The meeting with the No. 14 USC Trojans (1-0, 0-0 Pac 12) will be the first between the schools since 2019— last season’s game was disrupted because of the COVID-19 pandemic and an abbreviated conference-only schedule.
No. 14 Southern California enters the 2021 game off of a commanding 30-7 win against San José State in USC’s home opener, while the unranked Cardinal hope to improve upon a lackluster 24-7 loss to Kansas State. That being said, it seems like the Trojans’ game to lose.
Stanford (39-17, 17-10 Pac 12) ended its season in a heartbreaking 6-5 loss against Vanderbilt (47-16, 19-10 SEC) in a hard fought game that came down to the final out.
Stanford (39-16, 17-10 Pac-12) bested Pac-12 rival Arizona (45-18, 21-9 Pac-12) 14-5 to survive and advance at the 2021 College World Series on Monday.
Stanford (38-16, 17-10 Pac-12) fell 10-4 to to North Carolina State (36-18, 19-14 ACC) in the opening game of the 2021 College World Series.
Stanford will travel to Oregon State with a chance to move above .500 for the first time since 2018. The Daily’s Sofia Scekic, Jacob Neidig, Ells Boone and Jibriel Taha huddle up to discuss signal callers, Stanford’s trajectory and their thoughts on “whatever it takes.”
In this upcoming season, Williams hopes to build off her junior campaign, in which she averaged 15.0 points and 3.8 assists per game while shooting 41.6% from the field.
Stanford’s women’s water polo team has officially added five new members after the first few days of the Fall National Signing Period.
As expected, Stanford lost its season opener to the defending Rose Bowl champs, 35-14. Less expected was Colorado hanging on for a 48-42 win over UCLA. Before Stanford meets Colorado on Saturday, The Daily’s Cybele Zhang, Jibriel Taha, Ells Boone and Jacob Neidig talk quarterbacks, a safety at quarterback and kicking.
Toohill, an All-Pac-12 Second Team Selection his final year at The Farm, was drafted in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles before being waived and picked up by the Washington Football Team on Oct. 14.
On April 6, Stanford men’s basketball freshman-phenom guard Tyrell Terry announced via his Instagram that he would forego his college eligibility and declare for the NBA Draft. Terry, who arrived at Stanford from DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis, Minn., started 31 of the Cardinal’s 32 games. He averaged 14.6 points per game while maintaining a 89.1% success rate from the charity stripe and shooting 40.8% from beyond the arc.