Stanford 96, USF 62, yesterday
Stanford ranked No. 3, CWPA Top 20 , Wednesday
Guerevich-Mogili (Los Gatos) 2, Page-Wong (Palo Alto) 0, Wednesday
Layton (Castilleja) 79, O'Keefe (Palo Alto) 82, Wednesday
Stanford Coed Sailing 4, California Sailing 1, Tuesday
Menlo 88, Pacific Union 62, Tuesday
Menlo 64, Cal State Maritime 60, Tuesday
Locals at, CCS Individual Tournament , Tuesday
Stanford ranked 7, USATFCCC Top 25, Tuesday
Stanford ranked 7, USATFCCC Top 25, Tuesday
Stanford ranked No. 1, United Soccer Coaches Top 25 , Tuesday
Stanford ranked No. 7, United Soccer Coaches Top 25 , Tuesday
Stanford ranked No. 2, AVCA Top 25 , Tuesday
North Carolina 90, Stanford 72, Monday
Cupertino 4, Palo Alto 3, Monday
Menlo 20, Saratoga 10, Monday
Palo Alto 13, Los Altos 12, Monday
Stanford (7-2-1, 11-3-4) , Pac-12 Conference , Sunday
Stanford (4-3, 6-4) , Pac-12 Conference , Sunday
Stanford (16-0, 24-1) , Pac-12 Conference , Sunday
Stanford 115, Idaho 71, Sunday
Stanford 48, Oregon State 17, Saturday
Stanford 41, San Francisco State 5, Saturday
Stanford 12, California 11, Saturday
Stanford 3, Seattle 0, Nov 9, 2018
Menlo water polo
The senior co-captain was both an inspirational leader and a leading scorer in the pool as Menlo School won twice last week to reach the Central Coast Section Division II championship final, which was played Monday. (Spoiler alert: the Knights won).
Palo Alto water polo
The junior attacker was the third-seeded Vikings leading scorer throughout the Central Coast Section Division I tournament, helping them beat Menlo-Atherton, 8-7, and Los Gatos, 12-11, in overtime in two games last week. Paly won the title Monday.
Sacred Heart Prep vs. Campolindo at Clovis (NorCal Division I Championships) 2:15 p.m.
Palo Alto vs. Righetti at Clovis North (NorCal Division II Championships) 2:15 p.m.
Menlo vs. San Ramon Valley at Buchanan (NorCal Division I Championships) 2:30 p.m.
Milpitas at Menlo-Atherton (CCS Open Division I) 5 p.m.
Mississippi at Stanford (NCAA second round) 7 p.m.
Wofford at Stanford 7 p.m.
Stanford at Washington State 7 p.m.
Los Gatos at Palo Alto (CCS Open Division I) 7 p.m.
Stanford at Ohio State Invitational 8:15 a.m.
Stanford at NCAA Championship (Madison, Wisc.) 8:45 a.m.
Stanford at Ohio State Invitational 8:45 a.m.
Stanford at NCAA Championship (Madison, Wisc.) 9 a.m.
Stanford vs. Princeton at Penn 9:30 a.m.
St. Ignatius at Sacred Heart Prep (CCS Division III) 1 p.m.
Stanford vs. UCLA at MPSF Championship (Los Angeles) 3 p.m.
Stanford vs. Virginia at Penn 3:30 p.m.
Stanford at California 4:30 p.m.
Stanford at Roadrunner Open (Bakersfield) 9 a.m.
CCS Finals at Toro Park (Salinas) 10 a.m.
CCS finals at Toro Park (Salinas) 10:30 a.m.
Stanford vs. Drexel at Penn 11 a.m.
Ohio State at Stanford 1 p.m.
Stanford at Washington 1 p.m.
Stan-Ole Miss winner vs. Hofstra-Wisconsin winner at Stanford (NCAA third round) 1:30 p.m.
Stanford at MPSF Championship (Los Angeles) 5 p.m.
