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Sanjay Srinivas

Women’s basketball splits weekend trip to SoCal

No. 12 Stanford women’s basketball (15-5, 5-3 Pac-12) split its weekend road swing in Los Angeles, beating USC (15-5. 3-5) 57-47 on Friday night before losing to No. 20 UCLA (14-5, 6-2) 56-36 on Sunday. On their trip to southern California, the Cardinal continued to exhibit both elite defensive play and stretches of offensive inconsistency. The…

Women’s basketball splits road games in Oregon

Friday night in Eugene, the No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball team needed two clutch baskets from junior guard Lili Thompson in the last 35 seconds in order to grasp a 64-62 victory against unranked Oregon. With the win, the Cardinal improved to 14-3 and 4-1 in the Pac-12, while Oregon dropped to 11-5 and 0-5…

Golf teams post strong showings in early-season tournaments

No. 9 Stanford women’s golf continued its strong fall season with a victory at the Stanford Intercollegiate on Oct. 18-20. The win marked both the second straight year the Cardinal have won the tournament at their home course and the team’s second victory in three starts this fall. The Cardinal’s wire-to-wire victory came on the…

Kelley O’Hara returns to The Farm, reflects on soccer career

Although its recent World Cup victory has turned the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team into national celebrities, defender Kelley O’Hara ’10 has long been a star on the Stanford campus. O’Hara and USWNT teammate Christen Press ’11 took the field at halftime of Stanford football’s game against UCLA on Thursday to raucous, familiar cheers from…

Women’s soccer defeats Ducks, stays atop conference

Andi Sullivan’s 75th minute header gave No. 6 Stanford women’s soccer (11-2, 5-0 Pac-12) its fifth straight win, a 1-0 contest over Oregon (4-9, 1-4 Pac-12), but the scoreboard did not truly reflect Stanford’s dominance on the field. Like they have all season, the Cardinal possessed the ball for most of the match, constantly pushing forward…

With rejuvenated offense, women’s soccer set to face Oregon State

No. 5 Stanford women’s soccer (9-2, 3-0 Pac-12) returns home to face Oregon State (5-3-3, 1-2-0 Pac-12) tonight. After struggling to score for most of their nonconference schedule, the Cardinal regularly found the back of the net in each of their three Pac-12 wins, recording nine goals against Utah, Arizona State and Arizona. Stanford’s offensive…

Women’s volleyball triumphs in five-set thriller against Arizona

In its second-straight five-set game, eighth-ranked Stanford women’s volleyball (8-3, 2-1 Pac-12) defeated No. 14 Arizona (11-4, 1-2 Pac-12) in an exhilarating back-and forth contest at the McKale Center in Tucson. The Wildcats set the tone of the match early, recording an efficient 25-15 first set score on the heels of a .360 hitting percentage.…

Stanford women’s soccer starts hot in conference play

After struggling to find the back of the net over its last six games, No. 8 Stanford women’s soccer (7-2-0, 1-0-0 Pac-12) scored in bunches on Friday, defeating Utah (3-4-3, 0-1-0 Pac-12) 4-1 in its first conference game of the season. The Cardinal’s offensive explosion in the second half was preceded by a Utes goal…

Women’s soccer begins conference play at Utah

Eighth-ranked Stanford women’s soccer (6-2-0) travels to Salt Lake City on Friday to open Pac-12 play against Utah (3-3-3).   The Cardinal are coming off a difficult 1-0 loss to No. 23 Santa Clara in which they were outshot for the first time all season. In the Cardinal’s first seven games, their possession-based style of…

Cardinal look to take advantage of opportunities ahead of UC Davis

Sixth-ranked Stanford women’s soccer (5-1) ends its four-game homestand against UC Davis (5-2-1) on Thursday night. The Cardinal dominated possession in each of their first six games, recording 118 shots while conceding only 27, but head coach Paul Ratcliffe’s side has not made the most of its opportunities. While the Cardinal have been incredibly proficient at…

Women’s soccer remains undefeated through four games

No. 2 Stanford women’s soccer (4-0-0) ended Labor Day Weekend with 1-0 victories over Cal Poly (2-2-2) on Friday and No. 9 BYU (4-1-0) on Monday. The Cardinal took both games on the strength of dominant possession, incisive passing and ferocious on-ball defense – traits head coach Paul Ratcliffe’s side has demonstrated throughout the early…

Cardinal look to continue strong play against Cal Poly, BYU

Second-ranked Stanford women’s soccer (2-0) travels to San Luis Obispo on Friday to take on Cal Poly (1-1-2) before returning home to play No. 9 BYU (3-0). Friday’s match will be Cal Poly’s home opener after the Mustangs’ four tense road contests. After two draws, the Mustangs lost 2-0 to No. 1 Virginia in one…

Stanford in the NFL: A look at the 2015 draft class

Stanford football’s resurgence in the last decade has given the program several new traditions: major bowl games, conference championships and graduates playing for the Indianapolis Colts. Henry Anderson ’15 and David Parry ’15 were the latest to make the move from Palo Alto to Indianapolis, where they have played their way into prominent positions on…

Surprising run of dominance propels women’s golf to NCAA final

Stanford women’s golf will attempt to win its first national championship on Wednesday after advancing to the final of the NCAA tournament with a big win over USC, the tournament’s top overall seed. After five grueling days of golf, Stanford will face fellow dark horse Baylor in match play to determine the national champion. The…

Women’s golf heads to NCAA championships after solid regional

After battling through wind, rain and an extremely competitive field in its NCAA Regional, Stanford women’s golf looks to end its season strong at the NCAA Championships in Bradenton, Florida. The field of 24 teams will encounter a new format for the tournament this year. After three rounds of stroke play, the field will be cut…
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