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Alex Bhatt

Women’s tennis downs UCLA, USC

No. 46 Stanford women’s tennis (6-3, 2-0 Pac-12) started out conference play this weekend with two huge victories against No. 13 UCLA (8-3) on Friday and No. 47 USC (7-3) the next morning at Taube Family Tennis Stadium.

No. 4 men’s swimming and diving upsets No. 1 Cal on Senior Day

At the end of the final race, the 200 free relay, in Avery Aquatic Center, few in the crowd knew what just happened. The Cardinal entered the event with a seven-point lead and an opportunity to upset the No.1 ranked team in the nation, but the Bears won the event, and two Cardinal swimmers came in second and third. After a few moments of hushed anxiety, the result was finally known. No. 4 Stanford men's swimming and diving (6-0, 4-0 Pac-12) had upset No. 1 Cal (5-1, 4-1) 151-149 on Senior Day.

Remember the Alamo Bowl: TCU overview

On Thursday, December 28th, the No. 13 Stanford Cardinal (9-4, 7-2 Pac-12) will play the No. 15 TCU Horned Frogs (10-3, 7-2 Big 12) in the 25th Valero Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, Texas. This is Stanford's first match-up this year versus a Big 12 opponent so it is important to understand what the Cardinal should expect.

Two home wins for No. 1 women’s swimming

With huge performances from senior Janet Hu and sophomores Katie Ledecky and Katie Drabot, No. 1 Stanford women's swimming and diving (3-0, 2-0) swept the weekend home stand, beating Oregon State (0-2) by a score of 170-77 and No. 13 N.C. State (3-2) by a score of 189-104 in this year’s two first home meets.

Football freezes against Washington State

In the second of their back-to-back Pac-12 road games, the No. 18 Stanford Cardinal fell short at No. 25 Washington State on Saturday by a final score of 24-21. The Cardinal came into the day looking for a conference win in their journey towards a Pac-12 Title. The game would also be Stanford’s first game…

Shaw talks Beavers, defensive improvements at Monday presser

The theme of head coach David Shaw’s press conference Tuesday morning was adjustments. Speaking on the Beavers, he said, “It’s an energized football team, they play really hard, play fast. They have a week and a half to get ready for us. We know we have to be ready for adjustments, regardless.”

Stanford Athletics launches website promoting Love Heisman campaign

Near noon on Tuesday, Stanford Athletics officially launched, a website dedicated to monitoring and promoting the quest for the Heisman Trophy by junior running back and FBS rushing leader Bryce Love. Similar to the release of two years ago, No. 22 Stanford Football (5-2, 4-1) hopes to bring home just the second Heisman Trophy…
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