Only a handful of college basketball players ever reach the Final Four, but for Nnemkadi Ogwumike, Lindy La Rocque and Grace Mashore, it’s a spring ritual.
When the Stanford women’s basketball team tips off against Baylor (38-0) at in Denver on Sunday, the Cardinal’s three seniors will achieve a rare feat: playing in the Final Four for the fourth time in their college careers. Read More
Finals don’t officially start at Stanford until next week, but a big test for the women’s basketball team kicks off in Norfolk, Va., this weekend.
After winning its sixth straight Pac-12 Conference tournament title in Los Angeles last week, the Cardinal (31-1) will launch its quest for a third national championship against Hampton (26-4) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Read More
The Stanford women’s basketball team earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and will head to Norfolk, Va., to play No. 16 Hampton on Saturday, the NCAA unveiled Monday.
Stanford earned an automatic berth in the tournament by winning the Pac-12 Conference tournament, and their 31-1 record helped earn the favorable seed. Read More
While neither the Stanford nor USF men’s basketball teams reached the NCAA Tournament, both schools advanced to postseason tournaments.
Stanford (21-11) drew a No. 3 seed in the NIT and will host Cleveland State at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, the first time the Cardinal have played beyond the regular season in three years. The winner of that matchup will take on the Mississippi-Illinois State winner. Read More
There is only one thing that has gotten the best of Andrew Luck on the football field in the past two years, and that’s been the vaunted football program that is Oregon.
And come Saturday, the Stanford redshirt junior quarterback hopes that the Heisman Trophy balloting won’t best him once more, as well.
Luck, again, is up for the most coveted individual prize in college football, along with four other standout finalists in pursuit of being called the game’s finest player. Read More
STANFORD — Only hours before the commencement of Monday’s football practice, Stanford senior quarterback Andrew Luck heard the news.
It was news that, despite being expected by most, still thrilled the Cardinal’s leader.
“I think everybody wants to win [it],” Luck said after being named one of the five finalists for the Heisman Trophy. “No one wants to come in second, or third, or fourth.” Read More