After losing a bid at the Pac-12 regular season championship in Corvallis just over a week ago, No. 10 Stanford women’s basketball (28-5, 15-3 Pac-12) took its revenge when it mattered most, clinching the program’s twelfth Pac-12 tournament championship in its fifteen year history by dramatically topping No. 6 Oregon State (29-4, 16-2) 48-43 behind an unreal defensive performance.
Following a first round bye, No. 10 Stanford women’s basketball (26-5) rolled over seventh-seeded Washington State (17-15) in the Pac-12 tournament quarterfinals by a final tally of 66-36 before clinching their spot in the finals by defeating the Oregon Ducks (21-12) in the semifinals 71-56.
Following a bye in the first round of weekend action, No. 10 Stanford women’s basketball (25-5, 15-3) aims for their 12th conference title in this year’s Pac-12 tournament against Washington State (11-18, 6-12). The Beavers won in a highly competitive and nail biting match against the Colorado Buffs (15-14, 5-13) to move on and face the Cardinal in the quarterfinals.
No. 8 Stanford women’s basketball (25-5, 15-3 Pac-12) ended their season in a deflating two game road trip in which the Cardinal lost their share of the Pac-12 regular season championship in a 50-47 loss against the No. 10 Oregon State Beavers (27-3,16-2) Friday night. The Stanford women then closed out the season in winning fashion, surviving a late fourth-quarter push and holding off a persistent Oregon Ducks (18-12, 8-10) squad in a 60-54 win.
Following an emotional final match at Maples against Bay Area rival Cal (17-11, 5-11), No. 8 Stanford women’s basketball (24-4, 14-2) embarks on their final road trip of the season looking to clinch the Pac-12 conference championship when squaring off against the pair of Oregon conference opponents. The Cardinal first open the weekend against No.…
After toppling Cal (17-11, 5-11) on the road at Berkeley in a highly competitive match on Thursday, No. 8 Stanford women’s basketball (24-4, 14-2) cruised to a 72-54 victory during senior night on Sunday for its final home game of the season against their Bay Area conference rivals.
In the first of a two-game series between No. 10 Stanford (22-4, 12-2 Pac-12) and Cal (17-9, 5-9), the Cardinal edged the Bears 72-66, souring Cal’s final home game of the season and senior night. The two teams will square off again on Sunday at Stanford.
In a short three-day turnaround, No. 10 Stanford women’s basketball (22-4, 11-2 Pac-12) heads into hostile territory when travelling to square off against bay area rival California Golden Bears (17-9, 5-9 Pac-12) who look to avenge last season’s highly competitive Cardinal series sweep.