But in 1995, my family of four was rocked by tragedy when my dad was diagnosed with a brain tumor; nine months later, he was gone. My brother, 11 at the time, sought solace in his busy schedule of athletic commitments. A six-year-old girl now lacking a father figure, I sought solace in my brother.
Chasson Randle, the Class of 2015’s lone men’s basketball recruit, has comfortably settled into his starting role on the Pac-12 stage. This past summer, the 6-foot-1 guard from Rock Island, Ill., received numerous accolades from opposing teams’ coaches on the squad’s trip to Spain, and he has been an integral part of the Cardinal’s 15-5 start.
This weekend, the Stanford men’s basketball team will travel north to begin its longest road stretch of the season, a two-week trip away from Maples that opens this weekend in Washington.
Tonight, the Stanford men’s basketball team hosts Utah in its first visit to Maples Pavilion as a Pac-12 contender.
Twelve months later, the same Stanford team returns to Maples Pavilion with an added year of maturity, team chemistry and international experience thanks to a team trip to Spain and hopes of taking the newly created Pac-12 by storm.
After losing three in a row away from Maples Pavilion, the No. 7 Stanford women’s volleyball team picked up its first two road conference wins of the season against Oregon State (11-7, 3-5 Pac-12) and No. 16 Oregon (12-4, 5-3) this past weekend
After a rocky start, the No. 7 Stanford women’s volleyball team is looking to solidify its spot in the top half of the Pac-12 this weekend, searching for its first conference victory outside of Maples Pavilion and aiming to extend its win streak to four matches
After stumbling with back-to-back losses in Southern California last weekend, the No. 6 Stanford women’s volleyball team returns home to Maples Pavilion hoping for a pair of redemption wins against the Arizona schools.