Although Stanford honored its four departing seniors at Maples Pavilion in the program’s Senior Day on Saturday, the Cardinal fell just short of sending them off on a high note, as No. 5 Utah women’s gymnastics (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12) earned its first win ever in Maples on Saturday with a 197.150-195.875 takedown of No. 12 Stanford (9-5, 3-3).
It’s year two of the College Football Playoff era and it’s safe to say that year one was a resounding success. The Big 12 might disagree, but few question Ohio State’s legitimacy as champion – a result that would not have happened in the BCS system – and the excitement that came from adding two…
A few days ahead of Stanford’s season opener against Northwestern, a few members of The Daily Sports Staff provided their predictions on how the Cardinal will fare this season and which other teams will emerge as among the top in the nation.
The goal of this piece is not accuracy. If that were the case, I should quit right now: college football is — almost by definition — completely unpredictable and this season has been about as crazy as it can get, even rivaling the so-called “Year of the Upset” in 2007.
Author’s note/correction: While the Budapest Memorandums on Security Assurances (1994) include promises by Russia, the United States and the United Kingdom to refrain from the use or threat of force against Ukraine’s sovereignty, they do not explicitly compel the United States to protect Ukraine’s borders, as Budapest negotiator Steven Pifer explains. The piece below implies…
This weekend, the Stanford women’s gymnastics team will head to the NCAA Championships in Los Angeles as the No. 9 seed. Last season the Cardinal turned a No. 10 seeding into a top-four finish.
This evening in Spokane, Wash., the Stanford women’s basketball will face Georgia in the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. Joining them in the Evergreen State, both the Pac-12 Conference and SEC will be doubly represented, with California and LSU due to face off on the same hardwood two-and-a-half hours later.
With a 73-40 victory over Michigan at Maples Pavilion on Tuesday, the Stanford women’s basketball team booked its place in the Spokane Regionals next weekend. Senior Joslyn Tinkle hit a career-best five three-pointer in her final game at Maples Pavilion.