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Globe and Mail2010 Final Four: Duke Looks To Build On Late-Season Momentum Versus MountaineersBleacher ReportDuke's second round game would be much more difficult, however, pitting the Blue Devils against the Pac-10 Champion California Golden Bears. ...West Virginia's Bryant shoots with teamGaea Times (blog)all 1,890 news articles »
Youngest Singler in the spotlight, tooMail TribuneThe 6-foot-6, 210-pound forward was an honorable mention selection on the Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman team, and his status as a Duck in limbo as the ...and more »
Washington PostVanDerveer's quest for perfection has taken Stanford to the topSan Jose Mercury News"She tells us it's not about her, it's about us," said senior guard Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, the Pac-10 co-defender of the year. "As I am approaching the real ...Appel sheds her boot, but watches practiceSan Francisco ChronicleW. Basketball: Final PhaseThe Stanford DailyStanford hopes to make some noise in Final FourPalo Alto OnlineKRMG (blog) -Bleacher Report -SLAM Onlineall 218 news articles »
Kansas City StarFinal Four buzz: Spartans' Izzo sticks up for Big TenKansas City Star“There's the ACC, Big East, Big 12, SEC, the Pac-10, they're all great conferences,” Izzo said. “They have great teams, great players. ...and more »
Ex-Cougar Lodwick named to Pac-10 academic squadBend BulletinFormer Mountain View High School standout Abe Lodwick was named Thursday to the 2010 Pac-10 Men's Basketball All-Academic Team, conference commissioner ...WSU Basketball | Koprivica and Lodwick earn All-Pac-10 honorsExaminer.comall 12 news articles »
Seattle Times (blog)Huskies fire assistant women's basketball coach Judy SpoelstraSeattle TimesCountry Day School after being fired in 2005 after 10 seasons as Oregon State coach. She was Pac-10 coach of the year in 2000. ...Women's assistant Spoelstra not retained for next seasonThe Daily of the University of WashingtonWashington fires assistant coach Judy SpoelstraSeattle Times (blog)all 5 news articles »
OSU BeaversOregon basketball: Garrett Sim earns Pac-10 academic honorsOregonLive.com (blog)Sophomore guard Garrett Sim was named to the Pac-10 Conference Men's Basketball All-Academic Second Team it was announced by the league office on Thursday. ...Five Beavers Are Academic All-Pac-10Building the Dam (blog)Six Gymnasts Recognized by Pac-10 for Work in ClassroomOSU BeaversOregon women's basketball: Amanda Johnson, Micaela Cocks and Taylor Lilley ...OregonLive.com (blog)OSU Beaversall 10 news articles »
Globe and MailMSU survives by slim margins in NCAA TournamentThe Detroit NewsThe Big East has had seven Final Four teams since 1999, followed by the Big 12 with six and the Pac-10 and SEC with four each. The Spartans are 13-10 ...Mid-major no major accomplishmentCarolinian (subscription)Goodbye, bracket; hello, bandwagonNews SentinelJohn Smallwood: Butler can win NCAA championship for the little guys ...Philadelphia Daily NewsBleacher Report -Gaea Times (blog)all 2,545 news articles »
Seattle Post IntelligencerThis Week in Pac-10 Women's BasketballPac 10ROAD TO SAN ANTONIO GOES THROUGH THE PAC-10: For teams looking to get to San Antonio for the NCAA Final Four, they may have to go through Pac-10 country. ...Stanford's Appel takes last shot at national titleSan Jose Mercury NewsStanford's Appel, Ogwumike named second-team All-AmericansExaminer.comStanford, Xavier ready for battle of the 'bigs'American ChronicleTheBootleg.com (subscription) -Seattle Timesall 502 news articles »
Washington PostCollege basketball: Lavin, Floyd get coaching jobsKansas City StarAP Two former Pac-10 coaches will be back on the sidelines for Division I basketball teams next season. One is giving up a TV job, and the other is ...Former UCLA and USC Basketball Coaches return to the hardwoodFS WestLavin takes job at St. John'sOCRegister (blog)Steve Lavin to St. John's: Well, he won't be boringSan Jose Mercury News (blog)New York Post -Boston Globeall 823 news articles »
msnbc.comPaul Gutierrez: No time for Pac-10 basketball to get cockySacramento BeeBecause the danger is Washington's 82-64 ambush of a shell-shocked New Mexico masks the truth that the Pac-10 is down. Be sure, the way the Huskies beat up ...A time for Pac-10 redemptionSan Francisco ChronicleCal, Huskies make Pac-10 seem betterSanta Rosa Press DemocratHusky Men's Basketball BlogSeattle Times (blog)SI.com -New York Times -HeraldNetall 555 news articles »
