The Stanford Cardinal athletics programs have delivered another year of high-quality production. This season, Stanford has won four NCAA national titles coming from women’s and men’s soccer, women’s swimming and diving, and women’s tennis. Here are a few of the stats showing how incredible Stanford sports were in the 2017-18 year.
Current co-managing editor of sports Bobby Pragada joins the show to talk about the Cardinal prospects, who were invited to the NFL Combine, and their strengths/weaknesses and their projected draft selection. Daily writer Alexa Philippou comes on later for the segments Cardinal of the Week and Games that we are looking for.
Stanford women’s gymnastics was unable to defeat Washington on Saturday, wrapping up the night with 196.475-195.450 all-around scores at the Hec Edmundson Pavilion. No. 22 Stanford put up an outstanding fight with multiple gymnasts earning titles in their events, but the No. 10 Huskies were able to come out on top regardless. Senior all-around Cardinal…
Stanford student-athletes must balance dual responsibilities: their academic coursework and their sporting commitments. While some believe student-athletes are held to lower academic standards than their non-athlete peers, both coaches and academic advisors alike say they work to promote a culture of academic rigor and integrity amongst student-athletes.
Senior Elizabeth Price nailed a “perfect 10” on the uneven bars at Maples Pavilion on Monday night, as No.18 Stanford women’s gymnastics claimed second place in their season-opener against Cal, UC Davis, San Jose State and Sacramento State.
Senior Elizabeth Price headlines the 2018 women’s gymnastics team, as her “perfect 10” on the uneven bars reiterates her status as one of the premier gymnasts in college. However, the team isn’t without change as Samantha Yim was named head coach after long-time head coach Kristen Smyth resigned in August.
Stanford gymnast Elizabeth Price will attempt to make history on Friday as she competes in the bars event in the NCAA Championships in St. Louis, Missouri. Price will have a shot at becoming the first Stanford gymnast to win two individual national titles, a feat that she has been taking head-on all season. Price won the…
Stanford women’s gymnastics was ultimately unsuccessful in the NCAA Seattle Regional on Saturday, coming in fourth and rounding up its season with a 195.575 team score. This marks only the second time in the past 11 years Stanford has not qualified into the NCAA Championships.