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Pac12 Ranking
 1 Oregon 16-2(29-4) 
 2 Stanford 15-3(28-4) 
 3 Oregon St. 14-4(24-7) 
 4 UCLA 12-6(20-12) 
 5 Arizona St. 10-7(20-10) 
 6 Utah 9-9(20-10) 
 7 California 9-9(19-12) 
 8 Arizona 7-11(18-13) 
 9 USC 7-11(17-13) 
 10 Washington St. 4-14(9-21) 
 11 Washington 2-15(11-21) 
 12 Colorado 2-16(12-18) 

Pac12 Men 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Aarion MCDONALD
  Arizona
  (170-G-)
  Avg: 25
 1. McDonald, Arizona25.0 
 2. Anigwe, California22.9 
 3. Hristova, Washingt.19.9 
 4. Huff, Utah19.6 
 5. Ionescu, Oregon19.6 
 6. Smith, Stanford19.6 
 7. Onyenwere, UCLA18.2 
 8. Melgoza, Washi.18.1 
 9. Moore, USC16.7 
 10. Sabally, Oregon16.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Kristine ANIGWE
  California
  (193-C/F-97)
  Avg: 16.3
 1. Anigwe, California16.3 
 2. Huff, Utah9.9 
 3. Pivec, Oregon St.9.1 
 4. Hebard, Oregon8.9 
 5. Drummer, UCLA8.6 
 6. Smith, Stanford8.6 
 7. Onyenwere, UCLA8.1 
 8. Carrington, Stanf.7.7 
 9. Ionescu, Oregon7.6 
 10. Corosdale, Oregon S.7.5 
Assists Per Game
 Sabrina IONESCU
  Oregon
  (180-G-97)
  Avg: 8.1
 1. Ionescu, Oregon8.1 
 2. Leonard, Colorado6.7 
 3. Bean, Utah5.7 
 4. Gylten, Utah5.5 
 5. Moore, USC5.1 
 6. Dean, UCLA4.9 
 7. Molina, Washingt.4.8 
 8. Richardson, Arizona .4.8 
 9. Williams, Stanford4.8 
 10. Slocum, Oregon St.4.6 
Steals Per Game
 Kennedy LEONARD
  Colorado
  (173-G-96)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Leonard, Colorado2.7 
 2. McDonald, Arizona2.6 
 3. Mazyck, USC2.3 
 4. Provo, Utah2.1 
 5. Moore, USC2.1 
 6. Burke, UCLA2.0 
 7. Swedlund, Washingt.1.9 
 8. Molina, Washingt.1.8 
 9. Hull, Stanford1.7 
 10. Thomas, Arizona1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Alanna SMITH
  Stanford
  (193-F-96)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Smith, Stanford2.4 
 2. Anigwe, California1.8 
 3. Dodson, Stanford1.7 
 4. Grymek, Oregon St.1.3 
 5. Thomas, Arizona1.2 
 6. Kostourkova, Washingt.1.2 
 7. Huff, Utah1.1 
 8. Edwards, Utah1.1 
 9. Burke, UCLA1.0 
 10. Onyenwere, UCLA1.0 


Stanford University wins the USA Pac12 2018-2019 title

Stanford University 2018-19
Tara VanDerveer Tara VanDerveer VanDerveer
Alanna Smith
Smith
Dijonai Carrington
Carrington
Marta Sniezek
Sniezek
Mikaela Brewer
Brewer
Alyssa Jerome
Jerome
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
11  Smith Alanna 193 (6'4'') F 96 Australia
21  Carrington Dijonai 180 (5'11'') G 98 USA
13  Sniezek Marta 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
14  Brewer Mikaela 178 (5'10'') G 98 Canada
10  Jerome Alyssa 190 (6'3'') F 99 Canada
2  Coffee Shannon 196 (6'5'') C 0 USA
22  Romano Alexa 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
4  Fingall Nadia 190 (6'3'') F 0 USA
15  Dodson Maya 190 (6'3'') F 99 USA
3  Wilson Anna 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
23  Williams Kiana 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
20  Moschkau Estella 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
12  Hull Lexie 183 (6'0'') F 0 USA
24  Hull Lacie 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
54  Brown Jenna 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Tara VanDerveer
Coach Assistant: Tempie Brown
Coach Assistant: Kate Paye
Coach Assistant: Lindy La Rocque


