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Pac12 Standings
 1. Oregon (6) 16-2 (30-4) 
 2. Stanford (16) 14-3 (22-10) 
 3. UCLA (9) 14-4 (24-7) 
 4. Oregon St. (10) 14-4 (23-7) 
 5. California 11-7 (21-10) 
 6. Arizona St. 10-9 (21-12) 
 7. USC 9-9 (20-11) 
 8. Utah 8-10 (17-13) 
 9. Colorado 5-13 (14-16) 
 10. Washington S 3-14 (9-20) 
 11. Arizona 2-16 (6-23) 
 12. Washington 1-17 (7-23) 

Pac12 Men 2017-2018
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Points Per Game
 Sabrina IONESCU
  Avg: 19.4
 1. Ionescu, Oregon19.4 
 2. Melgoza, Washi.19.0 
 3. Hristova, Washingt.17.6 
 4. Hebard, Oregon17.5 
 5. Gulich, Oregon St.17.1 
 6. McPhee, Stanford17.0 
 7. Simon, USC17.0 
 8. Anigwe, California16.9 
 9. Canada, UCLA16.8 
 10. Mazyck, USC16.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 9.7
 1. Billings, UCLA9.7 
 2. Simon, USC9.2 
 3. Anigwe, California9.1 
 4. Gulich, Oregon St.8.9 
 5. Hebard, Oregon8.9 
 6. Huff, Utah7.7 
 7. Johnson, Stanford7.6 
 8. Potter, Utah7.6 
 9. Pivec, Oregon St.7.3 
 10. Drummer, UCLA7.0 
Assists Per Game
 Sabrina IONESCU
  Avg: 7.8
 1. Ionescu, Oregon7.8 
 2. Canada, UCLA6.9 
 3. Leonard, Colorado6.4 
 4. Moore, USC5.3 
 5. Bean, Utah5.1 
 6. Cazorla, Oregon5.0 
 7. Richardson, Arizona .4.9 
 8. Pivec, Oregon St.4.8 
 9. Smith, California4.6 
 10. Cowling, California4.4 
Steals Per Game
 Jordin CANADA
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Canada, UCLA3.2 
 2. Moore, USC2.9 
 3. Mazyck, USC2.6 
 4. Leonard, Colorado1.9 
 5. Burke, UCLA1.8 
 6. Moser, Washington1.8 
 7. Hailey, Washingt.1.7 
 8. Robinson, Colorado1.6 
 9. Cowling, California1.6 
 10. Ionescu, Oregon1.5 
Blocks Per Game
  Oregon St.
  Avg: 3
 1. Gulich, Oregon St.3.0 
 2. McClure, Washingt.2.2 
 3. Potter, Utah1.8 
 4. Smith, Stanford1.8 
 5. Billings, UCLA1.6 
 6. Hebard, Oregon1.5 
 7. Bunn, Colorado1.5 
 8. Thomas, Arizona1.3 
 9. Anigwe, California1.3 
 10. Kostourkova, Washingt.1.1 

University of Oregon wins the USA Pac12 2017-2018 title

University of Oregon 2017-18
Kelly Graves Kelly Graves Graves
Sabrina Ionescu
Satou Sabally
Maite Cazorla
Lexi Bando
Ruthy Hebard
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
20  Ionescu Sabrina 178 (5'10'') G 97 Romania USA
0  Sabally Satou 193 (6'4'') F 98 Germany
5  Cazorla Maite 178 (5'10'') G 97 Spain
10  Bando Lexi 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
24  Hebard Ruthy 193 (6'4'') F 0 USA
2  Yaeger Morgan 175 (5'9'') G 98 Australia
32  Gildon Oti 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
44  McGwire Mallory 196 (6'5'') F 0 USA
31  Ayuso Aina 175 (5'9'') G 99 Spain
15  Maley Anneli 188 (6'2'') G 98 Australia
21  Boley Erin 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
14  Giomi Lydia 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
52  Campisano Sierra 190 (6'3'') F 0 USA
3  Hall Justine 178 (5'10'') G 96 USA
Head Coach: Kelly Graves
Coach Assistant: Jodie Berry
Coach Assistant: Xavier Lopez

