The Stanford men’s basketball team bounced back from its first defeat of the season with a 71-58 home victory over the Northwestern Wildcats, earning its… Continue Reading »
The Stanford men’s basketball team will open its season tonight at home against the Bucknell Bison of the Patriot League, as the Cardinal looks for its fourth consecutive win in season openers.
With the beginning of the regular season just six days away, Stanford men’s basketball team looked rather inconsistent in its first live action of the… Continue Reading »
BRIEFS: Men’s basketball opens season at Oracle Arena; ‘Goose’ Anderson named to Academic All-District Team
The last game the Stanford men’s basketball team played that counted was during NIT Finals in New York’s Madison Square Garden. Seven months after winning that tournament, the Cardinal will open its 2012-13 campaign with another matchup in an NBA venue when it meets San Francisco tonight at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
After demolishing Colorado in Boulder Thursday night, the Stanford men’s basketball team traveled to face conference bottom-feeder Utah on Saturday. In what was a back-and-forth game from start to finish, the Cardinal was unable to pull off a victory, dropping a heartbreaker to the Utes, 58-57.
Hoping to rebound from a tough journey through Washington that saw it drop from first to fifth in the Pac-12, the Stanford men’s basketball team (15-6, 5-4 Pac-12) traveled to Berkeley Sunday night to take on the rival California Golden Bears. Despite a strong first half, the Cardinal was not able to stick with the Bears, ending a disappointing road trip with its third straight loss, 69-59