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How Utah women’s basketball has measured up in the Pac-12 since joining the league

How has Utah fared since joining the Pac-12?

University of Utah women’s basketball coach Lynne Roberts and the Utes are reflected in the hardwood floor during a practice in the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019.
University of Utah women’s basketball coach Lynne Roberts and the Utes are reflected in the hardwood floor during a practice in the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019.
Steve Griffin, Deseret News

Editor’s note: Third in an occasional series on how Utes teams have fared since joining the Pac-12 in 2011.

SALT LAKE CITY — More trivia commemorating Utah’s 10th year in the Pac-12. This edition of 10 for 10 features women’s basketball. It encompasses the conference history dating back to 2011 when Utah and Colorado were added to the league. Previous lists, available on deseret.com, include football and men’s basketball.

Edition 3: Women’s basketball

ALL-AMERICANS

1. Stanford — 5

2. Washington — 3

3. Oregon — 2

4. California, Oregon State — 1

6. Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington State — 0

ALL-CONFERENCE

1. Stanford — 22

2. UCLA — 17

3. Oregon — 16

4. Oregon State — 15

5. Washington — 13

6. California — 12

7. Arizona State — 10

8. USC — 9

9. Utah, Washington State — 6

11. Arizona — 5

12. Colorado — 4

20190126 Utah Utes forward Megan Huff (5) collides with California Golden Bears forward/center Kristine Anigwe (31) while dribbling with the ball at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.
Utah Utes forward Megan Huff (5) collides with California Golden Bears forward/center Kristine Anigwe (31) while dribbling with the ball at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.
Silas Walker, Deseret News

AP RANKINGS TOP 25 FINISHES

1. Stanford — 9

2. Oregon State, UCLA — 6

4. Arizona State — 4

5. California, Oregon — 3

7. Arizona, Colorado, USC, Washington — 1

11. Utah, Washington State — 0

CONFERENCE WINS

1. Stanford — 137

2. Oregon State — 112

3. UCLA — 105

4. Arizona State — 96

5. California — 89

6. Oregon — 87

7. Washington — 74

8. USC — 72

9. Utah — 59

10. Colorado — 50

11. Washington State — 49

12. Arizona — 40

FEWEST HEAD COACHES (includes interim hires)

1. Oregon State (Scott Rueck), Stanford (Tara Van Derveer) — 1

3. Arizona (Niya Butts, Adia Barnes), Arizona State (Joseph Anders, Charli Turner Thorne), Colorado (Linda Lappe, JR Payne), Oregon (Paul Westhead, Kelly Graves), UCLA (Cori Close, Nikki Caldwell), Utah (Anthony Levrets, Lynne Roberts), Washington State (June Dougherty, Kamie Ethridge) — 2.

10. California (Joanne Boyle, Lindsay Gottlieb, Charmin Smith), USC (Michael Cooper, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Mark Trakh), Washington (Kevin McGruff, Mike Neighbors, Jody Wynn) — 3

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES

1. Stanford — 8

2. California — 7

3. Arizona State, Oregon State — 6

5. UCLA — 5

6. Oregon, Washington — 3

8. Colorado, USC — 1

10. Arizona, Utah, Washington State — 0

NCAA TOURNAMENT VICTORIES

1. Stanford — 24

2. Oregon State — 13

3. Oregon, UCLA — 10

5. California — 9

6. Arizona State — 8

7. Washington — 6

8. Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Utah, Washington State — 0

PAC-12 TOURNAMENT TITLES

1. Stanford — 5

2. Oregon — 2

3. Oregon State, USC — 1

5. Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado, UCLA, Utah, Washington, Washington State — 0 .

WINNING OVERALL RECORDS

1. Stanford — 9

2. Arizona State, Oregon State — 8

4. California, UCLA, USC, Washington — 6

8. Oregon, Utah — 5

10. Colorado — 4

11. Arizona, Washington State — 2

WNBA DRAFT PICKS

1. California, Oregon, Stanford — 6

4. Oregon State, UCLA — 5

6. USC — 4

7. Utah, Washington — 2

9. Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Washington State — 1