Los Angeles TimesWOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Bruins ready for NCAA openerWhittier Daily NewsDespite the Pac-10's No. 2 seeding, 10 wins in 11 games and only one loss to a team other than second-ranked Stanford since Dec. ...NC State-UCLA PreviewFOXSports.comall 16 news articles »
The StateCommentary: No quick fixes for Tigers' fast exitsThe StateThe Pac-10 was supposedly the worst of the big conferences this year. An Atlantic-10 official told me Friday he spoke to a member of the selection committee ...and more »
CBC.caTournament Central: NCAA BasketballOmaha World-HeraldMatthew Bryan-Amaning had 15 points and nine rebounds for the Huskies (26-9), who have won nine straight, including the Pac-10 tournament and NCAA decisions ...NCAA tournament provides shock and chalk valueLos Angeles TimesKU's dreams dissolve into tearsKansas City StarNCAA: Bracket-busting day thanks to Northern IowaUSA TodayCollegeHoopsnet.com -Forbesall 1,385 news articles »
FOXNewsPac-10 football: Mike Bellotti quits; another strange turn of events at Oregon ...OregonLive.com (blog)... having just fired the basketball coach, with the formerly self-sufficient athletic department now losing money and about to take on annual, ...Bellotti Steps Down As Oregon AD; ESPN Hires Ex-Football Coach As AnalystAHN | All Headline NewsBellotti Resigns At Oregon, To Join ESPNESPNMike Bellotti Leaves Oregon For ESPNFanHouseThe Register-Guard -Building the Dam (blog) -msnbc.comall 245 news articles »
Washington PostStanford center dominating, bubbly, mischievousSan Francisco ChronicleShe was Pac-10 basketball's scholar-athlete of the year. Her team, ranked second in the nation, is rolling. She's dating Stanford offensive tackle Chris ...No big surprisePress-EnterpriseStanford women open tournament with big winPalo Alto OnlineWomen's basketball starts NCAA TourneyTheBootleg.com (subscription)San Luis Obispo Tribuneall 168 news articles »
New York Daily NewsCal continues Pac-10 redemption storyESPN (blog)We take it all back, Pac-10. Sure, all year we held our noses while looking at your standings. Maybe we scoffed at your lack of marquee wins or ranked teams ...Cal Beats Louisville in Another Blow to Big EastNew York TimesCalifornia makes their case for Pac-10 with big win over LouisvilleExaminer.comCal earning more respect from Obama, Pac-10 criticsFlorida Times-Union (blog)San Francisco Chronicle -San Jose Mercury News -Gaea Times (blog)all 354 news articles »
FOXNewsPac-10 basketball: Ernie Kent fired from a school and job he loved (notes, links)OregonLive.com (blog)How's this for being pro-Pac-10: former UCLA star Marques Johnson, who does color commentary for Pac-10 games on FSN, says Cal can make the Final Four if it ...Oregon fires basketball coach KentLos Angeles TimesDucks leave season with plenty of what-ifsThe Register-GuardOregon Fires Men's Basketball Coach Kent After 13 YearsAHN | All Headline NewsStatesman Journalall 280 news articles »
Lexington Herald LeaderPac-10 basketball: Would Cal trade places with Washington? Ummmm … YES!San Jose Mercury News (blog)Yet its draw is three seed lines worse. 38 Responses to “Pac-10 basketball: Would Cal trade places with Washington? Ummmm … YES!”Washington beats Cal in Pac-10 finalLos Angeles Wave NewspapersCOLLEGE BASKETBALL: Louisville draws California in 8-9 matchup (03/15)News EnterpriseLouisville Cardinals facing uphill battle in first round of NCAA TournamentExaminer.comBetFirms -Rutgers University (subscription) -Louisville Courier-Journalall 164 news articles »
Stanford Women's Basketball : 3/15/2010 : Pac-10 Tournament Champions!
Stanford Women s Basketball : 3/14/2010 : Pac 10 Championship Press Conference
The University of Washington mens basketball team beat Cal 79 - 75 to win the 2010 Pac 10 basketball tournament at Staples Center. Brought to you by liveseattleonline.com.
Globe and MailPac 10 basketball: Washington hangs on to get to NCAA tournamentLos Angeles Times (blog)California (23-10), the conference regular-season champion, is expected to get an at-large bid. The last time the Pac-10 had only two teams make the NCAA ...Pac-10 basketball: No Ernie Kent news, but conference tournament goes on ...OregonLive.com (blog)Washington vs California Live Stream: Pac 10 Basketball Tournament 2010TV Shows Now! (blog)Now it's time to waitSan Francisco ChronicleSeattle Times (blog) -Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog) -ESPN (blog)all 605 news articles »
Pac 10 Championships
The Pac-10 Conference has had an awful basketball season. What's going on? Palestra.net's Raj Nair is at the Pac-10 Tournament to find out from the fans.
