Strong week for Pac-12 women, including a broken NCAA record and a serious upset. Read about the candidates' performances and vote below for this week's 'Leader of the Pac.'


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Step aside, Stanford. There's a new sheriff in town.


Big wins Thursday night for Arizona and Utah over Colorado and Arizona State, respectively, have set a big-time clash Saturday in Salt Lake City.


Stanford guard Chasson Randle moved past Gary Payton for sixth place on the all-time Pac-12 men's basketball scoring leaderboard while Payton watched from the stands at Maples Pavilion.


A nice 80-69 road win for Oregon over California in Berkeley Wednesday night helped boost the Ducks' NCAA tournament résumé.


The Pac-12 Conference and Delta Air Lines announced a new partnership today making Delta Air Lines the official airline sponsor for the 2015 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament in Seattle. In addition, Delta Air Lines will also receive in-arena branding, hospitality and tickets for the 2015 Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament in Las Vegas.


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SAN FRANCISCO (February 25, 2015) – Pac-12 Networks will kick off the its women’s water polo schedule on Thursday, February 26 as Santa Clara visits top-ranked and defending NCAA champion Stanford at 3:30 p.m. PT across all seven Pac-12 Networks and on Pac-12.com.


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Five Pac-12 wrestlers will take part in the USA Wrestling's College Wrestling Google+ Hangout Series Wednesday at 1 p.m. PT. Click to see who's taking part and where to watch.


Oregon men's basketball faces a key road stretch to close out the season beggining tonight in Berkeley. Also, read about close Oregon football player Pharaoh Brown was to having his leg amputated last year.


Arizona State's infamous Curtain of Distraction used one of top moments of the Pac-12 football season to successfully keep USC's Elijah Stewart from making a free throw Sunday.


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