List of Pacific-12 Conference champions

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This is a list of conference champions in sports sponsored by the Pacific-12 Conference.

Current members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Type Enrollment Endowment Nickname NCAA Team Championships
(through June 5, 2011)[1]
University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 1885 Public 38,057 [2] $436,600,000 [3] Wildcats 17
Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona 1885 Public 55,552 [4] $441,000,000 [5] Sun Devils 23
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California 1868 Public 35,843 [6] $2,340,000,000 [3][7] Golden Bears 33
University of Colorado at Boulder Boulder, Colorado 1876 Public 29,952 [8] $665,442,000 [3] Buffaloes 22
University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon 1876 Public 23,389 [9] $386,500,000 [3] Ducks 18
Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon 1868 Public 23,671 [10] $329,200,000 [3] Beavers 3
Stanford University Stanford, California 1891 Private 19,535 [11] $12,620,000,000 [3] Cardinal 101
University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California 1919 Public 39,984 [12] $1,880,000,000 [3][7] Bruins 107
University of Southern California Los Angeles, California 1880 Private 33,747 [13] $2,670,000,000 [3] Trojans 93
University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 1850 Public 29,284[14] $513,400,000 [3] Utes 20
University of Washington Seattle, Washington 1861 Public 47,361[15] $1,650,000,000 [3] Huskies 6
Washington State University Pullman, Washington 1890 Public 26,101[16] $619,700,000 [3] Cougars 2

Affiliate members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Type Enrollment Nickname Current Conference Pac-12 Sports
Boise State University Boise, Idaho 1932 Public 19,667 Broncos Mountain West Wrestling
California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California 1901 Public 19,777 Mustangs Big West Men's Swimming and Diving, Wrestling
California State University, Bakersfield Bakersfield, California 1965 Public 7,493 Roadrunners Independent Wrestling
California State University, Fullerton Fullerton, California 1957 Public 36,996 Titans Big West Wrestling
San Diego State University San Diego, California 1897 Public 34,500 Aztecs Mountain West Men's Soccer
University of California, Davis Davis, California 1908 Public 31,426 Aggies Big West Wrestling
University of California, Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, California 1909 Public 20,559 Gauchos Big West Men's Swimming and Diving

Former members[edit]

No school has left the Pacific-12 since its founding as the AAWU in 1959. Two members of the PCC never joined the AAWU.

Institution Location Founded Type Enrollment Nickname Conference Membership Current Conference
University of Idaho Moscow, Idaho 1889 Public 11,957 Vandals 1922–1959 WAC
University of Montana Missoula, Montana 1893 Public 14,921 Grizzlies 1924–1950 Big Sky

Football[edit]

Men's Basketball[edit]

The Pacific Coast Conference began playing basketball in the 1915-16 season. The PCC was split into North and South Divisions for basketball beginning with the 1922-23 season. The winners of the two divisions would play a best of three series of games to determine the PCC basketball champion. If two division teams tied, they would have a one game playoff to produce the division representative. Starting with the first NCAA Men's Basketball Championship in 1939, the winner of the PCC divisional playoff was given the automatic berth in the NCAA tournament. Oregon, the 1939 PCC champion, won the championship game in the 1939 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.

The last divisional playoff was in the 1954-55 season. After that, there was no divisional play and all teams played each other in a round robin competition. From the 1955-56 season through the 1958-59 season, the regular season conference champion was awarded the NCAA tournament berth from the PCC. In the case of a tie, a tie breaker rule was used to determine the NCAA tournament representative.

Beginning with the 1975 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, the Pac-10 would usually place at least one other at-large team in the tournament.

By the 1985-86 season, the Pac-10 was one of three remaining conferences that gave their automatic NCAA tournament bid to the regular season round-robin champion. The other two conferences were the Ivy League and the Big Ten Conference.

