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Pac-12 Baseball Weekly Rundown - May 4, 2023

May 4, 2023

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LEADING OFF: Pac-12 baseball is hitting the home stretch and with only three weekends remaining, everything is still left to be decided when it comes to a regular season champion and which squads will qualify for the second Pac-12 Baseball Tournament at Scottsdale Stadium, May 23-27.

This weekend's biggest series pits the top two teams in the standings against each other as No. 7 Stanford and No. 22 Arizona State are squaring off in Tempe with an inside path to the crown and the No. 1 seed on the line. The Cardinal and Sun Devils are separated by just a half-game with Stanford sitting at 15-6 and ASU at 14-6 in conference play. Series first pitch is Friday at 6 p.m. PT with all three games available live on Pac-12 Insider.

While the weekend results in Tempe will be pivotal in the race to the finish, No. 19 Oregon and No. 20 Oregon State still have their own title aspirations within reach with the Ducks sitting only two games out of first place and the Beavers within three and a half games. Oregon is coming off a huge series win at home over the Sun Devils and will hope for more of the same in LA this weekend with three at USC. After a tough start to the conference slate, the Beavers rebounded in April, winning four of five series during the month, and will look to keep a five-game winning streak going as they host Utah in Corvallis. 

Washington, also winners of five straight, has climbed into fifth place in the standings after its weekend sweep of USC and have a legitimate shot at a top-four seed in the tournament as the Huskies sit just four games out of first place. That quest starts with rivalry weekend against a Cougar squad who is fighting to qualify for its first Pac-12 tournament after missing out a season ago. The three-games series between the Huskies and Cougars will air live on Pac-12 Networks with the opener set for Friday at 6 p.m. PT.

UCLA will welcome California to Jackie Robinson Stadium looking for its first Pac-12 series win since the beginning of April, while Arizona hosts Air Force for three at Hi Corbett Field on its conference bye weekend. 

The second-to-last midweek slate features eight games with six set for Tuesday, May 9 and two more for Wednesday, May 10.


  • The Pac-12 has the third-best RPI ranking as a conference behind only the SEC and the ACC.
  • Thru April 26th, the Pac-12 has 10 of 11 teams in the Top 100 in Adjusted RPI, one of only three conferences in the nation (ACC, SEC) to have nine or more in the Top 100. Five are in the top 50. Oregon has the league's top RPI ranking at No. 20, followed by Stanford at No. 21. Oregon State has jumped up to third-best at No. 25, its highest RPI ranking of the season, with Arizona State at No. 31 and UCLA at No. 41. Coming in behind the Bruins is Washington at No. 53, Arizona at No. 60, USC at No. 70, Washington State at no. 78 and California at No. 98. Utah rounds it out at No. 116.


  • Overall, the Pac-12 has the third-best non-conference winning percentage among all conferences so far in 2023 with a 155-64-1 mark. The SEC is on top with a 267-61-1 record, followed by the ACC in second at 234-69.
  • 9 of 11 league teams are at .500 and six are at .600 or better with three weeks remaining in the regular season. Seven teams (Stanford, ASU, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, UCLA and USC) are .500 or better in league play.
  • Through May 4, the Pac-12 owns a 93-39 (.705) record against teams from the other four D1 conferences in the West Region (Big West, Mountain West, WAC, WCC). 

ON THE ROAD: 20-of-26 games against opponents in the A5 have been played away from home, including all 10 games against the SEC. Overall, Pac-12 teams have played 97 games away from home (non-conference plus neutral site).

RANKINGS ROUNDUP: The Pac-12 has four teams ranked and one more receiving votes in the latest USA Today's Coaches Poll. Overall, the league has four teams ranked in four of the six major polls, including four in the top-20 in D1Baseball's and Baseball America's polls.

