The Pac-12 basketball season is officially over with Stanford’s 75-56 loss to UConn in the women’s Final Four Sunday night.
Pac-12 football is taking back Saturdays on Pac-12 Networks for the next four weeks with complete coverage of the 2014 spring football season beginning Saturday, April 12.
Winter sports season is all but wrapped, so this week we focus on some great spring time activities and joy-delivering mascots. They're here to put a smile on your face so you won't soon be sad by the sometimes cruel ends delivered by March Madness. The week:
After losing to the Huskies by 19 in November, Stanford is ready for a different outcome in its rematch this weekend against UConn in the Final Four.
Four Pac-12 softball series will be broadcast this weekend across the Pac-12 Networks and Pac-12.com
With the women’s basketball season over in Seattle, it’s time to salute the engine of women’s basketball, Mercedes Wetmore.
New WSU men's basketball coach Ernie Kent discussed at his introductory press conference how he plans to build out his staff over the next several weeks. Don't be surprised if he saves a spot for a makeup artist.
Heck of a game Tuesday night in Maples, one which sent Stanford to its sixth Final Four in seven seasons as the result of a 74-65 victory over North Carolina.
The UCLA softball team swept Utah over the weekend and nearly swept the voters in the latest USA Today/NFCA Coaches Poll released on Tuesday. Here's how the Pac-12 fared in the latest poll.
Pac-12 football is back on TV after a brief hibernation. The final games of the spring season are upon us with Oregon and Oregon State wrapping things up. Here's how to follow your favorite team.