Cardinal beats Oregon 64-57 to win 13th Pac-12 Tournament title - Mar 11, 2019

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Stanford got a measure of revenge en route to winning another Pac-12 Tournament title.
Dijonai Carrington (5'11''-G-98) scored 22 points, and the seventh-ranked Cardinal erased some unpleasant recent history against No. 6 Oregon, beating the Ducks 64-57 on Sunday night.
For the Cardinal, it was their 13th championship of the 18 Pac-12 tournaments. Stanford lost to Oregon last season in the title game, and the Cardinal also were routed by 40 points a month ago by the Ducks - the worst defeat in Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer 's career.
"I think that was something that we had in our minds ever since we lost that game," said Stanford's Alanna Smith (6'4''-F-96), who earned Most Outstanding Player honors for the tournament. "When you take a loss like that, you have no choice but to learn from it. We were happy we got to play Oregon today. We wanted another chance at them."
With the game tied at 51, Carrington made a layup, then stole the ball and drove the length of the court for another lay-in. After Ruthy Hebard (6'4''-F) made a free throw to get Oregon within 55-52, Kiana Williams (5'8''-G) hit a 3-pointer from the wing to give the Cardinal its biggest lead of the fourth quarter to that point.
Sabrina Ionescu (5'11''-G-97), who led Oregon with 27 points and 12 rebounds, ended a four-minute field goal drought with a jumper with 1:14 left. She was the only Oregon player to hit a basket for the Ducks in the final eight minutes.
Stanford made all six of its free throws in the final minute to seal the victory. As the final seconds ticked off, the Cardinal players ran to half-court to celebrate.
"The competition we played day in and day out prepared us for today's game," VanDerveer said. "We won with our defense. We came in as the top-ranked defensive team in the Pac-12 and people locked in defensively."
Smith added 20 points and 14 rebounds for the Cardinal.
VanDerveer said after Stanford beat Washington in the semifinals on Saturday night that her team didn't play well offensively against the Ducks in the meeting last month and that they would "battle and play their game" this time.
Stanford (28-4) gave Oregon everything it could handle early on. The Cardinal built a 14-point lead early in the third quarter. It was the largest deficit the Ducks had faced this season. But then the offense went cold and the Ducks (29-4) scored 10 straight points at the start of an 18-3 run and took their first lead of the game on two free throws by Ionescu with 52 seconds left in the third quarter.
The teams traded the lead in the fourth before Carrington took over with 4:02 left.
"I'm a little disappointed with our execution early in the fourth quarter," Oregon coach Kelly Graves said. "This is the time we normally shine. It doesn't derail our goals of doing well in the NCAA Tournament and going a long way. We feel bad now and hopefully will learn from this and go forward."
Stanford got off to a quick start and led 33-24 at the half behind 14 points from Carrington and seven points and nine rebounds from Smith. Ionescu was only bright spot on offense for the Ducks as she had 13 points.
"Honestly we didn't come out and have any fire and they came out and they really wanted to beat us and we were on our heels most of the game," Ionescu said. "We didn't fight back hard enough and long enough to win this game."

STELLAR DEFENSE
Oregon's 57 points were a season low - five fewer than its previous worst
"Our defense was outstanding," Smith said. "It was a whole team effort."

TIP-IN
This was the ninth meeting of the top two seeds in the Pac-12 Tournament. The top seed is 7-2. Stanford now has the only two wins by the two-seed, having beaten Oregon State two years ago. ... Stanford is 45-5 in Pac-12 Tournament games.

