Sports can’t get back the lives that were lost in wars or natural disasters, but the most transcendent of sporting events can still give us something to feel good about. Truth be told, it’s hard to say where the next uplifting American sports moment will come from, or if it’s even in our near future. That’s the thing about miracles: You don’t see them coming.
The Stanford women’s water polo team is coming off an NCAA title and is currently ranked No. 1 in the country. Freshman driver Kiley Neushul–who had hat tricks in back-to-back games over the weekend–sat down with The Daily to talk all things Stanford, in and out of the water.
Former All-American distance runner Ryan Hall ‘05 secured a spot in the 2012 Olympic Games with a second-place finish at Saturday’s U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in Houston
I used to be a competitive figure skater, and like many of the girls I trained with, dreamed that I would one day be able to don the Team USA jacket and represent the United States on Olympic ice. Although my Olympic dreams officially ended when I quit the sport five years ago, my enthusiasm for the Games hasn’t dwindled in the least; last Thursday was no different…