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Daniel Martinez-Krams
Daniel Martinez-Krams '22 is a staff writer in the sports section covering football, women's soccer, women's basketball and baseball. He is originally from Berkeley, California. Contact him at danielmk ‘at’

Arizona hands women’s basketball its first overtime loss

Friday night's contest proved difficult for Stanford women's basketball (24-5, 13-4 Pac-12). When the game was pushed into overtime, the extra minutes were no different. No. 13 Arizona (23-5, 12-5 Pac-12) went on a run. Stanford went on a momentary comeback and even took the lead, but the Wildcats had a little bit more in the tank. Arizona won 73-72 in overtime.

Ducks down women’s hoops at home

When No. 4 Stanford (24-4, 13-3 Pac-12) was not getting bullied inside the paint, turning the ball over or outrun, the game was close. The Cardinal even won the fourth quarter by 10 points and tied the second. The 74-66 loss to No. 3 Oregon (26-2, 15-1 Pac-12) came for other reasons.

Women’s hoops finds success on Senior Day

Normally, Senior Day is celebrated in Maples Pavilion after the game to prevent the emotions of a goodbye from impeding the focus on winning. On Sunday, however, a dominant first quarter turned the whole afternoon into a celebration as there was no doubt about the end result.
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