Last weekend, eighth-ranked Stanford’s men’s swimming and diving team concluded a four-day invitational at University of Texas. The meet did not keep score, which gave coaches the freedom to test swimmers in different events. The Cardinal (1-0, Pac-12 1-0) left Texas with finalists who earned NCAA B-cuts in every event.
As conference play continues with Utah next up for the Cardinal, No. 9 Stanford women’s basketball (11-3) will have to rebound from an uncharacteristically awful shooting performance on Monday and draw upon a more typical performances on both sides of the ball if the team wants to get back to its more normal ways and come out with the Pac-12 Championship.
While Supreme Court justices question the role of racial consideration as a factor in the college admissions, Stanford remains committed to upholding affirmative action, arguing that the policy helps to ensure a diverse student body.