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BOISE STATE Fri., Aug. 20 - Eugene, Ore., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record..................... Oregon leads 2-0-0

SMU Sun., Aug. 29 - Eugene, Ore., 1 p.m. (PT) Series Record........................... SMU leads 1-0-0

PACIFIC Sun., Sep. 5 - Eugene, Ore., 1:30 p.m. (PT) Series Record........................Pacific leads 2-1-0

KANSAS Sun., Sep. 12 - Las Vegas, Nev., 10:30 a.m. (PT) Series Record.................................First meeting

BUTLER Fri., Sep. 19 - Corvallis, Ore., 11 a.m. (PT) Series Record................................. First meeting

PORTLAND Sat., Oct. 1 - Portland, Ore., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record.................Portland leads 12-0-0

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OKLAHOMA STATE Fri., Aug. 27 - Eugene, Ore., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record.... Oklahoma State leads 1-0-0

UC DAVIS Fri., Sep. 3 - Eugene, Ore., 7:30 p.m. (PT) Series Record................................. First meeting

UNLV Fri., Sep. 10 - Las Vegas, Nev., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record................................. First meeting

SAN DIEGO STATE Fri., Sep. 17 - Corvallis, Ore., 4:30 p.m. (PT) Series Record..................................Tied at 0-0-1

SANTA CLARA Fri., Sep. 24 - Santa Clara, Calif., 7:30 p.m. (PT) Series Record.............. Santa Clara leads 1-0-0

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OREGON STATE Fri., Oct. 8 - Eugene, Ore., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record..................... Oregon leads 6-5-3

USC Sun., Oct. 17 - Eugene, Ore., 1 p.m. (PT) Series Record..........................USC leads 13-1-0

WASHINGTON STATE Sun., Oct. 24 - Pullman, Wash., 12 p.m. (PT) Series Record...... Washington St. leads 8-2-4

ARIZONA STATE Sun., Oct. 31 - Eugene, Ore., 12 p.m. (PT) Series Record......... Arizona State leads 7-5-2

STANFORD Sun., Nov. 7 - Stanford, Calif., 1 p.m. (PT) Series Record.................Stanford leads 12-0-1

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UCLA Fri., Oct. 15 - Eugene, Ore., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record.......................UCLA leads 11-2-0

WASHINGTON Fri., Oct. 22 - Seattle, Wash., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record..........Washington leads 11-2-0

ARIZONA Fri., Oct. 29 - Eugene, Ore., 7 p.m. (PT) Series Record..................... Oregon leads 8-3-2

CALIFORNIA Fri., Nov. 5 - Berkeley, Calif.., 3 p.m. (PT) Series Record........................... Cal leads 11-1-1

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1993.......................................................................................................................... Stanford 1994.................................................................................................................................None 1995.......................................................................................................................... Stanford 1996.......................................................................................................................... Stanford 1997................................................................................................................................ UCLA 1998.................................................................................................UCLA, USC, California 1999.......................................................................................................................... Stanford 2000................................................................................................................... Washington 2001................................................................................................................................ UCLA 2002.......................................................................................................................... Stanford 2003................................................................................................................................ UCLA 2004................................................................................................................................ UCLA 2005................................................................................................................................ UCLA 2006................................................................................................................................ UCLA 2007................................................................................................................................ UCLA 2008................................................................................................................................ UCLA 2009.......................................................................................................................... Stanford

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O P P O N E N T S E R I E S HI S T O R I E S VERSUS CONFERENCES

ALL-TIME SERIES HISTORIES (122-152-30, 15 years)

School Air Force ARIZONA ARIZONA STATE Auburn Baylor Boise State Butler BYU CALIFORNIA Cal State Fullerton Cal State Northridge Central Connecticut State Colgate Colorado Connecticut Davidson Dartmouth Denver Duke Eastern Washington Elon Florida International Florida State Fresno State Gonzaga Hawaii Idaho Iona Illinois State James Madison Kansas Long Beach State Louisiana State Loyola Marymount Montana Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina UNC Charlotte UNC Greensboro North Carolina State Oklahoma Oklahoma State OREGON STATE Pacific Pacific (Ore.) PORTLAND Portland State Purdue Rice Sacramento State Saint Mary’s San Diego San Diego State San Francisco San Francisco State San Jose State Santa Clara Seattle South Dakota State Southern Methodist STANFORD Tennessee Texas A&M UC Davis UC Irvine UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UCLA USC UNLV Utah Utah State Wake Forest WASHINGTON WASHINGTON STATE WEBER STATE Willamette Wisconsin-Green Bay Wyoming Xavier

