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The Oregon women’s team won the Pac-12 League Championship, and last night in Seattle, the Lady Ducks backed that up by claiming the League Tournament Championship beating Stanford by twenty, 77-57.

Oregon wins its first ever Tournament Title after Stanford had won 12 of the last 16 League titles .Oregon heads to the NCAA Tournament 30-and-4 overall. Oregon will know its fate when the Tourney field is announced one week from today.

Meantime, Oregon State was knocked out in the Tournament quarterfinals by Arizona State Friday night losing, 57-51. The Beavers may still get an invite to the big dance.

The Pac-12 men’s regular season ended over the weekend and The Ducks finish 6th.  Oregon, 20-and-11 overall, faces Washington State in Vegas at the new T-Mobile arena Wednesday night at 8:30.

Oregon State is on the same side of the bracket and takes on Washington, before the Ducks game.  Arizona won the League crown and gets a
first-round bye along with USC, Utah, and UCLA. The Championship is Saturday night.

The Westcoast Conference Tournament showcases its semifinals of its Tournament, also in Las Vegas, and 7th ranked Gonzaga meets San Francisco tonight at 6 on ESPN, followed by St. Mary’s battling BYU on ESPN1.

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