Pac-12 Tournament Final: Stanford - Oregon 64-57
Pac-12 Tournament Semifinals:
Stanford - Washington 72-61
Oregon - UCLA 88-83, OT

Courtesy of pac-12.com


All-Pac-12 Awards 2019 - Mar 11, 2019

All-Pac-12 1st Team 2019
Kristine Anigwe
Anigwe
Maite Cazorla
Cazorla
Dijonai Carrington
Carrington
Ruthy Hebard
Hebard
Borislava Hristova
Hristova

All-Tournament MVP: Alanna Smith (6'4''-F-96) of Stanford
Player of the Year: Sabrina Ionescu (5'11''-G-97) of Oregon
Defensive Player of the Year: Kristine Anigwe (6'4''-C/F-97) of California
Freshman of the Year: Dre'Una Edwards (6'2'') of Utah
Sixth Player of the Year: Aleah Goodman (5'9''-G) of Oregon St.
Coach of the Year: Kelly Graves of Oregon

1st Team
C/F: Kristine Anigwe (6'4''-C/F-97) of California
G: Maite Cazorla (5'10''-G-97) of Oregon
G: Dijonai Carrington (5'11''-G-98) of Stanford
F: Ruthy Hebard (6'4''-F) of Oregon
F: Borislava Hristova (6'0''-F-96) of Washington St.
F: Megan Huff (6'3''-F) of Utah
F: Kianna Ibis (6'1''-F-96) of Arizona St.
G: Sabrina Ionescu (5'11''-G-97) of Oregon
G: Aarion McDonald (5'7''-G) of Arizona
F: Michaela Onyenwere (6'0''-F) of UCLA
G: Mikayla Pivec (5'10''-G) of Oregon St.
F: Satou Sabally (6'4''-F-98) of Oregon
G: Destiny Slocum (5'7''-G-97) of Oregon St.
F: Alanna Smith (6'4''-F-96) of Stanford
G: Kiana Williams (5'8''-G) of Stanford

Honorable Mention
Erin Boley (6'2''-F) of Oregon
Kennedy Burke (6'1''-G-97) of UCLA
Courtney Ekmark (6'0''-G/F-95) of Arizona St.
Aleah Goodman (5'9''-G) of Oregon St.
Aliyah Mazyck (5'9''-G-96) of USC
Amber Melgoza (5'10''-G) of Washington
Chanelle Molina (5'9''-G) of Washington St.
Mariya Moore (6'0''-G-96) of USC
Minyon Moore (5'8''-G-98) of USC
Alexis Robinson (5'10''-G-97) of Colorado

All-Defensive Team
C/F: Kristine Anigwe (6'4''-C/F-97) of California
G: Aliyah Mazyck (5'9''-G-96) of USC
G: Aarion McDonald (5'7''-G) of Arizona
G: Minyon Moore (5'8''-G-98) of USC
F: Alanna Smith (6'4''-F-96) of Stanford

All-Freshman Team
G: Lindsey Corsaro (6'1''-G) of UCLA
: Dre'Una Edwards (6'2'') of Utah
G: Dru Gylten (5'11''-G) of Utah
F: Lacie Hull (6'1''-F) of Stanford
F: Cate Reese (6'2''-F) of Arizona

All-Academic 1st Team
G: Jenna Moser (5'6''-G) of Washington
G: Mikayla Pivec (5'10''-G) of Oregon St.
F: Jamie Ruden (6'2''-F-98) of Arizona St.
F: Jovana Subasic (6'4''-F-97) of Washington St.
F: Sam Thomas (6'0''-F) of Arizona

All-Academic 2nd Team
F: Erin Boley (6'2''-F) of Oregon
G: Dru Gylten (5'11''-G) of Utah
C: Maria Kostourkova (6'4''-C-97) of Washington St.
G: Katie McWilliams (6'2''-G) of Oregon St.
G: Destiny Slocum (5'7''-G-97) of Oregon St.


 

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