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Ionescu sets new career-high as Ducks claim first Pac-12 Tournament title

Seattle - Oregon had already made program history by earning a spot in Sunday’s Pac-12 Tournament title game. But the Ducks — and Sabrina Ionescu...

Oregon battles, Stanford breezes to set up top-seeded Pac-12 Final

The matchup is set. The top-two seeds will face off once more. And while both have their tickets to the NCAA Tournament all but punched, Oregon and...

Stanford, Arizona State win close calls to advance

Game #3: Stanford 69, USC 59 For three quarters, USC played Stanford essentially even. The problem for the Trojans was the first ten minutes, which saw...

Unique journeys characterize 1,000-win club members

This past Dec. 19, an event occurred in the world of women’s basketball that was so unlikely, that it would have been impossible to...

Coach’s Chair: Tara VanDerveer, Stanford University

Stanford's Tara VanDerveer cemented her status as one of the greatest coaches in women's basketball history last year, when she became the second Division...

McPhee’s scoring outburst paces No. 24 Stanford past No. 6 ...

Eugene - Ruthy Hebard jumped up to rebound a shot she thought was an airball by Stanford's Brittany McPhee, except it wasn't. The step...

No. 13 UCLA contains Stanford to avenge previous loss

Los Angeles – No. 13 UCLA contained a physical Stanford effort, 64-53, Sunday to avenge their loss in the first game of the season...

South Carolina beats Stanford to advance to title game

Dallas - South Carolina shook off a slow second quarter Friday to beat Stanford, 62-53, to advance to the National Championship game. Allisha Gray led...

Six Pac-12 teams expected to make NCAA field

When the NCAA women’s basketball selection committee reveals the field of 64 teams for the upcoming NCAA tournament in two days, there’s a very...

Pac-12 Championship top performers showcase their best

Each day of the Pac-12 Tournament saw peak performances, and the Championship game was no different. Players from both Stanford and Oregon State treated...