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UO Record vs. Meetings 0-1-0 1997 8-3-2 1997-09 5-7-2 1996-09 1-0-0 1999 0-1-0 1997 2-0-0 2003, 07 0-0-0 2010 0-2-0 1996, 09 1-11-1 1997-09 0-1-0 2003 2-1-0 1996-97, 99 0-1-0 2004 0-0-1 2009 1-0-0 2009 0-1-0 2004 0-1-0 1999 1-0-0 2009 1-0-0 2009 0-1-0 2000 3-0-0 2001, 05-06 1-0-0 2005 1-0-0 1998 0-2-0 2000, 02 1-0-0 2009 4-1-2 1996, 01-02, 04-06 0-1-0 1998 3-0-1 1999-01, 06 1-0-0 2006 1-0-0 2007 1-1-0 1997, 00 0-0-0 2010 0-1-1 2006, 08 1-0-0 2005 1-2-0 2003, 06, 09 0-4-0 1996, 00-01, 07 3-1-0 2001, 05-07 1-0-0 2006 0-2-0 2000, 02 1-0-0 1999 1-1-0 1997-98 1-0-0 2005 2-0-0 1996, 08 0-1-0 2008 6-5-3 1996-09 1-2-0 1996, 02-03 1-0-0 1996 0-12-0 1998-09 7-3-1 1996-02, 04-09 0-2-0 2007-08 1-0-0 2003 1-1-0 1996, 03 1-1-0 1999, 08 1-2-0 1998, 00, 01 0-0-1 2004 2-0-1 1998, 99,03 1-0-0 1997 2-2-0 1996, 99-01 0-1-0 2000 1-0-0 2009 1-0-0 2005 0-1-0 2003 0-12-1 1997-09 1-0-0 1998 0-2-0 1997, 03 0-0-0 2010 0-1-0 1996 2-1-0 2006-08 0-1-0 2004 2-11-0 1997-09 1-13-0 1996-09 0-0-0 2010 1-4-1 1996-97, 02, 04, 07-08 2-0-0 2007-08 0-3-0 1998-99, 02 2-11-1 1996-09 2-8-4 1996-09 4-0-1 1997, 03-04, 08, 09 0-1-0 1996 1-0-0 2002 2-0-0 2004-05 0-1-0 2000

America East (1-0-0) New Hampshire ............................1-0-0

Metro Atlantic Athletic (1-0-0) Iona ...................................................1-0-0

Atlantic Coast (1-8-0) Duke...................................................0-1-0 Florida State....................................0-2-0 North Carolina................................0-2-0 North Caroilina State....................1-0-0 Wake Forest ....................................0-3-0

Missouri Valley (1-0-0) Illinois State.....................................1-0-0

Atlantic 10 (1-1-0) UNC Charlotte.................................1-0-0 Xavier.................................................0-1-0 Big East (0-1-0) Connecticut.....................................0-1-0 Big Sky (14-8-2) Eastern Washington.....................3-0-0 Montana ..........................................0-4-0 Portland State.................................7-3-1 Sacramento State..........................1-1-0 Weber State.....................................3-0-1 Big Ten (0-2-0) Purdue...............................................0-2-0 Big 12 (3-4-0) Baylor . ..............................................0-1-0 Colorado...........................................1-0-0 Oklahoma .......................................2-0-0 Oklahoma State.............................0-1-0 Texas A&M . .....................................0-2-0 Big West (5-8-1) UC Irvine...........................................0-1-0 UC Riverside....................................2-1-0 UC Santa Barbara...........................0-1-0 Cal State Fullerton.........................0-1-0 Cal State Northridge ...................2-1-0 Long Beach State...........................0-1-1 Pacific.................................................1-2-0 Colonial Athletic (1-1-0) James Madison .............................1-1-0 Conference USA (1-1-0) Rice.....................................................1-0-0 Southern Methodist.....................0-1-0 Horizon League (1-0-0) Wisconsin-Green Bay ..................1-0-0 Independents (2-0-0) South Dakota State.......................1-0-0 Seattle................................................1-0-0 Ivy (1-0-0) Dartmouth ......................................1-0-0

