Despite a very tough night from the free-throw line — Stanford went 5-17 at the charity stripe — the men’s basketball team staved off a scrappy Utah team to continue its run of conference success with a 68-65 win on Thursday night.
After holding its first 14 opponents to 72 points or fewer en route to a 12-2 start, the Stanford men’s basketball team gave up season-high point totals in back-to-back road games against the Oregon schools. Thanks to a late comeback on Saturday night, though, the Cardinal was able to salvage a split in thrilling fashion, winning the longest game in school history 103-101
The road to a 3-1 conference start has been far from flawless, yet in the fourth season under the direction of head coach Johnny Dawkins, the Stanford men’s basketball team appears to have finally turned a corner and is now on pace to see its first legitimate postseason action since the departure of Brook and Robin Lopez in the spring of 2008
Led by a strong effort from redshirt senior Josh Owens and one of the best games of freshman guard Chasson Randle’s young career, the men’s basketball team rallied from a double-digit deficit late in the second half and knocked off N.C. State on Sunday in one of the Cardinal’s best preseason wins in years
Josh Owens couldn’t miss, literally. The redshirt senior forward made his first nine shots from the field—as well as his first free throw—on his… Continue Reading »
Fresh off a big win over Colorado State at Maples Pavilion earlier this week, the Stanford men’s basketball team is back on the hardwood tonight, heading just up the road to take on UC-Davis in a non-league game.
The Cardinal (3-0) advanced to the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off on Tuesday night, beating Colorado State 64-52 in Maples Pavilion.
The NBA lockout may still be dragging on, but college basketball is here, and the men’s team takes to the hardwood for its season opener tonight at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal will take on Central Arkansas, looking to get off to a fast start this season after finishing last year at the bottom half of the conference.