  • USA Today: #7 Stanford, #19 Oregon, #20 Oregon State, #22 Arizona State; RV - UCLA
  • D1Baseball: #7 Stanford, #15 Oregon State, #17 Oregon, #20 Arizona State
  • Baseball America: #8 Stanford, #17 Oregon, #18 Arizona State, #19 Oregon State
  • Collegiate Baseball: #7 Stanford, #10 Oregon, #11 Arizona State
  • NCBWA:  #7 Stanford, #19 Oregon, #20 Oregon State, #21 Arizona State
  • Perfect Game: #9 Stanford, #14 Oregon


  • Stanford picked up a big series win over the Bruins at home last weekend, using a pair of come-from-behind efforts in the opener and the finale to come away with the important Pac-12 victory. The Cardinal have been superb in close games in 2023, going 13-3 in games decided by two runs or less. Stanford's offense is hitting .301 as a team, a best for the program since the 2004 squad hit .336 through 41 games. Preseason All-American Quinn Matthews leads the Stanford pitching staff with a 2.70 ERA that ranks second in the Pac-12 while his 96 strikeouts rank third overall in the nation. The left-hander has notched 10 strikeouts in five consecutive games. 
  • Arizona State has no time to dwell on its first Pac-12 series loss of 2023 with the Cardinal coming to town, but the Sun Devils have already far exceeded expectations after being picked to finish sixth in the preseason poll. ASU has won five Pac-12 series in 2023 while its 29 wins are already two more than its total from last spring. After a 6-7 start, the Sun Devils have gone 23-7 over its last 30 games. ASU will hope that sophomore standout catcher Ryan Campos can return soon after being out with an injury since April 11.
  • Oregon State has won five of its last six Pac-12 series with their only loss coming to Arizona State in Tempe. Overall, the Beavers have won 19 of their last 24 since getting swept at Stanford on March 19. OSU continues to rank top-10 in the country in ERA (3.81, 9th) with the pitching staff led by senior right-hander Trent Sellers, whose 85 strikeouts rank second in the conference and 11th in the country. Preseason Pac-12 All-Conference sophomore Travis Bazzana is heating up, leading the Pac-12 with a 12-game hitting streak and 55 total runs scored.
  • Oregon is playing its best baseball as of late, collecting its second Pac-12 series win over a ranked squad in the last three weekends after taking two of three at home against the Sun Devils. Oregon swept the conference weekly awards for the third time in program history with right-hander Jace Stoffal earning his third Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week honor after limiting a strong ASU offense to one earned run four hits in 6.1 innings of work in the opener and senior Drew Cowley blasting four home runs, including two in the opener, to help the Ducks to the huge series victory. Overall, the Ducks have won 21 of their last 28, which included an 11-game winning streak, the program's longest since the 1964 team won 12 straight. 
  • UCLA's pitching staff has continued to rule the day as they rank second in the Pac-12 and 13th in the country with a 3.96 ERA. The Bruins have had to lean heavily on their hurlers as injuries in the field have limited UCLA's offense in recent weeks. Senior right-hander Kelly Austin has the conference's top ERA of 2.34, which ranks 19th overall in D1. After losing its last two series to USC and Stanford, UCLA will hope to get back on track against California, who is in last place entering the weekend.
  • Washington has placed itself firmly back in postseason conversation with its home sweep over USC last weekend and now has series wins over UCLA and USC in the same season for two consecutive years. After UW qualified for the inaugural tournament as the eighth and final seed and went 0-2, the Huskies should have much higher aspirations this time around as they sit just outside the top four in the standings with nine league games to go. Husky slugger Will Simpson leads the Pac-12 with 15 home runs.
  • Arizona's offense has been one of the best in the country, ranking in the top-20 in D1 in batting average (.315, 13th), hits (486, 11th), doubles (111, 5th) and triples (24, 3rd) and in the top-30 for scoring (8.4 rpg, 25th). Arizona has multiple stars at the plate, led by Mac Bingham, who ranks second in the league in hits (65) and third in runs scored (51), Chase Davis (14 home ranks second in the Pac-12) and Kiko Romero (leads Pac-12 and ranks 20th in D1 with 58 RBI).
  • USC's first-year head coach Andy Stankiewicz picked up his first signature series win against then-No. 3 Stanford at home the weekend of March 10, the Trojans' first over the Cardinal in eight years. Stankiewicz and the Trojans also secured their first series win at home over rival UCLA since 2005 on the weekend of April 23. The Trojans started off strong winning four consecutive Pac-12 series to start conference play for the first time since 2001, while USC's five series and 11 league wins have far surpassed last year's totals of two and eight, respectively
  • On April 17, the Pac-12 swept D1 Baseball's and the NCBWA's National Player and Pitcher of the Week awards, marking the first two from the Pac-12 to earn the honors this season. California's Kade Kretzschmar, the 2022 Ivy League Player of the Year and graduate transfer from Dartmouth, had a monster week for the Bears from April 10-16, hitting 15-for-21 (.714) with a pair of home runs, three doubles, 10 RBI, six runs scored, two walks and a stolen base to help Cal go 4-1 and take two of three at Utah. Oregon's Jace Stoffal dominated Stanford, allowing three hits and just four baserunners in a complete-game shutout in a 4-0 series-opening win. 
  • After his red-hot performance in April, Kretzschmar was named the NCBWA's Player of the Month, announced by the organization on May 3, after he hit .462 and had a Pac-12 best 36 hits, eight home runs and 12 multi-hit games over a 19-game stretch.
  • Washington's Kiefer Lord earn his second Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week honor this season on April 24, becoming the first UW pitcher to earn it more than once during the same season since Husky legend Tim Lincecum won it five times in 2006. 
  • During its series win over then- No. 21 Oregon State on the weekend of April 21, Arizona State became the first team since 2001 to score double digits against the Beavers in each game of the series, while it was the Sun Devils' first win over a ranked opponent since 2017.
  • Arizona State's sweep over rival Arizona on the weekend of March 24 was its first since 2019 and only its second since 2009.
  • Washington State has turned in some stellar performances during Pac-12 play in 2023. On April 16, the Cougars won a league series against Arizona in Pullman for the first time since 2009, while it was their first back-to-back series wins over the Wildcats since 2006-07. Earlier in the season, WSU's two-game sweep on the weekend of April 1-2 (game three of series was canceled due to weather/game two postponement) was its first series win over UCLA since 2017 and the Cougars opened Pac-12 play by taking two of three at Oregon State on the weekend of March 10, Washington State's first series win in Corvallis since 2009.
  • Stanford junior catcher Albert Rios set a Cardinal record and matched the Pac-12 record with 11 RBIs in a 24-9 Stanford victory over CSU Bakersfield on Sunday, March 5. The 11 RBIs matched the previous Pac-12 record of 11 set by UCLA's Bill Scott vs. Washington in a game that started on March 29, 1999 and was completed on March 30, 1999 due to rain. 
  • Oregon State head coach Mitch Canham picked up his 100th career victory on Tuesday, March 7 as the Beavers beat San Diego 9-4 in Corvallis. 


