Jeremy Rubin
Jeremy Rubin is a managing editor in the sports section. He is a sophomore from New York City studying Human Biology and is an avid Yankees, Knicks and Jets fan who enjoys long walks and good podcasts. He's also a member of Stanford's club baseball team. Contact him at jrubin 'at'

Successful senior day for women’s hoops

Cheering fans in the stands were traded out for cardboard cutouts, and hugs from family were replaced by masks and socially distanced celebration. But, as head coach Tara VanDerveer put it, her team has “adapted" this season.

Track and field season finished

Stanford performed well given the approximately 7,000 foot change in altitude from Stanford, CA to Air Force Academy, CO, but none of the 20 Cardinal competing were able to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Championships.

Cardinal cruise in wrestling season opener

Ten months after finishing second in the Pac-12 Championships, Stanford wrestling competed in its first Pac-12 match of the 2021 season. The No. 11/17 Cardinal defeated CSU Bakersfield 29-13 in what was a triumphant return for the program.

Logan Panchot drafted 32nd

Senior midfielder/defender Logan Panchot was selected 32nd overall in the 2021 MLS Draft by the DC United on Thursday. He will forgo his senior season to enter the professional ranks this year.

11 sports return to campus

Twelve varsity teams were allowed to return to campus in full on Monday, Jan. 4, Stanford Athletics spokesperson Brian Risso confirmed in an email to The Daily.

Recruiting roundup: Beach volleyball brings in 5

The five signees — Camdyn Doucet (New Braunfels, Texas), Emma Morris (Haymarket, Va.), Serena Turner (Phoenix, Ariz.), Avi Vetter (Olympia, Wash.) and Taylor Wilson (Santa Barbara, Calif.) — will join a team that finished the COVID-19-shortened season with a 6-7 record but closed the season on a 6-2 run.

Stanford football game versus Washington State canceled

Stanford football’s game against Washington State, originally scheduled for Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. PT, was cancelled on Friday. The Cougars would not have had the minimum number of scholarship players available due to “a number of positive football student-athlete COVID-19 cases and resulting isolation of additional football student-athletes under contact tracing protocols,” according to a Stanford Athletics statement.

Stanford Athletics partners with StanfordVotes to promote voter registration

An initiative started by the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee within Stanford Athletics has been promoting voter registration for student-athletes on all varsity sports and athletics department staff. The committee, a part of Stanford’s Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation, partnered with StanfordVotes to supply voting information and resources ahead of the upcoming election.
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