Three Pac-12 women's basketball teams earned first-place votes in the preseason coaches' poll, but despite some major changes upcoming, the Stanford Cardinal was voted the favorite for the 15th year in a row.
There’s no way around it: UCLA suffered through a down year in 2013-14. Don’t expect them to be down for long, though, because the Bruins are bringing in the No. 1 class in the country according to ESPN HoopGurlz.
The best social media moments from Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day Wednesday in San Francisco including videos, GIFs, tweets, pictures and more.
Arizona State coach Charli Turner Thorne knows what to expect and what needs fixing. Once she points out that her Sun Devils return 10 players from last season's 23-win campaign, she will then address the known, fixable problems leading into 2014-15.
Surely you watched a video or 20 of some celebrity doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge this summer. But before there was the Ice Bucket Challenge, there was the Cold Water Challenge, started by Arizona head coach Niya Butts to benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.
Colorado lost Arielle Roberson to injury, but the Buffs are using it as motivation to have a big year anyway.
At the end of the day, preseason rankings are meaningless. And for every coach whose team isn’t picked to win the conference, they’ll tell you as much. But that’s not the sentiment in Salt Lake City.
The Cal women’s basketball team has enjoyed unprecedented success under Lindsay Gottlieb. And while Gottlieb certainly deserves a lot of credit, she couldn’t have done it without Brittany Boyd and Reshanda Gray.
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke's players seem to have an unparalled work ethic. During 2014-15 Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day on Wednesday, what the USC Trojans head coach said of forward Alexyz Vaioletama's summer made you believe it.
Oregon forward Jillian Alleyne calls basketball practice a fifth class, so Kelly Graves might as well hold the title of professor.