The No. 3 Stanford women’s tennis team (7-0) blanked No. 5 Florida (8-2) during a sunny dual match at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium on… Continue Reading »
The No. 1 ranked Stanford women’s tennis team opened its regular season dual-match slate with decisive back-to-back shutout victories this past week, beating UC-Davis 7-0… Continue Reading »
Stanford women’s tennis started off the regular season with a bang this past week, collecting three championship trophies with its squad split between the National… Continue Reading »
In a year of great sports moments for Stanford athletes, Jason Collins’ announcement in April 2013 regarding his sexual orientation was tremendously courageous. One can only hope that Collins’ announcement leads to greater acceptance and tolerance of LGBT rights in the sports world.
For the third year in a row, Stanford women’s tennis swept the USTA/ITA Regional Championships, as senior Kristie Ahn cruised to a singles title while freshman Taylor Davidson and junior Ellen Tsay claimed the doubles title in the Northwest Region.
It was announced Wednesday that former Cardinal tennis star Nicole Gibbs had been awarded one of eight wild-card entries into the main draw of the U.S. Open. Gibbs’ entrance into the tournament represents an opportunity for her to re-establish herself on an international stage after a discouraging early exit from the Bank of the West Classic almost a month ago.
All of Stanford’s current and former student athletes have officially been eliminated from the Bank of the West Classic, as Nicole Gibbs, who chose to leave Stanford early to go pro after winning two straight NCAA singles titles in 2012 and 2013, fell in a back-and-forth marathon match against fourth-seeded and World No. 29 American Jamie Hampton.