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Pacific-12 Conference Men Basketball

  2014-2015     Previous season  

Pac12 Ranking
 1. Oregon 14-4(25-6) 
 2. Utah 13-5(24-7) 
 3. Arizona 12-6(24-7) 
 4. California 12-6(22-9) 
 5. Colorado 10-8(21-10) 
 6. USC 9-9(20-11) 
 7. Oregon St. 9-9(18-611) 
 8. Washington 9-9(17-13) 
 9. Stanford 8-10(15-14) 
 10. UCLA 6-12(15-16) 
 11. Arizona St. 5-13(15-16) 
 12. Washington St. 1-17(9-21) 

Points Per Game
 Andrew ANDREWS
  Washi.
  (188-G-)
  Avg: 20.9
 1. Andrews, Washi.20.9 
 2. Poeltl, Utah17.6 
 3. Brooks, Oregon16.8 
 4. Hamilton, UCLA16.5 
 5. Scott, Colorado16.1 
 6. Alford, UCLA16.0 
 7. Payton II, Oregon15.9 
 8. Anderson, Arizona15.6 
 9. Murray, Washington15.6 
 10. Allen, Stanford15.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Josh HAWKINSON
  Washingt.
  (208-F-95)
  Avg: 11
 1. Hawkinson, Washing.11.0 
 2. Anderson, Arizona10.0 
 3. Tarczewski, Arizo.9.3 
 4. Poeltl, Utah9.0 
 5. Scott, Colorado8.7 
 6. Welsh, UCLA8.5 
 7. Rabb, California8.4 
 8. Parker, UCLA8.3 
 9. Payton II, Oregon7.9 
 10. Boucher, Oregon7.6 
Assists Per Game
 Julian JACOBS
  USC
  (191-G-94)
  Avg: 5.6
 1. Jacobs, USC5.6 
 2. Alford, UCLA5.3 
 3. Payton II, Oregon5.1 
 4. Andrews, Washi.4.8 
 5. McLaughlin, USC4.7 
 6. Murray, Washington4.4 
 7. Wallace, California4.4 
 8. Holiday, UCLA3.9 
 9. Taylor, Utah3.8 
 10. Holder, Arizona S.3.7 
Steals Per Game
 Gary PAYTON II
  Oregon S.
  (190-G-92)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Payton II, Oregon2.5 
 2. Murray, Washington1.8 
 3. McLaughlin, USC1.6 
 4. Taylor, Utah1.6 
 5. Holiday, UCLA1.5 
 6. Allen, Stanford1.5 
 7. Cook, Oregon1.5 
 8. Andrews, Washi.1.4 
 9. Jacobs, USC1.3 
 10. Allen, Stanford1.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Chris BOUCHER
  Oregon
  (208-C-)
  Avg: 3.1
 1. Boucher, Oregon3.1 
 2. Dime, Washington2.6 
 3. Izundu, Washingt.2.1 
 4. Gordon, Colorado2.0 
 5. Bell, Oregon1.7 
 6. Chriss, Washington1.6 
 7. Poeltl, Utah1.6 
 8. Scott, Colorado1.6 
 9. Metu, USC1.6 
 10. Eubanks, Oregon1.3 

Pac12 Women 2015-2016
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Tyler Dorsey, Oregon roll past Utah for tourney championship (Photo: Pac-12)

University of Oregon 2015-16
Dana Altman Dana Altman Altman
Tyler Dorsey
Dorsey
Dillon Brooks
Brooks
Chris Boucher
Boucher
Casey Benson
Benson
Elgin Cook
Cook
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
5  Dorsey Tyler 193 (6'4'') SG 96 Greece USA
24  Brooks Dillon 198 (6'6'') F 96 Canada
25  Boucher Chris 208 (6'10'') C Canada
2  Benson Casey 190 (6'3'') PG USA
23  Cook Elgin 198 (6'6'') F USA
41  Sorkin Roman 205 (6'9'') PF 96 Israel
1  Bell Jordan 206 (6'9'') F USA
0  Benjamin Dwayne 201 (6'7'') F USA
35  Manuel Trevor 206 (6'9'') PF USA
31  Ennis Dylan 187 (6'2'') G 91 Canada Jamaica
4  Heller Max 178 (5'10'') PG USA
21  Small Kendall 181 (5'11'') PG USA
12  Norris Troy 183 (6'0'') G USA
10  Noebel Charlie 188 (6'2'') G USA
Head Coach: Dana Altman
Coach Assistant: Kevin McKenna
Coach Assistant: Tony Stubblefield
Coach Assistant: Michael Mennenga


Tyler Dorsey, Oregon roll past Utah for tourney championship - Mar 13, 2016

The 11th and final game of the Pac-12 Tournament went like every one before it. For the first time in tournament history, the higher seed won every game.

The Oregon Ducks' dominant 88-57 victory Saturday against the No. 2 seed Utah Utes in the Pac-12 Tournament Championship Game acted as a statement despite the result being chalk. Dana Altman's 28-6 team did its job in the conference tournament, putting itself in consideration for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.

The Ducks scored 19 points off 13 first-half turnovers, and they also won on the offensive glass (9-2) to score 11 second-chance points to none for Utah.

'We've got to get some points off turnovers because of our lack of size," Altman said. "We also feel like those are big hustle stats."

To put the turnovers and rebounding in another perspective, Oregon got 35 shots off to just 15 for the Utes. The 20-shot difference remained by game's end.

Senior forward Elgin Cook (6'6''-F), who won the Pac-12 Tournament's Most Outstanding player award, scored 11 points to go with seven rebounds and six assists.

