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Pac12: Season 2011-2012

Pac12 Ranking
 1. Washington 14-4(19-9)
 2. California 13-5(23-7)
 3. Oregon 13-5(20-8)
 4. Arizona 12-6(21-10)
 5. Colorado 11-7(19-11)
 6. UCLA 11-7(17-13)
 7. Stanford 10-8(18-9)
 8. Oregon St. 7-11(17-12)
 9. Washington St. 7-11(15-14)
 10. Arizona St. 6-12(9-19)
 11. Utah 3-15(6-23)
 12. USC 1-17(6-23)

Points Per Game
 Brock MOTUM
  Avg: 18.1
 1. Motum, Washingt.18.1 
 2. Cunningham, Oregon17.7 
 3. Wroten, Washington16.7 
 4. Joseph, Oregon16.6 
 5. Watkins, Utah15.6 
 6. Crabbe, California15.3 
 7. Ross, Washington15.3 
 8. Aden, Washingt.14.5 
 9. Wilcox, Washington14.0 
 10. Randle, Stanford13.8 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.1
 1. Roberson, Colorado11.1 
 2. Hill, Arizona7.7 
 3. N'Diaye, Washi.7.6 
 4. Perry, Arizona7.6 
 5. Moreland, Oregon S.6.6 
 6. Motum, Washingt.6.5 
 7. Ross, Washington6.5 
 8. Wear, UCLA6.3 
 9. Washburn, Utah6.2 
 10. Fuller, USC5.9 
Assists Per Game
 Reggie MOORE
  Avg: 5.5
 1. Moore, Washingt.5.5 
 2. Cobbs, California5.0 
 3. Gaddy, Washington5.0 
 4. Watkins, Utah4.8 
 5. Anderson, UCLA4.2 
 6. Gutierrez, Califor.4.1 
 7. Jones, UCLA4.1 
 8. Colvin, Arizona St.4.0 
 9. Wroten, Washington3.6 
 10. Bright, Stanford3.6 
Steals Per Game
  Oregon S.
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Cunningham, Oregon2.5 
 2. Wroten, Washington1.9 
 3. Anderson, UCLA1.8 
 4. Jones, UCLA1.8 
 5. Lamb, UCLA1.8 
 6. Jones, USC1.8 
 7. Starks, Oregon St.1.6 
 8. King, Arizona St.1.5 
 9. Lockett, Arizona1.5 
 10. Joseph, Oregon1.4 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Roberson, Colorado1.9 
 2. Moreland, Oregon S.1.8 
 3. Woods, Oregon1.6 
 4. Bachynski, Arizona1.4 
 5. Stover, UCLA1.4 
 6. Washburn, Utah1.4 
 7. Collier, Oregon St.1.3 
 8. Wear, UCLA1.2 
 9. Kravish, California1.2 
 10. N'Diaye, Washi.1.1 

University of Colorado wins the Pac12 2011-2012 title (Photo: Pac-12)

Pac12 Women 2011-2012
Official Web Site

University of Colorado 2011-12
Tad Boyle Tad Boyle Boyle
Nate Tomlinson
Carlon Brown
Austin Dufault
Andre Roberson
Spencer Dinwiddie
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
1  Tomlinson Nate 190 (6'3'') G 89 Australia
30  Brown Carlon 195 (6'5'') G 89 USA
33  Dufault Austin 205 (6'9'') F 90 USA
21  Roberson Andre 200 (6'7'') G 91 USA
25  Dinwiddie Spencer 195 (6'5'') G 93 USA
15  Harris-Tunks Shane 210 (6'11'') F/C 90 Australia
0  Booker Askia 185 (6'1'') G 93 USA
32  Mills Ben 213 (7'0'') C 92 USA
14  Gamble Beau 182 (6'0'') G 91 USA
55  Eckloff Trey 208 (6'10'') F 90 USA
23  Chen Sabatino 190 (6'3'') G 90 USA
2  Sharpe Shannon 185 (6'1'') G 90 USA
31  Adams Jeremy 195 (6'5'') G 90 USA
23  Cain Damiene 193 (6'4'') G 92 USA
5  Webb Beau 193 (6'4'') G 92 USA
Head Coach: Tad Boyle
Coach Assistant: Jean Prioleau
Coach Assistant: Mike Rohn
Coach Assistant: Tom Abatemarco

