List of Pacific-12 Conference national championships

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The following is a list of current Pacific-12 Conference (Pac-12) members' NCAA championships. Current Pac-12 members have won 452 NCAA national championships (As of June 30, 2013). For the 2012-13 academic year, the Pac-12 won 10 NCAA titles: baseball (UCLA), men's and women's water polo and women's golf (USC), men’s swimming and diving, women's indoor track and field and women's cross country (Oregon), men's cross country and skiing (Colorado) and women's tennis (Stanford).

This list also includes championships won by current Pac-12 schools while members of the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC), a closely related league that was formed in 1916 and disbanded in 1959. Although the current charter of what is now known as the Pac-12 dates only to the formation of the Athletic Association of Western Universities immediately after the demise of the PCC, the Pac-12 claims the PCC's history as its own. There is considerable continuity between the PCC and Pac-12—eight of the nine final members of the PCC (all except Idaho) are now Pac-12 members; five of these schools had founded the AAWU, and all eight had joined the AAWU by the 1964–65 school year.

Current members[edit]

Institution Location Founded Affiliation Enrollment Nickname NCAA Team Championships
(through June 15, 2014)[1]
University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 1885 Public 38,057 [2] Wildcats 18
Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona 1885 Public 55,552 [3] Sun Devils 23
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California 1868 Public 35,843 [4] Golden Bears 32
University of Colorado at Boulder Boulder, Colorado 1876 Public 29,709 [5] Buffaloes 23
University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon 1876 Public 23,389 [6] Ducks 24[7]
Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon 1868 Public 23,671 [8] Beavers 3
Stanford University Stanford, California 1891 Private 19,535 [9] Cardinal 104
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Los Angeles, California 1919 Public 39,984 [10] Bruins 108
University of Southern California (USC) Los Angeles, California 1880 Private 33,747 [11] Trojans 98
University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 1850 Public 29,284[12] Utes 20
University of Washington Seattle, Washington 1861 Public 47,361[13] Huskies 6
Washington State University Pullman, Washington 1890 Public 26,101[14] Cougars 2

Fall Sports[edit]

Men's Sports[edit]

Cross Country (11)
Year School
1961 Oregon State*
1971 Oregon
1973 Oregon
1974 Oregon
1977 Oregon
1996 Stanford
1997 Stanford
2001 Colorado*
2002 Stanford
2003 Stanford
2004 Colorado*
2006 Colorado*
2007 Oregon
2008 Oregon
2013 Colorado
Soccer (4)
Year School
1985 UCLA
1990 UCLA
1997 UCLA
2002 UCLA

* Won while a member of another conference, or an independent.

  • Oregon State was not initially invited to join the AAWU upon its 1959 formation. It played as an independent until joining the AAWU in 1964.
  • Colorado won its pre-2013 men's cross country titles as a member of the Big 12 Conference.

Women's Sports[edit]

Cross Country (8)
Year School
1983 Oregon*
1987 Oregon
1996 Stanford
2000 Colorado*
2003 Stanford
2004 Colorado*
2005 Stanford
2006 Stanford
2007 Stanford
2008 Washington
Soccer (2)
Year School
2007 USC
2011 Stanford
Volleyball (14)
Year School
1981 USC*
1984 UCLA*
1990 UCLA
1991 UCLA
1992 Stanford
1994 Stanford
1996 Stanford
1997 Stanford
2001 Stanford
2002 USC
2003 USC
2004 Stanford
2005 Washington
2011 UCLA

* Won while a member of another conference.

  • The conference now known as the Pac-12 did not sponsor women's sports until the 1986–87 school year, when it was known as the Pacific-10 Conference. Oregon won its 1983 women's cross country title as a member of the Northern Pacific Conference, while USC in 1981 and UCLA in 1984 won women's volleyball titles as members of the Western Collegiate Athletic Association.
  • Colorado won both of its women's cross country championships as a member of the Big 12 Conference.

Winter Sports[edit]

Men's Sports[edit]

Basketball (16)
Year School
1939 Oregon
1942 Stanford
1944 Utah*
1959 California
1964 UCLA
1965 UCLA
1967 UCLA
1968 UCLA
1969 UCLA
1970 UCLA
1971 UCLA
1972 UCLA
1973 UCLA
1975 UCLA
1995 UCLA
1997 Arizona
Swimming & Diving (21)
Year School
1960 USC
1963 USC
1964 USC
1965 USC
1966 USC
1967 Stanford
1974 USC
1975 USC
1976 USC
1977 USC
1979 California
1980 California
1982 UCLA
1985 Stanford
1986 Stanford
1987 Stanford
1992 Stanford
1993 Stanford
1994 Stanford
1998 Stanford
2008 Arizona
2011 California
2012 California
Indoor Track & Field (3)
Year School
1977 Washington State
2008 Arizona State
2009 Oregon
Wrestling (1)
Year School
1988 Arizona State

* Won while a member of another conference.

