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Irving Rodriguez
Irving Rodriguez is a beat reporter for men's soccer and basketball. He was born in Mexico, but has lived in Chicago since second grade. He is all too willing to skip homework in order to watch the Chicago Bulls and Manchester United and will defend Derrick Rose until the very end. He likes to write about soccer, basketball and analytics. Irving is a senior majoring in Physics. To contact him, please email irodriguez 'at' stanford.edu.

Men’s basketball offense surges to stun USC

Two minutes into the game, Rosco Allen picked up his second foul on a drive to the rim. Stanford’s struggling offense would need someone else to step up with Allen — the Cardinal’s leading scorer and most consistent offensive weapon — heading to the bench. Cue Dorian Pickens. The sophomore guard poured in 25 in…

Men’s basketball to visit reeling Wazzu after big Oregon win

Fresh off an upset victory over No. 11 Oregon this past weekend, Stanford men’s basketball (12-11, 5-7 Pac-12) will continue conference play against the Washington State Cougars (9-16, 1-12 ) this Thursday evening in Pullman. The Cardinal are looking to make a late season push in their last six games before the conference tournament. Despite a disappointing…

Strong defense leads men’s basketball to victory over Cal

Behind an aggressive effort, Stanford men’s basketball (10-6, 3-2 Pac-12) emerged victorious, beating California (12-6, 2-3 Pac-12) 77-71 in the first of two meetings with its rivals across the Bay. Stanford continued its recent exceptional defensive play, holding the Golden Bears to 41.7 percent shooting from the field. The Cardinal forced the Bears’ leading scorer,…

Women’s basketball hosts top-25 matchup against George Washington

No. 15 Stanford women’s basketball will host No. 22 George Washington this Saturday in what should be an exciting game between two 2-0 and top-25 ranked squads. Both teams are looking to continue the success of their previous stellar seasons. Last year, the Cardinal captured their 11th Pac-12 Tournament Championship and appeared in their eighth consecutive Sweet…

Anthony Brown drafted to Los Angeles Lakers

At the NBA draft Thursday night, Anthony Brown ’15 became the third Cardinal player drafted to the NBA in the last two years, joining Josh Huestis ’14 and Dwight Powell ’14. Brown, a southern California native, was drafted 34th by his childhood team, the Los Angeles Lakers. His ability to shoot from deep and defend on…

Chasson Randle to play in Summer League for Golden State Warriors

Former Stanford hoops star Chasson Randle ‘15 has committed to the Golden State Warriors’ Summer League Roster after going undrafted in Thursday night’s 2015 NBA Draft. The fearless point guard forged a historic legacy during his Stanford career. He departs as Stanford’s all-time leading scorer with 2,375 career points. Randle also boasts attractive post-season experience:…

Stanford clinches NIT title in overtime thriller

Stanford played like the Cardinal of January to capture its third NIT championship in school history and its second in four years, beating Miami 66-64 in overtime. Senior guard Chasson Randle was sensational once again, dropping 25 points on 50 percent shooting from the field and delivering a championship with 6 of the team’s 7 points in overtime…
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