Travis scores career-high 33 in Stanford’s 94-78 win

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Reid Travis scored 23 of his career-high 33 points in the first half as Stanford jumped to an early lead on the way to a 94-78 victory over Washington on Thursday night. Dorian Pickens added 20 points as the Cardinal (15-13, 9-6 Pac-12) kept their postseason hopes alive. Michael Humphrey added 15 points before fouling out in the final six minutes and Oscar Da...
13 hours ago

Critical Home Stand Awaits Stanford Men

Jerod Haase called Sunday’s victory over Cal a “team win.” As two starters fouled out, other players turned in solid performances. There were moments when it seemed Cal was turning the tide, but the gritty Cardinal gutted it out to down the Bears. After another wild week in the conference, Stanford finds itself in a tie for fifth place. The top four in the conference receive first...
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2 days ago

Stanford holds off late surge to beat California 77-73

Daejon Davis scored 22 points before fouling out, Dorian Pickens made two free throws with 8.7 seconds remaining and Stanford overcame an erratic second half to beat California 77-73 on Sunday. The Cardinal (14-13, 8-6 Pac-12) led by eight late in the second half before California rallied to make it 67-all following Don Coleman's free throw with 4:31 left. Stanford scored the next...
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4 days ago

WATCH: Stanford Women's Gymnastics: Elizabeth Price: Perfect 10 on floor

Watch as Elizabeth Price records her third career perfect 10 on floor during the Cardinal's meet vs. California on Saturday.
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Stanford Offers 4-star 2019 CB Andrew Booth Jr.

The Cardinal Look To The Peach State to Shore Up Secondary Archer High CB Andrew Booth Jr. announced his Stanford offer on Twitter. 247 ranks Booth as the No. 36 recruit in the nation, No. 3 among cornerbacks, No. 6 in Georgia. The Georgia native has offers from Clemson, Alabama, and Auburn in addition to Stanford.
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7 days ago

Coaching rumors: Coaching staffs starting to fill up

The Cowboys are expected to name Doug Nussmeier as tight ends coach, sources tell’s Todd Archer (on Twitter). Nussmeier has a lengthy résumé, including stints as the offensive coordinator for Florida, Michigan and Alabama. The former NFL backup quarterback also served as the Rams’ quarterbacks coach under Scott Linehan, the Cowboys’ current OC.More from the coaching ranks...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Stanford Women Finish Atop Final CSCAA Polls

By James Sutherland on SwimSwam The final CSCAA polls were released Wednesday, and on the women’s side the Stanford Cardinal retained their top spot with a total of 300 points. The rankings are voted on by CSCAA-member coaches and aims to measure the top teams in head-to-head competition. Leading the pre-season polls and holding the top spot through November, the Cardinal lost their...
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8 days ago

Report: Stanford QB K.J. Costello likely to miss spring practices with hip injury

After coming on like a runaway freight train last year as a sophomore for Stanford, quarterback K.J. Costello will reportedly miss most of spring practices with a hip injury.Per Bruce Feldman of, “Costello is expected to be held out of full drills for spring football due to a hip injury, a source has told SI.”Sophomore Davis Mills and junior Jack Richardson are the other two...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Stanford offers 2019 DB Quinton Newsome

The Cardinal try to keep their Georgia pipeline stocked David Shaw and company have been blasting out 2019 offers - and they kept up the pace by offering Quinton Newsome on Tuesday. Rivals rates Newsome as a 3-star prospect, and he already has offers from nine schools, including Auburn, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, and West Virginia.
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9 days ago

WATCH: Stanford Wrestling vs. Oregon State

Pac-12 Networks' Kevin Danna analyzes how Stanford managed to earn a 21-15 win over Oregon State Saturday afternoon at Maples Pavilion. After jumping to a commanding early lead, the Beavers climbed back in before Isaiah Locsin cliched the meet for the Cardinal.
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Weitzeil Downs Manuel for 50 Free Pool Record in Rivalry Dual Meet

By Lauren Neidigh on SwimSwam CALIFORNIA VS. STANFORD Results Hosted by Stanford Saturday, February 10th 25 Yards Dual Meet Format FINAL TEAM SCORES: STANFORD: 186 CAL: 110 The Stanford Cardinal capped off an undefeated dual meet season on Saturday as they defeated Pac-12 rival Cal at home. Several Pool Records fell throughout the meet. Stanford got the ball rolling with a...
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11 days ago

Buffs win third straight as Colorado downs Stanford 64-56

Lucas Siewert scored a career-high 17 points, including a pair of 3-pointers down the stretch, and the Colorado Buffaloes beat the Stanford Cardinal 64-56 Sunday for their third win in a row. George King had 11 points and McKinley Wright 10 for Colorado (15-10, 7-6 Pac-12), which beat Stanford (13-13, 7-6) for a ninth straight time. The Cardinal were led by Dorian Pickens' 18 points.
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11 days ago

Stanford Offers 3-star 2019 DT Tymon Mitchell

Cardinal hope to add the Tennessee DT Earlier today, Frankline Road Academy defensive tackle Tymon Mitchell announced that had received an offer from Stanford. 247 ranks Mitchell as No. 614 in the nation, No. 36 among defensive tackles and No. 28 in Tennessee. He holds many offers such as Vanderbilt, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama.
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14 days ago

