No. 16 Oregon State women’s basketball (15-1, 4-0 Pac-12) edged No. 10 Stanford (13-3, 3-1) 72-69 in double overtime this Sunday at Maples Pavilion, snapping the Cardinal’s five-game winning streak. This marked Stanford’s first conference loss this season and just its fifth since 2007-08.
After winning its 17th consecutive Pac-12 opener, against No. 18 Arizona State in Tempe on Friday, No. 13 Stanford women’s basketball (12-2, 2-0 Pac-12) continued its conference success against another Arizona foe — this time the University of Arizona Wildcats (9-4, 0-2) — ringing in the New Year with a 77-55 win in Tucson.
No. 13 Stanford women’s basketball (11-2, 1-0 Pac-12) edged No. 18 Arizona State (9-3, 0-1) 64-57 in Tempe, Arizona this Friday.
No. 13 Stanford women’s basketball (10-2) dominated Yale (8-4) 102-44 on Wednesday at Maples Pavilion during the Cardinal’s last game before the start of the conference season.
No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball (8-1) dominated the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners (1-5) and continued to show its depth of talent as last night’s victory included nine different Stanford players in double digit minutes.
Heading into this past weekend’s Cancun Challenge, the Cardinal women not only fixed their defensive miscommunication but resoundingly marched to the tournament championship while increasing their level of play in every facet, defeating Northeastern (2-5) 74-45, Wichita State (2-4) 87-39 and Purdue (3-4) 78-69 in the tournament final to clinch the trophy.
No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball (2-1) was edged by Gonzaga (3-0) 63-68 at home this Friday in its third consecutive home game. This was the first time Gonzaga head coach Lisa Fortier has beaten Stanford in her 13-year career as Gonzaga’s head coach. During the first half, both teams struggled to get open shots due to…
After dropping its past two matches against Texas, including a heartbreaking upset in 2014 that ended the Cardinal’s 28-game home win streak, No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball (2-0) knew it had its work cut out for it while hosting No. 8 Texas on Monday evening. Despite Texas losing a solid core this past offseason, the Cardinal knew they needed big performances all around the roster in order to clinch an improbable victory.