  • D1Baseball National Players of the Week
    • April. 17 -
      • Pitcher of the Week - RHP Jace Stoffal, Oregon
      • Player of the Week - OF Kade Kretzschmar, California
  • NCBWA Dick Howser Trophy National Players of the Week
    • April. 18 -
      • Co-Pitcher of the Week - RHP Jace Stoffal, Oregon
      • Player of the Week - OF Kade Kretzschmar, California
  • NCBWA Dick Howser Trophy National Players of the Month
    • April - Hitter of the Month - OF Kade Kretzschmar, California
  • Collegiate Baseball National Players of the Week
    • Feb. 20 - C Josiah Cromwick, Oregon
    • Feb. 27 - RHP Trent Sellers, Oregon State
    • Mar. 6 - 1B/OF/C Kiko Romero, Arizona
    • Mar. 13 - RHP Connor Wilford, Washington State
    • Mar. 20 - RHP Dakota Hawkins, Washington State; 2B Luke Keaschall, Arizona State
    • Mar. 27 - OF Tanner Smith, Oregon
    • April 17 - INF/C Sabin Ceballos, Oregon
    • April 24 - RHP Kiefer Lord, Washington
    • May 1 - SS Drew Cowley, Oregon
  • Perfect Game National Players of the Week
    • Mar. 7 - RHP Kiefer Lord, Washington - National Pitcher of the Week
  • College Baseball Hall of Fame - Shortstop of the Week
    • April 4 - SS Drew Cowley, Oregon
  • USA Golden Spikes Performance of the Week
    • May 3 - OF Emilio Corona, Arizona


