I wrote earlier this year that I would never study abroad during fall quarter because I am a diehard college football fan, and it would kill me to have to watch home games at the crack of dawn via some questionable live-streaming site in some foreign country. And yet, I find myself guilty of not flying back to campus for the Notre Dame game. Trust me, it was painful watching from home, so I got my due punishment.
No. 6 Stanford women’s basketball ended its week of play in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, with an 80-60 win over South Dakota State to capture the… Continue Reading »
No. 6 Stanford women’s basketball (4-1) pulled off a 63-54 win at Texas on Saturday despite trailing 37-30 at halftime and only shooting 32.3 percent in the game. It was the Card’s defense that keyed the win and allowed Stanford to enter its next games in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico on a three-game winning streak.
No. 3 Stanford women’s basketball (1-1) returns to the Farm this week after a two-game road trip to the East Coast last weekend.
After taking care of business at Boston College on Saturday, the Card was tripped up by No. 1 Connecticut on Monday, losing 76-57. The early season game was meant to be a starting point in gauging the team’s potential and areas of growth for head coach Tara VanDerveer. With multiple upperclassmen coming back from preseason injuries and a bevy of new players on the court this year, taking on Connecticut so early in the season was a test for the Cardinal women and despite the double-digit loss the team learned a lot to go forward with.