Editor’s note: Second in an occasional series on how Utes teams have fared since joining the Pac-12.

SALT LAKE CITY — Eager for more Pac-12 trivia regarding the Utah Utes? Now it’s time for some 10 for 10 on men’s basketball. Results date back to when the conference expanded with the addition of Utah and Colorado in 2011.  

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Edition 2: Men’s basketball

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM

1. Arizona — 14

2. UCLA — 10

3. Colorado, Stanford, Washington — 9

6. California, Oregon — 7

8. Oregon State, Utah — 6

10. Arizona State, USC — 5

12. Washington State — 3

AP RANKINGS TOP 25 FINISHES

1. Arizona — 7

2. Oregon — 5

3. UCLA — 3

4. Utah — 2

5. California — 1

6. Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon State, Stanford, USC, Washington, Washington State — 0

The Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City is photographed on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

ARENAS BY CAPACITY

1. Huntsman Center (Utah)— 15,000

2. McKale Center (Arizona) — 14,655

3. Pauley Pavilion (UCLA) — 13,800

4. Matthew Knight Arena (Oregon) — 12,346

5. Haas Pavilion (California) — 11,877

6. Beasley Coliseum (Washington State) — 11,671

7. CU Events Center (Colorado) — 11,064

8. Desert Financial Arena (Arizona State) — 10,754

9. Galen Center (USC) — 10,258

10. Alaska Airlines Arena (Washington) — 10,000

11. Gill Coliseum (Oregon State) — 9,604

12. Maples Pavilion (Stanford) — 7,233

CONFERENCE WINS

1. Arizona — 115

2. Oregon — 111

3. UCLA — 103

4. Colorado — 85

5. Utah — 83

6. Stanford — 80

7. Washington — 78

8. Arizona State — 77

9. California — 76

10. USC — 65

11. Oregon State — 61

12. Washington State — 42

FEWEST HEAD COACHES (includes interim hires)

1. Arizona (Sean Miller), Colorado (Tad Boyle), Oregon (Dana Altman), Utah (Larry Krystkowiak) — 1

5. Arizona State (Herb Sendek, Bobby Hurley), Stanford (Johnny Dawkins, Jerod Haase), Oregon State (Craig Robinson, Wayne Tinkle), Washington (Lorenzo Romar, Mike Hopkins) — 2

9. USC (Kevin O’Neill, Bob Cantu, Andy Enfield), Washington State (Ken Bone, Ernie Kent, Kyle Smith) — 3

11. California (Mike Montgomery, Cuonzo Martin, Wyking Jones, Mark Fox), UCLA (Ben Howland, Steve Alford, Murry Bartow, Mick Cronin) — 4

NBA DRAFT PICKS

1. UCLA — 13

2. Arizona — 9

3. Washington — 8

4. Oregon — 7

5. California — 5

6. Colorado, Stanford — 4

8. USC, Utah — 3

10. Arizona State, Oregon State — 1

12. Washington State — 0 

Utah Utes guard Delon Wright (55) gets past Georgetown Hoyas forward Isaac Copeland (11) as Utah and Georgetown play Saturday, March 21, 2015, in the third round of the NCAA tournament in Portland, Oregon, at the Moda Center. | Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

1. Arizona, Oregon — 6

3. UCLA — 5

4. Colorado — 4

5. Arizona State, California — 3

7. USC, Utah — 2

9. Oregon State, Stanford, Washington — 1

12. Washington State — 0

NCAA TOURNAMENT VICTORIES

1. Oregon — 13

2. Arizona — 10

3. UCLA — 6

4. Utah — 3

5. Stanford, USC — 2

7. Arizona State, California, Colorado, Washington — 1

11. Oregon State, Washington State — 0

PAC-12 TOURNAMENT TITLES

1. Arizona, Oregon — 3

3. Colorado, UCLA — 1

5. Arizona State, California, Oregon State, Stanford, USC, Utah, Washington, Washington State — 0                                               

WINNING OVERALL RECORDS

1. Arizona, Oregon— 9

3. Colorado, UCLA — 8

5. Utah, Washington — 7

7. Arizona State, California, Stanford — 6

9. Oregon State — 5

10. USC — 4

11. Washington State — 1