Women's Sports[edit]

Basketball (4)
Year School
1983 USC
1984 USC
1990 Stanford
1992 Stanford
Gymnastics (5)
Year School
1982 Utah*
1983 Utah*
1984 Utah*
1985 Utah*
1986 Utah*
1990 Utah*
1992 Utah*
1994 Utah*
1995 Utah*
1997 UCLA
2000 UCLA
2001 UCLA
2003 UCLA
2004 UCLA
2010 UCLA
Swimming & Diving (12)
Year School
1983 Stanford*
1989 Stanford
1992 Stanford
1993 Stanford
1994 Stanford
1995 Stanford
1996 Stanford
1997 USC
1998 Stanford
2008 Arizona
2009 California
2011 California
2012 California
Indoor Track & Field (6)
Year School
2000 UCLA
2001 UCLA
2007 Arizona State
2008 Arizona State
2010 Oregon
2011 Oregon
2012 Oregon
2013 Oregon
2014 Oregon

* Won while a member of another conference.

Spring Sports[edit]

Men's Sports[edit]

Baseball (22)
Year School
1947 California
1948 USC
1957 California
1958 USC
1961 USC
1963 USC
1965 Arizona State*
1967 Arizona State*
1968 USC
1969 Arizona State*
1970 USC
1971 USC
1972 USC
1973 USC
1974 USC
1976 Arizona*
1977 Arizona State*
1978 USC
1980 Arizona
1981 Arizona State
1986 Arizona
1987 Stanford
1988 Stanford
1998 USC
2006 Oregon State
2007 Oregon State
2012 Arizona
2013 UCLA
Golf (13)
Year School
1938 Stanford
1939 Stanford
1941 Stanford
1942 Stanford(co)
1946 Stanford
1953 Stanford
1988 UCLA
1990 Arizona State
1992 Arizona
1994 Stanford
1996 Arizona State
2004 California
2007 Stanford
2008 UCLA
Tennis (50)
Year School
1950 UCLA
1951 USC
1952 UCLA
1953 UCLA
1954 UCLA
1955 USC
1956 UCLA
1958 USC
1960 UCLA
1961 UCLA
1962 USC
1963 USC
1964 USC
1965 UCLA
1966 USC
1967 USC
1968 USC
1969 USC
1970 UCLA
1971 UCLA
1973 Stanford
1974 Stanford
1975 UCLA
1976 UCLA & USC
1977 Stanford
1978 Stanford
1979 UCLA
1980 Stanford
1981 Stanford
1982 UCLA
1983 Stanford
1984 UCLA
1986 Stanford
1988 Stanford
1989 Stanford
1990 Stanford
1991 USC
1992 Stanford
1993 USC
1994 USC
1995 Stanford
1996 Stanford
1997 Stanford
1998 Stanford
2000 Stanford
2002 USC
2005 UCLA
2009 USC
2010 USC
2011 USC
2012 USC
Outdoor Track & Field (45)
Year School
1922 California
1925 Stanford
1926 USC
1928 Stanford
1930 USC
1931 USC
1934 Stanford
1935 USC
1936 USC
1937 USC
1938 USC
1939 USC
1940 USC
1941 USC
1942 USC
1943 USC
1949 USC
1950 USC
1951 USC
1952 USC
1953 USC
1954 USC
1955 USC
1956 UCLA
1958 USC
1961 USC
1962 Oregon*
1963 USC
1964 Oregon*
1965 USC & Oregon
1966 UCLA
1967 USC
1968 USC
1970 Oregon & California
1971 UCLA
1972 UCLA
1973 UCLA
1976 USC
1977 Arizona State*
1978 UCLA(co)
1984 Oregon
1987 UCLA
1988 UCLA
2000 Stanford
2014 Oregon

* Won while a member of another conference.

  • Oregon was not initially invited to join the AAWU on its formation in 1959. It won its 1962 and 1964 men's outdoor track and field titles as an independent; it did not join the AAWU until the 1964–65 school year.
  • All national titles in baseball and men's outdoor track and field won by Arizona and Arizona State prior to the 1978–79 school year were won while the two schools were in the Western Athletic Conference.

Women's Sports[edit]

Golf (12)
Year School
1990 Arizona State
1991 UCLA
1993 Arizona State
1994 Arizona State
1995 Arizona State
1996 Arizona
1997 Arizona State
1998 Arizona State
2000 Arizona
2003 USC
2004 UCLA
2008 USC
Rowing (6)
Year School
1997 Washington
1998 Washington
2001 Washington
2005 California
2006 California(co)
2009 Stanford
Softball (22)
Year School
1982 UCLA*
1984 UCLA*
1985 UCLA*
1988 UCLA
1989 UCLA
1990 UCLA
1991 Arizona
1992 UCLA
1993 Arizona
1994 Arizona
1996 Arizona
1997 Arizona
1999 UCLA
2001 Arizona
2002 California
2003 UCLA
2004 UCLA
2006 Arizona
2007 Arizona
2008 Arizona State
2009 Washington
2010 UCLA
2011 Arizona State
Tennis (18)
Year School
1982 Stanford*
1983 USC*
1984 Stanford*
1985 USC*
1986 Stanford*
1987 Stanford
1988 Stanford
1989 Stanford
1990 Stanford
1991 Stanford
1997 Stanford
1999 Stanford
2001 Stanford
2002 Stanford
2004 Stanford
2005 Stanford
2006 Stanford
2008 UCLA
Outdoor Track & Field (6)
Year School
1982 UCLA*
1983 UCLA*
1985 Oregon*
2001 USC
2004 UCLA
2007 Arizona State

* Won while a member of another conference.

