Stanford results, Keystone Classic , yesterday
UC Irvine 1, Stanford 0, yesterday
Stanford 9, Long Beach State 8, yesterday
Stanford 1, Washington 0, yesterday
Cornell 9, Stanford 0, yesterday
St. Francis 11, Gunn 7, Saturday
Menlo-Atherton 3, Homestead 1, Saturday
Westmont 74, Menlo 62, Saturday
Duke 70, Stanford 59, Saturday
Stanford 3, Colorado 0, Saturday
Eastern Oregon 3, Menlo 1, Saturday
Menlo 75, Cal State East Bay 74, Saturday
Stanford 1523, LSU 573, Saturday
Texas A&M 1204, Stanford 1137, Saturday
Concordia (Ore.) 3, Menlo 0, Saturday
Stanford 38, California 17, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 37, Oak Grove 13, Saturday
Stanford 7, USC 4, Saturday
Colorado 65, Stanford 98, Saturday
Michigan State 85, Stanford 415, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 10, Menlo School 6, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 15, Soquel 4, Saturday
Menlo School 7, Chico 0, Friday
Salinas 41, Menlo-Atherton 8, Friday
The Masters College 60, Menlo 59, Friday
Menlo cross country
The senior runner clocked 17:21.91 over a 3-mile course for the fastest time in all five divisions while winning individual honors in Division IV at the CCS Cross Country Championships and earning a berth to the State Meet.
Palo Alto cross country
The senior won his first section title by running 15:39.9 (No. 4 time overall) over a 3-mile course at the CCS finals while helping the Vikings take second in the Division I team race and qualify for the State Meet.
Stanford at New Mexico 6 p.m.
Semifinals, followed by finals at CCS Individual Tournament (Bay Club Courtside, Los Gatos) 12 p.m.
Holy Names at Menlo 6 p.m.
Lowell (SF) at Menlo-Atherton (First round NorCal Division I playoffs) 7 p.m.
Delaware at Stanford 8 p.m.
Stanford at Washington 5 p.m.
Stanford at UCLA 12:30 p.m.
Stanford at Cal 3 p.m.
SHP vs. Los Gatos at Independence High (CCS Open Division semifinals) 7 p.m.
Mens Wrestling, North Carolina vs. Stanford, Nov 15, 2014
Portion of Stanford-UNC wrestling match (amateur video)
Niners ruin Murphy's return to the Bay Area with Redskins
Trent Murphy had a productive homecoming to the Bay Area, totaling five tackles and one forced fumble from his linebacker spot in Washington's 17-13 loss to San Francisco on Sunday afternoon at Levi's Stadium to highlight former Stanford players in Week 12 of the NFL season. Monday, 1:46 PM
2014 girls all-league tennis teams
The Menlo-Atherton girls were rewarded for going 14-0 and claiming the PAL Bay Division tennis title by having three players named to the all-league first team and seven to the second team. Monday, 12:50 PM
Big Game win puts Stanford in position to play for bowl game
Stanford took care of business Saturday by beating Cal in the 117th Big Game in Berkeley. The 38-17 victory marked the fifth consecutive year the Cardinal has won the Axe and sixth straight year the team has become bowl eligible, the previous four resulting in BCS games. Monday, 11:14 AM
Playoff loss doesn't tarnish successful soccer season
UC Irvine's Michael Sperber took one shot all evening and it resulted in the No. 21 Anteaters' 1-0 overtime victory over sixth-seeded and top-ranked Stanford (13-3-3) in the second round of the NCAA men's soccer tournament on a brisk Sunday evening in front of 1,053 fans.
Monday, 3:02 AM
Churnside's two late goals send Stanford to NCAA water polo
BJ Churnside scored two of his three goals in the final four minutes to help the Stanford men's water polo team down host Long Beach State, 9-8, in the championship final of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament Sunday. Sunday, 11:42 PM
LaBonta helps Cardinal reach the Elite 8 with first-half goal
The Stanford women's soccer team beat Washington, 1-0, in a third-round match of the NCAA tournament Sunday. The Cardinal hosts Florida on Friday with a berth in the Women's College Cup final four at stake. Sunday, 5:21 PM
Stanford sets volleyball record, clinches Pac-12 title tie
The top-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team won its 28th straight match to set a program record for wins to start a season, beating No. 19 Colorado, 25-17, 25-18, 25-13, Saturday at Maples Pavilion.
Monday, 8:35 AM
SHP rolls to big victory in CCS Open Division over Oak Grove
Senior running back Ben Burr-Kirven led a sturdy defense and ran for 196 yards to lead the Sacred Heart Prep football team to a 37-13 Central Coast Section Open Division first-round playoff victory over Oak Grove on Saturday in Atherton. Saturday, 8:00 PM