Undefeated Stanford (11-0, 8-0 Pac-12) enters Saturday’s game at Colorado (5-6, 3-5 Pac-12) on a roll both offensively and defensively, holding all 11 opponents to 41% field goal shooting or worse.
In response to such conversations, here is a breakdown of the salaries of all Power 5 football coaches to allow readers to draw their own conclusions about collegiate coaching salaries.
Friday’s game will mark the first game of the season in the city 40 miles south of Stanford for the women’s team. And, unfortunately for the Cardinal, the team coming to town is the one to whom the Cardinal has lost three straight and five of the last six matchups.
No. 1 Stanford (7-0, 4-0 Pac-12) has the opportunity to start 2021 with two statement wins that would strengthen their hold on the top spot in the AP Poll, as the team will travel to Arizona for matchups against No. 6 Arizona (7-0, 5-0 Pac-12) and Arizona State (6-2, 2-2 Pac-12).
No. 1 Stanford (6-0, 3-0 Pac-12) will conclude play in 2020 with a matchup against the No. 11 UCLA Bruins (5-1, 3-1 Pac-12) at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles on Monday. The 12 p.m. PT matchup features two of the five ranked teams in the conference and will be the Cardinal’s first major test of the season.
Head coach Tara VanDerveer made history in No. 1 Stanford’s last game, a 104-61 win at Pacific (0-1, 0-0 WCC), as she became the winningest coach in NCAA women’s basketball history. Since then, the Cardinal (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) have shifted their focus to Saturday’s matchup against USC (1-3, 0-3 Pac-12). Pac-12 Networks will broadcast the game at 6 p.m. PT from the Galen Center in Los Angeles.
After three straight wins on the road, Stanford is headed for the bounceback year many expected in 2020. Stanford will practice in Santa Barbara to prepare for Saturday’s game against UCLA. The Daily’s Jibriel Taha, Sofia Scekic and Ells Boone gathered for one last time to tie up loose ends.
Two days after matching Pat Summit’s record for most career wins in women’s Division I college basketball history, head coach Tara VanDerveer will have the opportunity to break Summit’s record when No. 1 Stanford (4-0, 2-0 Pac-12) plays Pacific (0-0, 0-0 WCC) on Tuesday.
Stanford will travel to Oregon State with a chance to move above .500 for the first time since 2018. The Daily’s Sofia Scekic, Jacob Neidig, Ells Boone and Jibriel Taha huddle up to discuss signal callers, Stanford’s trajectory and their thoughts on “whatever it takes.”
As the saying goes, “third time's the charm” — and it looks like, after two cancellations, the women’s basketball team will finally play their second game of the season.
Following Santa Clara County’s designation of "Purple Tier," the tier with the strictest COVID-19 restrictions, Stanford Athletics released updated competition and training guidelines for football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving as well as all other winter sports.
Fresh off a season-opening rout of Cal Poly, the No. 2 Cardinal (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) women’s basketball team will face off against the University of San Diego (0-0, 0-0 WCC) at Maples Pavilion on Monday for their second game of the season.
After a nearly nine month hiatus, No. 2 Stanford (0-0, 0-0 Pac-12) now has a shot at redemption. The Cardinal will take the court on Wednesday for a matchup against Cal Poly (0-0, 0-0 BWC) at Maples Pavilion. Tip-off is scheduled for 11 am PST.
The women’s softball and swimming and diving teams were two of the many Stanford sports teams to sign their newest classes of commits to National Letters of Intent last week. The softball team added five, while the swimming and diving team signed six swimmers and one diver to add depth for the reigning national champions.
Men’s and women’s gymnastics were also among the teams to pen recruits. The reigning NCAA champions signed five while the women’s side signed four.
After Albane Valenzuela and Andrea Lee left the Farm early last year to turn pro, the three women's golf standouts will be a welcome addition to a team that already includes two All-Americans in Aline Krauter and Angelina Ye.
The Pac-12 Conference announced today the weekly matchups and game sites for its 2020-21 women’s basketball regular season, which is set to tip off on Dec. 4 and conclude on March 1. Additionally, Stanford announced the dates of three non-conference matchups that will all take place early in the season at Maples Pavilion.
In the history of the NFL, one would be hard-pressed to find a position that has undergone as many changes as fullbacks. Once the superstars of the league and led by dynamic Hall of Famers like Jim Taylor and Jim Brown, just 14 of the 32 NFL teams held a fullback on the active roster, according to Over The Cap, last October. Despite the fullback’s steady decline at the professional level, senior Houston Heimuli was not deterred from trying the position in high school.
Although Pac-12 football won’t return until November, multiple other Power 5 conferences kicked off their football seasons this weekend. In the process, two former Cardinal players suited up for the first time to represent their new schools.
Six years of work and hundreds of interviews later, the work of Jason Cole ’84 culminates in “Elway: A Relentless Life,” the first detailed biography of John Elway ’83. The book, set to be released on Sept. 15, documents the life of one of the most prolific quarterbacks to play for the Cardinal and in the NFL.