2018 Pac-12 Tournament: Behind Sabrina Ionescu's career game, Oregon defeats Stanford for first Pac-12 Tournament title - Mar 5, 2018

All day long, Oregon coach Kelly Graves noticed something a little different about Pac-12 player of the year Sabrina Ionescu (5'10''-G-97). It wasn't something that could be defined, just something the coach noticed about his star player.
''She had a different look about her,'' Graves said. ''I didn't know what that was going to translate to.''
Now Graves knows what that look meant.
Ionescu scored a career-high 36 points and No. 6 Oregon won its first Pac-12 Conference tournament title beating No. 16 Stanford 77-57 on Sunday night.
Playing in their first conference tournament final, the Ducks looked every bit the part of a premier team heading into the upcoming NCAA tournament. Ionescu was the star, as the Ducks (30-4) avenged one of their two regular season losses in conference play.
Ionescu was brilliant early, scoring 12 points in the first quarter, and took over late in the third quarter as Oregon held a double-digit lead most of the second half. Ionescu scored 19 points in the second half.
''It was the Ionescu show today,'' Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer said.
A year ago, Oregon was the surprise of the NCAA tournament making an unexpected run to the regional final before falling to UConn. Now they'll go into the tourney as one of the favorites.
Ionescu is a big reason why. The sophomore has been a standout all season but saved one of her best career performances for the final. Ionescu set a championship game record for points scored, hitting 14 of 24 shots, including a four of 3-pointers, the last of which set a new career-high for points. Her 3 from the baseline with 6:17 remaining gave Oregon 19-point lead and the Ducks coasted the rest of the way.
''I think it was just our mindset coming in to be honest,'' Ionescu said. ''I think we had some unfinished business, and our coaches did a great job on the scouting. We adjusted from what we did last game, and I was just ready.''
That unfinished business was the disappointment lingering from losing to Stanford in the only regular season meeting. The Cardinal topped the Ducks in Eugene by rallying from a nine-point halftime deficit and outscoring Oregon 46-24 in the second half. Brittany McPhee (6'0''-G) scored 33 points in the earlier win over Oregon.
This time, McPhee struggled with foul trouble early and finished with just 12 points. Alanna Smith (6'4''-F-96) led Stanford (22-10) with 17 points.
''I feel like our team has been very resilient, very determined,'' VanDerveer said. ''We've worked very hard. Quite honestly, we lost to a better team today. They are a very skilled offensive team.''
The Ducks barely reached the final, needing a 10-0 run to close the game in its 65-62 win over No. 9 UCLA in the semifinals. But they looked the part of a champion in the title game. Ionescu, who had been quiet for nearly an entire quarter, scored 11 of the final 13 points of the third quarter for the Ducks and Oregon went to the fourth quarter with a 54-43 lead. Stanford never got any closer in the final 10 minutes
Satou Sabally (6'4''-F-98) added 12 points and Ruthy Hebard (6'4''-F) finished with 11 points and nine rebounds for Oregon.
''We weren't going to be complacent just getting to the championship game,'' Ionescu said. ''I knew we wanted to win this.''

Stanford: The Cardinal lost in the tournament final for just the third time in 15 trips to the championship game. Stanford lost to Arizona State in 2002 and UCLA in 2006 in the finals. Stanford won the title last year as the No. 2 seed, knocking off top-seeded Oregon State in the finals.
Oregon: The Ducks probably don't have a shot at a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament, but winning both the regular season and conference tournament titles should assure Oregon of a chance to stay out West. The regional is in Spokane, Washington and would be a friendly environment as Oregon coach Kelly Graves previously coached at Gonzaga.