  • As noted previously, the then-Pac-10 did not sponsor women's sports until 1986–87.
    • UCLA: Three national championships in softball (1982, 1984, 1985) and two in women's outdoor track and field (1982, 1983) were won as a member of the Western Collegiate Athletic Association (WCAA).
    • Stanford: Three national championships in women's tennis (1982, 1984, 1986) were won as a member of the WCAA (known as the Pacific West Conference in the 1985–86 school year).
    • USC: Two national championships in women's tennis (1983, 1985) were won as a member of the WCAA.
    • Oregon: One national championship in women's track and field (1985) was won as a member of the Northern Pacific Conference.

Other NCAA championships[edit]

The following are NCAA championships won by Pac-12 members but in sports not sponsored by the Pac-12

Men's Sports[edit]

Boxing (1)
Year School
1937 Washington State
Gymnastics (11)
Year School
1962 USC
1968 California
1975 California
1986 Arizona State
1987 UCLA
1992 Stanford
1993 Stanford
1995 Stanford
1997 California
1998 California
2009 Stanford
2011 Stanford
Water Polo (38)
Year School
1969 UCLA
1971 UCLA
1972 UCLA
1973 California
1974 California
1975 California
1976 Stanford
1977 California
1978 Stanford
1980 Stanford
1981 Stanford
1983 California
1984 California
1985 Stanford
1986 Stanford
1987 California
1988 California
1990 California
1991 California
1992 California
1993 Stanford
1994 Stanford
1995 UCLA
1996 UCLA
1998 USC
1999 UCLA
2000 UCLA
2001 Stanford
2002 Stanford
2003 USC
2004 UCLA
2005 USC
2006 California
2007 California
2008 USC
2009 USC
2010 USC
2011 USC
2012 USC
2013 USC
Volleyball (24)
Year School
1970 UCLA
1971 UCLA
1972 UCLA
1974 UCLA
1975 UCLA
1976 UCLA
1977 USC
1979 UCLA
1980 USC
1981 UCLA
1982 UCLA
1983 UCLA
1984 UCLA
1987 UCLA
1988 USC
1989 UCLA
1990 USC
1993 UCLA
1995 UCLA
1996 UCLA
1997 Stanford
1998 UCLA
2000 UCLA
2006 UCLA
2010 Stanford
Skiing (23)
Year School
1959 Colorado*
1960 Colorado*
1972 Colorado*
1973 Colorado*
1974 Colorado*
1975 Colorado*
1976 Colorado*
1977 Colorado*
1978 Colorado*
1979 Colorado*
1981 Utah*
1982 Colorado*
1991 Colorado*
1993 Utah*
1995 Colorado*
1996 Utah*
1997 Utah*
1998 Colorado*
1999 Colorado*
2003 Utah*
2006 Colorado*
2011 Colorado
2013 Colorado

* Won while a member of another conference.

  • All of Colorado's championships in men's skiing between 1959 and 1982 were won as a full member of the Big Eight Conference, which never sponsored skiing in its history.
  • Utah's 1981 men's skiing title was won as a full member of the Western Athletic Conference, which like the Pac-12 has never sponsored skiing.

Women's Sports[edit]

Water Polo (13)
Year School
2001 UCLA
2002 Stanford
2003 UCLA
2004 USC
2005 UCLA
2006 UCLA
2007 UCLA
2008 UCLA
2009 UCLA
2010 USC
2011 Stanford
2012 Stanford
2013 USC
2014 Stanford

Combined Sports[edit]

Skiing (16)
Year School
1983 Utah*
1984 Utah*
1986 Utah*
1987 Utah*
1988 Utah*
1991 Colorado*
1993 Utah*
1995 Colorado*
1996 Utah*
1997 Utah*
1998 Colorado*
1999 Colorado*
2003 Utah*
2006 Colorado*
2011 Colorado*
2013 Colorado

* Won while a member of another conference.

  • Utah: Championships between 1983 and 1997 won as a full member of the Western Athletic Conference, and 2003 championship won as a full member of the Mountain West Conference. Neither conference has ever sponsored skiing.
  • Colorado: Championships in 1991 and 1995 won as a full member of the Big Eight Conference, and championships between 1998 and 2011 won as a full member of the Big 12 Conference. The Big Eight never sponsored skiing before its demise in 1996, and the Big 12 has never sponsored the sport.

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