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Cardinal thwart BYU’s comeback to advance to second round of NIT

With three seconds on the game clock, it looked like BYU sophomore TJ Haws would complete one of the best comebacks in college basketball this season. Luckily for the Cardinal, though, his three point shot hit rim. Stanford men’s basketball (19-15) advance to the second round of the NIT by a hair, defeating BYU (24-10) 86-83 on Wednesday night in Maples.

Pickens, Humphrey power Cardinal to victory on senior day

Ten seconds left. Cardinal up two. Washington State Cougars Sophomore Malachi Flynn, who has torched Stanford with 14 second-half points, brings the ball across the timeline as freshman Kezie Okpala tightly reacts to his every move. 4, 3, 2, yells the crowd. Flynn dances, and Okpala prematurely retreats into the paint. The guard steps back and fires. Short. Card take down Cougars, 86-84.

Baseball begins season with sweep of No. 17 Cal State Fullerton

Bring out the brooms! In a thrilling, 6-5 victory over No. 17 Cal State Fullerton (0-3) at Sunken Diamond, No. 13 Stanford baseball (3-0) jumps out to a perfect record in its first series of the season. The last time the Cardinal swept Fullerton was in 2008, a year in which they qualified for the College World Series in Omaha.

Cardinal defeat Cal behind Williams’ career-high 26 points

A thrilling 74-69 victory over Cal (17-9, 8-7 Pac-12) has vaunted No. 14 Stanford women’s basketball (19-8, 13-2) into first place in the conference after a rocky start to the year. The Cardinal usually win games on the strength of its veterans such as seniors Brittany McPhee and Kaylee Johnson. However, a freshman stepped up to carry the offensive load against Cal.

Men’s basketball tops Oregon State at Maples

A 20-3 run in the first eight minutes led Stanford (12-11, 6-4 Pac 12) over Oregon State (11-10, 3-6 Pac 12) in a wire-to-wire 80-71 victory at Maples. Senior Reid Travis (24 points, 9 rebounds) was nothing short of dominant. The Beavers had no answer for the Cardinal captain, who paced both teams in scoring.…

Freshmen lead Cardinal to huge win over No. 16 Arizona State

With a thrilling 86-77 home victory Wednesday night, Stanford men’s basketball won its fifth straight to continue its longest winning streak in 10 years. The Cardinal (11-8, 5-1 Pac-12) remain atop the conference after defeating No. 16 Arizona State (14-4, 2-4), and they move one step closer NCAA tournament relevancy. Faced with guarding both sharpshooting…
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