Pac-12 Tournament Final:
Oregon - Stanford 77-57
Pac-12 Tournament Semifinals:
Oregon - UCLA 65-62
Stanford - Arizona State 58-46

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All-Pac-12 Awards 2018 - Mar 5, 2018

All-Pac-12 1st Team 2018
Kristine Anigwe
Monique Billings
Jordin Canada
Maite Cazorla
Marie Gulich

All-Tournament MVP: Sabrina Ionescu (5'10''-G-97) of Oregon
Player of the Year: Sabrina Ionescu (5'10''-G-97) of Oregon
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Jordin Canada (5'6''-PG-95) of UCLA
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Marie Gulich (6'5''-C-94) of Oregon St.
Freshman of the Year: Satou Sabally (6'4''-F-98) of Oregon
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Brittany McPhee (6'0''-G) of Stanford
Co-Coach of the Year: Kelly Graves of Oregon
Co-Coach of the Year: Tara VanDerveer of Stanford

1st Team
C: Kristine Anigwe (6'4''-C-97) of California
F: Monique Billings (6'4''-F-96) of UCLA
PG: Jordin Canada (5'6''-PG-95) of UCLA
G: Maite Cazorla (5'10''-G-97) of Oregon
C: Marie Gulich (6'5''-C-94) of Oregon St.
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 (5'10''-G-97) of Oregon
G: Kennedy Leonard (5'8''-G-96) of Colorado
G: Brittany McPhee (6'0''-G) of Stanford
G: Amber Melgoza (5'10''-G) of Washington
F: Kristen Simon (6'2''-F-95) of USC
F: Alanna Smith (6'4''-F-96) of Stanford
G: Aliyah Mazyck (5'9''-G-96) of USC

Honorable Mention
Jalea Bennett (6'0''-G) of Arizona
Kennedy Burke (6'1''-G-97) of UCLA
Mikayla Cowling (6'2''-F) of California
Aliyah Mazyck (5'9''-G-96) of USC
Katie McWilliams (6'2''-G) of Oregon St.
Mikayla Pivec (5'10''-G) of Oregon St.
Emily Potter (6'6''-F-95) of Utah
Robbi Ryan (5'9''-G-97) of Arizona St.
Asha Thomas (5'4''-PG) of California
Kat Tudor (6'0''-G) of Oregon St.
Kiana Williams (5'8''-G) of Stanford

All-Defensive Team
F: Monique Billings (6'4''-F-96) of UCLA
PG: Jordin Canada (5'6''-PG-95) of UCLA
C: Marie Gulich (6'5''-C-94) of Oregon St.
G: Aliyah Mazyck (5'9''-G-96) of USC
G: Minyon Moore (5'8''-G-98) of USC

All-Defensive Honorable Mention
C: Kristine Anigwe (6'4''-C-97) of California
G: Kennedy Burke (6'1''-G-97) of UCLA
G: Maite Cazorla (5'10''-G-97) of Oregon
F: Mikayla Cowling (6'2''-F) of California
F: Kaylee Johnson (6'3''-F) of Stanford
G: Kennedy Leonard (5'8''-G-96) of Colorado
G: Katie McWilliams (6'2''-G) of Oregon St.
F: Emily Potter (6'6''-F-95) of Utah
G: Robbi Ryan (5'9''-G-97) of Arizona St.
G: Marta Sniezek (5'8''-G) of Stanford

All-Tournament Team
F: Ruthy Hebard (6'4''-F) of Oregon
G: Maite Cazorla (5'10''-G-97) of Oregon
F: Satou Sabally (6'4''-F-98) of Oregon
G: Kianna Williams (5'9''-G) of N.Colorado
G: Lexi Bando (5'9''-G) of Oregon
F: Monique Billings (6'4''-F-96) of UCLA
PG: Jordin Canada (5'6''-PG-95) of UCLA

All-Freshman Team
F: Satou Sabally (6'4''-F-98) of Oregon
G: Kianna Smith (6'0''-G) of California
F: Sam Thomas (6'0''-F) of Arizona
G: Kiana Williams (5'8''-G) of Stanford
G: Tori Williams (5'9''-G) of Utah
F: Michaela Onyenwere (5'11''-F) of UCLA

All-Freshman Honorable Mention
G: Kierra Collier (5'6''-G) of Washington
F: Taya Corosdale (6'3''-F) of Oregon St.
G: Aleah Goodman (5'9''-G) of Oregon St.
F: Annika Jank (6'3''-F) of Colorado


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