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Bank of the West results, Stanford
Andrea Petkovic of Germany advanced with a 6-1, 6-4 first-round win. Photo by Harjanto Sumali.
posted by Rick on Jul 28, 2014
Coco Vandeweghe advanced to the second round with a win over Stanford grad Kristie Ahn. Photo by Harjanto Sumali.
Stanford grad Kristie Ahn dropped her opening match in straight sets. Photo by Harjanto Sumali.
Palo Alto Oaks defeat , San Francisco Tides
Casey Thompson had a pair of hits for the Palo Alto Oaks in Sunday's 7-1 victory in the first game of a doubleheader sweep. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online Sports.
posted by Palo Alto Online on Jul 20, 2014
Sacred Heart Prep grad Will Nahmens rounds third on the way to scoring on Sunday. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online Sports.
Gunn High grad Ricky Navarro came on in relief in Game 1 to help save a 7-1 win by the Palo Alto Oaks. Photo by Keith Peters/Palo Alto Online Sports.
Team USA 3, Serbia 1
Team USA after beating Serbia/Photo tweeted by Andrea Becker
posted by Rick on Jul 06, 2014
Team USA 3, Brazil 0
Team USA beat Brazil for the second consecutive night/Photo by USA Volleyball
Hungary 12, Team USA 11
USA vs. Montenegro/Photo by Richard Schoenebeck/Rsportfolo
Rodgers shoots final round of 69, finishes Greenbrier Classic with 3-under 277
Stanford senior Patrick Rodgers shot a 3-under 277 at the Greenbrier Classic/Photo by Casey Valentine/stanfordphoto.com
Team USA 9, Montenegro 9
Jack Bowen scored four times for Team USA/USA water polo
posted by Rick on Jul 05, 2014
10,000 meter results, USATF Championships
Stanford grad Chris Derrick finished second in the men's 10,000 meters. Photo by Spencer Allen/SportsImageWire.com
posted by Rick on Jun 26, 2014
Cuffe (Stanford) fourth 5,000 meters, USATF Championships
Stanford senior Aisling Cuffe finished fourth in the women's 5,000 meters. Photo by Spencer Allen/SportsImageWire.com
posted by Rick on Jun 27, 2014
Carter (Nike/Stanford) wins 400 hurdles title, USATF Championships
Former Stanford All-American Kori Carter won her first national title in the 400 hurdles. Photo by Spencer Allen/SportsImageWire.com
posted by Rick on Jun 29, 2014
Saunders (Stanford) 2nd in 800, NCAA Championships
Stanford's Claudia Saunders finished second in the women's 800 at the NCAA finals. Photo by Spencer Allen/SportsImageWire.com
posted by Rick on Jun 13, 2014
Texas A&M 75, Stanford 19
Stanford's Aisling Cuffe (right) finished second in the women's 5,000 at the NCAA finals. Photo by Spencer Allen/SportsImageWire.com
posted by Rick on Jun 14, 2014
Team USA 3, Serbia 2
Stanford grad Erik Shoji recorded 13 digs and 13 excellebt receptions in Team USA's five-set victory over Serbia/Photo courtesy of FIVB
CIF State Championships , Gunn's Robinson wins 1600
Menlo School grad Maddy Price was second in the 400 and fifth int the 200, earning medals in both races. Photo by John Hale.
posted by Palo Alto Online on Jun 07, 2014
Gunn grad Sarah Robinson won the 1,600 and took second in the 3,200. Photo by John Hale.
Gunn sophomore Maya Miklos finished sixth in the 300 hurdles and earned a medal. Photo by John Hale.
CIF State Championships , Three local qualifiers
Menlo-Atherton freshman Jordan Olesen made her state meet debut in the 1,600 relay. Photo by John Hale.
posted by Palo Alto Online on Jun 06, 2014
Menlo-Atherton sophomore Annalisa Crowe anchored the Bears' 1,600 relay team. Photo by John Hale.
Menlo School grad Maddy Price qualified for the finals in the 400 and 200. Photo by John Hale.
CCS Championships , Palo Alto 4th
Sacred Heart Prep junior Daniel Hill finished eighth in the 3,200. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.
posted by Palo Alto Online on May 30, 2014
Paly leadoff man Austin Cox (right) hands to Eli Givens on the opening 400 relay at the CCS finals. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.
Priory junior Ross Corey missed qualifying for the state meet in the 800 by one spot. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.
CCS semifinals , Menlo, Paly, Priory, M-A, SHP athletes advance
Palo Alto's 1,600 relay team of (L-R) Jack Hansen, Dami Bolarinwa, Eli Givens and Nick Sullivan ran a season best of 3:24.52 to reach the CCS finals. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.
posted by Palo Alto Online on May 24, 2014
Paly senior Nick Sullivan anchored the 400 and 1,600 relay teams to berth in the CCS finals. Photo by Malcolm Slaney.
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