Sports

Recent Scores

Mens Volleyball:
UC Santa Barbara 3, Stanford 0, Saturday
Mens Baseball:
Menlo 12, Oregon Tech 5, Saturday
Mens Baseball:
Oregon Tech 7, Menlo 5, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Simpson 9, Menlo 0, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Simpson 13, Menlo 5, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Oregon 5, Stanford 4, Saturday
Mens Tennis:
California 4, Stanford 3, Saturday
Mens Baseball:
Stanford 8, Utah 1, Saturday
Womens Tennis:
California 5, Stanford 2, Saturday
Girls Softball:
Harker 5, Castilleja 4, Friday
Girls Softball:
Pinewood 6, King's Academy 1, Friday
Boys Baseball:
Terra Nova 9, Menlo-Atherton 8, Friday
Boys Lacrosse:
Sacred Heart Prep 6, St. Francis 3, Friday
Boys Swimming:
Palo Alto 123, Los Altos 59, Friday
Girls Swimming:
Palo Alto 127, Los Altos 56, Friday
Boys Baseball:
Los Gatos 8, Palo Alto 6, Friday
Boys Baseball:
Sacred Heart Prep 4, Sequoia 0, Friday
Girls Lacrosse:
Palo Alto 19, St Francis Mt View 10, Friday
Mens Baseball:
Stanford 10, Utah 6, Friday

 
Athletes of the Week

Mimi Lin
Palo Alto diving
The junior diver captured the Palo Alto Invitational title with a score of 515.80 points for 11 dives, becoming the No. 2 performer in school history while improving upon her CCS runner-uup point total from 2014.

Reed Merritt
Palo Alto diving
The junior diver won the Palo Alto Invitational title with a score of 559.90 points, breaking the school record of 525.45 for 11 dives while improving upon his CCS runner-up point total from 2014.

 
Sports Calendar

Today
Womens Gymnastics
Stanford at NCAA Individual finals (Ft. Worth, Texas) 12 p.m.
Womens Softball
Oregon at Stanford 12 p.m.
Mens Baseball
Utah at Stanford 1 p.m.
Monday, April 20
Womens Golf
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Boulder, Colo.) 9 a.m.
Boys Golf
Menlo School at King's Academy (Sunnyvale Muni GC) 3:30 p.m.
Boys Tennis
Crystal Springs at Menlo School 3:30 p.m.
Boys Golf
Pinewood at Sacred Heart Prep (Sharon Heights CC) 3:30 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse
Palo Alto at Leland (makeup game) 4 p.m.
Girls Softball
Harker at Palo Alto 4 p.m.
Boys Baseball
St. Lawrence at Pinewood 4 p.m.
Boys Lacrosse
Aragon at Sacred Heart Prep 4 p.m.
Womens Softball
Oregon at Stanford 7 p.m.

 
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Mens Tennis, USC vs. Stanford, Apr 11, 2015
The Stanford men's tennis team's upset of USC highlights Cardinalpalooza. Video courtesy of The Cardinal Channel on YouTube.com

 
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Sports Headlines

Cardinal gymnasts provide super finish to their season
The 11th ranked Stanford women's gymnastics team scored 197.250 to finish fifth at Saturday's NCAA Championships Super Six in Fort Worth. The Cardinal's result is its second-highest score in program history at any NCAA Championships competition.
Saturday, 11:39 PM

Stanford puts the brakes on Utah in Pac-12 baseball win
Cardinal corner
The Stanford baseball team clinched its second straight Pac-12 series with an 8-1 win over Utah in front of 1,245 fans at Klein Field at Sunken Diamond Saturday afternoon. Marc Brakeman returned from a seven-week absence to earn his first win of the year.
Saturday, 11:20 PM

Stanford men lose to Cal, share Pac-12 tennis title with USC
With the Pac-12 title hanging in the balance, Billy Griffith outlasted Nolan Paige, 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4, at the No. 5 spot, as No. 28 California held on to knock off No. 24 Stanford, 4-3, on Saturday afternoon at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. Saturday, 7:59 PM