The modern Pacific-12 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament format began in 1987. It was dropped after 1990 upon opposition from coaches and poor revenue and attendance.[17]

The tournament was restarted by an 8-2 vote of the athletic directors of the conference in 2000 after determining that a tournament would help increase exposure of the conference and help the seeding of the schools in the NCAA tournament.[18]

UCLA basketball game at Pauley Pavilion
Cal versus San Diego State at Haas Pavilion
Season Conference Champion (#) Tournament Champion (#)
1915-16 California (1)
Oregon State (1)
1916-17 Washington State (1)
1918-19 Oregon (1)
1919-20 Stanford (1)
1920-21 California (2)
Stanford (2)
1921-22 Idaho (1)
1922-23 Idaho (2)
1923-24 California (3)
1924-25 California (4)
1925-26 California (5)
1926-27 California (6)
1927-28 USC (1)
1928-29 California (7)
1929-30 USC (2)
1930-31 Washington (1)
1931-32 California (8)
1932-33 Oregon State (2)
1933-34 Washington (2)
1934-35 USC (3)
1935-36 Stanford (3)
1936-37 Stanford (4)
1937-38 Stanford (5)
1938-39 Oregon (2)
1939-40 USC (4)
1940-41 Washington State (2)
1941-42 Stanford (6)
1942-43 Washington (3)
1943-44 California (9)
Washington (4)
1944-45 Oregon (3)
UCLA (1)
1945-46 California (10)
1946-47 Oregon State (3)
1947-48 Washington (5)
1948-49 Oregon State (4)
1949-50 UCLA (2)
1950-51 Washington (6)
1951-52 UCLA (3)
1952-53 Washington (7)
1953-54 USC (5)
1954-55 Oregon State (5)
1955-56 UCLA (4)
1956-57 California (11)
1957-58 California (12)
Oregon State (6)
1958-59 California (13)
1959-60 California (14)
1960-61 USC (6)
1961-62 UCLA (5)
1962-63 Stanford (7)
UCLA (6)
1963-64 UCLA (7)
1964-65 UCLA (8)
1965-66 Oregon State (7)
1966-67 UCLA (9)
1967-68 UCLA (10)
1968-69 UCLA (11)
1969-70 UCLA (12)
1970-71 UCLA (13)
1971-72 UCLA (14)
1972-73 UCLA (15)
1973-74 UCLA (16)
1974-75 UCLA (17)
1975-76 UCLA (18)
1976-77 UCLA (19)
1977-78 UCLA (20)
1978-79 UCLA (21)
1979-80 Oregon State (8)
1980-81 Oregon State (9)
1981-82 Oregon State (10)
1982-83 UCLA (22)
1983-84 Oregon State (11)
Washington (8)
1984-85 USC (7)
Washington (9)
1985-86 Arizona (1)
1986-87 UCLA (23) UCLA (1)
1987-88 Arizona (2) Arizona (1)
1988-89 Arizona (3) Arizona (2)
1989-90 Arizona (4)
Oregon State (12)
Arizona (3)
1990-91 Arizona (5)
1991-92 UCLA (24)
1992-93 Arizona (6)
1993-94 Arizona (7)
1994-95 UCLA (25)
1995-96 UCLA (26)
1996-97 UCLA (27)
1997-98 Arizona (8)
1998-99 Stanford (8)
1999-00 Arizona (9)
Stanford (9)
2000-01 Stanford (10)
2001-02 Oregon (4) Arizona (4)
2002-03 Arizona (10) Oregon (1)
2003-04 Stanford (11) Stanford (1)
2004-05 Arizona (11) Washington (1)
2005-06 UCLA (28) UCLA (2)
2006-07 UCLA (29) Oregon (2)
2007-08 UCLA (30) UCLA (3)
2008-09 Washington (10) USC (1)
2009-10 California (15) Washington (2)
2010-11 Arizona (12) Washington (3)
2011-12 Washington (11) Colorado (1)
2012-13 UCLA (31) Oregon (3)
2013-14 Arizona (13) UCLA (4)

Bold text denotes National Champion. (Arizona was National Champion in 1997, but not Conference Champion.)

