Category: Sports

  • Star freshman Carlyle blazes his personal path ahead

    Freshman guard Kanaan Carlyle doesn’t want to speak lots to make his presence identified on the courtroom. With a easy between-the-legs dribble, he makes defenders instinctively shuffle their ft backward. In simply two onerous dribbles, the six-foot-three guard can discover himself on the rim, hovering over defenders for a dunk.  That is nothing new for…

  • This Week in Sports activities: Girls’s volleyball and girls’s soccer dominate

    Welcome to “This Week in Sports activities.” We’re Kenneth King and Charis Charitsis from The Each day’s sports activities part, and we will likely be strolling you thru the most important video games, occasions and tales from the previous week. Girls’s volleyball Girls’s volleyball improved its report to 11-2, 4-0 Pac-12 final week. Stanford is…

  • No treatment for Duck syndrome: Stanford loses 42-6 to Oregon

    Not like final 12 months’s upset, there was no magic for Stanford (1-4, 0-3 Pac-12) in Saturday’s recreation in opposition to Oregon (5-0, 2-0 Pac-12). A lead within the first quarter gave Stanford followers false hope till the Geese scored a landing on six of their final seven possessions, gliding time and again into the…

  • Ladies’s volleyball sweeps Arizona colleges

    No. 3 girls’s volleyball (11-2, 4-0 Pac-12) continued its distinctive season with 3-0 wins in opposition to each No. 25 Arizona State (14-1, 2-1 Pac-12) and the College of Arizona (5-10, 0-4 Pac-12) on Friday and Sunday, respectively. With a exceptional workforce effort, the workforce ended the weekend on a five-game successful streak. Beginning their…

  • Former Stanford participant Ousseni Bouda begins youth soccer initiative

    For an athlete, success is outlined by efficiency on the sphere — however legacy transcends these easy statistics, weighing as an alternative an athlete’s skill to impact change and remodel sports activities to be extra equitable and accessible for future generations. And Ousseni Bouda ’23, former Stanford males’s soccer participant, is working to dismantle limitations…

  • Stanford’s loss to Arizona reveals persisting weaknesses

    Stanford followers deal with a 3rd consecutive loss, because the Cardinal (1-3, 0-2 Pac-12) dropped their convention house opener in opposition to the Arizona Wildcats (3-1, 1-0 Pac-12) 21-20. It’s an encouraging signal that the Cardinal put up a struggle in opposition to a stable Energy 5 opponent. Psychological errors, nevertheless, price Stanford a chance…

  • Three takeaways from Stanford’s loss to USC

    The primary lack of the Troy Taylor period was ugly: the USC Trojans (3-0, 1-0 Pac-12) dominated Stanford (1-1, 0-1 Pac-12) 56-10 on the Los Angeles Coliseum, of their final matchup as Pac-12 foes.  The Trojans’ explosive offense scored on all however one possession within the first half, serving to construct a 49-3 lead earlier…

  • Stanford kicks off soccer season with promising victory

    A 37-24 win over Hawaii (0-2, 0-0 Mountain West) has Stanford followers excited concerning the soccer crew (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) for the remainder of the yr. Whereas it’s too early to say something conclusive concerning the Cardinal’s season prospects, the primary recreation did reveal some issues concerning the identification and make-up of the crew. Ben…

  • Stanford joins Atlantic Coast Convention

    It’s official: Stanford College is ready to hitch the Atlantic Coast Convention, in line with a Friday morning announcement. Stanford has competed within the Pac-12 since 1918 however will enter the ACC as newcomers alongside Cal and SMU within the 2024-25 college 12 months. The East Coast-based convention beforehand rejected the notion of enlargement: three…

  • Sampath: With the Pac-12 in free-fall, how will convention realignment work for Stanford?

    When Stanford received the Rose Bowl, it grew to become a dream faculty for 12-year-old me. What distinguished it from the Ivy League and different faculties, for me, was its willingness to pursue each tutorial and athletic excellence. Now, as a Stanford fan and pupil, I wish to see this faculty proceed to compete on…