Stanford men’s and women’s tennis earned wins this week at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. The No. 13 men’s team completed a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the No. 5 Ohio State Wednesday, and the team snapped a four-game losing streak. After falling to No. 1 USC, No. 12 TCU and No. 4 Texas twice over the past three weeks, the Stanford men bounced back with a strong performance all around at home.
After wins over strong opponents in the first two rounds of the ITA National Team Indoor Championships in Chicago this past weekend, the No. 1 Stanford women’s tennis team fell hard in a 0-4 loss to No. 4 UCLA on Sunday.
The No. 8 Stanford men’s tennis team stretched its winning streak to three this past weekend with back-to-back sweeps of Grand Canyon on Friday afternoon and Pacific on Saturday. The team is now 5-1 on the season at home and 6-1 overall.
Stanford football head coach David Shaw announced the signing of four more recruits on National Signing Day Wednesday, bringing the 2020 incoming class’ total to 26 signees.
The men's squad met mixed results while the women stayed perfect over the weekend.
Stanford tennis went undefeated in four games at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend this past Saturday and Sunday at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. The women’s team swept both of its weekend opponents, South Florida (USF) on Saturday and Washington State on Sunday, while the men’s team defeated Tulane 4-1 on Saturday and rival Cal 4-0 on Sunday.
In honor of the Big Game this week, we decided to put together a list of the best players in the NFL from Stanford and Cal by position. Here’s one full starting lineup made up exclusively of former Cardinal and Golden Bear players who are currently playing in the NFL.
’s the best football player I’ve been around, on the same team or coached,” Harbaugh told the AP before Luck’s 2010 Heisman ceremony. “And he’s equally one of the finest young men I’ve ever been around, too.”
Stanford tennis’ run in the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships ended quickly last weekend, with the Cardinal’s four representatives all falling in the first or second rounds. Stanford qualified seven players last season, but this year the team lacks the depth it’s had in years past. The Oracle ITA National Fall Championships features 128 of…
After three days of competition at Taube Family Tennis Stadium, one player remains for the Cardinal as the semifinal round of the 2019 ITA Men’s Northwest Regional Championships kicks off Monday morning. Sophomore Sangeet Sridhar defeated Gonzaga senior and 2019 First-Team Singles All-West honoree Samuel Feit (7-6(5), 6-3) on Saturday to reach the semis; he will face Cal sophomore Yuta Kikuchi on Monday morning at 10 a.m. Kikuchi is the tournament’s No. 1 seed and was named Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year at the end of last season.
Over the past decade, though, Steinmetz’s work has moved in focus from desolate desert landscapes to incisive climate change photojournalism, covering global food scarcity and some of the world’s largest and most brutal slaughterhouses.
It was a quiet week for Stanford players in the NFL, with many of the NFL’s former Cardinal players on byes during Week 7, including the Pittsburgh Steelers’ David DeCastro and the Carolina Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey. Usual contributors like the Philadelphia Eagles’ Zach Ertz and San Francisco 49ers’ Richard Sherman had quiet games, showing up when called upon but not providing any highlight plays or a notable stat line.
“Lacks suddenness and crisp feet in his route work underneath. Hands need work. Was late getting hands ready and had nine drops over two seasons for drop rate of almost 11 percent. Catch radius just average for his size.”
You couldn’t go anywhere near sports Twitter this past weekend without seeing highlights of the best active player in the NFL to have come through Stanford all over your feed. Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey put on a stunning performance against the feeble Jacksonville Jaguars defense on Sunday that has put him solidly in…
An unconvincing, last-second Stanford win over perennial Pac-12 North cellar dwellers Oregon State did little to calm the nerves of the Cardinal faithful. Now, Stanford begins a month at home and a three-game homestand facing No. 15 Washington.
In an ongoing series, The Daily’s Shan Reddy discusses Stanford football’s presence in the NFL, covering the top performances of the past week from the program’s alumni. The NFL season is once again in full swing. The first four weeks of the year have seen several former Cardinal players prove to be among the league’s…
Stanford currently sits at 1-3 and is just getting into the heart of a schedule deemed to be the most difficult in the nation preseason. To say the least, the Cardinal’s ten-year run of bowl appearances is in jeopardy. Entering the season, however, it was always a possibility that Stanford would start the season 0-4. Although an opening day victory over Northwestern lifted the spirits of the Cardinal faithful, the three consecutive losses have disheartened many. Now, the game that casual fans and pundits alike pointed to as the first likely win has presented itself: a trip to take on Oregon State. The Daily’s King Jemison, Shan Reddy and Daniel Martinez-Krams talk expectations for the defense, quarterbacks and the Beavers rushing game.
Anticipation for the upcoming 2019 college football season continues to build as Pac-12 and national sports news media released their annual preseason watchlists and All-American teams last week.