The Bruins open on Friday night at 7:15 against the winner of Oregon St and Washington.
John Clownzano SUCKS sign during the celebration of the last Pac 10 game for the Oregon Ducks basketball team at Mac Court
...2:00 p.m. FSN #1 seed vs.#9/8 winner 2:30 p.m. FSN #6 seed vs. #3 seed 6:00 p.m. FSN #2 seed vs. #7/seed 8:30 p.m. FSN 2010 PAC 10 Basketball Tournament - Semi Finals March 12, 2010 2010 PAC 10 Basketball Tournament Semifinals Game 1 6:00 p.m. FSN 2010 PAC...
After a half-century, the Bears once again became conference champions. Cal (20-9, 12-5), with its 62-46 win over Arizona State on Saturday afternoon, clinched at least a share for the regular-season Pac-10 title. "It's unfortunate, it being our last time playing at Haas, but the way we ended it was the most important thing" he said. "It's a warm feeling, so hopefully we can keep things going and make more history." - Patrick Christopher
Celebration footage from the courts of Haas Pavilion, as Cal Basketball clinches the Pac-10 title on February 27, 2010. The Bears defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils, 62-46, and with it, clinched at least a share of the Pac-10 title. Cal hadn't won a conference title since winning its fourth straight in 1960 under coach Pete Newell, when they played in the Athletic Association of Western Universities.
A glimpse of the celebration following Cal's 1st Pac 10 Basketball title in 50 years.
The California Golden Bears clinch the 2010 Pac-10 Regular Season title.
Cal fans storm the court after winning a share of the Pac-10 championship!
The California Golden Bears cut down the nets after their game with Arizona State. The Pac 10 champs cut down the Haas Pavilion nets before a capacity crowd.
After defeating the Arizona State Sun Devils 62-46 to win the PAC-10 Title, Head Coach Mike Montgomery cuts down the net in celebration.
End of game where Cal beats ASU to win at least a share of the Pac-10 Basketball Championship
The Bears clinch at least a share of the conference with the win over Arizona State!
BERKELEY, Calif. — Videos and interviews from players after Arizona's 95-71 loss at California on Thursday night.
STOP WITH THE TRITENESS!! The league is garbage this year, and it has nothing to do with early entry
Commissioner Larry Scott announced today that CALIFORNIA senior guard Jerome Randle has been named the Pac-10 Mens Basketball Player of the Week for Feb. 8-14. Randle, a native from Chicago, Ill., moved into third place on Cals all-time scoring list over the weekend, just eight points behind Lamond Murray for second place. For the weekend, Randle averaged 28.5 points, shooting 19-for-36 (53 percent) from the field, including 64 percent (9-for-14) from behind the arc and 91 percent (10-for-11) from the free throw line, respectively. In Thursdays 93-81 win over the Huskies, Randle scored 21 of his 33 points in the first half on 12-for-19 (63 percent) from the floor. For Randle, it was his second 30-point outing of the season and third of his career. In Saturdays 86-70 victory over the Cougars, the senior guard scored 24 points on 7-for-17 shooting (41 percent), including 6-for-9 (67 percent) from three-point land as the Golden Bears erased an 11-point halftime deficit. For the season, Randle ranks among the Pac-10 leaders in many statistical categories including fourth in scoring (19.8 ppg), third in assists (4.56 apg), first in free throw percentage (92 percent), sixth in three-point field goal percentage (41 percent) and second in three-point field goal made (72). This is the third weekly honor for Randle and Californias 43rd all-time Player of the Week.
Commissioner Larry Scott announced today that WASHINGTON senior forward Quincy Pondexter has been named the Pac-10 Mens Basketball Player of the Week for Feb. 1-7. Pondexter, who hails from Fresno, Calif., joins Ed obannon (UCLA), Gary Payton (OSU) and Eddie House (ASU) as the only mens basketball players to earn four Pac-10 Player of the Weeks in a single season. Pondexter did so by averaging 23.5 points and 9.5 rebounds in wins over Arizona and Arizona State. In Thursdays 81-75 win over the Wildcats, Pondexter scored 30 points, his third 30-plus point game of the season, and pulled down 12 rebounds for his ninth double-double of the year. He also dished out three assists and had one block. In Saturdays 79-56 victory over the Sun Devils, he tallied 17 points, seven rebounds and three assists. For the weekend, the senior forward was 16-for-28 (57 percent) from the floor, including 14-for-20 (70 percent) from the free throw line. For the season, Pondexter ranks among the Pac-10 leaders in many statistical categories including third in scoring (20.6 ppg) and rebounding (8.3 rpg), fifth in free throw percentage (82 percent) and field goal percentage (55 percent) and eighth in steals (1.43 spg). This is the fourth weekly honor for Pondexter this season, fourth overall, and Washingtons 37th all-time Player of the Week.
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