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West Coast Conference Standings, Breakdown and Conference Tournament Schedule

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WCC Standings

TeamConference RecordOverall RecordTournament Outlook
Gonzaga15-129-21 seed
BYU13-324-72 seed
Saint Mary's11-524-73 seed
Pacific11-523-94 seed
San Francisco9-720-115 seed
Pepperdine8-815-156 seed
Santa Clara6-1019-127 seed
Loyola Marymount4-1210-208 seed
San Diego2-149-229 seed
Portland1-159-2210 seed

WCC Tournament Schedule

Dates: March 5-10
TV: ESPN (Championship, Semifinal 1), ESPN2 (Semifinal 2, Third Round), WCC Network (First and Second Rounds)
Site: Orleans Arena, Las Vegas, NV
Byes: Top 6 get single; Top 4 get double; Top 2 get triple
2019 Champion: St. Mary’s

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Completed WCC Tournament Bracket

First Round

  • (7) Santa Clara 76, (10) Portland 62
  • (8) Loyola Marymount 75, (9) San Diego 61

Second Round

  • (5) San Francisco 82, (8) Loyola Marymount 53
  • (6) Pepperdine 84, (7) Santa Clara 73

Third Round

  • (3) St. Mary’s 89, (6) Pepperdine 82 (OT)
  • (5) San Francisco 72, (4) Pacific 54


  • (1) Gonzaga 81, (5) San Francisco 77
  • (3) St. Mary’s 51, (2) BYU 50


  • (1) Gonzaga 84, (3) St. Mary’s 66

Gonzaga advances to NCAA Tournament

WCC Conference Breakdown

Gonzaga has dominated the West Coast Conference over the course of the last decade, and St. Mary’s has really been a clear-cut second for many of those years as well. As a result, all of the last ten WCC Tournaments have been won by the top two seeds, with the 1-seed winning six times and the 2-seed claiming four championships, including the Gaels’ victory last year. Both the Bulldogs and this year’s 2-seed BYU have solidified their spots in the NCAA Tournament field prior to the conference tournament. A rubber match championship game between the two would be must-see TV, but the Gaels could have something to say about that.

Gonzaga, BYU and St. Mary’s finished 1-2-3 in the conference standings and the same can be said for the team points per game statistic. The Bulldogs also led the West Coast Conference in rebounds, field goal percentage and steals this season, while BYU took the crown in the assist category. 4-seed Pacific only ranked 7th in points per game, but led the league in blocks and finished 3rd in rebounding. The Tigers will look to ride their stingy defense in Vegas.

Unsurprisingly, Gonzaga was the preseason favorite to win the WCC in the poll. The preseason poll also accurately tabbed BYU and St. Mary’s to round out the top three, although reversed the actual final standing of the two. Pacific was the West Coast Conference’s top overachiever, earning the 4-seed (picked 8th). 6-seed Pepperdine and 7-seed Santa Clara both finished two spots lower than their preseason projections.

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