Palo Alto's Givens races to victories at CCS Top 8 meet
The annual CCS Top 8 Invitational serves as a pretty good preview to the section track and field championships. With that said, look for Palo Alto junior Eli Givens to make a return trip to the CIF State Meet in both the 100 and 200 next month. Saturday, 9:32 AM

Cardinal rallies from deficit to beat Utah in Pac-12 action
Stanford roundup
Chris Castellanos turned 13 into his lucky number Friday night in helping the Stanford baseball team beat visiting Utah, 10-6, in Pac-12 action. Castellanos retired 12 of the 13 batters he faced, including nine of the last 10. Friday, 11:34 PM

A long tennis journey for Stanford seniors is rewarded
Seniors John Morrissey and Robert Stineman come to The Farm from Dublin, Ireland, and Winnetka, Ill., respectively. Unlikely college tennis teammates, let alone Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity brothers, they will always share a special bond and have helped put the Cardinal on the doorstep of its first outright Pac-12 title since 2003. Friday, 6:28 PM | 1 comments

It's onward to the Super Six for Stanford women gymnasts
The No. 11 Stanford women's gymnastics team matched its second-highest score of the season with a 197.175 to finish third Friday in the semifinals of the NCAA championships at the Forth Worth Convention Center Arena and advance to Saturday's Super Six for the seventh time in program history, and the first in three years.
Friday, 6:24 PM | 2 comments

McNealy named to U.S. golf team for prestigious Palmer Cup
Stanford notes
Stanford sophomore Maverick McNealy was named to the Palmer Cup team for the United States, as announced Friday on the Golf Channel's Morning Drive. The annual Ryder Cup-style competition will be played June 12-14 at Rich Harvest Farms near Sugar Grove, Ill. Friday, 2:23 PM

Stanford grad Slater helps SJ Giants win their home opener
Stanford grad Austin Slater was 3 for 5, including a double, and drove in two runs to help the San Jose Giants win their home opener, batting the Bakersfield Blaze, 10-5, in Single-A California League baseball action Thursday night.
Thursday, 11:10 PM

Raney scores twice to help Stanford win MPSF finale
Freshman Jordan Raney scored twice and the top-ranked Stanford women's water polo team beat host No. 4 California, 7-3, in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular-season finale for both teams on Thursday in Berkeley.
Thursday, 11:27 PM

Stanford's Orrange going to the Big Apple in WNBA draft
Amber Orrange was drafted by the New York Liberty with the 23rd overall pick of the WNBA draft on Thursday. She became the 24th Stanford player overall, and 10th in the past nine years, when she was selected at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut. Thursday, 7:43 PM

Menlo College adds two to its softball recruiting class

Stanford's McNealy a semifinalist for Hogan Award

Paly grad Pederson a defensive standout as Dodgers win

Stanford's Morris scores game-winner for USA soccer

2015 Central Coast Section track and field leaders

Menlo School boys topple Gunn in battle of tennis titans

Strong relief effort not enough for Stanford softball

Stanford soccer duo named to U.S. women's World Cup squad

Palo Alto boys win golf showdown with rival Gunn

Stanford men beat the Dons, extend tennis winning streak

Stanford's Hoffpauir's hot bat earns him Pac-12 weekly honor

Seidemann, Clark among USA vets on National Team roster

Stanford women sweep MPSF water polo honors once again

Morrissey earns Pac-12 tennis honor following 3-0 week

Menlo sweeps Cal Pac softball doubleheader from La Sierra

Stanford Water Polo Club receives some national honors

Top high school linebacker commits to Stanford

Menlo-Atherton girls defend their team title at Serra Top 7

Paly grad Pederson gets his first MLB homer as Dodgers win

Cardinal getting healthy, wins first Pac-12 baseball series

Morris to play with Team USA against Mexico this weekend

Cardinal seniors make it 100 women's water polo wins

Hoffpauir's two 3-run homers go for naught in 11-10 loss

Stanford men add individual national gymnastics titles