This week in Pac-12 Women's Basketball

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UCLA and OREGON headline the five Pac-12 women’s basketball teams ranked in the Associated Press poll this week, both remaining at No. 7 and No. 9, respectively. Each is ranked at those positions in the USA Today/WBCA Coaches poll, as well. STANFORD, which is out of action this week, is at No. 18/18 and OREGON STATE is No. 19/19. CALIFORNIA comes in at No. 25 in the AP ranking. ... Receiving votes in both polls this week, ARIZONA STATE heads to No. 13/10 Florida State for a big test on Sunday, looking to impress voters and earn a top-25 ranking ...  WASHINGTON STATE hosts state rival Gonzaga on Wednesday. The game will be broadcast on Pac-12 Network. The Cougs have a commanding lead in the series – 20-8 all-time – and is looking to extend its current season win streak to five in a row ... Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu and Satou Sabally swept the Conference’s weekly honors for the second time this season. The duo also swept the USBWA national honors, as well, Ionescu being tabbed the Ann Meyers Drysdale National Player of the Week and Sabally earning the national freshman of the week honor. Ionescu is still chasing the NCAA’s career triple-double record, having tied for the Pac-12 mark and is one away from tying the national mark ... UCLA’s Monique Billings is one rebound away from her career No. 900. Her next board would make her the 34th player in league history to reach that mark ... Cal head coach Lindsay Gottlieb is one win away from career No. 200 ... USC’s Mark Trakh won his career No. 400 recently and is now two away from his 100th win at USC. His squad is one of 15 in the country that is still undefeated. The Trojans are off this week.

RECORDS WATCH
Picking up where Pac-12 women’s basketball left off last year with chasing down records, OREGON’s Sabrina Ionescu kicked off the 2017-18 campaign posting a triple-double in the first game of the season and already has two. With those two occurrences, she has already tied the Pac-12 carer mark and is one shy of tying the NCAA record.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE

Tuesday, Dec. 5    
Pepperdine at UTAH Live Stream 5 p.m. PT
Wednesday, Dec. 6    
COLORADO at Colorado State MW Net 6 p.m. PT
Gonzaga at WASHINGTON STATE P12W 7 p.m. PT
Thursday, Dec. 7    
ARIZONA at Northern Arizona Fox AZ 5:30 p.m. PT
WASHINGTON at Boise State MW Net 6 p.m. PT
San Diego at #25/RV CALIFORNIA Live Stream 7 p.m. PT
Friday, Dec. 8    
#7/7 UCLA at Oklahoma State Fox OK 5 p.m. PT
Saturday, Dec. 9    
UTAH at BYU BYUtv 1 p.m. PT
Southern Utah at #9/9 OREGON Live Stream 2 p.m. PT
Sunday, Dec. 10    
ARIZONA STATE at #13/10 Florida State ESPN3 11 a.m. PT
Grand Canyon at WASHINGTON Live Stream 12 p.m. PT
San Jose State at #19/19 OREGON STATE Live Stream 2 p.m. PT
#25/RV CALIFORNIA at Pacific theW.tv 2 p.m. PT
Monday, Dec. 11    
Dartmouth at COLORADO Live Stream 6 p.m. PT
 
PAC-12 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
 
  Player of the Week Freshman of the Week
Dec. 4 Sabrina Ionescu, ORE Satou Sabally, ORE
Nov. 27 Alanna Smith, STAN Kianna Smith, CAL
Nov. 20 Jordin Canada, UCLA Annika Jank, COLO
Nov. 13 Sabrina Ionescu, ORE Satou Sabally, ORE
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