Stanford Offers 4-star 2019 ATH Trent McDuffie

The Cardinal offer a top ranked athlete from California On National Signing Day, St. John Bosco athlete Trent McDuffie announced an offer from Stanford.24 247 ranks the 5-11 175 pounder as No. 324 in the nation, No. 30 among athletes, and No. 39 in California. McDuffie holds offers from many other schools such as USC, Oregon, and Notre Dame.
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14 days ago

Stanford Offers 3-star 2019 OLB Jahmar Brown

The Cardinal pursue a linebacker from the Sunshine State On National Signing Day, St. Thomas Aquinas player Jahmar Brown announced that he had received an offer from Stanford Cardinal. Brown has 18 offers including Florida, Michigan and Oregon.
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14 days ago

Stanford Offers 4-star 2019 CB Marcus Banks

The Cardinal Look To Add To A Top Texas Recruit Dekaney High CB Marcus Banks announced that he had received an offer from Stanford University. 247 ranks Banks as No. 342 in the nation, No. 32 among cornerbacks and No. 43 in Texas. Banks holds many offers, in addition to Stanford, such as Texas, Alabama, and Texas A&M.
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14 days ago

Stanford Offers 4-star 2019 ILB Maninoa Tufono

The Cardinal pursue one of Hawaii’s top prospects On National Signing Day, Punahou linebacker Maninoa Tufono announced his offer to Stanford on Twitter. The 6-2, 220-pound Inside Linebacker from Honolulu, HI holds many offers including offers from Texas, Notre Dame, and Nebraska. 247 ranks Tufono as the nation’s No. 111 player, the No. 4 inside linebacker and the No. 3 player in Hawaii.
Via Rule of Tree
14 days ago

WATCH: Stanford Women's Basketball: Kiana Williams: Freshman of the Week

Stanford guard Kiana Williams was named Pac-12 Women's Basketball Freshman of the Week on Monday after scoring 12 points in each of the Cardinal's road wins over Oregon and Oregon State.
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Stanford Women's Basketball: Brittany McPhee: Player of the Week

Stanford senior Brittany McPhee was named Pac-12 Women's basketball Player of the Week on Monday, Feb. 5 after leading the Cardinal to a road sweep of the Oregon schools. McPhee scored a career-high 33 points, including 31 in the second half and the final 19 of the game, in Sunday's win over No. 6 Oregon.
Via Stanford Cardinal Athletics
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Long snapper Kyle Petrucci Commits to Cardinal

The Longsnapper Is Ranked Among the Best in the Nation On February 4, Corona Del Mar long snapper Kyle Petrucci announced his commitment to Stanford on Twitter. The 6’6’’ 230 pound California native chose Stanford over Brown and Columbia. Long-snapping expert Chris Rubio ranks Petrucci as a 5 star long snapper ranked no. 13 in the nation. He is also a good student who has 32 ACT and a 3.85 GPA.
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18 days ago

Stanford lands QB Dylan Plautz

The Cardinal Flips a Kansas Preferred Walk-On On February 4th, Omaha Westside quarterback Dylan Plautz announced on Twitter that he had been accepted into Stanford which he called his “dream school“. He will walk on at Stanford. He has an excellent academic record with a score of 32 on the ACT which has also drawn the attention of Ivy League schools. However, he originally decided...
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18 days ago

Duck Season: Stanford bests Oregon by 35

96 points most in conference regulation in 16 years for Stanford Stanford had everything clicking on Saturday, en route to a 96-71 win over the Oregon Ducks. The game was never in a lot of doubt, as for much of the game the Cardinal shot better than 70% from the field. This game was a great reminder that this Stanford team is not the same one we saw in non-conference; Pickens and...
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19 days ago

Former Cardinal Devon Cajuste Signs With Browns

After sitting out a season, Cajuste returns to the NFL Devon Cajuste signed a reserve contract with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday. The New York native went undrafted in 2016 and was a part of the 49ers and Packers practice squads in 2016 but failed to catch on in the 2017 NFL Season. After sitting out a year with injuries, Cajuste might still be a longshot to made the NFL...
Via Rule of Tree
20 days ago

Stanford rides hot start to win over Oregon State

Wire-to-wire win ends three game skid Stanford (6-4 PAC) got off to a dream start. The length of Okpala smothered Beavers’ leading scorer Tres Tinkle early, the offense ran through Travis and flourished, and the scoreboard read 20-3. They never looked back, en route to an 80-71 win. By the half, Reid Travis had scored 21 points. Until late in the twenty minute period, he was singlehandedly...
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21 days ago

3-star OLB Caleb Kelly commits to Stanford

The Cardinal Gets A Linebacker From Georgia With signing day coming up, OLB Caleb Kelly decided to commit to Stanford over Cal and Vanderbilt. The 6-3, 218-pound Georgia native is ranked by 247 as 45th best OLB. Kelly is now the 14th recruit for Class of 2018.
Via Rule of Tree
21 days ago
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