SAN FRANCISCO – Entering the very last week of March, nearly midway thru the 2018-19 championship time table, girls’ packages throughout the Pac-12 keep to dominate on the courtroom, in the pool, and across the Olympic sports arena. This beyond the weekend, Pac-12 girls’ sports experienced numerous highlights, such as 518 NCAA Titles & Counting Stanford women’s swimming & diving this beyond weekend captured the program’s 1/3-directly and 11th all-time NCAA name in Austin, Tex. To convey the Pac-12’s all-time be counted to 518. Already the best-ever leader in NCAA titles, Pac-12 programs have now gained a total of five championships this educational yr with several opportunities closing. For Stanford this weekend, senior Ella Eastin became the primary lady in NCAA history to win four-directly national titles inside the four hundred-backyard individual medley, while freshman Taylor Ruck added another silver and bronze to her resume and sophomore Brooke Forde captured a countrywide championship inside the 500 unfastened while also bringing home a bronze in the 400 IM.
With a lifestyle because the “Conference of Champions,” the Pac-12 has led the kingdom in NCAA championships in fifty-two of the beyond fifty-eight years, with 518 NCAA team titles essential. Last season, nine of the Conference’s country-leading 12 claims had been captured in girls’ sports. Also this beyond the weekend, UCLA’s Maria Polyakova capped off a strong campaign with the 3-meter diving crown on the 2019 NCAA Championships while additionally being named the 2019 CSCAA Women’s Division I Diver of the Year.
Two Pac-12 packages have already punched their tickets to the Sweet sixteen inside the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship in Arizona State and Oregon, and four greater applications will compete for a Sweet sixteen berth later this evening in California, Oregon State, Stanford, and UCLA. Thus a long way via the tournament, Pac-12 women’s basketball programs is eight-0. Over the beyond four years, Pac-12 teams have long past 23-1 within the first spherical of the competition. With four groups playing for a Sweet 16 opportunity this night and clubs already in, the Pac-12 has a danger to the region as a minimum four groups in the round for the fourth-straight 12 months.
In total during the last four years, Pac-12 women’s basketball programs have secured 49 wins, the maximum amongst any conference, as well as the first winning percent (.731) in the NCAA tournament. In addition to the NCAA match, in the WNIT, Arizona has additionally advanced to the spherical of 16 with a couple of wins up to now, bringing Pac-12 girls’ basketball applications to a perfect 10-0 in postseason play to date. Women’s Gymnastics a Hit at Maverik Center and on Digital & Social In its inaugural yr at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah, UCLA captured its second-immediately Pac-12 girls’ gymnastics title this past weekend. With over 8,six hundred in attendance for a near-sellout target audience, the Pac-12’s first yr of three on the venue supplied a interesting competition amongst several packages, together with UCLA and Utah who presently rank second and 6th in the united states of America, respectively, at the side of 5 extra Pac-12 applications currently inside the Top 25. Selections for the 2019 NCAA girls’ gymnastics championship may even take vicinity this nighttime at 2 p.M. PT / 3 p.M. MT through a live broadcast on NCAA.Com. Across Pac-12 and Pac-12 Networks virtual and social media platforms this year, viral sensation Katelyn Ohashi and her floor recurring have displayed the top-acting video content across all such platforms. Along with fellow UCLA teammates Kyla Ross and Madison Kocian and Utah’s MyKayla Skinner, in addition to the very last season for UCLA’s gymnastics instruct Valorie Kondos Field, fanatics of girls’ gymnastics content on Pac-12 and Pac-12 Networks digital and social media systems couldn’t get sufficient this past season.