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Sports - March 18, 2011

Stanford freshmen hope to make it a real party

A third NCAA women's basketball title in school history would be a fitting way to celebrate VanDerveer's 25 years at Stanford

by Keith Peters

In the 25 years that Tara VanDerveer has been head coach of the Stanford women's basketball team, she has accomplished everything there is to achieve — from winning national titles to having national players of the year and even winning an Olympic gold medal.

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