Savanna Stewart

Men’s hoops outlasts Bruins in overtime

Senior forward Oscar da Silva has had a number of critical performances for Stanford men's basketball (9-5, 5-3 Pac-12), but perhaps none were more crucial than his 26-point effort against UCLA (11-3, 8-1 Pac-12) on Saturday. A layup at the overtime buzzer by da Silva solidified a 73-72 Cardinal victory and handed the Bruins' their first loss in Pac-12 play.

Men’s hoops to host Huskies in Santa Cruz

Another game day approaches for Stanford men's basketball (6-3, 2-1 Pac-12) and yet Maples Pavilion will continue to sit quiet and empty. For the second time this season, Kaiser Permanente Arena will be the team's home-away-from-home on Thursday when the Cardinal host the University of Washington (1-7, 0-3 Pac-12) at the Santa Cruz venue.

Men’s hoops to meet Matadors on Tuesday

Following the postponement of Stanford men's basketball's (2-2,0-0 Pac-12) Pac-12 opener against USC (4-1, 0-0 Pac-12) on Sunday, the Cardinal now gear up to face California State University, Northridge (3-1, 0-0 Big West) at the Matadors' home court on Tuesday at 2 p.m. PT.

Men’s basketball records second win in Sunday matchup with Aggies

After Santa Clara County restrictions prompted Stanford men's basketball (2-2, 0-0 Pac-12) to cancel its remaining non-conference home games and continue training in North Carolina following the Maui Invitational, the program converted a rapidly-arranged matchup against North Carolina A&T (2-4, 0-0 MEAC) into its second win of the season on Sunday. Crucial contributions from nearly the entire Stanford roster and big offensive numbers from senior forward Oscar da Silva paved the way for the Cardinal en route to a 78-46 victory over the Aggies.

Men’s basketball opens season at Maui Invitational

After its home opener against Utah Valley was canceled last week, Stanford men's basketball travels to Asheville, North Carolina to tip off its season at the 2020 Maui Invitational. In its first test of the season, the Cardinal will take on Alabama (1-0, 0-0 SEC) Monday evening in a first-round matchup at 6:30pm PT.

Home opener canceled, focus turns to Maui Invitational for men’s hoops

In a move all too familiar after the remainder of last season was canceled abruptly in response to coronavirus, the home opener for Stanford men's basketball against Utah Valley has been called off. Set to tip off at 2pm on Wednesday, Stanford announced Tuesday that the game would no longer be taking place in light of a positive COVID-19 test within the Utah Valley program.

Visibility, voices, votes: Stanford athletes collaborate with Voice in Sport

The neglect of women's sports and the voices of female athletes is exactly what Voice in Sport hopes to address with the help of collegiate and professional athletes alike, including several of Stanford's own. Launched in 2019, the platform aims to inspire female athletes through connection to a number of tools and programs designed to address the challenges and inequalities women face in sports.

Stanford athletes inspire local youth through East Palo Alto mentorship project

Stanford student-athletes are given a platform. What they choose to do with that platform, however, is up to them. Some choose to inspire the next generation of athletes through impressive performances in competition. Some aim to be academic and athletic role models by connecting with young fans. Others, however, have done both, as in the case of Ousseni Bouda, Kyla Bryant, DiJonai Carrington and Madison Haley and their involvement with The Big Homie Project in East Palo Alto.

Isa Silva commits to 2021 basketball recruiting class

Four-star junior point guard Isa Silva became the second commit in two weeks and first of the 2021 recruiting class for Stanford men's basketball after announcing on Tuesday his plans to continue his academic and athletic career on the Farm. In a post on his personal social media, Silva revealed his decision to join the Cardinal over several other Division I programs, including Pac-12 foe Arizona.
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