Women's Basketball[edit]

The tournament logo
Conf Ovrl
Year Team W L Pct W L Pct
1986-87 USC 15 3 0.833 22 8 0.733
1987-88 Washington 16 2 0.889 25 5 0.833
1988-89 Stanford 18 0 1.000 28 3 0.903
1989-90 Stanford 17 1 0.944 32 1 0.970
Washington 17 1 0.944 28 3 0.903
1990-91 Stanford 16 2 0.889 26 6 0.813
1991-92 Stanford 15 3 0.833 30 3 0.909
1992-93 Stanford 15 3 0.833 26 6 0.812
1993-94 USC 16 2 0.887 26 4 0.867
1994-95 Stanford 17 1 0.944 30 3 0.909
1995-96 Stanford 18 0 1.000 29 3 0.906
1996-97 Stanford 18 0 1.000 34 2 0.944
1997-98 Stanford 17 1 0.944 21 6 0.778
1998-99 Oregon 15 3 0.833 25 6 0.806
UCLA 15 3 0.833 26 8 0.765
1999-00 Oregon 14 4 0.778 23 8 0.742
2000-01 Arizona State 12 6 0.667 20 11 0.645
Stanford 12 6 0.667 19 11 0.633
Washington 12 6 0.667 22 10 0.688
2001-02 Stanford 18 0 1.000 32 3 0.914
2002-03 Stanford 15 3 0.833 27 5 0.844
2003-04 Arizona 14 4 0.778 24 9 0.727
Stanford 14 4 0.778 27 7 0.813
2004-05 Stanford 17 1 0.944 32 3 0.914
2005-06 Stanford 15 3 0.833 26 8 0.765
2006-07 Stanford 17 1 0.944 28 4 0.875
2007-08 Stanford 16 2 0.889 35 4 0.897
2008-09 Stanford 17 1 0.941 26 4 0.862
2009-10 Stanford 18 0 1.000 31 1 0.969
2010-11 Stanford 18 0 1.000 29 2 0.936
2011-12 Stanford 18 0 1.000 31 1 0.969
2012-13 California 17 1 0.944 28 3 0.903
Stanford 17 1 0.944 31 2 0.939

Baseball[edit]

Season Conference
1916 California
1917 California
1918 Oregon
1919 Washington
1920 California
1921 California
1922 Washington
Season North South
1923 Washington California
Season Conference
1924 California
Season North South
1925 Oregon State Stanford
1926 Washington California
Season North CIBA
1927 Washington State, Oregon State St. Mary's
1928 Oregon, Washington State St. Mary's
1929 Washington California
1930 Washington USC
1931 Washington Stanford
1932 Washington USC
1933 Washington State California
1934 Oregon California
1935 Oregon California, USC
1936 Washington State USC
1937 Oregon California
1938 Oregon State, Washington State California
1939 Oregon St. Mary's, USC
1940 Oregon State St. Mary's
1941 Oregon California, St. Mary's
1942 Oregon USC
1943 Oregon, Oregon State California†, USC†
1944 Washington State UCLA
1945 Washington State California
1946 Oregon USC
1947 Washington State California, USC
1948 Washington State USC*
1949 Washington State USC*
1950 Washington State* Stanford
1951 Oregon State USC*
1952 Oregon State* USC
1953 Oregon Stanford*
1954 Oregon* USC
1955 Oregon USC*
1956 Washington State* USC
1957 Oregon California*, USC
1958 Oregon State USC*
1959 Washington USC*
Season AAWU
1960 Washington State California, USC
1961 Washington State USC
1962 Oregon State Santa Clara
1963 Oregon State USC
1964 Oregon USC
1965 Washington State Stanford
1966 Washington State USC
Season Pac-8
1967 Stanford
1968 USC
1969 UCLA
Season North CIBA
1970 Washington State USC**
1971 Washington State USC**
1972 Washington State, Oregon USC**
1973 Washington State USC**
1974 Oregon, Washington State USC**
1975 Oregon State USC**
1976 Washington State** UCLA
Season North South
1977 Washington State USC**
1978 Washington State USC**
1979 Washington State UCLA
1980 Washington State Arizona, California
1981 Washington Arizona State
1982 Oregon State Arizona State
1983 Oregon State Stanford
1984 Portland State, Washington State Arizona State
1985 Washington State Stanford
1986 Oregon State UCLA
1987 Washington State Stanford
1988 Washington State Arizona State
1989 Washington State Arizona
1990 Washington State Stanford
1991 Washington State USC
1992 Washington Arizona
1993 Washington Arizona State
1994 Oregon State Stanford
1995 Washington State USC
1996 Washington USC
1997 Washington Stanford
1998 Washington Stanford
Season Pac-10 Record
1999 Stanford 50-15 (19-5)
2000 Arizona State‡, Stanford, UCLA (17-7)
2001 USC 45-19 (18-6)
2002 USC 37-24 (17-7)
2003 Stanford 51-18 (18-6)
2004 Stanford 46-14 (16-8)
2005 Oregon State 46-12 (19-5)
2006 Oregon State 50-16 (16-7)
2007 Arizona State 49-15 (19-5)
2008 Arizona State 49-13 (16-8)
2009 Arizona State 51-14 (21-6)
2010 Arizona State 52-10 (20-7)
2011 UCLA 35-24 (18-9)
Season Pac-12 Record
2012 UCLA‡, Arizona 42-14 (20-10), 38-17 (20-10)
2013 Oregon State 52-13 (24-6)
2014 Oregon State 42-12 (23-7)

