 NCAA Titles
The West Coast is the best coast, as the Pac-12 proved again this year after winning 10 NCAA titles, the most of any conference. As the year comes to a close, check out each of our national champions from the 2013-14 season.
Compiled by Pac-12 ConferenceJune 30, 2014 01:58 pm PDT
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The men's cross country team from Colorado opened the year with the Pac-12's first NCAA championship of 2013-14. It marked the Buffs' fourth all-time national title in the sport.
UCLA women's soccer won its first national title in program history in an overtime, 1-0 victory over Florida State. The Bruins finished the season with a 21-game unbeaten streak.
Oregon swept the indoor track & field titles this year as the UO men and women took home both championships. It was the fifth-straight for the women and the first for the men since their first-ever indoor title in 2009.
USC had a stellar comeback victory in the championship match to take home the men's water polo title this winter. It was the sixth-consecutive title in the sport for the Trojans.
California men's swimming & diving won its third NCAA title in four years. Led by Coach of the Year David Durden, the Golden Bears picked up three relay victories and two individual titles at the national championships.
Stanford kicked off the spring championship season with its third women's water polo NCAA title in four years. It extended the school's national-best streak to 38 years with at least one NCAA championship.
The UCLA women fought down to the final singles point to clinch the women's tennis title, the second in program history. It gave UCLA its 111th national championship, which leads the nation.
The USC men's tennis team helped the Pac-12 sweep the NCAA tennis titles after winning its fifth men's tennis championship in six years. It also gave the Trojans their 100th national title, making USC only the third school in the nation with 100 or more.
The Oregon men's track & field team finished the year for the Pac-12 with an NCAA title in the outdoor arena. UO set a meet record with 88 points to take home the trophy.