Shaw interjected. There was no competition, only an announcement. Jorgensen and Keck would be put on scholarship.
After four practices at Woodside High School in San Mateo County, Stanford football anticipates returning to practice on Stanford campus starting Wednesday. The move was made possible with the Tuesday announcement that Santa Clara County has been upgraded to the state's "orange tier."
As Stanford football begins to ramp up for a season to start Nov. 6, senior cornerback Paulson Adebo announced on Thursday that he will opt out of the season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft.
In a Twitter announcement on Monday morning, senior forward Maya Dodson announced her intention to opt out of the 2020-21 season.
Senior left tackle Walker Little announced that he will forego any potential spring football season to prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft, becoming the first Stanford football player to opt out.
Before joining the call with Muir, the fencing team had an idea of the webinar's content. Their captain had forwarded the team a message from their co-head coach Lisa Posthumus Milgram, who was alerted of the decision by Muir a little while prior.
In a follow-up press conference to the sudden news that Stanford Athletics planned to cut 11 of its 36 varsity programs, athletic director Bernard Muir clarified that the decision was not solely based on COVID-19 concerns.
After a hiring pause instituted by Stanford, women’s basketball head coach Tara VanDerveer announced Tuesday that Katy Steding ’90 and Britney Anderson will join her staff as assistant coaches.
For the first time since 1971 and just the second time in the history of the MLB draft, Stanford baseball did not have a player selected. The shortened affair lasted just five rounds and 160 selections.
I don’t think I was afraid of standing out, either. I was, after all, wearing my Dodgers hat in a sea of brown and orange. I looked, but I could not find a reason why I stood. So I told myself I wouldn’t anymore.
On Monday senior guard DiJonai Carrington announced her decision to transfer to Baylor, where she will be eligible immediately for the 2020-21 season as a graduate transfer. The San Diego native was a dual major in psychology and African & African American studies.
Keeping six feet apart won't be too difficult in the usually empty Stanford stadium.
While athletics are on hold, Stanford women’s basketball has seen a flurry of activity over the past few weeks as upperclassmen and coaches prepare for the 2020-21 season.
On Wednesday, U.S. Soccer announced the immediate end of operation for the Development Academy (DA) system due to financial concerns caused by COVID-19. The program, which was intended to feed talent into the national team program, was launched just over two years ago on the girl’s side but did not last long.
There are a lot of reasons to believe that Stanford never fully adopted a sports, nor even football, culture. As national Heisman voters did not vote for Christian McCaffrey ’18 because they could not bother to watch his games, Stanford students would not bike over to Stanford Stadium for games.
Ionescu scored 15 of her 20 points in a breakout second quarter that Oregon won 29-9. The Ducks beat the Cardinal in the Pac-12 tournament championship for the second time in three years. The final score was 89-56 in the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.
The Cardinal fell 6-1 in the finale of a four-game series with Kansas State (9-6, 0-0 Big 12) on Sunday.
The response from Stanford head coach VanDerveer to UCLA’s press defense was brilliant and exemplified Stanford’s effort to avenge the regular season loss and book a ticket to the championship game with a 67-51 win.
Game 2 of Saturday’s doubleheader was decidedly less successful for the Cardinal than the prior game. Stanford answered Kansas State’s two-run fourth inning with a run of its own, but surrendered nine straight runs to lose 11-1.
No. 7 Stanford (25-5, 14-4 Pac-12) played preseason-top-10 Oregon State three times this season, won all three and improved each time.
It is a new era for Stanford baseball (4-9, 0-0 Pac-12), one that includes openers. Freshman RHP Nathan Fleischli started the game, pitched an inning and two thirds, then handed the ball off to junior RHP Brendan Beck.