Bold text indicates National Champion
* Pacific Coast Conference playoff champion
** North-South playoff champion
† California won the CIBA Division 1 and USC won Division 2. Cal defeated USC in a playoff for the CIBA title.
‡ Won the tiebreaker and the automatic post-season bid

Note: Oregon State won the 2007 National Championship but did not win the conference championship

Note: UCLA won the 2013 National Championship but did not win the conference championship

Softball[edit]

Year Team Conf Ovrl
W L T Pct W L T Pct
1987 California 8 2 0 0.800 34 15 0 0.694
1988 UCLA 15 3 0 0.833 53 8 0 0.869
1989 UCLA 18 2 0 0.900 48 4 0 0.923
1990 UCLA 16 2 0 0.889 62 7 0 0.899
1991 UCLA 16 4 0 0.800 50 5 0 0.909
1992 Arizona 16 2 0 0.889 58 7 0 0.892
1993 UCLA 25 1 0 0.962 50 5 0 0.909
1994 Arizona 23 1 0 0.958 64 3 0 0.955
1995 UCLA 23 4 0 0.857 43 6 0 0.917
1996 Washington 23 4 0 0.852 59 9 0 0.868
1997 Arizona 26 1 0 0.963 61 5 0 0.924
1998 Arizona 27 1 0 0.964 67 4 0 0.944
1999 UCLA 22 6 0 0.786 63 6 0 0.913
2000 Washington 17 4 0 0.810 62 9 0 0.873
2001 Arizona 19 2 0 0.905 65 4 0 0.942
2002 UCLA 18 3 0 0.857 55 9 0 0.859
2003 Arizona 19 2 0 0.905 54 5 0 0.915
2004 Arizona 17 3 0 0.850 55 6 0 0.902
2005 California
Arizona
Oregon State
Stanford
13
13
13
13
8
8
8
8
0
0
0
0
0.619
0.619
0.619
0.619
52
45
43
43
15
12
16
16
0
0
0
0
0.776
0.789
0.729
0.729
2006 Arizona 15 5 1 0.738 44 12 1 0.781
2007 Arizona 15 5 1 0.738 50 14 1 0.777
2008 Arizona State 18 3 0 0.857 64 5 0 0.927
2009 UCLA 16 5 0 0.762 45 11 0 0.804
2010 Washington 17 4 0 0.810 44 6 0 0.880
2011 Arizona State 17 4 0 0.810 60 6 0 0.909
Season Pac-12 Record
2012 California 21 3 0 0.865 58 7 0 0.892
2013 Oregon 19 5 0 0.792 50 11 0 0.820
2014 Oregon 19 2 1 0.886 48 6 1 0.882