  • NCAA Top Team Rankings: Batting Avg. - Arizona (13th, .315); Hits - Arizona (11th, 486); Doubles - Arizona (5th, 111); Triples - USC (1st, 26); Home runs - Oregon (29th, 75); Scoring - Arizona (25th, 8.4); Slugging percentage - Arizona (19th, .535); Sacrifice Flys - Washington State (8th, 29); ERA - Oregon State (9th, 3.81); Shutouts - Oregon, UCLA, Washington (14th, 4); Strikeout-to-Walk Ratio - UCLA (4th, 3.37); Strikeouts-Per-9 Innings - Stanford (14th, 10.5); Walks Allowed Per Nine Innings - UCLA (6th, 3.20); Fielding percentage - Oregon State (9th, .981); Double plays - Arizona State (32nd, 37). 
  • NCAA Top Individual Rankings: Batting Avg. - Ryan Campos, ASU (19th, .413); Doubles - Luke Keaschall, ASU (1st, 23); Triples - Austin Overn, USC (1st, 12); Hits - Luke Keaschall, ASU (52nd, 66); Runs - Travis Bazzana, Oregon State; (30th, 55); RBI - Kiko Romero, Arizona (20th, 58); Home Runs - Will Simpson, Washington (41st, 15); Sacrifice Flys - Sam Brown, WSU (3rd, 8); Sacrifice Bunts - Carson Wells, USC (2nd, 13); On-base percentage - Ryan Campos, ASU (20th, .523); Slugging percentage - Luke Keaschall, ASU (29th, .756); Toughest to Strikeout - Rikuu Nishida, Oregon (29th, 12.1); Stolen Bases - Travis Bazzana, Oregon State (19th, 27); ERA - Kelly Austin, UCLA (19th, 2.34); Saves - Ryan Brown, Oregon State; Micah Ashman, Utah (15th, 8); Strikeouts - Quinn Matthews, Stanford (3rd, 96).


  • Oregon State and Washington, both coming off weekend sweeps, enter the weekend on five-game winning streaks with Utah on a four-gamer. 
  • Multiple Pac-12 hitters have streaks on the line at the plate heading into the eighth weekend of conference play. Oregon State's Travis Bazzana is riding a league-high 12-game streak with Utah on deck, followed by Washington State's Sam Brown on an 11-gamer and Oregon's Rikuu Nishida on a 10-game streak. USC's Carson Wells has a nine-game streak going, while Stanford's Carter Graham and Arizona State's Jacob Tobias are at eight games.
  • Multiple Pac-12ers have reached base safely over a long stretch of games. Oregon State's Garret Forrester has a league-high streak of 43 games with Arizona's Chase Davis reaching safely in 41 straight and 55 dating back to last season. ASU's Ryan Campos has a 31-gamer this season, but hasn't played since April 11. 


  • D1Baseball releases weekly projections for the Field of 64 and while six Pac-12 teams are still projected to advance to NCAA Regionals in the latest installment, Washington replaced USC in the the field after the Huskies' home sweep over the Trojans last weekend. Stanford, who moved up into the No. 8 overall seed, and Oregon are both slated as hosts and No. 1 seeds in their regions, while Arizona State is a No. 2 seed in the Stillwater Regional and Oregon State is slated as the No. 2 seed in the Fayetteville Regional. UCLA is projected as the No. 3 seed in the Durham Regional with Washington rounding things out as a No. 3 seed in the Baton Rouge Regional.

2023 NCBWA STOPPER OF THE YEAR MIDSEASON WATCH LIST: The NCBWA announced its midseason watch list for Stopper of the Year and six different Pac-12 relievers made the list, with USC having a league-high two included.

