Upsetting No. 16 Oregon State and No. 6 Oregon on the road was no easy task, but the Cardinal did just that over the weekend. They are now in a three-way tie for first in the Pac-12. What did Stanford do to overcome both highly-ranked teams away from Maples? Alexandre Bucquet (AB): The team played…
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.
Stanford men’s basketball heads to Utah and Colorado for a road trip. Jose Saldana and Quinn Barry discuss the Cardinal’s chances on the road.
With the Cardinal currently projected to be somewhere between an 8 seed and a 10 seed in the NCAA tournament, it is crucial that Stanford does not give the tournament committee a reason to bump it out of the field of 68. Holding serve this week at home in the final games of the regular season against Colorado (20-9, 9-7) and Utah (19-9, 8-8) would pretty much guarantee the Cardinal a spot in the Big Dance.
The Stanford men’s basketball team will attempt to accomplish something tonight it has never done under head coach Johnny Dawkins: defeat the Washington Huskies in Seattle. Even including a 79-67 home victory against the Huskies on Jan. 18, Stanford (15-7, 6-4 Pac-12) owns just a 2-9 record against Washington (13-11, 5-6) with Dawkins as head coach. The losing streak in Seattle spans four games, with the Cardinal’s last win coming back on Jan. 31, 2008, when Brook Lopez’s monster 31-point, 13-rebound performance powered Stanford to a 65-51 victory.
The Stanford women’s basketball team returns to campus tonight as Pac-12 champions and the nation’s No. 2 team, looking to extend the nation’s longest active home winning streak against Colorado
The No. 4 Cardinal will look to secure its position at the top of the conference against the Utes in Salt Lake City before heading up to play the Buffaloes in Boulder on Saturday afternoon.