Note: UCLA won the 1992, 1995 (vacated), 2003, 2004 and 2010 National Championship but did not win the conference championship
Note: Arizona won the 1991, 1993, and 1996 National Championship but did not win the conference championship
Note: California won the 2002 National Championship but did not win the conference championship
Note: Washington won the 2009 National Championship but did not win the conference championship
Note: Washington State and USC do not field softball teams
Bold text indicates National Champion

Gymnastics[edit]

Season Team Champion (#) Runner Up All-Around Champion
1987 UCLA (1) Arizona Tanya Service, UCLA; Yumi Modre, Washington
1988 UCLA (2) Arizona State Jill Andrews, UCLA
1989 UCLA (3) Oregon State Joy Selig, Oregon State
1990 UCLA (4) Arizona Jill Andrews, UCLA
1991 Oregon State (1) UCLA Joy Selig, Oregon State
1992 Oregon State (2) Arizona Chari Knight, Oregon State
1993 UCLA (5) Oregon State Kareema Marrow, UCLA
1994 Oregon State (3) UCLA Leah Homma, UCLA
1995 UCLA (6) Arizona State Stella Umeh, UCLA
1996 Oregon State (4) Arizona State Heidi Hornbeek, Arizona
1997 UCLA (7) Stanford Leah Homma, UCLA
1998 Stanford (1) Oregon State Stella Umeh, UCLA
1999 UCLA (8) Oregon State Heidi Moneymaker, UCLA
2000 UCLA (9) Oregon State Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA
2001 Stanford (2) UCLA Mohini Bhardwaj, UCLA
2002 UCLA (10) Arizona Onnie Willis, UCLA
2003 UCLA (11) Stanford Kate Richardson, UCLA
2004 Stanford (3) UCLA Natalie Foley, Stanford
2005 UCLA (12) Arizona Kristen Maloney, UCLA; Tasha Schwikert, UCLA
2006 Stanford (4) UCLA Tabitha Yim, Stanford
2007 UCLA (13) Stanford Tasha Schwikert, UCLA
2008 Stanford (5) Oregon State Tabitha Yim, Stanford
2009 UCLA (14) Oregon State Carly Janiga, Stanford
2010 UCLA (15) Stanford Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA
2011 Oregon State (5) UCLA Leslie Mak, Oregon State
2012 UCLA (16) Utah Corrie Lothrop, Utah
2013 Oregon State (6) UCLA Vanessa Zamarripa, UCLA

Note: Bold denotes NCAA team or all-around champion.
Note: The Pac-10 added gymnastics in the 1987 season. Prior to the Pac-10 fielding gymnastics championships, Jackie Brummer from Arizona State won the NCAA gymnastics championship.
Note: The following gymnasts won the NCAA all-around title without winning the Pac-10 all-around title: 2001: Onnie Willis, UCLA; 2002: Jamie Dantzscher, UCLA; 2004: Jeanette Antolin, UCLA, Kristen Maloney, UCLA; 2008: Tasha Schwikert, UCLA.

2012 honors[edit]

Georgia Dabritz

2013 honors[edit]

Men's Soccer[edit]

The conference established men's soccer as a sponsored sport beginning in the 2000 academic year. Prior to then, most members who fielded a men's collegiate soccer team competed in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.

Conf Ovrl Conf Ovrl
Season Champion W-L-T W-L-T Runner-Up W-L-T W-L-T
2000 Washington
2001 Stanford
2002 UCLA 8-2-0 16-3-3 California 6-3-1 14-6-2
2003 UCLA 10-0-0 20-2-1 Oregon State 7-3-0 13-7-0
2004 UCLA 6-2-0 14-4-2 California 4-3-1 13-4-3
2005 UCLA 7-1-2 12-5-3 California 6-3-1 14-4-3
2006 California 7-3-0 12-5-1 San Diego State 5-2-3 9-5-4
2007 California 6-3-1 11-5-2 San Diego State
Stanford
UCLA
4-4-2 8-7-4
7-6-5
8-8-3
2008 UCLA 7-1-2 10-5-6 California 5-2-3 12-4-5
2009 UCLA 5-1-4 10-3-4 Oregon State 5-4-1 9-6-3
2010 California 8-1-1 12-2-3 Stanford 4-6-0 8-10-0
2011 UCLA 10-0-0 18-4-2 Washington 7-3-0 12-4-2
2012 UCLA 8-1-1 13-3-3 Washington 7-1-2 13-5-3

Note: Not all Pac-12 schools field a men's soccer team.

