Sports

Recent Scores

Mens Volleyball:
Stanford ranked No. 8, AVCA Top 15 , today
Womens Golf:
Stanford 863, Florida 874, today
Womens Basketball:
Stanford ranked No. 8, AP Top 25 , today
Womens Golf:
Miami 287, Stanford 293, yesterday
Womens Basketball:
Stanford 72, California 54, yesterday
Mens Baseball:
Stanford 7, Cal State Fullerton 6, yesterday
Womens Tennis:
Florida 4, Stanford 1, yesterday
Womens Softball:
Stanford 8, Pacific 1, yesterday
Boys Basketball:
Sequoia 68, Menlo-Atherton 65, Saturday
Girls Basketball:
Menlo-Atherton 60, South San Francisco 41, Saturday
Boys Wrestling:
Menlo-Atherton at, PAL finals , Saturday
Mens Volleyball:
Stanford 3, Cal Baptist 2, Saturday
Mens Baseball:
Cal State Fullerton 8, Stanford 1, Saturday
Womens Water Polo:
Stanford 19, Santa Clara 1, Saturday
Womens Basketball:
The Master's College 62, Menlo 50, Saturday
Womens Gymnastics:
Stanford 1957, Arizona State 1952, Saturday
Womens Lacrosse:
Duke 12, Stanford 8, Saturday
Mens Swimming:
California 136, Stanford 105, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Stanford 16, UC Santa Barbara 2, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Omaha 3, Stanford 2, Saturday
Girls Basketball:
Palo Alto 61, Saratoga 37, Friday

 
Athletes of the Week

Emily Tomz
Palo Alto soccer
The junior midfielder recorded all six assists in a 6-0 victory over Santa Clara and then scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Los Gatos.

Zach Haire
Sacred Heart Prep soccer
A dual-threat, the senior goalie came out of the net to play forward and score three goals in a WBAL victory over Priory last week.

 
Sports Calendar

Tuesday, February 21
Mens Golf
Stanford at Prestige at PGA West (La Quinta) 9 a.m.
Womens Lacrosse
Stanford at St. Mary's 3 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Westmont at Gunn (CCS Division II) 7 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Kehillah Jewish at Mid-Peninsula (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Gunn at Watsonville CCS Division I 7 p.m.
Wednesday, February 22
Mens Golf
Stanford at Prestige at PGA West (La Quinta) 9 a.m.
Mens Swimming
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Federal Way, WA) 12 p.m.
Womens Swimming
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Federal Way, WA) 12 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Overfelt at Menlo CCS Division II 3 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Woodside at Mountain View CCS Division I 3 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Sacred Heart Cathedral at Sacred Heart Prep CCS Division II 3 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Palo Alto at Menlo-Atherton CCS Division I 5 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Menlo vs. Pacific Collegiate at Santa Cruz High CCS Division II 5 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Leland at Gunn CCS Division I 7 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Sacred Heart Prep at Prospect CCS Division II 7 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Woodside at Watsonville CCS Division I 7 p.m.
Mens Basketball
Oregon State at Stanford 8 p.m.
Thursday, February 23
Mens Swimming
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Federal Way, WA) 10:30 a.m.
Womens Swimming
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Federal Way, WA) 10:30 a.m.
Womens Softball
Stanford vs. Bethuane-Cookman at Mary Nutter Classic (Cathedral City) 5:30 p.m.
Womens Basketball
Hope International at Menlo 5:30 p.m.
Mens Volleyball
BYU at Stanford 7 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Oakwood at Nueva (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Kehillah Jewish/Mid-Peninsula at Pinewood (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Sacred Heart Prep at San Lorenzo Valley (CCS Division IV) 7 p.m.

 
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Varsity Girls Basketball, Palo Alto vs. Saratoga, Friday
Paly Nation provides the highlights

 
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Sports Headlines

Seniors get a win in their final basketball game at Maples
Sophomore Alanna Smith scored 17 points, junior Brittany McPhee added 16 and the 10th-ranked Cardinal took care of business, beating visiting California, 72-54, to remain in a first-place tie with Oregon State in the Pac-12 Conference standings. Sunday, 11:41 PM

Paly boys, girls basketball teams find Open door closed
Both the boys and girls basketball teams from Palo Alto High were candidates to be included in their respective Central Coast Section Open Division fields. But at Sunday's seeding meeting each was left out of the Open, instead receiving No. 1 seeds in Division I. Monday, 11:46 AM

M-A, Paly are both motivated entering CCS soccer playoffs
Menlo-Atherton and Palo Alto each earned a spot in the Central Coast Section Open Division playoffs and will meet each in the first round Saturday at 1 p.m. Gunn, Menlo and Sacred Heart all open Wednesday. Monday, 12:35 PM

Another CCS first for Menlo School boys soccer
Marc Kerrest has led the Menlo School boys soccer team into uncharted waters since taking over the program for the 2012-13 season and when the Knights step on their own field Wednesday to meet Overfelt in a first-round game of the Central Coast Section Division II playoffs, it will be another first. Monday, 12:35 PM

Cardinal women fall to top-ranked Florida in tennis
The fifth-ranked Stanford women's tennis team dropped a 4-1 decision to No. 1 Florida on Sunday afternoon, coming away with a split of its most challenging nonconference road swing in recent memory. Sunday, 3:35 PM

Burks, Cowles lead Stanford softball to winning weekend
Cardinal corner
Whitney Burks collected two hits, drove in four runs and the Stanford softball team downed Pacific, 8-1, in the final game of the Nike Invitational on Sunday. Sunday, 11:29 PM

Bears over run Warriors for third straight PAL girls title
PAL South MVP Greer Hoyem scored 18 points, Carly McLanahan proved effective as a shooter and passer and the Menlo-Atherton girls basketball team earned its third straight PAL title with a 60-41 win over South San Francisco in the PAL tournament championship game at Hillsdale High ion Saturday. Sunday, 4:35 PM

Sequoia takes PAL tournament title in dramatic fashion
Menlo-Atherton and Sequoia put on a crowd-pleasing show in the PAL Tournament boys championship game Saturday at Hillsdale High. Zach Bene's 3-pointer with two minutes left broke a 65-65 tie -- the 11th time the game had been tied -- and gave Sequoia a 68-65 victory. Sunday, 4:36 PM

Stanford women split home softball doubleheader
Cardinal corner
The Stanford softball team split a pair of games against Omaha and UC Santa Barbara to open the Nike Invitational on Saturday. Saturday, 7:51 PM

Stanford men go distance in relay, Allman has record weight
In weekend indoor track and field meets involving Stanford, the Cardinal men's distance medley relay team assured itself of a berth in the NCAA Championships and Valarie Allman broke the school record in the weight throw for the fourth time. Saturday, 7:23 PM

Menlo men can't seem to find a way in hoops loss to Mustangs
Menlo College dropped a 92-81 decision to host NAIA No. 18 Master's University in a Golden State Athletic Conference men's basketball contest Saturday. Saturday, 7:06 PM

Stanford divers dominate but Cal swimmers are better
The No. 11 Stanford men's swimming and diving team lost its first conference dual meet of the season, dropping a 136-105 decision at No. 2 California on Saturday at the Spieker Aquatics Complex Saturday, 3:28 PM

M-A boys, girls advance to PAL basketball championships

Pickens helps Stanford men take down the Bears in hoops

Stanford wins rematch of NCAA women's tennis championship

Stanford softball delays home opener a day

Rain forces postponement of Menlo College baseball series

Smith accomplishes a lot for Stanford women in hoops win

Pinewood girls are a constantly evolving basketball team

A dramatic finish to M-A's perfect girls' soccer season