No. 23 Cal outlasts Oregon 101-98 in overtime
Stanford has been picked by the Pac-12 coaches to win the conference title again this season behind reigning Player of the Year Chiney Ogwumike.
Caught in a late-season slump, Washington hopes the home-court advantage at Seattle's KeyArena will help it turn things around in the Pac-12 tournament.
Layshia Clarendon scored 14 points and No. 6 California won its school-record 12th straight game with a 77-55 victory over Oregon on Friday night.
Layshia Clarendon scored 15, Gennifer Brandon and Talia Caldwell each had double-doubles as No. 6 California cruised 72-45 against Oregon on Sunday.
Stanford has reigned in the Pac-12 for a dozen years. Will this be the season it is knocked from the throne? Read on for our predictions for the league.
Southern Cal 92, Oregon 73
The Pac-10 is considering a compromise that would have California and Stanford placed with the Northwest region schools to secure a north-south division split.
Oregon 117, Cal St.-Fullerton 69
Ashley Walker had 24 points and 11 rebounds, Laura Greif added 11 points and No. 6 California bounced back from its only conference loss of the season to beat Oregon 84-42 on Thursday night.
Ashley Walker scored 23 points and California defeated Oregon 65-50 on Saturday after forcing the Ducks into the worst first half at home in school history.
Natasha Vital had 14 points, nine assists and seven rebounds and Cal (No. 9 ESPN/USA Today, No. 10 AP) did just enough right when it counted Saturday, holding off Oregon 67-60 in the second round of the Pac-10 tournament.
Guard Alexis Gray-Lawson scored a game-high 16 points and junior center Devanei Hampton had 11 points and 11 rebounds as California beat Oregon 53-34 on Saturday at McArthur Court.
No. 9 California 53, Oregon 34
Ashley Walker had 25 points and eight rebounds and No. 9 California held off Oregon 61-52 on Thursday night.
Devanei Hampton had 21 points and nine rebounds and California beat Oregon 63-51 in the Pac-10 tournament.