Last night, the Stanford men’s basketball team made its first in-conference trip to Boulder to face Colorado. The Cardinal clearly enjoyed the mountain air, as it crushed the Buffaloes 74-50. From the start, Stanford seized control. Freshman Chasson Randle sunk a three to start the game, giving the Cardinal a lead it would never relinquish. The team cruised to a 9-1 advantage just five minutes into the game and took a 40-20 lead into the half.
The Stanford men’s basketball team controlled the first 35 minutes of its matchup against Oregon, but in the last five the Cardinal couldn’t stop forward E.J. Singler, as the junior scored 10 straight points to help the Ducks squeak out a 68-64 win.
The Stanford men’s basketball team was tired of losing. Having dropped five of its last six games, the Cardinal traveled down to USC hungry for a win. While the Trojans put up a fight, Stanford pulled away in the second half to emerge with a 59-47 victory.
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It’s the start of February, which, in the world of college basketball, only means one thing. One more month until March.
Following a devastating road trip through Washington, the Stanford men’s basketball team hopes to right the ship Sunday when it travels across the Bay to take on rival California.
Another strong effort from senior forward Josh Owens was not enough for the Stanford men’s basketball team, as the squad fell to the Washington Huskies in convincing fashion
With Josh Owens hitting all of his shots as Washington State struggled to score at all, Stanford’s men’s basketball team appeared to be on its way to its fourth win in a row. But the Cougars heated up just as the Cardinal went ice-cold and Stanford’s 13-point lead evaporated in the second half of an 81-69 upset loss on Thursday night.