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Mountain West (3-7-2) Air Force............................................0-1-0 Brigham Young .............................0-2-0 San Diego State..............................0-0-1 Utah....................................................1-4-1 Wyoming..........................................2-0-0 Northeast (0-1-0) Central Connecticut State..........0-1-0 Pacific-10 (27-81-14) Arizona..............................................8-3-2 Arizona State...................................5-7-2 California....................................... 1-11-1 Oregon State . ................................6-5-3 Stanford......................................... 0-12-1 UCLA .............................................. 2-11-0 USC ................................................. 1-13-0 Washington ................................. 2-11-1 Washington State..........................2-8-4 Patriot (0-0-1) Colgate..............................................0-0-0 Southeastern (3-0-0) Auburn..............................................1-0-0 Louisiana State...............................1-0-0 Tennessee .......................................1-0-0 Southern (2-2-0) Davidson...........................................0-1-0 Elon.....................................................1-0-0 UNC Greensboro ..........................1-1-0 Sun Belt (2-0-0) Denver...............................................1-0-0 Florida International ...................1-0-0 West Coast (10-18-3) Gonzaga............................................5-1-2 Loyola Marymount.......................1-2-0 Portland ........................................ 0-12-0 Saint Mary’s.....................................1-1-0 San Diego.........................................1-2-0 San Francisco..................................2-0-1 Santa Clara.......................................0-1-0 Western Athletic (13-4-1) Boise State.......................................2-0-0 Fresno State.....................................1-0-0 Hawaii . .............................................0-1-0 Idaho..................................................3-0-1 Nevada..............................................3-1-0 San Jose State ................................2-2-0 Utah State........................................2-0-0


PAC - 1 0 C O N F E R E N C E PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE OFFICE 1350 Treat Boulevard, Suite 500 Walnut Creek, CA 94597 925-932-4411 • FAX 925-932-4601 www.pac-10.org The Pacific-10 Conference continues to uphold its tradition as the “Conference of Champions” ®, claiming an incredible 166 NCAA team titles over the past 19 years, including 11 in 2008-09, averaging nearly nine championships per academic year. Even more impressive has been the breadth of the Pac-10’s success, with championships coming in 26 different men’s and women’s sports. The Pac-10 has led the nation in NCAA Championships in 43 of the last 49 years and finished second five times. Spanning nearly a century of outstanding athletics achievements, the Pac-10 has captured 380 NCAA titles (261 men’s, 119 women’s), far outdistancing the runner-up Big Ten Conference’s 222 titles. The Conference’s reputation is further proven in the annual Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup competition, the prestigious award that honors the best overall collegiate athletics programs in the country. STANFORD won its 15th-consecutive Directors’ Cup in 2008-09, continuing its remarkable run. Eight of the top 25 Division I programs were Pac-10 member institutions: No. 1 STANFORD, No. 4 USC, No. 7 CALIFORNIA, No. 11 WASHINGTON, No. 12 ARIZONA STATE, No. 16 UCLA, No. 22 OREGON and No. 24 ARIZONA. The Pac-10 landed three programs in the top-10, one more than the second-place ACC, Big Ten and SEC (2). The Pac-10 captured a nation’s-best 11 NCAA titles in 2008-09. The total does not include a national title in men’s rowing, which WASHINGTON claimed by taking top honors at the IRA Championships Regatta. Men’s rowing is not a NCAA event. Seven of the 10 Conference institutions claimed NCAA team titles in 2008-09. NCAA team champions came from ARIZONA STATE (women’s golf ), CALIFORNIA (women’s swimming), OREGON (men’s cross country, men’s indoor track & field), UCLA (women’s water polo), STANFORD (men’s gymnastics, women’s rowing), USC (men’s tennis, men’s water polo) and WASHINGTON (women’s cross country, softball). The Pac-10 also had runners-up in nine NCAA Championship events: women’s cross country (OREGON), women’s volleyball (STANFORD), women’s water polo (USC), men’s volleyball (USC), women’s tennis (CALIFORNIA), women’s golf (UCLA), women’s rowing (CALIFORNIA), men’s and women’s outdoor track & field (OREGON). The Pac-10 also earned a runner-up finish at the IRA men’s rowing championship (CALIFORNIA). Overall, the conference had 26 teams finish in the top four at NCAA Championship events. Participation in the postseason was a common occurrence for the Pac-10 in 2008-09. Of the 22 sports sponsored by the Conference, 18 witnessed at least half its teams participating in NCAA or other postseason action. The men sent 63 of a possible 93 teams into the postseason (67.7 percent), while the women sent 65 of a possible 101 teams (64.4 percent). The Pac-10 experienced continued success in football as the league went a perfect 5-0 in bowl games, the most bowl victories for the Conference since 1997 and its first undefeated mark since 1989. The Pac-10 faced tough competition in the Bowl season, as four of the five opponents were ranked in the top 20. USC claimed its 15th Pac-10 title in the sport, posting an 8-1 league record. The Trojans capped their season with a 3824 victory over Penn State in the Rose Bowl. Meanwhile, ARIZONA (def. BYU), OREGON (def. Oklahoma State), CALIFORNIA (def. Miami [Fla.]) and OREGON STATE (def. Pittsburgh) also earned bowl victories. USC, OREGON and OREGON STATE were ranked in the top-25 of the Associated Press’ poll at season’s end, finishing third, 10th and 18th, respectively.

