For the final weekend of its regular season, Stanford Men’s Basketball (14-14, 6-10 Pac-12) will look to capture a much needed conference win as the team travels to Boulder to face their equally seated Pac-12 foe, Colorado (16-13, 6-10) on Thursday night at the Coors Events Center.
In a battle of the bay, Stanford men’s basketball (13-13, 5-9 Pac-12) came out on top against rivals No. 31 Cal (18-8, 9-5) on Friday night, 73-68. After returning home from a disappointing road series in which the team lost close games to both No. 7 Arizona and Arizona State, the Cardinal showed that they do have the offensive weapons to compete against top Pac-12 talent.
Coming off back-to-back nail-biting road losses to No. 9 Arizona and Arizona State, Stanford men’s basketball (12-13, 4-9 Pac-12) returns home to host rival Cal (18-7, 9-4 Pac-12) Friday night at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal looks to avenge its 66-55 loss to the Bears on Jan. 29th earlier this season. Last week, Stanford was tied…
On Wednesday night, Stanford men’s basketball (12-12, 4-8 Pac-12) took on the No. 9 Arizona Wildcats (22-3, 11-1 Pac-12) at the McHale Center for another Pac-12 battle. While the Cardinal kept the game close for both halves, Arizona’s defense proved to be too strong, closing the game out 74-67.
On the back of 26 points by junior forward Reid Travis, Stanford men’s basketball (12-11,4-7 Pac-12) rallied to defeat Utah (15-8, 6-5) on Saturday in Maples Pavilion. The win was welcomed by the Cardinal, who were riding a three-game losing streak as they entered the weekend’s matchup.
After a hard-fought loss in Berkeley last week, Stanford men’s basketball (11-10, 3-6 Pac-12) looks to bounce back at home this week as it hosts Colorado (12-10, 2-7) on Thursday and Utah (15-6, 6-3) on Saturday.
A Berkeley offense, led by sophomore forward Ivan Rabb, proved to be too much on Sunday night for Stanford men’s basketball (11-10, 3-6 Pac-12). The Cardinal fell 65-55 to the Golden Bears (15-6, 6-3) in a standing-room only crowd at Berkeley.
Stanford men’s basketball (11-8, 3-4 Pac-12) shrugged off a slow start in Corvallis Thursday night to defeat the Oregon State Beavers (4-15, 0-6) 62-46. Despite holding just a two-point lead at halftime, the Cardinal commanded the second half, outscoring their opponent 35 to 21. Junior forward Mike Humphrey scored 21 points to continue his solid Pac-12 play.