Washington 3, Stanford 1, yesterday
Menlo-Atherton 3, Lowell (SF) 1, Tuesday
CCS Individual Tournament , SHP's Choy wins singles , Tuesday
Stanford 84, Delaware 47, Tuesday
Stanford 4-4 (6-5), Pac-12 Conference , Tuesday
Stanford 18-0 (28-0), Pac-12 Conference , Tuesday
Menlo 89, Holy Names 70, Tuesday
CCS Individual Tournament , SHP's Choy, M-A's Van Linge 2-0 , Monday
Stanford ranked No. 5, AP Top 25 , Monday
Stanford ranked No. 1, AVCA Top 25 , Monday
Stanford 70, New Mexico 65, Monday
Stanford results, Keystone Classic , Sunday
UC Irvine 1, Stanford 0, Sunday
Stanford 9, Long Beach State 8, Sunday
Stanford 1, Washington 0, Sunday
Cornell 9, Stanford 0, Sunday
Art Adamson Invitational , Stanford's Manuel breaks American record , Saturday
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
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 UCLA 12:30 p.m.
Stanford at Cal 3 p.m.
Westmont at Menlo College (Bud Presley Classic) 4 p.m.
Stanford vs. North Carolina at Rainbow Wahine Shootout (Honolulu, Hawaii) 4 p.m.
Florida at Stanford (NCAA Elite 8) 7 p.m.
Southern Oregon at Menlo College (Bud Presley Classic) 4 p.m.
Stanford at Rainbow Wahine Shootout 6:30 p.m.
SHP vs. Los Gatos at Independence High (CCS Open Division semifinals) 7 p.m.
Stanford at DePaul 11:30 a.m.
Stanford vs. Praire View A&M at Rainbow Wahine Shootout 4 p.m.
Aragon at Menlo School 3:30 p.m.
Presentation at Pinewood (CCS Sportsmanship game) 5:45 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at King's Academy 7 p.m.
Mills at Menlo School (CCS Sportsmanship game) 7 p.m.
Gunn at Menlo-Atherton (CCS Sportsmanship game) 7 p.m.
Mills at Sacred Heart Prep (CCS Sportsmanship game) 7 p.m.
Capuchino at Pinewood (CCS Sportsmanship game) 7:15 p.m.
Womens Swimming, Stanford's Manuel breaks American record vs. Art Adamson Invitational, Saturday
Stanford freshman Simone Manuel breaks her own U.S. record in the 100-yard freestyle at the Art Adamson Invitational. Video courtesy of SwimSwam on YouTube.com
Stanford's perfect volleyball season comes to an end
Jordan Burgess recorded a team-high 14 kills but the top-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team suffered its first loss of the season, 25-18, 25-21, 23-25, 25-20, to host No. 5 Washington in a Pac-12 Conference match Wednesday.
Wednesday, 7:43 PM
Stanford women conclude fall season with swim records
There's no doubt that head coach Greg Meehan can't wait until world recordholder Katie Ledecky joins his Stanford women's swim team next fall. In the meantime, he'll have to make due with freshman Simone Manuel. Wednesday, 12:31 PM
SHP's Choy completes perfect tennis season with CCS title
It's one down and perhaps three to go for Sacred Heart Prep freshman Sara Choy when it comes to her place in Central Coast Section girls' tennis history. The top-seeded Choy wrapped up her first section singles title on Tuesday. Wednesday, 9:14 AM | 2 comments
Starters get a break in Stanford's win over Blue Hens
Chasson Randle scored 15 points, one of four players who reached double figures, and Stanford downed Delaware 84-47 on Tuesday night. Randle played 30 minutes and no one else played more than 27.
Tuesday, 11:18 PM
There's no place like home for Menlo women hoops team
The Menlo College women's basketball team ended a two-game losing streak with an 89-70 victory over visiting Holy Names on Tuesday. The Oaks (6-2) posted their best team shooting effort of the year, both from the field (.514) and from three-point-land (.421), leading to lop-sided margin of victory.
Tuesday, 10:51 PM
Bowen, Bonanni lead Stanford on All-MPSF water polo team
Six Stanford men's water polo players were named All-MPSF when the conference announced its postseason awards on Tuesday morning. The Cardinal's six honorees are its most since 2007. Tuesday, 2:39 PM
2014 prep girls volleyball all-league teams
ALL-SCVAL DE ANZA DIVISION
Most Valuable Player: Carmen Annevelink (Los Altos)
Outstanding Senior: Katie Barker (Homestead)
Outstanding Junior: Chanti Holroyd (Mountain View)
Outstanding Sophomore: Jessica Lee (Palo Alto)
Outstanding Freshman: Eleonore Johansen (Monta Vista) and Kiana Pelton (Los Gatos)
Coach of the Year: Peter Kim (Los Altos) Tuesday, 11:10 AM
Stanford swimmers receive Golden Goggles awards
Former Stanford All-American Maya DiRado earned a Golden Goggles award for Breakout Performer of the Year and Cardinal signee Katie Ledecky won three goggles at USA Swimming's annual award show Monday night. Tuesday, 10:05 AM
Samuelson records career high and No. 5 Stanford avoids upset
Karlie Samuelson scored a career-high 23 points, Kaylee Johnson grabbed 22 rebounds, two off the school record, and No. 5 Stanford avoided another upset in beating host New Mexico, 70-65, in a nonconference game Monday night. Tuesday, 1:11 AM
Stanford's Thompson earns national hoops recognition
Stanford sophomore guard Lili Thompson received just recognition for her impressive start to the 2014-15 basketball season when she was named espnW National Player of the Week late Sunday evening. On Monday, On Monday, she added to that accolade by being tabbed as Pac-12 Player of the Week. Monday, 4:33 PM
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