Stanford 5, Concordia 0, yesterday
Stanford No. 12, NCAA Championships , yesterday
Stanford 11, California 10, yesterday
Stanford 7, Utah 3, yesterday
Stanford 7, Hawai'i 0, yesterday
Locals at, Serra Top 7 , Saturday
Locals at, Serra Top 7 , Saturday
Menlo finishes third at, National HS Invitational , Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 10, San Ramon Valley 7, Saturday
Menlo 13, Oak Ridge 8, Saturday
Cupertino, Homestead 79, Woodside 53, Gunn 52, Saturday
Cupertino 93, Gunn 56, Saturday
Hope International 3, Menlo 1, Saturday
Hope International sweeps DH, from Menlo , Saturday
Long Beach State 4, Stanford 1, Saturday
Stanford 7, Utah 6, Saturday
Stanford 456, California 419, Saturday
Stanford 79, UC Davis 54, Saturday
Stanford 9, California 3, Saturday
Stanford at, NCAA championships , Saturday
Arizona State 196, Stanford 195, Saturday
Stanford 15, Arizona State 4, Saturday
Stanford 20, Harvard 7, Saturday
Gunn 115, Saratoga 61, Friday
Locals at, PALY Section Challenge , Friday
The senior did a lot of everything for the Bears, who won twice last week. She combined for eight goals, six assists, eight ground balls and four caused turnovers in wins over Gunn and Burlingame.
Gunn track & field
The senior set personal bests in each the discus and shot put at the St. Francis Invitational, winning both events. His 158-3 in discus and 53-1 in the shot put are the top marks in the Central Coast Section.
Stanford at USC 4 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Harker 4 p.m.
Crystal Springs Uplands at Menlo 4 p.m.
Priory at Pinewood 4 p.m.
Gunn at University Prep 4 p.m.
BYU at Stanford (NCAA second round) 8 p.m.
Team USA at Intercontinental Cup (Perth, Aus.) 10 a.m.
Team USA at Intercontinental Cup (Perth, Aus.) 1 p.m.
WBAL 2B meet at The King's Academy 3 p.m.
Kehillah Jewish vs. Summit Prep at Baylands 3:30 p.m.
Palo Alto vs. Milpitas at Sunnyvale Muni 3:30 p.m.
Woodside at Capuchino 4 p.m.
Monta Vista at Gunn 4 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo 4 p.m.
Carlmont at Menlo-Atherton 4 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Mills 4 p.m.
Gunn at Monta Vista 4 p.m.
Cupertino at Palo Alto 4 p.m.
Mercy-Burlingame at Priory 4 p.m.
Woodside at Sacred Heart Cathedral 4 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at San Mateo (Coed) 4 p.m.
Woodside at San Mateo 4 p.m.
Sequoia at Woodside (Coed) 4 p.m.
Aragon at Woodside 4 p.m.
Burlingame at Castilleja 4:15 p.m.
Womens Softball, Stanford vs. California, yesterday
Stanford 11, Cal; 10 -- Pac-12 Networks
Concordia vs. Stanford
Concordia vs. Stanford
Prep report: Top marks turned in at Serra, De Anza and Azusa
While the Menlo-Atherton girls were winning the Serra Top 7 meet and the M-A boys were placing third, a handful of Gunn athletes were entered in the De Anza/Cupertino Invitational and at Azusa Pacific's Meet of Champions on Saturday with solid results. Monday, 12:23 AM
Stanford gets instant relief in series victory over the Utes
Stanford's bullpen came through in a big way all weekend in a three-game sweep of visiting Utah and Austin Weiermiller and Will Mathiessen were no different in leading the third-ranked Cardinal past the Utes, 7-3, in Sunday's Pac-12 Conference baseball series finale. Sunday, 8:45 PM
Stanford softball rallies for Pac-12 series victory over Cal
Failing to hold a 6-0 lead on the road in a Pac-12 Conference game and trailing by three entering the final inning, Stanford had enough fight left to score four runs and take an 11-10 victory over host California on Saturday. Sunday, 8:22 PM
Cardinal corner: Beach action, tennis win and fencing results
The 14th-ranked Stanford beach volleyball team survived a brutal early season schedule that saw the Cardinal play nationally-ranked opponents eight times in the first 10 games, winning three of them. Sunday, 7:09 PM | 1 comments
Third straight NCAA title for Stanford swimmers, divers
Taylor Ruck, Erin Voss and Lucie Nordmann all finished among the top five in the 200 back, giving the top-ranked Stanford women's swimming and diving team the lead for good en route to its third consecutive NCAA championship, with 456 1/2 points, in Austin, Texas on Saturday. Sunday, 10:32 PM
Cardinal corner: Good Pac-12 wins for baseball, softball
Kyle Stowers doubled with two outs in the bottom of the 12th inning to lift the third-ranked Stanford baseball team past visiting Utah in a Pac-12 Conference game Saturday. Sacred Heart Prep grad Andrew Daschbach got going offensively with three hits, including a home run, and drove in two runs. Saturday, 11:03 PM
Stanford women turn their attention to BYU in NCAA hoops
Alanna Smith scored 21 points, Kiana Williams added 19 and the Stanford women's basketball team beat UC Davis 79-54 in the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal play BYU in Monday's second round at 8 p.m. Saturday, 9:34 PM
Former Cardinal Travis reaches NCAA Sweet 16 with Wildcats
Former Stanford All-American Reid Travis made a pair of free throws with 17.8 seconds left to give Kentucky a four-point bulge en route to a 62-56 win over Wofford in the second round of the NCAA tournament in Jacksonville. Saturday, 3:57 PM
Record-setting effort leads Cardinal to lacrosse win at ASU
Stanford senior Julia Massaro set a school record and sophomore Katherine Gjertsen scored four times to lead No. 19 Stanford women's lacrosse to a 15-4 win at Arizona State on Saturday afternoon. Saturday, 3:08 PM
Stanford women return from finals for big water polo win
Madison Berggren scored a career-high five goals in just three quarters, Aria Fischer added four and the second-ranked Stanford women's water polo team returned from its finals break with a 20-7 win over No. 18 Harvard and former Castilleja coach Ted Minnis, on Saturday. Saturday, 2:22 PM
Prep report: SHP wins, Paly loses first SCVAL game
Nathan Fleischli threw a three-hitter and Sacred Heart Prep had another big day at the plate in beating host Menlo School 9-0 in a Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division baseball game Friday. Sunday, 5:00 PM
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