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Daniel Martinez-Krams
Daniel Martinez-Krams '22 is a desk editor in the sports section. He is originally from Berkeley, California. Contact him at danielmk ‘at’ stanford.edu.

A date with Cal to salvage the season

For the past nine years, head coach David Shaw and the Stanford Axe have been constants on campus. Each season, Shaw coaches a respectable — and at times brilliant — football team to a winning record and bowl game, while taking care of the Golden Bears in the process.

From fan to field: Growing up with the Big Game

In 1990, then-redshirt freshman wide receiver David Shaw ’94 stood on the sidelines as Stanford enacted its revenge for the Play, pulling out an improbable Big Game win. Stanford stole the game with a late touchdown, a failed two-point conversion, fans storming the field, a penalty, an onside kick, a roughing-the-passer call and a game-winning field goal.

Women’s soccer axes Cal on senior night

No. 2 Stanford (18-1, 11-0 Pac-12) controlled possession, dictated the run of play and poured on four goals to close out the regular season with a 4-0 win over Cal (13-4-2, 5-3-3 Pac-12) and a perfect conference record. With goal contributions from two seniors, Stanford’s class of ’20 can now claim an 8️1-5️-2️ record, including 4️5️-1️-2️ in Cagan Stadium and 4️2-1️-2️ in Pac-12 play.

Adebo and Shenault showdown in Boulder

On Saturday, a lot of eyes will light up when Colorado’s Laviska Shenault Jr. lines up against Stanford’s Paulson Adebo. Shenault, the Buffaloes’ top receiving option, and Adebo, the Cardinal’s All-American junior cornerback, will meet for the first time—since high school.
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