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Savanna Stewart

Cardinal crumble: Men’s hoops toppled by Trojans in overtime

Despite leading USC (15-3, 4-1 Pac-12) 45-25 at halftime on Saturday, Stanford men's basketball (15-3, 4-1 Pac-12) was unable to overcome its second half collapse and preserve the conference’s final remaining perfect record. The Trojans outscored the visiting Cardinal 44-24 in the second to send the thriller to overtime before sealing the deal in a 82-78 USC victory.

First win at UCLA in 15 years preserves men’s hoops perfection

The last time Stanford men's basketball team defeated UCLA in its historic Pauley Pavilion, the members of the current Cardinal squad were probably just beginning to fall in love with the sport. The Card had been unable to accomplish the feat in almost 15 years, until Wednesday when a career-high 24 points from freshman guard Tyrell Terry were just what Stanford (15-2, 4-0 Pac-12) needed to secure a 74-59 victory over the Bruins (8-9, 1-3 Pac-12).

Huskies, Cougars to be next Pac-12 foes for men’s hoops

In the second and third games of conference play, Stanford men's basketball (12-2, 1-0 Pac-12) aims to defend its home court against visiting Washington (11-4, 1-1 Pac-12) on Thursday and Washington State (10-5, 1-1 Pac-12) on Saturday. Alongside Arizona (11-3, 1-0 Pac-12), Stanford remains undefeated in the Pac-12 after opening the new year and conference play with a 68-52 defeat of Cal on January 2.

Daejon Davis does it all for the Cardinal in win over Berkeley

With 20 points, six rebounds, and five assists, junior guard Daejon Davis showcased his skill set in the first conference game for men's hoops on Thursday. Despite a slow start that kept Stanford off the scoreboard until nearly four minutes into play, a strong second half helped the Cardinal (12-2, 1-0 Pac-12) soar to a 68-52 victory over the Golden Bears (6-8, 0-1 Pac-12).

Cardinal men’s hoops conquered by No. 5 Kansas

Stanford fell because shots did not. Fans in Maples Pavilion witnessed the Cardinal's worst first-half shooting of the year as only five of Stanford's 23 shots found their way to the basket. Taking advantage of Stanford's struggles, the No. 5 Jayhawks (10-2, 0-0 Big 12) secured an early lead and soared to a 72-56 victory over the Card on Sunday.

Another 20 points for Terry, another win for men’s hoops

Overcoming a season-high 20 turnovers, Stanford men's basketball (11-1, 0-0 Pac-12) fought to a narrow 62-59 victory over the University of San Diego (6-8, 0-0 WCC) on Saturday. The win — which continues Stanford's best start to the season since 2008 — was the first of four games in the inaugural Al Attles Classic at the new Chase Center in San Francisco. It was the first neutral site game in the city since the 1939 NCAA tournament.

Spartans squashed by men’s hoops

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.

Stanford hoops back in action this weekend

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.

First loss for men’s hoops comes against Butler in final seconds of Hall of Fame Classic

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.

Baseball in the Big Game: Two-sport stars from the Bay

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.

Lacie Hull leads charge over Northern Colorado

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.

Terry, Delaire carry Cardinal to victory over 49ers

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.
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