The Pac-12's strength in Olympic sports surfaced again in 2013-14. The conference claimed 10 NCAA championships, nearly twice as many as any other league.
Vanderbilt's baseball title Wednesday gave the Southeastern Conference a sixth championship, as the SEC moved ahead of the Big Ten for second place to conlude the academic year. Then came the Atlantic Coast with four titles, the American with three and the Big 12 with two.
Oregon led the way for the Pac-12 with three track & field titles - men's outdoor, men's indoor and women's indoor. UCLA and USC contributed two titles each, with the Bruins winning in women's soccer and women's tennis and the Trojans winning in men's water polo and men's tennis.
The league's other titles came from California in men's swimming & diving, Colorado in men's cross country and Stanford in women's water polo.
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