Arizona basketball product Stanley Johnson was the first Pac-12 player selected in the 2015 NBA Draft, No. 8 to Detroit. Seven Pac-12 players were selected overall.

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson might win the 2015 NBA Draft -- if it were a style competition.

Fall schedule of events features ranked teams and national champions

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (June 25, 2015) – The Pac-12 Networks today released its television schedule for men’s water polo, field hockey and the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships, rounding out the Networks’ 2015 fall televised event schedule.

Updated June 25, 2015

For the fourth straight year, the countdown of Pac-12 Networks’ 850 live event telecasts will begin on the pitch with a 69-game women’s soccer schedule that features 24 non-conference matchups and 18 NCAA Tournament qualifiers from 2014. 


A range of Pac-12 players are expected to hear their names called Thursdayat the NBA Draft. Here's some of the projections for where those players could find a home this fall. 

Washington revealed Monday that quarterback Cyler Miles will medically retire from football due to a chronic hip injury. 

Fourth season of live men’s soccer telecasts features 22 Conference matchups

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (June 23, 2015) – Pac-12 Networks today announced its 2015 men’s soccer television schedule that will feature 36 games, including 22 Pac-12 matchups.

The live non-conference schedule kicks off on August 28 with Oregon State hosting Marquette at 5:00 p.m. PT.


Even if the Golden State Warriors didn't win the 2015 NBA championship, Andre Iguodala was still getting a trophy. A smaller one, that is.

NBA Finals MVP and former Arizona Wildcats star Andre Iguodala appeared on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday night to talk about his team's first title since 1975, and among the topics was a kind gesture his young son made during this year's playoffs.

He told Kimmel that during the Finals, his son, Andre II, presented him with a small-scale version of the Larry O'Brien Trophy that he made in art class.

Eight former student-athletes and one former head coach from the Conference of Champions all emerged victorious in Monday's action in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada.


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