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.
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.
Washington 77, Arizona 48
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.
Washington 69, Arizona 59
Washington 83, Arizona 66
Washington 91, Arizona 73
Washington 66, Arizona 54
Washington and ASU -- that's right, not Stanford -- are the two Pac-10 teams currently with the best records.
Washington 64, Arizona 60
Dee-Dee Wheeler scored all of her 18 points in the second half of the Arizona Wildcats' 67-63 victory over Washington in their Pac-10 conference opener.
Pac-10 coaches are out to reinstate some national respect for their conference this season.
In a vote of the 10 Conference coaches, Stanford senior forward Nicole Powell has been named the 2003-04 Pacific-10 Women's Basketball Player of the Year.
Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer faces a predicament on how to play Nicole Powell to maximize the star forward's production down the stretch.
Shawntinice Polk had 19 points and 15 rebounds, and Arizona extended its home winning streak to 19 straight by beating Washington 89-74 Saturday.