  • Micah Ashman, So., Utah
  • Garrett Clarke, RS-Sr., USC
  • Chase Grillo, RS-Jr., Washington State
  • Trevor Long, Jr., Arizona
  • Josh Mollerus, Sr., Oregon
  • Kyle Wisch, RS-Jr., USC


  • Ryan Campos, C, So., Arizona State
  • Chase Davis, OF, Jr., Arizona
  • Braden Montgomery, OF/UTL, So., Stanford
  • Tommy Troy, INF, Jr., Stanford 


  • Cam Clayton, So., Washington
  • Owen Cobb, Sr., Stanford
  • Drew Cowley, Sr., Oregon
  • Luke Hill, So., Arizona State
  • Mikey Kane, So., Oregon State
  • Nik McClaughry, Sr., Arizona


  • Top 50 Catchers - No. 7 Ryan Campos (Arizona State); No. 24 Malcolm Moore (Stanford); No. 26 Caleb Lomavita (California); No. 29 Johnny Tincher (Washington).
  • Top 50 First Basemen - No. 8 Kiko Romero (Arizona); No. 20 Sam Brown (Washington State); No. 22 Will Simpson (Washington); No. 36 Garret Forester (Oregon State).
  • Top 50 Second Basemen - No. 4 Luke Keaschall (Arizona State); No. 7 Ethan Gourson (UCLA); No. 10 Travis Bazzana; No. 44 Drew Bowser (Stanford).
  • Top 50 Shortstops - No. 18 Cam Clayton (Washington); No. 24 Cody Schrier (UCLA); No. 31 Luke Hill (Arizona State); No. 37 Nik McClaughry (Arizona).
  • Top 50 Third Basemen - No. 6 Tommy Troy (Stanford); No. 14 Sabin Ceballos; No. 21 Kyle Karros (UCLA); No. 42 Nu'u Contrades (Arizona State).
  • Top 50 Relievers - No. 19 Micah Ashman (Utah); No. 23 Josh Mollerus (Oregon); No. 44 Josh Emanuels (Washington); No. 47 Garrett Clarke (USC).
  • Top 100 Starting Pitchers - No. 23 Quinn Matthews (Stanford); No. 27 Kiefer Lord (Washington); No. 28 Kelly Austin (UCLA); No. 33 Alonzo Tredwell (UCLA); No. 41 Stu Flesland; No. 45 Ross Dunn (Arizona State); No. 48 Matt Scott (Stanford); No. 60 Jake Brooks (UCLA); No. 64 TJ Nichols (Arizona); No. 67 Paulshawn Pasqualotto (California); No. 75 Trent Sellers (Oregon State); 
  • Top 100 Outfielders - No. 3 Braden Montgomery (Stanford); No. 25 Tanner Smith (Oregon); No. 29 Chase Davis (Arizona); No. 36 JonJon Vaughns (UCLA); No. 58 AJ Guerrero (Washington); No. 61 Albert Rios (Stanford); No. 86 Cole Gabrielson (USC).


  • Braden Montgomery, Stanford - Second Team Hitter
  • Tommy Troy, Stanford - Third Team Hitter
  • Kiefer Lord, Washington - Third Team Pitcher
  • Malcolm Moore, Stanford - Freshman First Team Hitter
  • Austin Overn, USC - Freshman First Team Hitter
  • Matt Scott, Stanford - Freshman First Team Pitcher
  • Matthew Grabmann, Oregon - Freshman Second Team Pitcher

2023 MLB OPENING DAY: Former Oregon State standout and the 2019 No.1 overall pick Adley Rutschman may have made his MLB debut for the Baltimore Orioles in 2022, but Thursday, March 30 marked his first Opening Day in the big leagues. Rutschman had a monster day, hitting a home run in his first at-bat and going 5-for-5 overall with 4 RBI in a 10-9 Baltimore win over Boston, joining Hall-of-Famers Billy Herman and Babe Ruth as the third player ever to go 5-5 and get multiple RBI on Opening Day. UCLA great Gerrit Cole made some history himself, recording the most strikeouts by a Yankee pitcher on Opening Day with 11 in New York's 5-0 shutout of the Giants. Rutschman and Cole highlight a total of 54 former Pac-12 stars on 2023 Opening Day rosters. It's the second-most players from a conference behind only the SEC (SEC 89, Pac-12 54, ACC 42, WCC 21, American 20).

