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Teddy Solomon
Teddy Solomon is a staff writer in the sports section and a host of the Stanford Daily Men's Basketball Podcast. He is a freshman from San Francisco who is planning on majoring in Economics and considering a minor in Mathematical and Computational Science. Teddy is a competitive table tennis player, an avid investor, and a lifelong college basketball fanatic. Contact him at tsolomon 'at'

Offseason Update: Men’s basketball in the Pac-12, Part 1

It’s time to get into a Pac-12 men’s basketball offseason update, where we talk about the transfers, recruits and coaches that each team has added ahead of next season. Today, I'll discuss what the offseason has had to offer for the first six of the Pac-12 teams and what we can expect to see from new additions to the Cardinal's conference foes.

Men’s hoops set to take on No. 21 Oregon in Eugene

Stanford men’s basketball (5-2, 1-0 Pac-12) has had a turbulent season. With six total cancellations or postponements, including its matchup against Oregon State originally scheduled for Thursday, it has surely been the most unpredictable college basketball season of all time. The Cardinal looks to stay focused, however, as it heads into the biggest game of the season thus far against No. 21 Oregon (7-1, 1-0 Pac-12) on Saturday.

Pac-12 matchup postponed for men’s hoops

Stanford men’s basketball (5-2, 1-0 Pac-12) was scheduled to play its first road game of the Pac-12 season on Thursday against Oregon State (4-3, 0-1 Pac-12), but due to Covid-19 contact tracing and testing results within the Beavers’ program, the matchup has been canceled.

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.
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