A Pac-10 record-tying six teams competed in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and three others competed in other postseason events with OREGON STATE capturing the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) crown. ARIZONA also advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet Sixteen. On the women’s side, three teams competed in the NCAA Tournament, posting a 9-3 record in the “Big Dance,” as each advanced to the Sweet Sixteen making it the first time since 1992 three Conference teams advanced that far. Two of the teams went on to the Elite Eight and STANFORD made its second-straight NCAA Final Four appearance. USC played spoiler at the Pacific Life Pac-10 Men’s Basketball Tournament, winning the Conference crown, while the Cardinal claimed its third-straight State Farm Pac-10 Women’s Basketball title. Without question, the Conference has dominated the softball field, winning 21 national championships in the sport since 1982. WASHINGTON held up the 2009 NCAA trophy, the program’s first national title in the sport. The Huskies defeated top-seeded Florida sweeping the first two games of the best-of-three series. Boasting a 16-5 record, UCLA captured the Pac-10 regular-season title, while six teams earned NCAA bids. ARIZONA and ARIZONA STATE joined WASHINGTON at the Division I Women’s College World Series. In baseball, ARIZONA STATE won the league title with a 21-6 record and led the charge in the NCAA Tournament, advancing to the College World Series championship series in Omaha, Neb., but fell short of capturing the national title. OREGON STATE and WASHINGTON STATE rounded out the Pac-10’s NCAA Tournament selections for baseball. The Conference swept three men’s and women’s sports, capturing national championships in cross country, water polo and rowing. OREGON claimed the men’s cross country title for the second-straight year and WASHINGTON won its first women’s title in the sport. The L.A. counterparts took home the hardware for both men’s and women’s water polo. The USC men capped off a perfect season with their fourth NCAA title, while the UCLA women won their fifth-straight crown. STANFORD also claimed its first national title in women’s rowing, winning gold at the NCAA championships, while WASHINGTON reclaimed its IRA men’s rowing title from 2007. On the men’s side, Pac-10 members have won 261 NCAA team championships, far ahead of the 200 claimed by the runner-up Big Ten. Men’s NCAA crowns have come at a phenomenal rate for the Pac-10 - 15 basketball titles by five schools (more than any other conference), 50 tennis titles, 44 outdoor track & field crowns, and 26 baseball titles. Pac-10 members have won 24 of the last 40 NCAA titles in volleyball, 35 of the last 50 in water polo, and 21 in swimming & diving national championships. Individually, the Conference has produced an impressive number of NCAA men’s individual champions, as well, boasting 1,169 individual crowns.