Women's Soccer[edit]

The conference established women's soccer as a sponsored sport beginning in the 1995 academic year.

Conf Ovrl Conf Ovrl
Season Champion W-L-T W-L-T Runner-Up W-L-T W-L-T
1995 Stanford
1996 Stanford
1997 UCLA
1998 California
UCLA
USC
1999 Stanford
2000 Washington
2001 UCLA
2002 Stanford
2003 UCLA 8-0-1 20-2-3 Arizona State 6-2-1 13-5-3
2004 UCLA
Arizona
6-3-0
6-3-0
17-6-0
15-6-0
Washington 5-3-1 17-5-1
2005 UCLA 7-0-2 22-2-2 California 7-1-1 16-4-2
2006 UCLA 8-1-0 17-3-0 Oregon 6-1-2 12-6-2
2007 UCLA 9-0-0 18-1-2 USC 6-2-1 16-3-2
2008 UCLA 9-0-0 22-0-2 Stanford 8-1-0 22-1-1
2009 Stanford 9-0-0 22-0-0 UCLA 8-1-0 19-2-1
2010 Stanford 9-0-0 22-0-2 Oregon 3-5-1 7-10-3
2011 Stanford 11-0-0 25-0-1 UCLA 8-1-2 16-1-4
2012 Stanford 11-0-0 21-2-1 UCLA 8-2-1 18-3-2

Bold text indicates National Champion

Women's Volleyball[edit]

Year Team Conf Overall Runner-up
W L Pct W L Pct
1986 UCLA 17 1 0.944 31 10 0.756 Stanford
1987 Stanford 17 1 0.944 29 7 0.806 UCLA
1988 UCLA 18 0 1.000 34 1 0.971 Stanford
1989 UCLA 18 0 1.000 30 3 0.909 Washington
Stanford
1990 UCLA 18 0 1.000 36 1 0.973 Stanford
1991 Stanford 18 0 1.000 30 2 0.938 UCLA
1992 UCLA 18 0 1.000 33 1 0.971 Stanford
1993 UCLA 17 1 0.944 30 2 0.938 Stanford
ASU
1994 Stanford 17 1 0.944 32 1 0.970 UCLA
1995 Stanford 18 0 1.000 29 3 0.906 WSU
UCLA
1996 Stanford 17 1 0.944 31 2 0.935 WSU
1997 Stanford 18 0 1.000 33 2 0.942 USC
Washington
1998 Stanford 17 1 0.944 27 4 0.871 USC
1999 Stanford
UCLA
17 1 0.944 31
28
3
4
0.912
0.875
N/A
2000 USC
Arizona
16 2 0.889 29
28
3
5
0.906
0.848
N/A
2001 Stanford 17 1 0.944 33 2 0.943 USC
2002 USC 17 1 0.944 31 1 0.969 Stanford
2003 USC 18 0 1.000 35 0 1.000 Stanford
2004 Washington 16 2 0.889 28 3 0.903 Stanford
2005 Washington 17 1 0.944 32 1 0.903 Stanford
Arizona
2006 Stanford 16 2 0.889 30 4 0.882 UCLA
Washington
2007 Stanford 16 2 0.889 32 3 0.914 Washington
2008 Stanford 17 1 0.944 31 4 0.886 Washington
2009 Stanford 14 4 0.778 23 8 0.742 Washington
UCLA
2010 California
Stanford
15 3 0.833 30
27
4
4
0.882
0.871
N/A
2011 USC 20 2 0.909 29 5 0.853 UCLA
2012 Stanford 19 1 0.900 30 4 0.882 Oregon

Bold text indicates National Champion

References[edit]