Fellow All-Pac-12 Tournament Team member Tyler Dorsey (6'4''-SG-96) led the Ducks with 23 points on 9-of-16 shooting while grabbing nine rebounds. Dillon Brooks (6'6''-F-96) added 18 points and center Chris Boucher (6'10''-C) tallied 15 - both joined the other two Ducks on the All-Tournament squad.

Oregon led 15-13 with 10:28 to play in the first half before ripping off a 23-8 run to close the half with a 38-21 lead as turnovers plagued the Utes.

It was reminiscent of a day earlier, when the Ducks blitzed the Arizona Wildcats for a 15-2 run before halftime.

'We lost this game basically in the first half, at the end of the first half,' said Utah center Jakob Poeltl (7'0''-F-95). 'We didn't have the energy or focus to come back from those easy baskets we gave them from the mistakes we made.'

The Utes committed a total of 20 turnovers leading to 28 Oregon points, and they shot 43 percent to the Ducks' 52 when they did get off attempts.

Utah never could cut the deficit to less than 17 points, and Oregon led by as many as 36 points with less than four minutes to play.

'Self-inflicted gun-shot wounds when you make it hard,' Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak said. 'It's not shocking. You get your medicine. I'm excited to see what tomorrow holds. I like being humbled before the biggest phase of this season starts. If it means getting our butts waxed in the championship game we'll take some medicine and hopefully be ready for Monday.'

The Utes were led by 13 points from Poeltl, but no other player reached double-figures. Against the Ducks' matchup zone, Poeltl only got off six shots and he turned the ball over five times.

'They were just aggressive,' Utah point guard Brandon Taylor said. 'If we were going to throw the ball in the post, it was open for a split-second. On some of the plays, we probably took too long to get the ball in.'

Courtesy of Pac-12

Pac-12 Tournament Final: Oregon - Utah 88-57
Pac-12 Tournament Semifinals:
Oregon - Arizona 95-89
Utah - California 82-78


All-Pac-12 Awards 2016 - Mar 13, 2016

All-Pac-12 1st Team 2016
Rosco Allen
Allen
Ryan Anderson
Anderson
Andrew Andrews
Andrews
Dillon Brooks
Brooks
Jaylen Brown
Brown

All-Tournament MVP: Elgin Cook (6'6''-F) of Oregon
Player of the Year: Jakob Poeltl (7'0''-F-95) of Utah
Defensive Player of the Year: Gary Payton II (6'3''-G-92) of Oregon St.
Freshman of the Year: Jaylen Brown (6'7''-F-96) of California
Most Improved Player of the Year: George King (6'6''-G-94) of Colorado
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Brandon Taylor (5'10''-G-94) of Utah
Coach of the Year: Dana Altman of Oregon

1st Team
F: Rosco Allen (6'9''-F-93) of Stanford
F: Ryan Anderson (6'9''-F-92) of Arizona
G: Andrew Andrews (6'2''-G) of Washington
F: Dillon Brooks (6'6''-F-96) of Oregon
F: Jaylen Brown (6'7''-F-96) of California
F: Elgin Cook (6'6''-F) of Oregon
G: Julian Jacobs (6'3''-G-94) of USC
G: Gary Payton II (6'3''-G-92) of Oregon St.
F: Jakob Poeltl (7'0''-F-95) of Utah
F: Josh Scott (6'10''-F-93) of Colorado

2nd Team
G: Isaac Hamilton (6'5''-G-94) of UCLA
G: Dejounte Murray (6'4''-G-96) of Washington
PF: Ivan Rabb (6'10''-PF-97) of California
C: Kaleb Tarczewski (7'0''-C-93) of Arizona
G: Gabe York (6'3''-G) of Arizona

Honorable Mention
Bryce Alford (6'3''-G-94) of UCLA
Chris Boucher (6'10''-C) of Oregon
Josh Hawkinson (6'10''-F-95) of Washington St.
Jordan Loveridge (6'6''-F-93) of Utah
Jordan McLaughlin (6'0''-PG-96) of USC
Brandon Taylor (6'7''-F-94) of Penn St.
Tyrone Wallace (6'5''-G-94) of California

All-Defensive Team
C: Chris Boucher (6'10''-C) of Oregon
G: Gary Payton II (6'3''-G-92) of Oregon St.
F: Josh Scott (6'10''-F-93) of Colorado
G: Brandon Taylor (5'10''-G-94) of Utah
C: Kaleb Tarczewski (7'0''-C-93) of Arizona

All-Defensive Honorable Mention
F/C: Malik Dime (6'9''-F/C) of Washington
F: Wesley Gordon (6'8''-F-94) of Colorado
F: Jakob Poeltl (7'0''-F-95) of Utah

All-Tournament Team
C: Chris Boucher (6'10''-C) of Oregon
F: Dillon Brooks (6'6''-F-96) of Oregon
SG: Tyler Dorsey (6'4''-SG-96) of Oregon
PF: Ivan Rabb (6'10''-PF-97) of California
F: Jakob Poeltl (7'0''-F-95) of Utah

All-Freshman Team
F: Jaylen Brown (6'7''-F-96) of California
SG: Tyler Dorsey (6'4''-SG-96) of Oregon
G: Dejounte Murray (6'4''-G-96) of Washington
PF: Ivan Rabb (6'10''-PF-97) of California
F: Allonzo Trier (6'4''-F-96) of Arizona

All-Freshman Honorable Mention
PF: Bennie Boatwright (7'3''-PF-96) of USC
F: Marquese Chriss (6'9''-F) of Washington
F: Tres Tinkle (6'8''-F-96) of Oregon St.



 

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