Pac-12 women's Tournament bracket if the season ended today

Where would Oregon and the rest of the conference sit if they were heading into the Pac-12 Tournament instead of four more weeks of regular season games?
Oregon's Grace VanSlooten tries for a 3-pointer during the second half against Oregon State.
Oregon's Grace VanSlooten tries for a 3-pointer during the second half against Oregon State. / Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard / USA

Currently on a five-game losing streak, the Oregon Ducks are sitting at the bottom of the conference, alongside Arizona State.

The two teams are currently 2-8 in Pac-12 games while the best of the conference (Stanford and Colorado) are at 9-2 in conference play.

The Pac-12 women’s basketball conference is phenomenal. Arguably the best in the country. With half of the teams in the top 25, the West Coast makes up nearly a quarter of the best programs in the country this season.

With 12 teams in the conference, the bracket structure includes byes in the first round for the top four teams.

So, the No. 5 through No. 12 teams play each other in the opening four games of the tournament.

Teams 1-4 then jump into the swing of things during the quarterfinal round against the four teams that walked away from their first games unscathed.

Downloadable Bracket

Here is how the Pac-12 Women’s Tournament bracket would look if the tournament started today instead of in a few weeks:

Round 1 – Wednesday, March 6

No. 8 seed vs. No. 9 seed

  • Arizona vs. Washington

No. 5 seed vs. No. 12 seed

  • UCLA vs. Arizona State

No. 7 seed vs. No. 10 seed

  • Washington State vs. Cal

No. 6 seed vs. No. 11 seed

  • USC vs. Oregon


  • No. 1 Stanford, No. 2 Colorado, No. 3 Oregon State, No. 4 Utah

Round 2 (Quarterfinals) – Thursday, March 7

No. 1 seed vs. winner of No. 8/No. 9

  • Stanford vs. Arizona.Washington

No. 4 seed vs. winner of No. 5/No. 12

  • Utah vs. UCLA/Arizona State

No. 2 seed vs. winner of No. 7/No. 10

  • Colorado vs. Washington State/Cal

No. 3 seed vs. winner of No. 6/No. 11

  • Oregon State vs. USC/Oregon

How to watch the 2024 Pac-12 Tournament

  • Dates: March 6-10
  • Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV
  • TV/Streaming: Pac-12 Network