Stanford earned its 23rd consecutive Division I Director’s Cup this year, accepting the trophy with 1,536 points compared to runner-up Ohio State’s 1391.751. The Director’s Cup recognizes athletic programs based on a tally of NCAA championship achievements across all men’s and women’s sports.
Jimmy Viglizzo is the creator and owner of Jimmy V’s sports cafe, located on the ground floor of the Arrillaga Family Sports Center. The cafe shares a wall with the Stanford Hall of Fame, making it a hot spot for Stanford athletes, coaches, and athletic staff. The cafe is open to all students and community members, boasting a wide-ranging menu with breakfast, lunch and dinner specials. As a sports cafe, Jimmy V’s is covered with eye-catching athletic memorabilia, and its walls are dotted by TVs always playing live games or Sports Center.
The Daily’s Sydney Shaw spoke with Jimmy Viglizzo to find out his story and his take on being such a large part of the Stanford athletic community.
No. 8 Stanford men’s soccer (10-3-4, 7-1-1 Pac-12) will play its final regular season match at California (5-9-2, 1-7-1) on Friday at 1 p.m.
No. 12 Stanford men’s soccer (8-2-3, 5-0 Pac-12) gets ready to extend its five-game unbeaten streak at San Diego State (7-3-3, 2-2-1) this Thursday in its second match against the Aztecs this season.
No. 16 Stanford men’s soccer (6-2-3, 3-0-0 PAC 12) returns home to Cagan stadium after success in the Pacific Northwest to take on No. 25 San Diego State (6-2-3, 1-1-1) on Thursday night.
No. 8 Stanford men’s soccer lost its first road game on Friday to unranked UC Santa Barbara but rebounded three days later to take down top-25 ranked Louisville. Junior Jordan Morris recorded the team’s first goal of the season in the Stanford Cardinal’s 1-0 win over the Louisville Cardinals, while junior goalkeeper Andrew Epstein finished…
Stanford sophomore and U.S. Men’s National Team member Jordan Morris will be returning to the Farm for a third year.
The Men’s Soccer team displayed quite the remarkable season, jumping from a season-opening rank of No. 20 to No. 2 and clinching the PAC-12 title. This impressive feat was in part dependent on the influential new addition to the team, Corey Baird.