ALL-TIME NCAA TITLES WON BY PAC-10 SCHOOLS Men 1. USC....................................74 2. UCLA.................................71 3. Stanford...........................59 4. California.........................24 5. Oregon.............................13 Arizona State.................11 7. Arizona.............................. 7 8. Oregon State................... 3 9. Washington State.......... 2

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Women 1. Stanford .........................37 2. UCLA.................................33 3. USC....................................13 4. Arizona............................11 5. Arizona State.................10 6. Washington...................... 5 7. Oregon............................... 3 California........................... 3

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PAC - 1 0 C O N F E R E N C E On the women’s side, the story is much the same. Since the NCAA began conducting women’s championships 28 years ago, Pac-10 members have claimed at least four national titles in a single season on 20 occasions, including 2008-09. Overall, the Pac-10 has captured 119 NCAA women’s titles, easily outdistancing the SEC, which is second with 74. Pac-10 members have dominated a number of sports, winning 21 softball titles, 18 tennis crowns, 13 of the last 19 volleyball titles, 13 of the last 20 trophies in golf and 11 in swimming & diving.

In 1959, the PCC was dissolved and the Athletic Associates of Western Universities was formed and Thomas J. Hamilton was appointed Commissioner of the new league. The original AAWU membership included California, Stanford, Southern California, UCLA and Washington. Washington State joined the membership in 1962, while Oregon and Oregon State joined in 1964. Under Hamilton’s watch, the name Pacific-8 Conference was adopted in 1968. In 1971, Wiles Hallock took over as Commissioner of the Pac-8.

Pac-10 women athletes shine nationally on an individual basis, as well, having captured an unmatched 525 NCAA individual crowns, an average of more than 18 championships per season.

Ten years later, on July 1, 1978, the University of Arizona and Arizona State University were admitted to the league and the Pacific-10 Conference became a reality. In 1986-87, the league took on a new look, expanding to include 10 women’s sports. Thomas C. Hansen was named the Commissioner of the Pac-10 in 1983, a role he would hold for 26 years until 2009. Hansen was succeeded by current Commissioner Larry Scott, who took on the new role in July 2009.

PAC-10 CONFERENCE HISTORY The roots of the Pacific-10 Conference date back over 90 years to December 2, 1915, when the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) was founded at a meeting at the Oregon Hotel in Portland, Ore. The original membership consisted of four schools - the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Washington, the University of Oregon, and Oregon State College (now Oregon State University). All still are charter members of the Conference. Pacific Coast Conference play began in 1916 and, one year later, Washington State College (now Washington State University) was accepted into the league, with Stanford University following in 1918. In 1922, the PCC expanded to eight teams with the admission of the University of Southern California (USC) and the University of Idaho. In 1924, the University of Montana joined the league roster, and in 1928, the PCC grew to 10 members with the addition of UCLA. The Pacific Coast Conference competed as a 10-member league until 1950, with the exception of 1943-45 when World War II curtailed intercollegiate athletic competition to a minimum. During that time, the league’s first commissioner was named. Edwin N. Atherton was Commissioner in 1940 and was succeeded by Victor O. Schmidt in 1944. In 1950, Montana resigned from the Conference and joined the Mountain States Conference. The PCC continued as a nine-team Conference through 1958.

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Currently, the Pac-10 sponsors 11 men’s sports and 11 women’s sports. Additionally, the Conference is a member of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) in four other men’s sports and three women’s sports. The Pacific-10 Conference offices are located 25 miles east of San Francisco in Walnut Creek, Calif. CONFERENCE COMMISSIONERS TIMELINE Edwin N. Atherton was named the Conference’s first Commissioner in 1940, preceding over the Pacific Coast Conference (PCC). He was succeeded by Victor O. Schmidt in 1944, who handed over the reigns of the Athletic Association of Western Universities to Thomas J. Hamilton in 1959 when the AAWU was formed and for the first three years of the Pacific-8. Wiles Hallock was selected Commissioner of the Pacific-8 in 1971 and saw the league expand into the Pacific-10 in 1978 and held that role until the early 1980s. Thomas C. Hansen was selected the Commissioner of the Pac-10 in 1983 and remained in that position for 26 years before retiring. Current Commissioner Larry Scott succeeded Hansen in July 2009.

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