Five weeks ago today, I wrote a column profusely praising the Stanford men’s basketball team. But oh, how things have changed since then
When the going gets tough, All-Americans show up. On Tuesday, the Stanford baseball team got a massive 11th-inning home run from junior third baseman Stephen Piscotty to nab a 9-7 win over the Pacific Tigers.
Every single day, the Oakland Athletics’ general manager continues to defy all logic
With the No. 2 Stanford baseball team kicking off its season this Friday, The Stanford Daily sat down with sophomore shortstop Lonnie Kauppila and junior centerfielder Jake Stewart to talk shop before No. 10 Vanderbilt comes to Sunken Diamond.
Freshman guard Chasson Randle was the brightest star on a dark night for the Cardinal, tallying 16 points. As a whole, Stanford committed 22 costly turnovers that led to 28 points for UCLA.
Stanford does have a 19-2 all-time record against BYU, but if the Cardinal wants to overcome the Cougars (3-4) this weekend, it will have to overcome three ranked players at the top of the lineup who are all off to hot starts in the spring season.
But despite the fact that nothing that interesting is going on in the sports world, that doesn’t mean there’s any shortage of athletes saying stupid things, most notably Giants running back Brandon Jacobs
After a long weekend that saw the Stanford men’s tennis team drop a pair of matches, the Cardinal proved it was not suffering from a hangover on Tuesday, dusting off Hawaii by a score of 6-1.