The postseason run for Oregon State women's basketball came to an end Tuesday as the Beavers fell to South Carolina 78-69 in the 2014 NCAA women's basketball tournament.
Pac-12 Networks has been honored among its industry peers, receiving its first-ever for the 35th Annual Sports Emmy Awards from The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) on Wednesday, March 26.
The Pac-12 will be represented by Stanford in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament, with the seasons of Arizona State, Cal, Oregon State and USC coming to a conclusion.
Not a bad time for UCLA and Oregon this past week: Not only did the Bruins (28-2, 5-1 Pac-12) and the Ducks (26-3, 3-0 Pac-12) take the top two spots in the newest USA Today/NFCA rankings, but both teams had representatives for Pac-12 Pitcher and Player of the Week. Here's how the Pac-12 fared in the latest release of the USA Today/NFCA Division I softball poll:
In its first season on the Networks, five live sand volleyball matches will be televised to a national audience beginning Thursday, March 27 at 3:00 p.m. PT
Stanford now has two Sweet 16 teams after Tara VanDerveer and the Cardinal defeated Florida State 63-44 in the second round of the 2014 NCAA women's basketball tournament on Monday.
Pac-12 Networks bulks up its coverage of Conference teams still alive in NCAA Tournament play this week with pre and postgame pressers, on-site interviews, highlights and analysis.
This week was pretty basketball-centric – you might even call it madness – but that isn't going to stop us from seeing some great swim and dive teammates, a championship banner and a heavywight champion.
Thanks to a 6-0 slate on Friday and Sunday combined, the Pac-12 is sending three teams – Arizona, Stanford and UCLA – to the NCAA tournament Sweet 16.