PAC-12 CONFERENCE

The Conference of Champions

Known as the “Conference of Champions,” the 488 NCAA team championships won by Pac-12 schools outdistance the nearest conference by almost 200. Since the 1999-2000 academic year, Pac-12 schools have claimed an incredible 140 NCAA team titles—an average of nearly nine a year.

For the 10th-consecutive year, the Pac-12 won, or tied for, the most NCAA team titles of any conference in 2014-15 with nine. In addition, the Pac-12 has led or tied for first in the nation in NCAA Championships in 49 of the last 55 years. No other conference has won double-digit NCAA titles in a single year—something the Pac-12 has done seven times.

Individuals from Pac-12 schools have also dominated at the NCAA Championships, winning 2,208 national titles, including two Utah NCAA Champions in 2015 (gymnast Georgia Dabritz on the uneven bars and skier Veronika Mayerhofer in the 5-km freestyle).

The Pac-12’s roots date back to 1915 when four schools banded together to form the Pacific Coast Conference. The teams and names would change over the years, and in 1978, Arizona, Arizona State, California, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington and Washington State united as members of the Pac-10 Conference. The conference ushered in a new era on July 1, 2011, officially becoming the Pac-12 Conference with the addition of Utah and Colorado.

NCAA Team Titles By Conference

Pac-12

488

Big Ten
305
SEC
217
Big 12
170
ACC
146
Ivy
96
American Athletic
48
Conference USA
41
Summit
34
West Coast
32

Pac-12 Gymnastics NCAA Championships History

NCAA Appearances
NCAA Championships
NCAA Individual Titles
All-Americans
Utah
35
9*
25
351
UCLA
32
6
35
293
Oregon St.
24
6
99
Arizona St.
19
10
73
Stanford
16
3
105
Arizona
10
2
36
Washington
5
2
21
California
2
5
Total 140 15 83 983

*Utah has won 10 total national titles, including the 1981 AIAW Championship
+Does not include regular season All-Americans

Where the Fans Are

2016 Average Home Attendance

Utah  14,928
UCLA  6,010
Oregon State 2,913
Arizona 2,619
Arizona State 1,777
Washington 1,645
Stanford 958
California 286

Utah vs. the Pac-12

Arizona 59-0-0
Arizona State 71-16-1
California 17-1-0
Oregon State 65-9-1
Stanford 28-6-0
UCLA 51-28-1
Washington 52-0-2
Total 343-60-5