Stanford’s sand volleyball team enters its third season as a varsity sport. Hosting the NorCal Invitational – which includes Stanford, California, Pacific, Sacramento State, Saint Mary’s, San Jose State, Santa Clara and USF – this weekend, the Cardinal will open the competition in a contest against Sacramento State on Friday at 3 p.m. at the…
About this time last year I got exciting confirmation that I was going to be volunteering in the Olympic News Service at the 2012 London Olympics. Cryptically, I was due to work as a Flash Quote Reporter at the BV competition–it took me a while to figure out that meant Beach Volleyball and even longer…
The women’s sand volleyball team will begin its inaugural season on April 2 when it faces Santa Clara for the first of eight games this season.
Stanford student-athletes and alumni are busy competing at the Games of the XXX Olympiad in London. Here are some of the highlights from Day 7 to Day 15:
I’m lucky enough to be volunteering at the London 2012 Olympic Games and even luckier to have a relatively interesting role in press operations. Unfortunately, I’m not really supposed to go into too much detail about this right now, due to both general security concerns and exclusive deals that the International Olympic Committee has with various media organizations. I am, however, getting to watch a lot of beach volleyball.
Thirty-seven Stanford students and alumni will be competing in the next couple of weeks in the London 2012 Olympic Games, leading to hopes of yet another large medal haul for the Cardinal. Here we present some of the potential highlights for Stanford fans, focusing on the teams and athletes most likely to be able to bring home gold based on past success:
A compilation of some of the most interesting and entertaining Twitter feeds from the Farm.
Flying into the U.K. last week, the capital lay mostly hidden beneath a bank of cloud and mist. Occasional breaks in the gray hinted at green fields and brick houses, but nothing really out of the ordinary. No sign that just a week later, it would be host to one of the world’s biggest sports events: the Summer Olympics.