It didn’t play its best game, but the Stanford men’s basketball team did just enough on Senior Day to escape the Utah Utes on Saturday, and in the process, put its quest to the NCAA Tournament back on track. A Dwight Powell free throw with 36 seconds left gave Stanford (19-11, 10-8 Pac-12) a 61-60 lead, and a strong defensive possession that saw Chasson Randle force a turnover with less than two seconds remaining sealed the Cardinal victory. The victory snapped a three-game losing streak and clinched Stanford’s second winning conference season in the last three years.
The Stanford men’s basketball team (18-10, 9-7 Pac-12) knew that if it was going to come away with a victory on the road against No. 3 Arizona, it was going to have to play its best basketball of the season. Unfortunately, Stanford could not muster its best effort, particularly early on, resulting in a 79-66 loss to the Wildcats (27-2, 14-2) on Sunday night.
The Stanford men’s basketball team finally found an opponent that was reeling worse than it was and took advantage of the opportunity to score a… Continue Reading »
There are some games where records just don’t matter. Tournament seeding, March Madness implications, momentum swings—you name it, but none of it matters. These are rivalry games, and when the Stanford Cardinal rolls into Berkeley to take on the California Golden Bears, all bets are off.
Dwight Powell’s game-tying dunk attempt came a split-second too late as Stanford men’s basketball dropped a close Pac-12 matchup at home against Colorado, 63-65.
UCLA rode into Maples Pavilion on Saturday afternoon with the Pac-12’s highest scoring offense, and Stanford’s defense was barely even a speed bump in the… Continue Reading »