Colorado wins Pac-12 Tournament; Colorado 53, Arizona 51 - Mar 11, 2012

The Buffaloes stormed the court at Staples Center after Arizona guard Kyle Fogg's last shot fell short of the rim, celebrating the Pacific Life Pac-12 Tournament championship in their first year in the conference.
It was a gutty, gritty performance by Colorado (23-11) to earn the automatic NCAA bid. The Buffaloes, buoyed by a large group of student supporters who flew in from Boulder for the tournament, grinded out four games in four days and became the first Pac-12 Conference tournament champion to do it.
Arizona (23-11) cut the lead to 53-51 with 21 seconds to play, but as they had done all tournament, the Buffaloes defended their way to a win, making sure the Wildcats could not get off a clean shot on the game's final possession.
Colorado won a conference tournament for the first time since winning the Big Eight tournament championship in 1990 and will be in the NCAA field for the first time since 2003.
Colorado coach Tad Boyle said his team was inspired by being left out of the NCAA field last year.
'It wasn't easy, but we talked about it before this game. If you believe in destiny, you believe in the Colorado Buffaloes,' Boyle said. 'What these guys have done in these last four games is what college basketball is all about. I'm just so proud of these guys.'
Arizona was making its seventh appearance in the title game, and the second in a row. Wildcats coach Sean Miller, whose team has lost the last two title games by a combined four points, said it was a 'difficult' loss for his team as it likely costs them a chance at the NCAA Tournament.
'Whoever draws Colorado is running into a hungry, well-coached, disciplined team,' Miller said. 'They beat us. They were a better team.'
It was a battle befitting the league's two best defensive teams, the lowest-scoring tournament championship game in Pac-12 history. And the Buffaloes stifled Arizona's senior-laden lineup and led most of the way, building as much as a 12-point lead in the second half.
'That was a very big stretch, guys were being aggressive, guys were making plays,' said Carlon Brown, the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. 'We just really wanted this and we weren't going to be denied.'
The Buffaloes dominated the boards by a 37-29 margin and went into halftime with a 30-28 lead. But Colorado went on a 14-3 run early in the half to grab a double-digit lead and all that was left was hanging on as Arizona pulled within two points in the final 21 seconds.
'Give Colorado a lot of credit, that first 10 minutes of the second half, they were so much better a team,' Miller said. We dug ourselves a hole and that was the difference in the game.'
Freshman Spencer Dinwiddie led Colorado with 14 points, Brown added 13 including the game's biggest play, a thunderous dunk with 50 seconds to play to push CU's lead out to 53-47.
Andre Roberson set the tournament record for most rebounds with 41.
Arizona got a combined 38 points from its senior trio of Kyle Fogg, Solomon Hill and Jesse Perry. The Wildcats struggled offensively, shooting 36.7 percent for the game and 10 of 18 from the free-throw line.
'I thought it was an even game, but we have to make free throws,' said Miller. 'We knew if we didn't turn that around, we were playing with danger.'

Courtesy of Pac-12

Pac-12 Tournament Final: Arizona - Colorado 51-53
Pac-12 Tournament Semifinals:
Colorado - California 70-59
Oregon St. - Arizona 61-72

All-Pac-12 1st Team 2011-2012
Jorge Gutierrez
Allen Crabbe
Jared Cunningham
Kyle Fogg
Solomon Hill

Player of the Year: Jorge Gutierrez (6'3''-G-88) of California
All-Tournament MVP: Carlon Brown (6'5''-G-89) of Colorado
Defensive Player of the Year: Jorge Gutierrez (6'3''-G-88) of California
Freshman of the Year: Tony Wroten (6'5''-G-93) of Washington
Most Improved Player of the Year: Brock Motum (6'10''-F-90) of Washington St.
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Harper Kamp (6'8''-F-88) of California
Coach of the Year: Lorenzo Romar of Washington

1st Team
G: Allen Crabbe (6'6''-92) of California
G: Jared Cunningham (6'4''-91) of Oregon St.
G: Kyle Fogg (6'3'') of Arizona
G: Jorge Gutierrez (6'3''-88) of California
F: Solomon Hill (6'6'') of Arizona
G: Devoe Joseph (6'4''-90) of Oregon
F: Brock Motum (6'10''-90) of Washington St.
G: Andre Roberson (6'7''-91) of Colorado
G: Terrence Ross (6'6'') of Washington
G: Tony Wroten (6'5''-93) of Washington

2nd Team
G: Carlon Brown (6'5''-89) of Colorado
G: Lazeric Jones (6'1''-90) of UCLA
F: Harper Kamp (6'8''-88) of California
F/C: Josh Owens (6'8'') of Stanford
F: E.J. Singler (6'6'') of Oregon

Honorable Mention
Justin Cobbs (6'2''-G-91) of California
Reggie Moore (6'1''-G-89) of Washington St.
Jesse Perry (6'7''-F) of Arizona
Garrett Sim (6'1''-G-90) of Oregon
David Wear (6'10''-F-90) of UCLA
C.J. Wilcox (6'5''-G) of Washington

All-Defensive Team
Jared Cunningham (6'4''-G-91) of Oregon St.
Kyle Fogg (6'3''-G) of Arizona
Jorge Gutierrez (6'3''-G-88) of California
Aziz N'Diaye (7'0''-C-88) of Washington
Andre Roberson (6'7''-G-91) of Colorado

All-Tournament Team
Carlon Brown (6'5''-G-89) of Colorado
Jared Cunningham (6'4''-G-91) of Oregon St.
Kyle Fogg (6'3''-G) of Arizona
Solomon Hill (6'6''-F) of Arizona
Jesse Perry (6'7''-F) of Arizona
Andre Roberson (6'7''-G-91) of Colorado

All-Freshman Team
Spencer Dinwiddie (6'5''-G-93) of Colorado
Nick Johnson (6'2''-G) of Arizona
David Kravish (6'9''-F-92) of California
Chasson Randle (6'1''-G-93) of Stanford
Tony Wroten (6'5''-G-93) of Washington

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