No. 17 Stanford women’s basketball (16-8, 10-2 Pac-12) returns home after a momentous road trip through Oregon last weekend. Utah (15-8, 6-6) and Colorado (12-11, 3-9) come to Maples on Friday and Sunday, respectively, to face a streaking Cardinal team.
Stanford Women’s basketball (13-8, 7-2 Pac-12) won big versus No. 25 Arizona State (14-7, 5-4) on Friday in Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal, after losing to the Sun Devils by seven points two weeks ago, came out hungry for redemption. Behind senior captain McPhee’s 24 points and junior point guard Marta Sniezek’s 13 points and six assists, Stanford crushed Arizona State 74-50.
After trailing for nearly the entire game, Stanford women’s basketball (12-7, 6-1 Pac-12) came back from a 14-point third-quarter deficit against USC (13-5, 3-4) to take a 59-55 win on Friday night. With the victory, the Cardinal are tied for first place in the Pac-12 Conference with No. 7 Oregon.
As head coach Tara VanDerveer put it, “this was a weekend for Kaylee Johnson.” What did you see as the biggest contribution of Johnson these past two games? Laura Anderson (LA): Johnson brings a ton of energy to the court. After earning her 10th career double-double against Washington State on Friday, she followed up by…
Spurred once again by senior Kaylee Johnson, Stanford women’s basketball (11-7, 5-1 Pac-12) handled Washington (6-11, 0-6) 71-45 this Sunday in Maples Pavilion to complete a weekend sweep.
As senior Brittany McPhee celebrated her birthday last Friday in Maples, Stanford women’s basketball (10-7, 4-1 Pac-12) cruised to a 70-57 win over Washington State (8-9, 1-4) thanks to a double-double by senior Kaylee Johnson and a strong first quarter.
Unranked for the first time since in 16 years, Stanford women’s basketball (7-6, 1-0 Pac-12) still managed to outlast No. 11 UCLA (9-3, 0-1) 76-65 behind another high-scoring performance from senior Brittany McPhee who put up 13 points in the final frame of the game.
No. 18 Stanford women’s basketball (6-6) closed out its non-conference play last week with three games at home. The Cardinal started off by routing UNLV (5-6) 74-33 but was later upset by Western Illinois (10-3) 71-64 and dropped their last game against No. 7 Tennessee (12-0) 83-71 despite senior Brittany McPhee’s return from injury.