CARDINAL PICKED TO REPEAT: For a second consecutive year the Pac-12 coaches took defending champion Stanford atop their preseason poll with the Cardinal receiving nine first-place votes for a total of 99 points.

UCLA collected the other two first-place votes to come in second with 90 points and Oregon State was in third with 77 points. Arizona (74 points) and Oregon (68 points) rounded out the top five in fourth and fifth, respectively. 

INAUGURAL PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM: For the first time in Pac-12 history, the conference announced a Preseason All-Pac-12 Team, voted on by the league’s coaches. 

Stanford led the way with eight selections. Preseason All-Americans Braden Montgomery (UTL), Ryan Bruno (LHP), Carter Graham (INF), Quinn Mathews (LHP) and Tommy Troy (INF) earned the honor along with Cardinal infielder Drew Bowser, outfielder Eddie Park and pitcher Joey Dixon.

The 32-person team also includes preseason All-Americans Travis Bazzana (INF) and Ben Ferrer (RHP) from Oregon State, Chase Davis (OF) from Arizona and pitcher Alonzo Tredwell of UCLA. 

Tredwell and UCLA teammate Cody Schrier (INF), both 2022 Freshman All-Americans, were two of six Bruins selected, which was second-most behind Stanford. 

FRESH (AND FAMILIAR) FACES:  The Pac-12 has a pair of new head coaches in 2023 - Washington’s Jason Kelly and USC’s Andy Stankiewicz - but neither are new to the West. 

Kelly in particular is no stranger to the Pac-12, returning to Washington to begin his head coaching career after previously spending seven years as the Huskies pitching coach from 2013-19 under Lindsay Meggs, who announced his retirement following the 2022 season. Kelly was a key part of UW’s first-ever trip to the Men’s College World Series in 2018 before stints as the pitching coach at Arizona State and last season at LSU. Kelly was also previously honored as the 2018 D1Baseball National Assistant Coach of the Year.

Stankiewicz, a former Major League Baseball player, came to USC last summer after a highly successful 11-year run at Grand Canyon in which he won five regular season Western Athletic Conference titles and was named the WAC Coach of the Year four times. Over the last two seasons, Stankiewicz guided Grand Canyon to its first ever NCAA Division I postseason appearance in 2021 then led the program to its first ever at-large bid this past season.



  • Chase Davis; OF; Arizona
  • Quinn Mathews; LHP; Stanford
  • Braden Montgomery; OF/RHP
  • Cody Schrier; INF; UCLA
  • Tommy Troy; INF/OF; Stanford


  • Drew Cowley, INF, Oregon
  • Chase Davis, OF, Arizona
  • Carter Graham, INF, Stanford
  • Jacob McKeon, OF, Washington State
  • Tanner Smith, OF, Oregon
  • Jacob Walsh, INF, Oregon


  • D1 Baseball - First Team: RP Ryan Bruno (Stanford), 2B Tommy Troy (Stanford).
  • Baseball America - First Team: 2B Tommy Troy (Stanford)
  • Collegiate Baseball - First Team: INF Carter Graham (Stanford), SP Quinn Matthews (Stanford)
  • NCBWA - First Team: INF Carter Graham (Stanford)
  • Perfect Game - First Team: 2B Tommy Troy (Stanford), SP Quinn Matthews (Stanford)

AMERICAN MADE: Two Pac-12 players were part of the 26-man roster for the 2022 Collegiate National Team that represented Team USA and finished in third place at Honkbalweek Haarlem last July at  Pim Mulier Stadium in Haarlem, Netherlands. The final squad was named after completing the 2022 Collegiate National Team Training Camp, a five-game intrasquad series played throughout North Carolina. The roster included RP Ryan Bruno (Stanford) and RP Ross Dunn (Arizona State). 

2023 PAC-12 BASEBALL TOURNAMENT: After an exciting inaugural event last May, the Pac-12 Baseball Tournament returns to Scottsdale Stadium May 23-27, 2023 for year two at the Spring Training home of the San Francisco Giants. The tournament will look different in 2023 after the Pac-12 coaches approved format changes during the offseason.

