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Pac12: Season 2012-2013

Pac12 Standings
 1. Oregon   15-6 (26-8) 
 2. UCLA (13)   14-6 (24-9) 
 3. Arizona (11)   13-7 (24-7) 
 4. California   12-7 (20-11) 
 5. Colorado   11-9 (21-11) 
 6. Arizona St.   10-9 (21-11) 
 7. Washington   10-10 (18-15) 
 8. USC   8-10 (13-18) 
 9. Stanford   8-10 (17-14) 
 10. Utah   7-14 (15-18) 
 11. Oregon St.   4-14 (14-17) 
 12. Washington St.   4-14 (13-18) 

Points Per Game
  Avg: 18.7
 1. Crabbe, California18.7 
 2. Motum, Washingt.18.7 
 3. Carson, Arizona St.18.3 
 4. Nelson, Oregon St.17.8 
 5. Muhammad, UCLA17.8 
 6. Wilcox, Washington16.7 
 7. Dinwiddie, Colorado15.6 
 8. Cobbs, California15.5 
 9. Powell, Stanford15.4 
 10. Adams, UCLA15.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 11.3
 1. Roberson, Colorado11.3 
 2. Moreland, Oregon S.10.6 
 3. Kazemi, Oregon9.5 
 4. Huestis, Stanford9.3 
 5. N'Diaye, Washi.9.2 
 6. Anderson, UCLA8.6 
 7. Powell, Stanford8.2 
 8. Felix, Arizona St.8.2 
 9. Dedmon, USC7.0 
 10. Loveridge, Utah7.0 
Assists Per Game
 Ii Larry DREW
  Avg: 7.4
 1. Drew, UCLA7.4 
 2. Fontan, USC5.3 
 3. Carson, Arizona St.4.9 
 4. Cobbs, California4.8 
 5. Gaddy, Washington4.5 
 6. Anderson, UCLA3.5 
 7. Bright, Stanford3.5 
 8. Artis, Oregon3.4 
 9. Burton, Oregon St.3.4 
 10. Johnson, Arizona3.2 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.2
 1. Roberson, Colorado2.2 
 2. Adams, UCLA2.2 
 3. Kazemi, Oregon2.1 
 4. Johnson, Arizona1.9 
 5. Anderson, UCLA1.8 
 6. Felix, Arizona St.1.5 
 7. Gordon, Arizona St.1.4 
 8. Loyd, Oregon1.4 
 9. Drew, UCLA1.4 
 10. Dinwiddie, Colora.1.4 
Blocks Per Game
  Arizona .
  Avg: 3.5
 1. Bachynski, Arizona3.5 
 2. Moreland, Oregon S.2.5 
 3. Dedmon, USC2.1 
 4. Huestis, Stanford2.1 
 5. Kravish, California1.7 
 6. Oraby, USC1.5 
 7. Washburn, Utah1.5 
 8. Roberson, Colorado1.3 
 9. Solomon, California1.2 
 10. N'Diaye, Washi.1.2 

Pac12 Women 2012-2013
Official Web Site

University of Oregon wins the Pac12 2012-2013 title (Photo: Pac12)
University of Oregon 2012-13
Dana Altman Dana Altman Altman
Arsalan Kazemi
Tony Woods
E.J. Singler
Dominic Artis
Damyean Dotson
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
 Kazemi Arsalan 200 (6'7'') F 90 Iran
55  Woods Tony 211 (6'11'') C 90 USA
25  Singler E.J. 198 (6'6'') F USA
1  Artis Dominic 185 (6'1'') PG USA
21  Dotson Damyean 196 (6'5'') G USA
24  Moore Willie 190 (6'3'') G USA
20  Austin Waverly 211 (6'11'') C USA
10  Loyd Johnathan 173 (5'8'') PG USA
33  Emory Carlos 196 (6'5'') F USA
40  Kuemper Austin 206 (6'9'') C USA
4  Lucenti Nicholas 188 (6'2'') G USA
0  Armstead Arik 203 (6'8'') F USA
32  Carter Ben 203 (6'8'') F USA
5  Richardson Fred 193 (6'4'') G USA
12  Baker Coleton 190 (6'3'') G USA
Head Coach: Dana Altman
Coach Assistant: Kevin McKenna
Coach Assistant: Tony Stubblefield
Coach Assistant: Brian Fish

Oregon captures 2013 Pac12 Tournament title - Mar 17, 2013

LAS VEGAS - Oregon saw the Pac-12 regular season title slip through its hands on the final day. The Ducks did no such thing Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, keeping UCLA at arms' length since midway through the 1st half to capture a 77-69 victory in the Pac-12 Tournament Championship Game.

'A week ago I think it's safe to say we were as low as you can get. But we bounced back. I think it shows the character of our team, guys stayed with it,' coach
Dana Altman said. 'We had to play well. I thought we were aggressive. It just shows what a difference a week makes. I told the guys that. In life and in basketball, you have to look ahead.'

