Sports

Recent Scores

Girls Soccer:
Menlo-Atherton 3, Christopher 0, Saturday
Boys Basketball:
Half Moon Bay 50, Menlo School 44, Saturday
Girls Soccer:
Sacred Heart Prep 4, Hillsdale 0, Saturday
Mens Basketball:
BYU 79, Stanford 77, Saturday
Womens Basketball:
Siena Heights 61, Menlo 57, Saturday
Mens Basketball:
Hope International 70, Menlo 43, Saturday
Womens Basketball:
Tennessee 59, Stanford 40, Saturday
Boys Basketball:
Menlo School 44, Menlo-Atherton 41, Friday
Boys Soccer:
Menlo School 4, San Mateo 2, Friday
Girls Soccer:
Castilleja 2, Wilcox 0, Friday
Girls Basketball:
Menlo-Atherton 50, Menlo School 44, Friday
Girls Soccer:
St. Francis 3, Menlo School 1, Friday
Girls Basketball:
Castilleja 53, Mills 46, Friday
Boys Basketball:
Gunn 65, Prospect 53, Friday
Mens Basketball:
Bethesda 78, Menlo 66, Friday
Girls Basketball:
Sacred Heart Prep 46, Carlmont 42 OT, Friday
Womens Volleyball:
Penn State 3, Stanford 1, Thursday
Boys Basketball:
Gunn 56, Valley Christian 46, Thursday
Mens Basketball:
Stanford 67, Loyola Marymount 58, Wednesday
Boys Basketball:
Gunn 78, Branham 35, Wednesday
Womens Basketball:
Chattanooga 54, Stanford 46, Wednesday
Womens Basketball:
AP Top 25 , Stanford No. 7 , Monday
Boys Basketball:
Pinewood 70, Oakwood School 54, Monday
Womens Basketball:
Stanford 82, Santa Clara 43, Dec 14, 2014

 
Athletes of the Week

Brije Byers
Eastside Prep basketball
The senior guard sparked four basketball wins by scoring 87 points, 19 coming in a 65-64 win over state-ranked O'Dowd and 68 in three wins and a title at the Paris Twins Classic where she earned all-tournament honors.

Scott Harris
Priory basketball
The junior guard/forward poured in 96 points in four basketball games, including a career-high 40 against Oceana and 21 in a 12-point win, to help the Panthers go 3-1 during the week and improve to 4-1 on the season.

 
Sports Calendar

Monday, December 22
Womens Basketball
UC Davis at Stanford 2 p.m.
Tuesday, December 23
Mens Basketball
Stanford at Texas 4 p.m.
Sunday, December 28
Womens Basketball
UC Santa Barbara at Stanford 2 p.m.
Monday, December 29
Mens Basketball
Menlo at Arizona Christian 5:30 p.m.
Womens Basketball
Midlands at Menlo Peninsula Classic 6 p.m.
Mens Basketball
Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Stanford 8 p.m.
Tuesday, December 30
Mens Basketball
Menlo vs. The Masters at Arizona Christian Phoenix 3:30 p.m.
Womens Basketball
Warner Pacific at Menlo Peninsula Classic 6 p.m.
Mens Football
Stanford vs. Maryland at Foster Farms Bowl Santa Clara 7 p.m.

 
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Mens Football, Stanford vs. UCLA, Nov 28, 2014
Highlights of Stanford's 31-10 win over UCLA in the Rose Bowl. Video courtesy of Stanford Athletics on YouTube.com

 
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Sports Headlines

Randle's 24 points not enough to overcome the Cougars
Stefan Nastic and Chasson Randle helped Stanford score 13 of the final 15 points, only to see the rally fall short in a 79-77 nonconference men's basketball loss at host BYU on Saturday night.
Saturday, 11:52 PM

Menlo College's rally falls short in loss to No. 13 Siena Heights
Oaks basketball
Amber Lane scored 17 points, including a layup that brought Menlo College to within a point of NAIA No. 13 Siena Heights, but the Saints managed to hold onto a 61-57 victory over the Oaks in the first game of the Hoops N Surf Invitational in Honolulu.
Saturday, 9:56 PM

