Before her 33rd year as the head coach of the Stanford women’s basketball team, the legendary Tara VanDerveer (TVD) sat down in Maples Pavilion with sports writer Daniel Martinez-Krams (DMK) to answer some questions about the upcoming season.
If you wanted a clinic on how to dominate a team in all facets of the game, all you had to do was head to Maples Pavilion on Sunday night. Stanford women’s basketball (14-8, 8-2 Pac-12) was lights out from beyond the arc, played stifling defense, and controlled the glass against Arizona (5-16, 1-9 Pac-12), jumping out to a massive lead on its way to a 79-42 victory.
Ellie Chen and Alexandre Bucquet discuss the team’s performance in the Play4Kay challenge last week.
No. 16 Stanford women’s basketball (4-3) will stay on the road this week as it gets ready to face University of San Francisco (2-3) on Wednesday.
No. 10 Stanford women’s basketball will need to hit the ground running in Columbus for its season-opening weekend, as the team gets ready to square off against No. 5 Ohio State University and top-ranked UConn.
No. 13 Stanford women’s basketball (10-2) dominated Yale (8-4) 102-44 on Wednesday at Maples Pavilion during the Cardinal’s last game before the start of the conference season.