The Pac-12 just keeps winning. Here's a look at a remarkable 2017-18 season.
Pac-12 leads the nation for 13th straight year
Oregon State won its third College World Series title in program history on June 28, giving the Pac-12 the most championships among NCAA Division I schools for the 13th consecutive academic year.
Six different schools accounted for the conference's 12 national titles. Stanford led the way with four, while UCLA (3) and USC (2) both brought in multiple championships. Arizona, California and Oregon State each added one.
No other conference combined for more than five. The ACC and SEC were next in line with five each, just ahead of the Big 12's three.
The Pac-12 has finished with the most NCAA championships in 52 of the last 58 seasons, while finishing second five times.
Here's a look back at the conference's continued dominance in 2017-18.
Stats and videos gathered from Pac-12 archives.
Stanford women's soccer
Season record: 24-1 (11-0 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: The Cardinal won 22 straight contests after an early hiccup at No. 8 Florida, finishing a perfect 15-0 at home.
Championship: Dec. 3, 2017, vs. UCLA, 3-2
UCLA men's water polo
Season record: 21-4 (1-2 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: The Bruins lost 17 players combined following the previous two seasons.
Championship: Dec. 3, 2017, vs. USC, 7-5
Stanford men's soccer
Season record: 19-2-2 (9-0-1 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: Stanford has won at least one NCAA team title in 42 consecutive seasons, putting it atop the all-time leaderboard in the Pac-12 with 115 championships (a spot it would lose to UCLA and then regain in 2018).
Championship: Dec. 10, 2017, vs. Indiana, 1-0 (2OT)
Stanford women's swimming and diving
Season record: 8-0 (7-0 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: The Cardinal became just the third team to sweep all five NCAA relays (Georgia, 2005; Arizona, 2008).
Championship (44 schools), March 17, 2018:
- Stanford, 593 points
- California, 373
- Texas A&M, 299
Season average: 197.554 (third, first Pac-12)
Stat of the year: Sixth-year senior Christine Peng-Peng Lee needed to score at least 9.975 on the beam — the night's final routine — to solidify UCLA's first title since 2010. She scored a 9.9875 to top Oklahoma by .0375.
Championship (super six), April 21, 2018:
- UCLA, 198.0750
- Oklahoma, 198.0375
- Florida, 197.8500
- LSU, 197.8375
- Utah, 196.9000
- Nebraska, 196.8000
UCLA beach volleyball
Season record: 40-4 (3-0 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: The Bruins won four matches in two days to give the school its 116th overall NCAA championship.
Championship: May 6, 2018, vs. Florida State, 3-1
USC women's water polo
Season record: 26-1 (5-0 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: The win gave head coach Jovan Vavic his 15th national championship at USC, six with the women and nine with the men.
Championship: May 13, 2018, vs. Stanford, 5-4
Stanford women's tennis
Season record: 24-3 (9-0 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: The Cardinal has won 20 of its last 23 NCAA Tournament matches when entering as the lower-seeded team.
Championship: May 22, 2018, vs. Vanderbilt, 4-3
Arizona women's golf
Season rating: 72.02 (T-14, fifth Pac-12)
Stat of the year: All five Wildcats won at least one match over the last two days of match play en route to the program's first national title in 18 years.
Championship: May 23, 2018, vs. Alabama, 3-2-0
More on Arizona's championship performance here.
Cal women's rowing
Season points: 492 (first)
Stat of the year: The Golden Bears finished in the top three at the NCAA championships for the 11th consecutive season.
Championship (22 schools), May 26, 2018:
- Cal, 130 points
- Washington, 128
- Texas, 115
USC women's track and field
Season points: 324.50 (first)
Stat of the year: USC's triumph was the first time in NCAA history that the top three teams finished within two points each other.
Championship (67 schools), June 9, 2018:
- USC, 53 points
- Georgia, 52
- Stanford, 51
Oregon State baseball
Season record: 55-12-1 (20-9-1 Pac-12)
Stat of the year: Kevin Abel's complete-game shutout in Game 3 of the College World Series final was his fourth win in Omaha, a CWS record.
Championship, June 26-28, 2018, vs. Arkansas
- Game 1: L, 1-4
- Game 2: W, 5-3
- Game 3: W, 5-0