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Elizabeth Trinh
Elizabeth Trinh ‘18, who is currently a sophomore sports Desk Editor at The Stanford Daily, works Monday nights with her other half, (formerly Alexa Philippou) Amanda McLean. Hailing from a small town in the Peach State, she enjoys the thrill of writing, but she won't be writing too much this year because she has dedicated her time to other ventures. Although she is currently undecided as to her major, Elizabeth plans on loafing around for the longest time as possible. To contact Elizabeth, please email her at entrinh 'at' stanford.edu.

Senior sit down: Luke Pappas

As the baseball player with the team’s highest batting average this season, senior Luke Pappas divulged to The Stanford Daily that he has two girlfriends: school and baseball. The Stanford Daily’s Elizabeth Trinh sat down with Pappas to discuss his time on the Farm, his role on the team and his future plans after he graduates. The…

Softball takes on No. 19 Cal in last series of regular season

After salvaging a win in its last home game against the No. 23 Arizona State Sun Devils, the Stanford softball team will close out the 2015 regular season against rival No. 19 California at Levine-Fricke Field. Although the series looks to be unfavorable for the Cardinal, last Sunday’s turnaround is enough to remind the team that…

Softball travels to Tucson to play a top-twenty team

Coming from a series loss against No. 2 Oregon, Stanford softball (16-29, 1-14 Pac-12) travels to Tucson to take on No. 19 Arizona (34-12, 9-6 Pac-12) in a three-game series. “Tucson is an interesting place to play. In the stands, they get really fired up. Their fans are really into the game, so playing in that…

Stanford outslugs Pacific in high-scoring affair

Although Stanford’s softball team led Tuesday night’s game 9-2 going into the top of the seventh inning, Pacific came back with five runs, but that was not enough to obtain a win over the Cardinal, which won 9-7. Stanford (16-19) defeated the Tigers (10-26) 9-5 earlier this season at the Stanford Nike Invitational. Starting strong, the Cardinal…

Men’s swimming takes home second place in Pac-12 championships

In the 2015 Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships, hosted at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Washington, Stanford’s men’s swimming finished a close second to USC, which beat the Cardinal 818.5-809.5 for the title. Although the Cardinal and the Trojans were neck-and-neck for first, USC won the 400-yard freestyle relay finale, which secured them the title over Stanford, Cal, Arizona,…

Looking ahead to sand volleyball’s third season at Stanford

Stanford’s sand volleyball team enters its third season as a varsity sport. Hosting the NorCal Invitational – which includes Stanford, California, Pacific, Sacramento State, Saint Mary’s, San Jose State, Santa Clara and USF – this weekend, the Cardinal will open the competition in a contest against Sacramento State on Friday at 3 p.m. at the…

Softball secures win over Aggies with late-inning rally

Stanford softball (8-4) managed to fend off a late comeback effort from UC Davis (4-8) on Wednesday night, earning a 4-3 victory at Smith Family Stadium behind 11 hits on offense and some gutsy pitching performances. Sophomore outfielder Bessie Noll first got the Cardinal on the board with a monster solo homer to center field with two outs in the…

Senior Sit Down: Garrett Schaner’s life on the wild side

Coming off a series of wins at home, Stanford’s wrestling team has dominated its opponents this season and currently sits just one game behind conference leaders Oregon State. The Stanford Daily’s Elizabeth Trinh sat down with fifth-year senior Garrett Schaner to discuss his season thus far and to reflect on his time on the Farm. The…

Trinh: A call to revitalize Stanford’s Sixth Man

Because I am from the Deep South where the SEC is practically in my backyard, I have always been a sports enthusiast. Football has been a continual favorite, but I follow most other sports as well because I was raised to believe that they are a way of life. The big three — football, basketball,…

Senior Sit Down: Alex Yorke and Ariel Posner, squash

As Stanford’s women’s squash prepares for the upcoming matches against Columbia, Dartmouth, Yale, and Trinity this weekend, The Stanford Daily’s Elizabeth Trinh sat down with seniors Ariel Posner and Alex Yorke to discuss their shared major, symbolic systems, and to reflect on their four years on the Farm.

Both gymnastics teams enjoy successful weekends

No. 4 Stanford men’s gymnastics (1-0, 1-0 MPSF) was victorious over the rival No. 8 California Golden Bears (0-1, 0-1 MPSF) Saturday night on the road at Haas Pavilion, starting off the 2015 season by clinching a 429.050-425.000 win. The women's team (1-3-1, 0-1 Pac-12) also had a successful weekend at San Jose State, bringing home both the team and individual victories.

Senior Sit Down: Lo’eau LaBonta and Chioma Ubogagu

Heading into the NCAA women’s soccer tournament, the Stanford women’s soccer team continues to work tirelessly to accomplish its singular goal: emerge as champions. Staff writer Elizabeth Trinh of The Stanford Daily sat down with senior midfielder/forward Lo’eau LaBonta and senior forward Chioma Ubogagu to reflect on their Stanford soccer experiences. The Stanford Daily (TSD):…

Senior Sit Down: Men’s soccer’s Zach Batteer and Austin Meyer

The Stanford men’s soccer team continues to climb in the national rankings, asserting its dominance and demanding respect on the field. With a strong start to the second half of the team's conference schedule already secured, The Stanford Daily’s Elizabeth Trinh sat down with senior forward Zach Batteer and fifth-year senior midfielder Austin Meyer to reflect on this season and discuss their goals for the rest of the season.

No. 8 Stanford keeps impressing with win over Aztecs

After a strong effort in tying the No. 1 UCLA Bruins 1-1 last Thursday in Westwood, the No. 8 Stanford men’s soccer team (10-2-3, 3-1-3 Pac-12) traveled to conference foe San Diego State (7-11, 1-8) and walked away with a 1-0 overtime victory to continue a strong start to the second half of the season.

Women’s soccer: Farr’s goal enough as Card best USC

USC’s home field advantage did not keep No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer (11-1-2) from dominating the match on Sunday against the Trojans, winning 1-0. With the way the contest played out, USC would have needed more than a Trojan horse to defeat the Cardinal on McAlister Field in Los Angeles. The Women of Troy have…

Late breakthrough yields big win over undefeated Washington State

In a battle of undefeated squads, No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer (10-0-2, 2-0-1 Pac-12) came out ahead in a 1-0 match that was not as close as the final score indicated to win Sunday afternoon's game against Washington State (7-1-2, 2-1-0), which broke a nine-match unbeaten streak on the part of the Cougars to open the season.
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