Winning their first three games in the first time in three years, the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal (3-0, 0-0 Pac- 12) mercilessly crushed the University of San Francisco Dons (1-1, 0-0 West Coast Conference) with a stunning 34 point lead Thursday Night at Maples Pavilion, ending the phenomenal game with a final score of 96-62.
Coming off two stellar wins last week, the No. 7 ranked Stanford women’s basketball team looks to extend their two game win streak against University of San Francisco tonight at 7PM at Maples Pavilion.
In a Sunday afternoon blowout at Maples Pavilion, No. 7 Stanford women’s basketball (2-0, 0-0 Pac- 12) dominated the Idaho Vandals (1-1) for four straight quarters, smashing the opposition by a final score of 115-71. The score posted by the Cardinal was the 5th highest performance in school history.
Coming off a season opening win against UC Davis, No. 7 Stanford women’s basketball (1-0) plays host to Idaho (1-0) on Sunday afternoon.
The No. 7 Stanford women’s basketball team (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) took on the UC Davis Aggies (0-1) to open their season yesterday night. The Cardinal had a game fraught with turnovers, yet filled with impressive debuts by freshman and continued solid performances by veterans. The Cardinal easily won the game with a final score of 71-43.
The No. 7 preseason ranked Stanford Cardinal women’s basketball tips off its much hyped season today. Expectations are high for a team returning three starters and twelve players overall from last year’s team that made its eleventh straight NCAA Sweet 16.
Tomorrow the No. 7 ranked women’s basketball team opens their regular season at home against UC Davis. This will also mark the start of Coach Tara VanDerveer’s 40th season as a collegiate head coach. After throttling Vanguard 87-36 last Thursday at home in an exhibition game, with 12 players scoring, the Cardinal is ready to begin their season.
No. 7 Stanford women’s basketball opened their unofficial season in a 87-36 blowout against the Vanguard Lions Thursday evening in Maples Pavilion for their preseason exhibition. Having lost only two seniors from last season, the team’s depth combined with fresh talent, including twin freshmen Lacie and Lexi Hull, will make for a tenacious season. Lexi led the team in total points, scoring 11 in her first game with Stanford.