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Coming off two thrilling conference victories, Stanford basketball started off cold in snowy Pullman as two players — senior guard Dorian Pickens and freshman forward Kezie Okpala — owned 32 of the Cardinal's 38 first-half points.
Stanford football's defensive unit has been known, at least in the past decade, for its gritty front seven that boasts "intellectual brutality." This year the strongest component of the defense might be the secondary, as defensive backs coach Duane Akina has put together a group so deep you can hardly see the bottom.
No. 2 women’s water polo not only won its sixth NCAA title — and fifth in the last seven years — on Sunday, but it also made history for Stanford by claiming its 113th NCAA team championship, a feat that only UCLA has also accomplished. The following is a breakdown of Cardinal’s key athletic accomplishments and…
Service and attacking errors hindered the ability of No. 9 Stanford men’s volleyball (13-13, 8-10 MPSF) to even nip at the heels of No. 3 BYU (24-3, 16-2) in the MPSF quarterfinals on Saturday in Provo, Utah, where the Cougars swept the match 25-19, 25-21, 25-18.
It’s Wednesday of Dead Week, and though there’s a two-week break in the schedule for final exams, the men’s basketball team is warming up for practice like any other day. “Today, the first thing we’re going to do at practice is show a clip yesterday of three guys diving on the floor,” booms a mellifluous,…
After winning the women's 800-meter at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Indoor Track and Field Championships last year, junior Olivia Baker repeated her feat on Saturday in Seattle to qualify for the NCAA Championships.
Stanford men's basketball (8-7, 0-3 Pac-12) turned the ball over 21 times to the Trojans (15-1, 2-1) in a 72-56 loss on Thursday night at USC.
Defensive end Solomon Thomas will declare early for the NFL Draft, he announced Wednesday morning.
No. 6 seed Stanford women's volleyball made short work of the Longhorns Saturday night as it bested fourth-seeded Texas in four sets to reign victorious in the NCAA Championship.
The Cardinal women's volleyball team will become the youngest ever to play for the national title after handling No. 2-seeded Minnesota 26-24, 25-19, 22-25, 25-22 in the NCAA semifinals on Thursday.
Star running back Christian McCaffrey will enter the 2017 NFL Draft, Bleacher Report said Tuesday.
With just over seven minutes left, junior point guard Robert Cartwright stole the ball, drove down the court and found center Grant Verhoeven for an easy layup to pull the Cardinal within five points. But the senior’s team-high 12 points and electric second-half play could not rally the team back as Stanford men’s basketball (6-2) came up short at home against No. 12 Saint Mary’s (6-0) 66-51.
After getting upset by Gonzaga at home just two days prior, No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball (3-1) rebounded by trouncing the CSUN Matadors (2-2) 88-54 on Sunday.
Stanford football has seen its share of blowouts in the past year. This time around, however, the Cardinal were on the wrong side of the rout as No. 10 Washington (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12) man-handled Stanford (3-1, 2-1 Pac-12) 44-6 during a statement game for the Huskies in front of a sellout crowd in Seattle.
Men’s soccer struggled to find the net on Friday as the No. 23 Cardinal (3-2-3) was bested by San Francisco, 2-1, ending their eight-game undefeated streak against the Dons in Stanford’s final non-conference match.
The No. 5 Stanford water polo team (8-2), finished fifth in the MPSF Invitational on Sunday following three wins against ranked teams and a loss to No. 4 Pacific in the weekend tournament.
Senior forward Kailee Johnson will not return to play for the Stanford women's basketball team in her final season of eligibility.
An electrical failure at Humanities House activated a fire alarm, forced a temporary student evacuation and elicited a response from the Palo Alto Fire Department on Feb. 16. Although no property was damaged, it was the latest in a series of problems in the new building that have frustrated and, on occasion, displaced residents.
Dozens of students gathered in the Women’s Community Center (WCC) on Thursday afternoon to hear from Professor Robert Jensen of the University of Texas at Austin, the first talk of four in the True Gentleman Speaker Series.
Around 200 students attended the OpenXChange Listening Dinner to express concerns about Stanford to 33 University administrators, professors and trustees in McCaw Hall on Monday.
Assistant professor of computer science Christopher Ré received a “genius grant” from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation on Monday. One of 24 fellowship prizes, the $625,000 grant will fund his work in a breadth of computer science areas.
Three weeks ago, professor of economics Mark Duggan assumed the directorship of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR). The Daily sat down with him to hear about his plans for expanding undergraduate research in economic policy and better communicating research to policymakers.
Just over a year ago, the University announced the closing of popular sandwich eatery Ike’s Place, much to the chagrin of students who had enjoyed its being a delicious alternative to dining halls and other food outlets operated by Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE). A small group of students organized a protest in White Plaza, but the effort seemed light and expressive rather than one that actually expected to save Ike’s.