After a fifth-place finish at the 2019 NCAA Championships with Stanford women’s golf, rising-senior Andrea Lee has been named the winner of the Mark H. McCormack Medal, which recognizes the top player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR).
The Phillips 66 U.S. National Championships featured exciting performances from Stanford swimmers, the rise of fresh-faced, younger swimmers, a high-profile departure from swimming and a return to it.
Team USA women’s water polo secured its fifth consecutive Pan American Games gold medal with the help of six current and past Cardinal athletes. The men’s team wasn’t far behind.
With three official practices complete, No. 23 Stanford football has opened its fall camp. Ahead of the Aug. 31 season opener against Northwestern, preparation is paramount to success for the Cardinal, a team widely considered to have the toughest schedule in the nation. “I think it’s great. I love playing in big games,” said senior…
Stanford is reflecting on the ups and downs of last season as it prepares for change in 2019.
After just two seasons as a forward on the Stanford men’s basketball team, KZ Okpala (born April 28, 1999) has become the youngest Stanford player ever selected in the NBA Draft. He is set to begin his first NBA season with the Miami Heat this fall.
It was Lochte’s first competitive swim after a 14-month long ban for receiving an unauthorized intravenous infusion above U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) regulations. In a press conference after Wednesday’s time trials, Lochte discussed his “roller-coaster” life outside the pool and what lies ahead.
A balcony collapse injured junior Ben Hallock and three other American water polo players at the Coyote Ugly nightclub in Gwangju, South Korea on Saturday night. The Americans were celebrating the U.S. women’s victory over Spain and an unprecedented third consecutive International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championship.