Stanford basketball star Reid Travis officially left the Bay Area and transferred to NCAA powerhouse Kentucky, leaving the Wildcats as title favorites.
Stock report (draft decision edition): Washington and UCLA get good news, Stanford’s gut punch, mounting pressure on Alford
by: Jon Wilner — Mercury News 31 May
A weekly assessment of Pac-12 news, quasi-news and (occasional) non-news … Rising: Pac-12 basketball. The lack of talent taketh away, and the lack of talent giveth back. The dearth of first-round, …
by: Gary Peterson — Mercury News 30 May
According to reports, Reid Travis will withdraw from the NBA draft and join Kentucky as a graduate transfer, meaning he can play next season for the Wildcats.
by: Darryl Matsuda — Mercury News 28 May
Third-ranked Stanford (44-10) is the No. 2 national seed for the NCAA baseball tournament and will play host to an NCAA Regional this weekend a Sunken Diamond. Cal State Fullerton (32-23), Baylor (…
by: Mike Lefkow — Mercury News 27 May
David Esquer inherited a good team from legendary Stanford coach Mark Marquess and has the Cardinal positioned for a big postseason.