This evening in Spokane, Wash., the Stanford women’s basketball will face Georgia in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. Joining them in the Evergreen State, both the Pac-12 Conference and SEC will be doubly represented, with California and LSU due to face off on the same hardwood two-and-a-half hours later.
As the Stanford men’s basketball team prepares for its last two games in Maples Pavilion this year, it finds itself in the all-too-familiar position of playing for little more than pride and a meager chance at a magical run.
With a definitive 65-44 rout over Utah on Friday night, and an exciting 69-56 win against No. 20 Colorado on Sunday night, No. 6 Stanford women’s basketball (19-2, 8-1) ends its five-game homestand on a high note
Securing its grasp on top spot of the Pac-12 Conference, the Stanford women’s basketball team defeated Utah 65-44 in Maples Pavilion on Friday night.
With wins against UCLA and USC, Stanford women’s basketball is back on top of the Pac-12 Conference, tied with Cal for first. A narrow victory over USC (7-10, 4-2 Pac-12) on Sunday provided a huge morale boost for the Card (16-2, 5-1 Pac-12) as it took down the Trojans 75-66 at Maples.
In Boulder on Friday night, the Stanford women’s basketball team defeated Colorado 57-40 to open Pac-12 play with a win. The defeat ended Colorado’s unbeaten start to the season and extended Stanford’s unbeaten streak in the Pac-12 conference to 79 straight games, dating back to a 57-54 loss in Berkeley on Jan. 18, 2009
W. Volleyball: Stanford wins three straight to close out regular season, earns No. 2 seed for NCAA tournament
After seeing its 22-game win streak come to an end, the No. 2 Stanford women’s volleyball team had to begin anew, starting with its matchup with UCLA on November 16. Three games and three victories later, the Cardinal had officially regained its mojo, ready to take on any opponent in the NCAA Tournament.
Every week, Winston Shi will break down a play from the previous weekend’s football game. Here is his take on Stanford’s popular “power” offensive set and the play that sprung running back Stepfan Taylor for a 26-yard score in the Cardinal’s win over Colorado.