The Pac-12 captured 13 NCAA titles during the 2016-17 season, the most of any conference in the country. The 2016-17 Pac-12 Year In Review summarizes each sports season as the Conference celebrated reaching 500 NCAA Championships.
Last updated at 04:00 PM PT on 6/28/2017
|Teams||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|8Oregon State||16-2||31-5||L53-66 FSU|
|12Washington||15-3||29-6||L64-75 MSST||VS 11/12 TBD|
|15UCLA||13-5||25-9||L71-86 CONN||VS 11/10 TBD|
|Arizona State||9-9||20-13||L68-71 SCAR|
|Oregon||8-10||23-14||L52-90 CONN||VS 11/10|
|Washington State||6-12||16-20||L61-69 GT||@ 11/10 TBD|
|Arizona||5-13||14-16||L63-70 ORE||VS 11/10 TBD|
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- Some of the biggest names in college sports wrapped up their Pac-12 careers in 2016-17, either heading to bigger and better things at the professional level or retiring after more than four decades of
- 2016-17 Pac-12 Tom Hansen Conference Medal recipients Kari Korver (left) and Felix Vobejda.
- While Stanford's Katie Ledecky became just the second freshman ever to win the Honda Cup on Monday night, the Conference of Champions was represented by five total nominees including Arizona Stat
- The NCAA today announced that former Arizona State University student-athletes Sophie Brunner (basketball) and Kat Simonovic (swimming) are nominees for the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year award.