No. 17 Stanford women’s basketball (16-8, 10-2 Pac-12) returns home after a momentous road trip through Oregon last weekend. Utah (15-8, 6-6) and Colorado (12-11, 3-9) come to Maples on Friday and Sunday, respectively, to face a streaking Cardinal team.
On the road in Oregon this weekend, No. 24 Stanford women’s basketball (16-8, 10-2 Pac-12) scored two huge upsets and is now tied for first in Pac-12 standings. The Cardinal got started with a 60-57 win at No. 16 Oregon State (17-6, 8-4) before handing No. 6 Oregon (21-4, 10-2) its first home loss of the season by a score of 78-65 on Sunday.
After several weeks of absence, Stanford women’s basketball is finally back in the AP Poll, checking in at No. 24. What does this tell you about the way this team has improved since the start of the season? Jack Golub (JG): Absolutely, the team has improved; it is a young group that keeps getting better…
After a pair of convincing wins over No. 25 Arizona State and Arizona, Stanford women’s basketball (14-8, 8-2 Pac-12) now heads North to take on No. 16 Oregon State (16-5, 7-3) on Friday before taking on conference-leader and sixth-ranked Oregon (20-3, 9-1) on Sunday.
Stanford women’s basketball is back in the AP rankings, coming in at 24th after dominating No. 25 Arizona State and Arizona over the weekend. The Cardinal were unranked after their defeat to No. 7 Tennessee, which dropped them to a 6-6 record before conference play.
Stanford Women’s basketball (13-8, 7-2 Pac-12) won big versus No. 25 Arizona State (14-7, 5-4) on Friday in Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal, after losing to the Sun Devils by seven points two weeks ago, came out hungry for redemption. Behind senior captain McPhee’s 24 points and junior point guard Marta Sniezek’s 13 points and six assists, Stanford crushed Arizona State 74-50.
After a split SoCal road trip, Stanford women’s basketball (12-8, 6-2 Pac-12) heads home for weekend games against No. 25 Arizona State (14-6, 5-3) on Friday and Arizona (5-14, 1-7) on Sunday.
After trailing for nearly the entire game, Stanford women’s basketball (12-7, 6-1 Pac-12) came back from a 14-point third-quarter deficit against USC (13-5, 3-4) to take a 59-55 win on Friday night. With the victory, the Cardinal are tied for first place in the Pac-12 Conference with No. 7 Oregon.