Russia 3, Team USA 0, yesterday
Palo Alto 12, Jesuit 11, yesterday
Stanford 1, Cal Poly 0, yesterday
Stanford 1, Northeastern 0, yesterday
Menlo 2, Corban 0, yesterday
Menlo 2, Simpson 0, yesterday
Stanford 1, Indiana 0, yesterday
Stanford 3, Illinois 1, yesterday
US Open , Nicole Gibbs loses in second round , Thursday
Woodside 3, Gunn 1, Thursday
Palo Alto 6, Aragon 1, Thursday
Priory 3, Jewish Community High 1, Thursday
Leland 15, Sacred Heart Prep 6, Thursday
Sacred Heart Prep 3, Half Moon Bay 0, Thursday
Santa Clara 3, Castilleja 2, Thursday
Menlo School 3, Live Oak 0, Thursday
Brazil 11, USA 10, Thursday
Team USA 9, Canada 7, Thursday
Pacific Union 3, Menlo 1, Wednesday
USA 21, Brazil 7, Wednesday
USA 19, Canada 12, Wednesday
Stanford ranked 2, USTFCCCA Top 25, Wednesday
Stanford ranked 7, USTFCCCA Top 25, Wednesday
Hillsdale 3, Castilleja 0, Tuesday
Nicole Gibbs (USA/Stanford) wins 1st round match, US Open , Tuesday
Gunn, Menlo School, Sacred Heart Prep at Spikefest I (Independence High) 8 a.m.
Stanford at Northwestern 9 a.m.
Palo Alto at Davis 10 a.m.
Gunn at Jesuit 11 a.m.
Burlingame at Gunn (Janette MacKinlay Memorial Scramble) 11:30 a.m.
Stanford vs. MIT at Bruno Classic (Cambridge, Mass.) 12 p.m.
Menlo School at Carmel 2 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Marin Catholic 2 p.m.
Stanford vs. Harvard at Bruno Classic (Cambridge, Mass.) 4 p.m.
Stanford at Penn State 5 p.m.
Los Altos at Menlo-Atherton 5 p.m.
Stanford vs. Bucknell at Bruno Classic (Providence, R.I.) 6:15 a.m.
Stanford vs. St. Francis (NY) at Bruno Classic (Providence, R.I.) 8:45 a.m.
Miami (Ohio) at Stanford 12 p.m.
Stanford vs. Brown at Bruno Classic (Providence, R.I.) 12:30 p.m.
VCU at Stanford 3 p.m.
Sierra Nevada College at Menlo College 1 p.m.
Sierra Nevada College at Menlo College 3:30 p.m.
St. Francis at Menlo School 3:30 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Palo Alto 3:30 p.m.
King's Academy at Pinewood 3:30 p.m.
Pinewood at Leadership High (Bayshore Community Center) 5 p.m.
Castilleja at Piedmont Hills 5:30 p.m.
Mtn. View Academy at Priory 5:30 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Valley Christian 6:15 p.m.
Mens Football, QBs throw for 274 yards vs. Stanford Open House, Aug 22, 2015
Highlights of Stanford\\\'s Open House football scrimmage. Video courtesy of The Cardinal Channel on YouTube.com
Whittier vs. Menlo
Argentina vs. Team USA
Eastern Oregon vs. Menlo
Cardinal men, women get plenty of chances in 1-0 victories
Slater Meehan's late, first-half goal proved to be the difference in a dominant effort for the No. 16 Stanford men's soccer team and the Cardinal won its home opener, 1-0, over Northeastern at Cagan Stadium on Friday night.
Saturday, 12:32 AM
Menlo men win third straight soccer match; women also win
Issac Miselewicz and Luis Nunez each scored in the second half and the Menlo College men's soccer team won its third straight, beating host Simpson, 2-0, in a nonconference match Friday.
Friday, 9:08 PM
Lutz leads Cardinal women past No. 6 Illinois in volleyball
Merete Lutz returned from a finger injury to record a career high 19 kills and the second-ranked Stanford's women's volleyball team downed No. 6 Illinois, 16-25, 27-25, 25-18, 25-21, Friday at Rec Hall in University Park, PA as part of the Pac-12/Big 10 Challenge.
Friday, 8:23 PM
Shaw is ready for his fifth season opener as head coach
Stanford head football coach David Shaw leads his 21st-ranked Cardinal into a season-opener for the fifth time Saturday at Northwestern and is 4-0 in lid-lifters. He said the buildup is a mixture of excitement, uncertainty and discovery. Friday, 4:08 PM
Gunn's Watt is named a Paralympian Athlete of the Year
Gunn High senior Amy Watt has been named the 2015 Female Field Athlete of the Year by U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee. Watt is one of 66 athletes selected as 2015 U.S. Paralympics Track and Field High School All-Americans. Friday, 3:22 PM
USA women's volleyball falls to Russia in FIVB World Cup
The U.S. Women's National Team had its six-match win streak at the FIVB World Cup snapped after Russia earned a 25-17, 31-29, 25-23 victory on Friday afternoon in Nagoya, Japan, in a battle of 7-1 teams in the top two positions of the standings. Friday, 12:36 PM
It's a makeover for Stanford defense with nine new starters
Fifth-year senior cornerback Ronnie Harris will be one of nine new starters on defense when the 21st-ranked Stanford football team takes the field Saturday morning against host Northwestern at 9 a.m. (PT) in Evanston, Ill. Thursday, 3:36 PM | 3 comments
Stanford's Bonanni takes aim at Azevedo's scoring record
Bret Bonanni returns for his senior season as one of the top offensive water polo players in the world, let alone at the collegiate level. He's on target to surpass Tony Azevedo's career scoring record at Stanford, which is also the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation record and, likely, the NCAA record. Thursday, 3:33 PM
SHP's football blueprint for success is a proven winner
As Pete Lavorato enters his 13th season as head coach of the Sacred Heart Prep football team, the message he conveys to his squad is simple -- continue to build a legacy at the school. Thursday, 3:31 PM
Stanford Water Polo Club has 11 All-Americans from the JOs
A total of 11 players from the Stanford Water Polo Club were named 2015 Junior Olympic All-Americans by USA Water Polo. The Junior Olympics were held in July and August in Orange County. Thursday, 3:16 PM
Stanford cross country teams among top seven in the nation
The Stanford men's and women's cross country teams will open the season ranked among the nation's top 10, and each was identified as the best in the region. The Cardinal men are ranked No. 2, equaling their NCAA finish of last year, and the women are No. 7. Wednesday, 12:57 PM
Shaw not concerned with his young, inexperienced defense
With nine new defensive starters, there have been questions about Stanford's strength on that side of the ball heading into Saturday's season-opening football game at Northwestern. Wednesday, 10:03 AM