Switching from a double-elimination format to pool play, the top nine teams in the Conference standings will earn berths to the tournament. The teams will be split into three pools based on their regular season finish with the top team from each pool advancing to the semifinals. The fourth semifinal spot will be determined by the top record of the non-advancing teams, with any tiebreakers going to the higher seed.  

The champion will receive the Conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Pac-12’s current agreement with the City of Scottsdale runs through 2024.

ON DECK (Full Schedule

Friday, May 5    
Utah at No. 20 Oregon State OSU Live Stream 5:30 p.m. PT
Air Force at Arizona ARIZ Live Stream 6:00 p.m. PT
California at (RV) UCLA UCLA Live Stream 6:00 p.m. PT
No. 19 Oregon at USC USC Live Stream  6:30 p.m. PT
No. 7 Stanford at No. 22 Arizona State Pac-12 Insider 6:30 p.m. PT
Washington at Washington State Pac-12 Washington 7:00 p.m. PT
Saturday, May 6    
Utah at No. 20 Oregon State ACCN+ 1:35 p.m. PT
California at (RV) UCLA UTAH Live Stream 2:00 p.m. PT
Air Force at Arizona ARIZ Live Stream 6:00 p.m. PT
Washington at Washington State Pac-12 Network/Washington 6:00 p.m. PT
No. 19 Oregon at USC USC Live Stream 6:30 p.m. PT
No. 7 Stanford at No. 22 Arizona State Pac-12 Insider 6:30 p.m. PT
Sunday, May 7    
California at (RV) UCLA ACCN+ 12:00 p.m. PT
No. 19 Oregon at USC UTAH Live Stream 12:00 p.m. PT
No. 7 Stanford at No. 22 Arizona State Pac-12 Insider 12:30 p.m. PT
Air Force at Arizona ARIZ Live Stream 1:00 p.m. PT
Utah at No. 20 Oregon State OSU Live Stream 1:05 p.m. PT
Washington at Washington State Pac-12 Network/Washington 2:00 p.m. PT
Tuesday, May 9    
BYU at Utah Pac-12 Network/Mountain 5:00 p.m. PT/6:00 p.m. MT
No. 20 Oregon State at Portland   5:30 p.m. PT
Cal State Fullerton at UCLA Pac-12 Insider 6:00 p.m. PT
No. 7 Stanford at Santa Clara   6:00 p.m. PT
Seattle U at Washington WASH Live Stream 6:05 p.m. PT
Cal State Bakersfield at USC USC Live Stream 6:30 p.m. PT
Wednesday, May 3    
New Mexico State at Utah UTAH Live Stream 5:00 p.m. PT/6:00 p.m. MT
Nevada at Arizona ARIZ Live Stream 6:00 p.m. PT


Teams Pac-12 Record Overall Record
No. 8 Stanford 15-6 28-13
No. 22 Arizona State 14-6 29-15
No. 19 Oregon 13-8 30-14
No. 20 Oregon State 14-10 31-13
Washington 11-9 26-13
(RV) UCLA 10-9-1 24-16-1
USC 11-10 25-18-1
Arizona 9-15 23-19
Washington State 7-13 26-17
Utah 7-16-1 18-24-1
California 6-15 18-23

2023 Pac-12 Baseball Weekly Awards

  Player Pitcher
Feb. 20 Jonah Advincula, WSU TJ Nichols, ARIZ
Feb. 27 Gavin Turley, OSU Trent Sellers, OSU
March 6 TJ Clarkson, UTAH Kiefer Lord, WASH
March 13 Kiko Romero, ARIZ Connor Wilford, WSU
March 20 Luke Keaschall, ASU Matt Dallas, ORE
March 27 Nu'U Contrades, ASU Matt Scott, STAN
April 3 Jacob Walsh, ORE Tyler Stromsborg, USC
April 10 Ryan Campos, ASU Jace Stoffal, ORE
April 17 Kade Kretzschmar, CAL Jace Stoffal, ORE
April 24 Chase Davis, ARIZ Kiefer Lord, WASH
May 1 Drew Cowley, ORE Jace Stoffal, ORE