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 01:53 PM PT on 12/11/2016
|Teams||PTS||Conference||Overall||Last Game||Next Game|
|Stanford||25||8-1-1||16-3-4||T0-0 WF||@ 8/25|
|Washington||18||6-4-0||14-7-0||L1-2 DEN||VS 8/25Pac-12 Washington|
|San Diego State||15||4-3-3||9-5-5||L1-2 UNLV||@ 8/25|
|UCLA||13||4-5-1||10-7-2||L1-2 LOU||@ 8/26|
|Oregon State||11||3-5-2||7-8-3||W1-0 WASH||VS 8/25|
|California||4||1-8-1||5-10-2||NCAA Third Round||VS 8/25|
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- In what was a historic year for league institutions, the Pac-12 Conference ended the 2016-17 campaign with 13 NCAA Championships won, marking the ninth time, including three of the last four years, the Conference has claimed double-digit titles, and the 16th time in the last 17 years the Pac-12 has led the nation in NCAA titles won.
- 2016-17 Pac-12 Tom Hansen Conference Medal recipients Kari Korver (left) and Felix Vobejda.
- Washington men's soccer's Justin Schmidt is UW's male recipient of the 2016-17 Tom Hansen Medal.
- UCLA soccer player Felix Vobejda is the Bruins' male recipient of the 2016-17 Tom Hansen Medal.