Sputtering offense leads to another loss for Cardinal
Women's basketball
The seventh-ranked Stanford women's basketball team expects to win games when it holds opponents to fewer than 60 points. That was not the case during a trip to Tennessee this week.
Saturday, 1:59 PM

2014 Girls All-Peninsula Athletic League water polo
BAY DIVISION
Most Valuable Player: Anna Yu (Castilleja) Sr.
Most Valuable Goalie: Francesca Gilles (Menlo-Atherton) Sr.
First Team
Fernanda Kramer (Castilleja) Sr.; Alex Zafran (Castilleja) Sr.; Nadia Paquin (Menlo-Atherton) Fr.; Kyra Sheeper (Menlo-Atherton) So. Friday, 10:01 AM

Stanford women fall in NCAA volleyball semifinals
The top-ranked and top-seeded Stanford women's volleyball team came up short once again, dropping a disappointing 25-16, 23-25, 25-22, 25-21 decision to No. 5 Penn State in the national semifinals of the NCAA tournament Thursday night in Oklahoma City. Thursday, 11:07 PM

Stanford women's tennis signs three top national players
Stanford women's tennis coach Lele Forood has announced the signing of three incoming student-athletes to National Letters of Intent. The group will join the Cardinal for the 2015-16 campaign. Thursday, 2:49 PM

Stanford's Sullivan named national freshman of the year
Women's soccer
Stanford midfielder Andi Sullivan has been named national Freshman of the Year for women's soccer by TopDrawerSoccer.com. Her play was crucial to Stanford's 20-2-3 record, No. 3 final ranking, and run into the NCAA College Cup semifinals. Thursday, 2:05 PM

Stanford's Ajanaku among Honda finalists for volleyball
Stanford middle blocker Inky Ajanaku is among the four nominees for the Honda Sports Award for volleyball, joining Wisconsin's Lauren Carlini, Micha Hancock of Penn State and Washington's Krista Vansant. Thursday, 10:30 AM

2014 Boys All-PAL Bay Division water polo team
Most Valuable Player: Nick Bisconti (Menlo School) Sr.
Most Valuable Goalie: Spencer Witte (Menlo School) Sr.
First Team
John Knox (Menlo-Atherton) Sr.; Matheus Santos (Menlo-Atherton) Sr.; Andreas Katsis (Menlo School) Sr.; Chris Xi (Menlo School) Jr.; Ryan Koel (Mills) Sr.; Jack Beasley (Menlo-Atherton) Jr.; Malcolm Feix (Half Moon Bay) Jr. Thursday, 10:31 AM

Randle scores 31, free-throw streak ends in Stanford win
Senior point guard Chasson Randle scored a season-high 31 points, two off his career best, as Stanford beat visiting Loyola Marymount, 67-58, Wednesday night, for its third win in four games. Wednesday, 9:15 PM | 1 comments

Shooting woes lead to another loss for Cardinal women
Lili Thompson managed to score nine points as No. 7 Stanford's leading scorer in Wednesday's 54-46 loss to host Chattanooga in a nonconference women's basketball game. Wednesday, 6:51 PM | 1 comments

Stanford's Bowen, Bonanni are finalists for Cutino Award

Stanford has six named to AVCA All-American volleyball team

Stanford's Ipsen wins 1-meter diving title at Winter Nationals

PASA splashes to second overall at winter national swim meet

Eastside Prep boys quietly compile a 7-0 hoop mark

Stanford's Johnson earns national freshman hoop honor

Stanford has four receive All-America honors from SI.com

Menlo College football has four competing in all-star game

Stanford's Johnson is Pac-12 Freshman of the Week in hoops

Hewitt's pass catching helps keep Bengals atop AFC North

Top Oregon high school running back commits to Stanford

Palo Alto girls will take 5-0 soccer mark into the new year

Orrange, Johnson lead Stanford women past Santa Clara, 82-43

Stanford women sweep Florida to advance to Final Four

Menlo's Lacy finishes 10th in national cross-country finals

Brown wakes up in time to lead Stanford men past Denver

Sowards scores 15 points as Menlo women win third straight