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1997-98 Pac-10 Conference Stats & Honors

1997-98 Final Pac-10 Standings

                 Conference Games            All Games
                 W   L   Pct.  GB  Hm.  Rd.  W   L   Pct. Hm    Rd.   Neu.
1. Arizona       17  1  .944   -   9-0  8-1  30  5  .857  15-0  10-2  5-3
2. Stanford      15  3  .833   2   7-2  8-1  30  5  .857  11-2  10-2  9-1
3. UCLA          12  6  .667   5   7-2  5-4  24  9  .727  13-2  7-5   4-2
4. Washington    11  7  .611   6   7-2  4-5  20  10 .667  12-2  6-7   2-1
5. Arizona State 8   10 .444   9   5-4  3-6  18  14 .563  14-4  4-7   0-3
5. Oregon        8   10 .444   9   6-3  2-7  13  14 .481  10-5  3-9   0-0
5. California    8   10 .444   9   5-4  3-6  12  15 .444  9-5   3-10  0-0
8. USC           5   13 .278   12  5-4  0-9  9   19 .321  6-6   3-13  0-0
9. Oregon State  3   15 .167   14  1-8  2-7  13  17 .433  7-8   4-8   2-1
9. Washington St 3   15 .167   14  2-7  1-8  10  19 .345  5-6   3-9   2-4

Final Individual Statistics - All Games

Scoring
                                 G    FG   3p-FG  FT   PTS  AVG
   1.   Jeremy Veal, ASU         32   244   56    122  666  20.8
   2.   Corey Benjamin, OSU      25   185   29    97   496  19.8
   3.   J.R. Henderson, UCLA     33   228   4     166  626  19.0
   4.   Todd MacCulloch, WASH    30   225   0     107  557  18.6
   5.   Kris Johnson, UCLA       29   188   47    110  533  18.4
   6.   Michael Dickerson, ARIZ  35   241   57    91   630  18.0
   7.   Toby Bailey, UCLA        33   206   47    132  591  17.9
   7.   Geno Carlisle, CAL       22   129   51    85   394  17.9
   9.   Mike Bibby, ARIZ         35   209   77    108  603  17.2
   9.   Miles Simon, ARIZ        35   201   57    144  603  17.2
   
Rebounding
                                G    OFF  DEF   TOT   AVG
   1.   Carlos Daniel, WSU      28   78   204   282   10.1
   2.   Todd MacCulloch, WSU    30   94   198   292   9.7
   3.   Mark Madsen, STAN       27   92   128   220   8.2
   4.   Tim Young, STAN         35   88   196   284   8.1
   5.   J.R. Henderson, UCLA    33   87   172   259   7.8
   6.   Bobby Lazor, ASU        32   80   171   251   7.8
   7.   Mike Batiste, ASU       32   75   173   248   7.8
   8.   Sean Marks, CAL         26   64   133   197   7.6
   9.   A.J. Bramlett, ARIZ     35   100  159   259   7.4
  10.   Bennett Davison, ARIZ   35   93   140   233   6.7

Field Goal Pct. (min. 4 made PG)
                                   G    FG-FGA     PCT
   1.   Todd MacCulloch, WASH      30   225-346   .650
   2.   Mark Madsen, STAN          27   116-197   .589
   3.   Bobby Lazor, ASU           32   196-351   .558
   4.   Mike Batiste, ASU          32   199-358   .556
   5.   Corey Benjamin, OSU        25   185-343   .539
   6.   J.R. Henderson, UCLA       33   228-425   .536
   7.   Baron Davis, UCLA          32   137-259   .529
   8   .Kris Johnson, UCLA         29   188-362   .519
   9.   A.J. Bramlett, ARIZ        35   143-278   .514
  10.   Tim Young, STAN            35   148-288   .514
   
3-Pt Field Goal Pct. (min. 1 made PG)
                                   G    FG-FGA   PCT
   1.   Ryan Mendez, STAN          34   45-95   .474
   2.   Arthur Lee, STAN           35   62-140  .443
   3.   David Moseley, STAN        35   43-102  .422
   4.   Jeremy Veal, ASU           32   56-133  .421
   5.   Adam Spanich, USC          28   73-174  .420
   6.   Henry Madden, ORE          27   31-74   .419
   7.   Peter Sauer, STAN          35   42-101  .416
   8.   Kris Johnson, UCLA         29   47-115  .409
   9.   Deaundra Tanner, OSU       30   37-91   .407
  10.   Michael Dickerson, ARIZ    35   57-141  .404
  
Free Throw Pct.  (min. 2 made PG)
                            G    FG-FGA     PCT
   1.   Arthur Lee, STAN    35   164-185   .886
   2.   Ahlon Lewis, ASU    32   64-75     .853
   3.   Kris Johnson, UCLA  29   110-132   .833
   4.   Adam Spanich, USC   28   58-70     .829
   5.   Kris Weems, STAN    35   71-86     .826
   6.   A.D. Smith, ORE     27   70-86     .814
   7.   Terik Brown, ORE    27   68-86     .791
   8.   Jeremy Veal, ASU    32   122-155   .787
   9.   Miles Simon, ARIZ   35   144-185   .778
  10.   Bobby Lazor, ASU    32   129-166   .777
  
