David Esquer inherited a good team from legendary Stanford coach Mark Marquess and has the Cardinal positioned for a big postseason.
by: Tom FitzGerald — SF Gate 24 May
A few years ago, Stanford women's tennis coach Lele Forood got a call from Connecticut. It was the father of a Cardinal men's player. His message was emphatic. "You want Melissa Lord," he said. "You really want Melissa Lord. She's a phenomenal athlete...
by: Max McArthur — SB Nation: Rule Of Tree 24 May
Stanford Baseball sweeps Washington State, and retains #3 ranking in America
by: N/A — NCAA: Northwestern Athletics 23 May
STILLWATER, Okla. – Northwestern's season came to an end in an NCAA Championships Quarterfinal loss to Stanford on Tuesday morning at Karsten Creek Golf Club (Par-72; 6,328 yards). The Wildcats are one of just three teams to finish in the Top-10 at each..
by: Staff and news services — SF Gate 22 May
The Stanford women's tennis team became the lowest seed to ever win the NCAA championship, beating Vanderbilt 4-3 in the final in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Tuesday. The Cardinal (24-3) entered the tournament as a No. 15 seed, but finished the season on a 20
by: David Ta — SB Nation: Rule Of Tree 20 May
The junior has a 1410 SAT score
by: Tom FitzGerald — SF Gate 17 May
No, Will Matthiessen hasn't cut a deal with the devil. But consider what Stanford's 6-foot-5 relief pitcher has done this month - with the bat. At the end of April he was batting .222, having been unimpressive in a stint as the designated hitter. He was 4
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by: Tom FitzGerald — SF Gate 10 May