With this weekend’s forecast at the 111th Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships (collegiate rowing’s national title) calling for temperatures nearing 100 degrees, it’s only fitting that Stanford’s Varsity Eight is getting hot at exactly the right time.
The University sent me a message that carried with it the threat of libel, a message that I felt at least in some way had to be sent with an air of intimidation.
Stanford men’s basketball assistant coach Mark Madsen ’00 announced today that he will step away from the Farm and return to the professional game, accepting the head coaching position with the Los Angeles D-Fenders of the NBA’s D-League.
Senior shortstop Jenna Rich continued her assault on the Stanford Softball career record book, breaking the all-time record for RBI with a three-run home run on Friday night against Cal.
Former Stanford basketball star Jason Collins ’01 became the first active male athlete in a major US professional sport to come out, an historic announcement revealed today in a story for Sports Illustrated.
After a former Stanford Review columnist came under fire last week for alleged plagiarism in a 2012 article, evidence of further plagiarism in some of the columnist’s other articles has come to light.
Stanford men’s basketball might have missed out on the midnight train to Georgia (the Final Four is in Atlanta), but the Cardinal will open the defense of its National Invitational Tournament title on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. at home against Stephen F. Austin.
Stanford men’s basketball team has known for several weeks that the only path to the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2008 was winning four games in four days to earn an automatic berth at the Pac-12 Tournament. The Cardinal didn’t get past Day One, losing a thrilling overtime game against Arizona State 89-88 on Wednesday afternoon at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.