Assists
                              G    AST   AVG
   1.   Ahlon Lewis, ASU      32   294   9.19
   2.   Mike Bibby, ARIZ      35   199   5.69
   3.   Baron Davis, UCLA     32   161   5.03
   4.   Miles Simon, ARIZ     35   163   4.66
   5.   Arthur Lee, STAN      35   161   4.60
   6.   Jason Terry, ARIZ     35   149   4.26
   7.   Blake Pengelly, WSU   29   119   4.10
   8.   Toby Bailey, UCLA     33   135   4.09
   9.   Gary Johnson, USC     27   100   3.70
  10.   Kevin Augustine, USC  26    96   3.69
  
Blocked Shots
                                  G    BS   AVG
   1.   Mike Batiste, ASU         32   51   1.59
   2.   Shannon Swillis, USC      27   41   1.52
   3.   Patrick Femerling, WASH   26   34   1.31
   4.   Todd MacCulloch, WASH     30   38   1.27
   5.   Bobby Lazor, ASU          32   39   1.22
   6.   Carlos Daniel, ASU        28   33   1.18
   7.   Tim Young, STAN           35   41   1.17
   8.   A.J. Bramlett, ARIZ       35   36   1.03
   9.   Todd Marshall, OSU        21   20   0.95
  10.   Francisco Elson, CAL      27   25   0.93
  
Steals
                                 G    ST   AVG
   1.   Baron Davis, UCLA        32   77   2.41
   2.   Mike Bibby, UCLA         35   84   2.40
   3.   Thomas Kilgore, CAL      21   45   2.14
   4.   Gary Johnson, USC        27   57   2.11
   5.   Eddie House, ASU         32   64   2.00
   6.   Earl Watson, UCLA        33   64   1.94
   7.   Corey Benjamin, OSU      25   48   1.92
   8.   Jason Terry, ARIZ        35   61   1.74
   9.   Ahlo Lewis, ASU          32   55   1.72
  10.   Deaundra Tanner, OSU     30   49   1.63

All Pac-10 Basketball Team

Kris Weems, Stanford
Tim Young, Stanford
Toby Bailey, UCLA
Mike Bibby, Arizona
Carlos Daniel, Washington State
Michael Dickerson, Arizona
J.R. Henderson, UCLA
Todd MacCulloch, Washington
Miles Simon, Arizona
Jeremy Veal, Arizona State

Player of the Year
Mike Bibby, Arizona
Coach of the Year
Lute Olson, Arizona
Freshman of the Year
Baron Davis, UCLA

All Pac-10 Freshman Basketball Team
Jarron Collins, Stanford
Baron Davis, UCLA
Sean Lampley, California
Deaundra Tanner, OSU
Earl Watson, UCLA

All Academic Team

First Team
Carlos Daniel, Washington State, 3.51 gpa, History
Bobby Lazor, ASU, 3.61 gpa, Business Marketing
Todd MacCulloch, Wash., 3.13 gpa, Speech & Hearing Science
A.D. Smith, Ore., 3.50 gpa, Business Administration
Chris Thompson, Wash., Senior, 3.42 gpa, History

Second Team
Mark Madsen, Stanford, Sophomore, 3.20 gpa, Undeclared
Kamba Tshinoyi, Stanford, Senior, 3.12 gpa, Human Biology
Will Hutchens, WSU, Junior, 3.77 gpa, Crops/Soil Science
Leil Nelson, WSU, Junior, 3.81 gpa, Psychology
Blake Pengelly, WSU, Sophomore, 3.67 gpa, Undeclared

The Pacific-10 Conference

The Pacific-10 Conference continued to live up to its billing as the "Conference of Champions" in 1997-98. The league led the nation in NCAA team championships for the second consecutive year with eleven in 1997-98 and also laid claim to 45 individual titles. Six different Pac-10 members won at least one NCAA championship, with Stanford leading the nation with five (men's cross country, women's volleyball, men's swimming, women's swimming, men's tennis).

Conference members have now claimed an incredible 25 NCAA team crowns the past two seasons and 41 over the past four for an average of just over ten per academic year. The Pac-10 has led the nation in NCAA team championships 34 of the last 38 years and finished second in the other four seasons. The eleven championships in 1997-98 increased the Pac-10's all-time total to 293, far outdistancing the national runner-up Big Ten's 162 titles.

Pac-10 members have now won 232 NCAA men's team championships (far ahead of the 151 claimed by the runner-up Big Ten) and 61 women's crowns (far ahead of the Southeastern Conference, which is second with 41.

Pac-10/NCAA Tournament Facts

  • Fifteen National titles (by five different schools, including Stanford in 1942).
  • Two National titles in the last four years (UCLA in 1995, Arizona in 1997).
  • Five different Pac-10 teams have been to the Sweet 16 the last two years.
  • Four Pac-10 schools have participated in each of the last two Sweet 16 rounds, including Stanford in 1997 and 1998.
  • Three different Pac-10 schools have reached the Final Four in four of the last five years (Arizona in 1994, UCLA in 1995, Arizona in 1997, Stanford in 1998).

Pac-10 All-Americans

  • Fifteen conference players have earned All-America honors in the 1990's.
  • Since 1990, three Pac-10 players have been tabbed National Player of the Year.
  • Following two of the last three seasons, a Pac-10 freshmen was honored as National Freshman of the Year.

Pac-10 & the NBA

  • The Pac-10 had more players selected (8) in the 1998 NBA draft than any other conference.
  • A total of 25 Pac-10 players have been selected over the past four NBA drafts. Nine league schools have had at least one player drafted during that span.

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