Twenty-five points from junior forward Oscar da Silva carried Stanford men’s basketball (9-1, 0-0 Pac-12) to victory against the San Jose State Spartans (3-8, 0-2 MW) on Saturday. It was the first true road game for the Card, after seven total games on the Farm and two neutral-site contests during the Hall of Fame Classic.
Following 13- and 15-day long breaks from competition, respectively, Stanford men's and women's basketball both look to continue successful seasons this weekend. Men's hoops (8-1, 0-0 Pac-12) takes to the road to battle San Jose State on Saturday, and the No. 1 women (8-0, 0-0 Pac-12) take on the Ohio State Buckeyes at home in Maples on Sunday.
Stanford's home victory follows its first loss of the season — a 68-67 defeat to Butler in the Hall of Fame Classic Championship — that snapped a seven-game win streak and Stanford’s best start to a season in 11 years.
After soaring to seven straight victories, Stanford men's basketball (7-1, 0-0 Pac-12) was unable to come out on top in Tuesday night's 68-67 battle against Butler (7-0, 0-0 Big East). The Cardinal-Bulldog contest was the championship round of the Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, Missouri, and the defeat shattered Stanford's unblemished 7-0 start to the season.
Protecting its perfect record, Stanford men's basketball (7-0, 0-0 Pac-12) overpowered Oklahoma (5-1, 0-0 Pac-12) 73-54 in the semi-final round of the Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, Missouri. The Cardinal also served the Sooners their first loss of the 2019-20 season.
After opening the season with six consecutive home wins, Stanford men’s basketball (6-0, 0-0 Pac-12) travels to Kansas City, Missouri for the Hall of Fame Classic in the team’s first road trip of 2019-20. The Cardinal’s first test at the neutral-site Sprint Center comes on Monday with a game against Oklahoma (5-0, 0-0 Big-12) at 6:30 p.m. PST.
Over the course of its 122-year history, the Big Game has featured a number of football phenoms. Many of them, such as Stanford alumnus Andrew Luck or former Cal quarterback Aaron Rogers, have gone on to have successful careers in the NFL. Less common, however — though hardly less impressive — is the number of athletes in the rivalry that have dominated on both the diamond and the field. Both the Cardinal and the Golden Bears have had many athletes take on Division-I football and baseball, however, there are a couple names that stand out through history.
Closing out its season-opening homestand, Stanford men’s basketball (6-0, 0-0 Pac-12) took down the William and Mary Tribe (4-2, 0-0 CAA) 81-50 on Thursday. For the first time since 2008, the Cardinal remains undefeated after six games.
A career-high 21 points from sophomore forward Jaiden Delaire carried the Cardinal (5-0, 0-0 Pac-12) to a 76-55 victory over Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks (0-5, 0-0 MEAC) on Tuesday. It is the first time Stanford has opened a season with five wins since 2011.
Looking to improve to a perfect 5-0 in its best start to the season since 2016, Stanford men's basketball (4-0, 0-0 Pac-12) will face the Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks (0-4, 0-0 MEAC) Tuesday in Maples Pavilion. A quick turnaround, the Cardinal will also take on William and Mary on Thursday.
In the program’s best start to the season since 2016, Stanford men’s basketball (4-0, 0-0 Pac-12) defeated Santa Clara (3-1, 0-0 WCC) 82-64 on Saturday. The victory was the fourth straight for the Cardinal, and the fourth of six consecutive home games in Maples Pavilion.
After her twin sister posted a career-high performance against USF on Saturday, sophomore guard Lacie Hull followed suit on Thursday, tallying a team-high 19 points for No. 3 women’s basketball (3-0, 0-0 Pac-12). Hull finished the night 8-for-11, in addition to snagging five rebounds, as the Cardinal defeated the Northern Colorado Bears (0-3, 0-0 Big Sky) 90-36 at Maples Pavilion.
Big offensive numbers from freshman guard Tyrell Terry and sophomore forward Jaiden Delaire helped Cardinal men’s basketball (3-0, 0-0 Pac-12) claim a 86-58 win over Long Beach State (1-2, 0-0 Big West) on Tuesday. With the victory, Stanford moved to 3-0 on the season, with defeats coming last week over Montana and Cal State Fullerton.
Following a 70-54 defeat of Cal State Fullerton on Saturday, Stanford men's basketball (2-0, 0-0 Pac-12) will face the 49ers of Long Beach State (1-1, 0-0 Big West) tonight. The game is the third of six straight home games for the Card to open the season.
Never leading by less than seven, Stanford men’s basketball (2-0, 0-0 Pac-12) defeated Cal State Fullerton (0-2, 0-0 Big West) in a 70-54 decision Saturday night.
After opening the 2019-20 season with a 92-27 victory over Eastern Washington (0-1, 0-0 Big Sky) on Tuesday, No. 3 Stanford women's basketball (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) will take the court at the brand new Chase Center in San Francisco on Saturday for a battle against USF.
Despite a lackluster first half, Stanford men’s basketball, fueled by a 20-0 scoring run, secured a 73-62 victory against Montana on Wednesday to open the 2019-20 season. The battle against the Grizzlies was the collegiate debut for four Cardinal players, including redshirt freshman center Keenan Fitzmorris.
Fueled by a 15-point performance from freshman Ashten Prechtel, Stanford women’s basketball (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) walked away from the 2019-2020 season opener with a 92-27 victory over Eastern Washington on Tuesday. The sixty-five point difference was the third largest margin of victory in the program’s history.
For their first test of the 2019-2020 season, Stanford men’s basketball will battle the University of Montana Grizzlies on Wednesday. The game, which it set to tip off at 7pm, is the first time the Cardinal has hosted Montana since November 2017, when the Griz were taken down in a 70-54 decision. Though last year’s…
Protecting its perfect conference record and picking up a share of their fifth straight Pac-12 championship, No. 2 Stanford women's soccer (17-1-0, 9-0-0 Pac-12) breezed by the Arizona State Sun Devils (6-9-3, 0-7-2 Pac-12) in a 3-0 decision Wednesday night. The win was also the Cardinal's 36th consecutive home victory at Cagan Stadium.
Led by junior Michaela Gordon and the doubles duo of senior Emily Arbuthnott and freshman Angelica Blake, Stanford’s women’s tennis soared to its second consecutive sweep of the ITA Northwest Regional Championships, claiming both the singles and doubles titles Tuesday afternoon. For the 13th year in a row, Taube Family Tennis Stadium hosted the event, which began on Friday.
Stanford lost to the conference’s worst team, at home, in convincing fashion. Now, Stanford will finish a three-game homestand with Homecoming against Arizona. The two sides have not faced off since 2016, and have never met under Wildcats second-year head coach Kevin Sumlin. With five games remaining, Stanford finds itself needing to find three wins to reach bowl eligibility. The Daily’s King Jemison, Savanna Stewart and Logan Hatch talk stopping quarterbacks, starting quarterbacks and injuries, lots of injuries.
With a quick victory over the Colorado Buffaloes (8-9, 0-7 Pac-12) on Friday, No. 2 women's volleyball (12-3, 6-1 Pac-12) stretched their winning streak to five. The Cardinal secured the win in three sets (25-22, 25-12, 25-14), despite an error-riddled opening set.
After opening their season with the Women's Collegiate Classic in Malibu and the Saint Mary's Invitational in Moraga, Stanford women's tennis aims to repeat it's 2018 success with a strong showing at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships, which kick off this Friday at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. This year's contest marks the 13th-straight season the tournament has been played at Stanford.