Carlos Emory (6'5''-F, college: Oregon) had 18 points, Johnathan Loyd (5'8''-PG) came off the bench to score a season-high 19 and Arsalan Kazemi (6'7''-F-90) tallied his ninth double-double of the season for the Ducks. It was the program's first tournament championship since 2007.

Norman Powell (6'4''-G-93) filled in for the injured Jordan Adams (6'5''-G-94) and scored 10 points for UCLA. Pac-12 co-Freshman of the Year Shabazz Muhammad (6'6''-G/F-93) chipped in 14 for the Bruins.

After a sloppy first few minutes,
Larry Drew (6'2''-PG-90) three-pointer gave UCLA an early 10-4 start as Oregon turned the ball over seven times in the first six minutes.

Lloyd hit a three pointer from the wing to give the Ducks their first lead about halfway through the 1st half as part of a 17-6 run to take control of the game.

UCLA did mount a late charge midway through the 2nd half, attacking the rim and getting into the bonus with over 13 minutes left. Drew hit another three-pointer to cut it to two right before the under-12 media timeout but that would be as close as the Bruins would come the rest of the way.

That the team could make it as close as they did was an accomplishment without the help of Adams, who broke a bone in his foot on the last play of Friday's semifinal win and will be sidelined the rest of the season. Powell went 3-of-6 from the field and added four rebounds but lacked the explosiveness that Adams flashed the past week in Las Vegas.

'I thought Norman did a good job tonight,' Bruins coach
Ben Howland said. 'He's going to get better playing more minutes and being more comfortable in that role, playing 35 minutes a game.'

Howland provided one of the game's more memorable moments when he tossed his suit jacket into the first row after arguing a call. It earned him a technical foul, his first in 11 years he said.

The star of the show was Loyd however, who was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player afterward. He replaced
Dominic Artis (6'1''-PG) after the first few turnover-filled minutes and powered the Ducks to the win in his hometown.

'To do this in front of my family, friends, hometown, it's just an amazing feeling,' an emotional Loyd said.

Damyean Dotson had a quiet 13 points for Oregon but was named to the 2013 All-Tournament Team thanks to a great week. Teammate Kazemi, Arizona State's Jahii Carson, UCLA's Adam and Drew rounded out the selections.

Both Oregon and UCLA await their NCAA tournament seeding on Sunday.

Courtesy of Pac12

Pac12 Tournament Final: Oregon - UCLA 78-69
Pac12 Tournament Semifinals:
UCLA - Arizona 66-64
Oregon - Utah 64-45

All-Pac12 1st Team 2012-2013
Johnathan Loyd
Jahii Carson
Allen Crabbe
Spencer Dinwiddie
Larry Drew

All-Tournament MVP: Johnathan Loyd (5'8''-PG) of Oregon
Player of the Year: Allen Crabbe (6'6''-G-92) of California
Defensive Player of the Year: Andre Roberson (6'7''-F-91) of Colorado
Co-Freshman of the Year: Shabazz Muhammad (6'6''-G/F-93) of UCLA
Co-Freshman of the Year: Jahii Carson (5'10''-PG-92) of Arizona St.
Most Improved Player of the Year: Dwight Powell (6'10''-F-91) of Stanford
Coach of the Year: Dana Altman of Oregon

1st Team
PG: Jahii Carson (5'10''-92) of Arizona St.
G: Allen Crabbe (6'6''-92) of California
G: Spencer Dinwiddie (6'5''-93) of Colorado
PG: Larry Drew (6'2''-90) of UCLA
F: Solomon Hill (6'7'') of Arizona
G: Mark Lyons (6'1''-89) of Arizona
G/F: Shabazz Muhammad (6'6''-93) of UCLA
F: Dwight Powell (6'10''-91) of Stanford
F: Andre Roberson (6'7''-91) of Colorado
F: E.J. Singler (6'6'') of Oregon

Honorable Mention
Jio Fontan (6'0''-PG-90) of USC
Arsalan Kazemi (6'7''-F-90) of Oregon
Roberto Nelson (6'3''-G) of Oregon St.
Jason Washburn (6'10''-C-90) of Utah
Eric Wise (6'6''-F-90) of USC

All-Defensive Team
Jordan Bachynski (7'2''-C-89) of Arizona St.
Carrick Felix (6'6''-G/F-90) of Arizona St.
Josh Huestis (6'7''-F) of Stanford
Arsalan Kazemi (6'7''-F-90) of Oregon
Andre Roberson (6'7''-F-91) of Colorado

All-Tournament Team
Jahii Carson (5'10''-PG-92) of Arizona St.
Jordan Adams (6'5''-G-94) of UCLA
Larry Drew (6'2''-PG-90) of UCLA
Arsalan Kazemi (6'7''-F-90) of Oregon
Damyean Dotson (6'5''-G) of Oregon

All-Freshman Team
Kyle Anderson (6'9''-G-93) of UCLA
Jahii Carson (5'10''-PG-92) of Arizona St.
Damyean Dotson (6'5''-G) of Oregon
Shabazz Muhammad (6'6''-G/F-93) of UCLA
Josh Scott (6'10''-F-93) of Colorado

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