Santa Clara 61, Stanford 58, yesterday
CCS Individual Tournament , SHP's Choy 2-0 , yesterday
Stanford ranked No. 6, AVCA Top 25 , yesterday
Stanford ranked No. 13, AP Top 25 , yesterday
St. Mary's 78, Stanford 61, Sunday
Stanford 3, Santa Clara 1, Sunday
Stanford 17, UC Irvine 6, Sunday
Stanford ranked No. 13, AP Top 25 , Sunday
Penn State 31, Stanford 12, Sunday
Stanford 35, California 22, Saturday
Scotts Valley 28, Menlo School 14, Saturday
Stanford 2016, UC Santa Barbara 1093, Saturday
Notre Dame-Belmont 3, Menlo School 1, Saturday
Menlo-Atherton 3, Carlmont 0, Saturday
CIF/USTA NorCal Regional , Menlo School 1st , Saturday
Stanford at, Art Adamson Invitational , Saturday
Stanford 9, Brown 0, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 11, Menlo School 8, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 11, St. Francis 6, Saturday
Stanford 18, Long Beach State 8, Saturday
Stanford 3, Arizona 0, Saturday
Stanford 84, George Washington 63, Saturday
Syracuse 82, Stanford 151, Saturday
New Mexico 49, Stanford 379, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 42, Live Oak 21, Friday
The freshman went 4-0 at No. 1 singles, including a near-perfect effort (losing only one game) in the semifinals and finals while helping the Knights capture their second straight CCS Team Tennis Championship title.
Palo Alto cross country
The junior runner captured Division I individual honors for the first time with a 15:22.0 time while helping the Vikings finish second in the CCS Cross Country Championships and qualify for the CIF State Meet.
Hillmar at Menlo School (NorCal Division IV first round) 7 p.m.
Lowell (SF) at Menlo-Atherton (NorCal Division I first round) 7 p.m.
California at Stanford 8 p.m.
Stanford vs. Villanova at NIT Season Tip-Off (Brooklyn, N.Y.) 1:30 p.m.
Stanford vs. Missouri St. at Gulf Coast Classic (Estero, Fla.) 10:30 a.m.
Stanford at NIT Season Tip-Off (Brooklyn, N.Y.) 1 p.m.
Southern Oregon at Menlo College (Bud Presley Classic) 7 p.m.
Duke at Stanford (NCAA quarterfinals) 7 p.m.
Palo Alto at Milpitas (CCS Open Division I semifinals) 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Monte Vista Christian (CCS Open Division III semifinals) 7 p.m.
Stanford at UCLA 8 p.m.
CIF State Championships at Woodward Park, Fresno (Priory girls) 10:45 a.m.
CIF State Championships at Woodward Park, Fresno (Palo Alto boys) 11:15 a.m.
Stanford at Gulf Coast Classic (Estero, Fla.) 2 p.m.
CSU Maritime at Menlo College (Bud Presley Classic) 4 p.m.
Notre Dame at Stanford 4:30 p.m.
Stanford at Gulf Coast Classic (Estero, Fla.) 11 a.m.
Ohio State at Stanford (NCAA third round) 5 p.m.
Singles, doubles semfinals and finals at CCS Individual Tournament (Bay Club Courtside, Los Gatos) 12 p.m.
Mens Football, California vs. Stanford, Saturday
Highlights of Stanford's 35-22 win over Cal in the 118th Big Game. Video courtesy of Pac-12 Networks on YouTube.com
Palo Alto Knights Jr. Midgets heading to national playoffs
It's holiday time for the Palo Alto Knights' football program. First up is Thanksgiving this week and then Christmas next month. In between, however, maybe something even more special for the players and their families. Tuesday, 2:28 PM
Bonanni heads Stanford's all-MPSF water polo honors
Senior Bret Bonanni, one of the most decorated men's water polo players in school history, added another accolade to his impressive list of achievements on Tuesday. The Cardinal was named to the All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation First Team for a third straight season.
Tuesday, 2:58 PM
Anderson prepares for final home football game at Stanford
Palo Alto grad Kevin Anderson acknowledges that "it's going to be weird" walking onto the field at Stanford Stadium for the final time in a Cardinal football uniform on Saturday. Tuesday, 2:40 PM
2015 girls' All-SCVAL De Anza Division volleyball team
ALL-SCVAL DE ANZA DIVISION
Co-Most Valuable Player: Chanti Holroyd (Mountain View), Lulu Kishton (Los Altos)
Outstanding Senior: Sarah Nelson (Los Gatos)
Outstanding Junior: Jessica Lee (Palo Alto)
Outstanding Sophomore: Chelsea Fan (Palo Alto) Tuesday, 1:40 PM
2015 girls' all-league water polo teams
ALL-PAL BAY DIVISION
Most Valuable Player: Celia Aldrete (Castilleja) Sr.
Most Valuable Goalie: Amelia Milne (Burlingame) Sr.
Maddie Macdonald (Castilleja) Sr.; Serena Rivera-Korver (Castilleja) Jr.; Allison Sullivan Wu (Burlingame) So.; Claire Morrison (Bulringame) Sr.; Kyra Sheeper (Menlo-Atherton) Jr.; Maya Srinivasan (Woodside) Fr.; Ellie Henretty (Half Moon Bay) Sr. Tuesday, 11:38 AM
2015 boys' all-league water polo teams
2015 ALL-PAY BAY DIVISION
Most Valuable Player: Chris Xi (Menlo School) Sr.
Most Valuable Goalie: Tiago Bonchristiano (Menlo School) Jr. Tuesday, 11:08 AM
SHP's Choy, Menlo's Vielma advance in CCS singles tourney
Sacred Heart Prep sophomore Sara Choy opened defense of her singles title at the Central Coast Section Individual Tournament by posting a pair of straight-set wins on Monday at Bay Club Courtside in Los Gatos. Tuesday, 8:47 AM
Stanford women suffer rare home basketball loss to Broncos
Nationally No. 13 Stanford got itself in trouble early and never did get things straightened out, dropping a 61-58 nonconference women's basketball contest to visiting Santa Clara on Monday night. Monday, 10:11 PM
PAL Bay Division, WBAL girls' volleyball all-league teams
2015 ALL-PAL BAY DIVISION
Most Valuable Player: Jacqueline DiSanto (Menlo-Atherton) Jr.
Erin Alonso (Carlmont) Sr.; Elena Mateus (Carlmont) Sr.; Adrienne Lee (Mills) Sr.; Kara Herbert (Sequoia) Sr.; Hailey Merkes (Half Moon Bay) Jr.; Melanie Moore (Aragon) Jr.; Maddie Lee (Aragon) Sr.; Cherene Uale (Hillsdale) Sr.
Natalie Ballout (Burlingame) So.; Julia Haupt (Burlingame) So.; Kirby Knapp (Menlo-Atherton) Jr.; Eliza Grover (Menlo-Atherton) Jr. Monday, 1:21 PM