Mens Crew, California Sailing vs. Stanford Coed Sailing, Tuesday
Stanford wins the Big Sail -- Stanford Athletics
Saratoga vs. Menlo
Pacific Union vs. Menlo
High school water polo gets shelved for the season
Due to unsettled air quality throughout Northern California, the NorCal Water Polo tournament has been canceled. The decision affects teams from Sacred Heart Prep (boys and girls), Menlo School (boys and girls) and Palo Alto (boys). Friday, 2:40 PM
Big Game rescheduled, other Stanford events also affected
Due to poor air quality in the Bay Area from the devastating wildfires in Butte County, the 121st Big Game between Cal and Stanford has been rescheduled for Saturday, Dec. 1 at California Memorial Stadium. The game will kick off at noon and be televised on Pac-12 Network. Friday, 2:16 PM
Stanford's Smith, Williams deal a hot hand from 3-point range
Alanna Smith didn't know it at the time but after hitting three quick 3-pointers to open the fourth quarter of No. 7 Stanford's eventual 96-62 nonconference women's basketball victory over visiting USF, she put the Cardinal on the brink of matching the school's team record for most 3-pointers for the second straight game. Friday, 12:11 AM
CCS football, cross country moved to the Salinas Valley
The Central Coast Section football playoff games scheduled for Friday and Saturday have been moved from home sites to the southern reaches of the CCS, where the unhealthy air from the Butte County fires, which has blanketed the Bay Area, has not reached. Thursday, 1:06 PM
Cardinal corner: recruit signings and coaching additions
Three talented student-athletes will join the Stanford women's gymnastics team after signing National Letters of Intent, Stanford coach Tabitha Yim announced Wednesday. Chloe Widner from Frisco, Texas, Addie Stonecipher from The Woodlands, Texas, and Jade Chrobok from Toronto, Canada will join the Cardinal for the 2020 campaign. Thursday, 1:56 PM
Stanford’s Beason named Pac-12 Player of the Year
Stanford's Tanner Beason was named Pac-12 Men's Soccer Men's Soccer Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday, becoming the first in conference history to receive both honors. Friday, 12:13 AM
Hannah to make Jump from hoops dream to hoops reality
Stanford women's basketball coach Tara VanDerveer announced the signings of three of the country's top players to National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, led by Pinewood senior Hannah Jump, who committed about halfway through her junior year. Thursday, 1:07 AM
The Big Game is in a different category for Stanford's Shaw
After getting back on the winning track last week with a 48-17 victory over Oregon State, Stanford will need to continue playing at a high level Saturday in the Big Game at Cal. Wednesday, 9:12 PM | 3 comments
Palo Alto doubles team reaches CCS championship match
Palo Alto's doubles team of Maddi Page and Kamila Wong reached the championships match of the Central Coast Section girls tennis doubles tournament on Wednesday, losing to top-seeded and SCVAL De Anza Division champions Yana Guerevich and Anjali Mogili of Los Gatos, 6-2, 6-4, at Bay Club Courtside in Los Gatos.
Wednesday, 8:33 PM
Boys CCS Open Division Championship cancelled
The Central Coast Section Boys Water Polo Open Division championship game scheduled for Thursday morning has been cancelled due to poor air quality. Thursday, 7:37 AM
Oaks sweep men's, women's basketball doubleheader
Senior Destinee Bowie scored 17 of her game-high 27 points in the first half and the Menlo College women's basketball team remained unbeaten on the season, beating visiting Pacific Union, 88-62, in a nonconference contest Tuesday. Tuesday, 11:15 PM
Menlo golfers turn in quality performances in Arizona
The Menlo College men's golf team completed its fall season on a good note Tuesday, carving out a fourth-place finish at the Chandler for the Firestorm Invitational in Arizona. Originally scheduled for three rounds but shortened to two, the Oaks shaved several strokes off their day one performance. Tuesday, 9:51 PM