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Men’s gymnastics takes second at MPSF Championships

An NCAA-record performance on the parallel bars helped No. 1 Oklahoma top No. 2 Stanford men’s gymnastics at Saturday’s MPSF Championships, 448.050-444.650. In a highly competitive event that also featured No. 5 Cal (435.550) and No. 11 Air Force (429.200), the Cardinal put forth a number of remarkable performances but couldn’t find a way past the defending…

Beach volleyball sees mixed results in Oregon

Looking to build some momentum after falling to San Francisco earlier this week, Stanford beach volleyball (4-4) achieved mixed results as it visited Portland for the Oregon tournament last weekend. The Cardinal started off strong on Saturday, earning a 3-2 victory over Pac-12 rival Oregon (1-2) and a 4-1 win against Portland (0-7) to end…

Mather: On change and college basketball

Last week, with most of the campus away on spring break, Stanford athletic director Bernard Muir announced the hiring of Jerod Haase as the program’s new head coach. The acquisition marks the opening of a new chapter for Stanford basketball, which has spent the past eight seasons under the stewardship of former Duke star Johnny Dawkins. Haase’s…

Men’s basketball sent packing after shellacking in first round of Pac-12 Tournament

An explosive effort by the conference’s top-scoring offense proved too difficult to handle as ninth-seeded Stanford men’s basketball (15-15, 8-10 Pac-12) fell to eighth-seeded Washington (18-13, 9-9) in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament, 91-68. With senior guard Christian Sanders still suspended, the Cardinal lacked inspiration on offense and failed to assert their style against…