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Kiana Williams scores 26 points as Stanford women top Cal

The season-long rise of Kiana Williams continued Thursday night for Stanford. On a night when Brittney McPhee was struggling with her shot, the freshman guard erupted for a season-high 26 points. [Read entire story]

Stanford let Cal off the hook in December, hope to atone

Some games you just want to forget. For Stanford, the Cal game Dec. 30 is one that they want to attach to a lead ball and drop in the ocean. That was the night the Cardinal blew a 17-point in the final [Read entire story]

Nadia Fingall helps Stanford women trounce Utah

Nadia Fingall is a 6-foot-3 sophomore who’s a rugged rebounder and defender off the bench for Stanford. She also happens to have a feathery touch from long range. In 21 minutes against visiting Utah on [Read entire story]

Stanford puts the squeeze on foes with tight defense

Defense, like many other things, is all about attitude. Stanford freshman Kiana Williams demonstrated it the other night. In a game against Oregon State, she was assigned to guard Kat Tudor, one of the [Read entire story]

QB Tanner McKee, 2 others complete small but impressive Stanford class

Tanner McKee, the highest-rated uncommitted quarterback going into the traditional national signing day, was the last piece of the puzzle for Stanford’s small 2018 recruiting class Wednesday. McKee, a [Read entire story]

Late-bloomer KZ Okpala is growing his game at Stanford

KZ Okpala’s 10-inch growth spurt in high school didn’t shock his Nigerian-born parents, Martin and Mary Okpala. They had seen his older brother shoot up to 6-7 in high school. His brother attended UC [Read entire story]

With big first half, Reid Travis helps Stanford top Oregon State

Oregon State’s normally tight defense unraveled early Thursday night, and Stanford took full advantage. But then Cardinal had to battle the Beavers down the stretch. Stanford snapped a three-game [Read entire story]

David Esquer, Stanford’s 1st new baseball coach in 42 years, adds high-tech

Baseball practice began Friday at Stanford, and several changes were readily apparent. For one thing, nobody will call the head coach by his jersey number. What’s more, technological advances that [Read entire story]

McPhee’s 24 lead Stanford in 74-50 rout of No. 25 ASU

Three weeks after being outplayed, especially on the boards, by Arizona State, Stanford turned the tables in the rematch Friday night. Brittany McPhee scored 24 points, going over the 1,000-point mark [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Keller Chryst to leave as a graduate transfer

Keller Chryst, Stanford’s starting quarterback for seven games last season before being replaced by redshirt freshman K.J. Costello, will play elsewhere next fall as a graduate transfer. Chryst made [Read entire story]

Stanford’s DiJonai Carrington inherited football toughness

Earlier this season, Stanford’s DiJonai Carrington received a concussion when she took an accidental elbow near her eye in practice. She missed three games. The surprise was that Carrington was the [Read entire story]

Stanford beats No. 16 ASU for 5th win in row

Not too long ago, Stanford was coming off a 6-7 nonconference season and a blown lead against Cal in its Pac-12 opener. Not too long ago, Arizona State was ranked No.3 in the country. How things have [Read entire story]

Stanford beats No. 16 ASU for 5th win in row

Not too long ago, Stanford was coming off a 6-7 nonconference season and a blown lead against Cal in its Pac-12 opener. Not too long ago, Arizona State was ranked No.3 in the country. How things have [Read entire story]

Stanford men riding high after 4 wins in a row

There’s a happy tune being sung at Maples Pavilion these days. The Stanford men’s basketball team, picked for fifth in the Pac-12 in the preseason, is tied with Arizona for first at 4-1. The Cardinal [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Love will return for senior year

Heisman Trophy runner-up Bryce Love has decided to return to Stanford for his final season of eligibility, putting the Cardinal in position to land at least a top-15 preseason ranking next fall. His [Read entire story]

Still no draft decision from Stanford’s Bryce Love

Running back Bryce Love had yet to announce a decision by press time Monday night as to whether he’ll return to Stanford for his senior season or enter the NFL draft. Monday evening was the deadline [Read entire story]

Stanford women need to rebound in more ways than one

So far, nobody on Tara VanDerveer’s Stanford team has performed consistently enough to fill the roles vacated by last season’s big three of Erica McCall (rebounder and post defender), Karlie Samuelson (three-point [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Daejon Davis, a hit on SportsCenter, heads home to Washington

Less than four months into his Stanford basketball career, Daejon Davis is firmly installed as the team’s promising if sometimes erratic point guard. He has been featured on ESPN’s [Read entire story]

Stanford’s Davis hits halfcourt shot to beat USC

Three nights after coming back from a 13-point deficit to beat UCLA in double-overtime, Stanford had an even better finish up its sleeve Sunday night. Freshman guard Daejon Davis hit a 50-foot shot from [Read entire story]

Stanford stuns UCLA 107-99 in 2 OTs as Pickens scores 24

On the night Stanford’s four freshmen came of age, senior Dorian Pickens gave them plenty of assistance, firing the clutch three-pointers in a double-overtime victory over UCLA. Against an 11-3 team [Read entire story]