PUF Caps 8, Auburn Wildcats 0, yesterday
Team USA 9, Alabama All-Stars 1, yesterday
PUF Caps 9, Auburn Wildcats 6, yesterday
Walsh Jennings-Branagh 2, Ross-Sweat 0, yesterday
Team USA 22, New Zealand 7, yesterday
Tomljanovic (Croatia) 2, Gordon (USA/Stanford) 0, Wednesday
Japan 15, Team USA 7, Wednesday
Menlo College earns 11 , NAIA Scholar Team Awards , Wednesday
Nneka Ogwumike named, WNBA all-star , Tuesday
Ahn (USA/Stanford) 2, Chang (USA) 0, Tuesday
Wang (Stanford) 143, Lee (Surrey, B.C.) 146, Tuesday
PUF Caps 6, San Mateo Rounders 5, Tuesday
Team USA 12, Spain 8, Tuesday
Orange County Breakers 23, Springfield Lasers 15, Monday
PUF Caps 14, Auburn Wildcats 3, Monday
Croatia 12, Team USA 7, Monday
Murfreesboro Force 59, Paye's Undisputed TNT 49, Monday
Paye's Undisputed TNT 46, Gilliam St. Surge 38, Monday
Auburn Wildcats 8, PUF Caps 7, Sunday
Petaluma 10, Palo Alto Heat 5, Sunday
Paye's Undisputed TNT 75, South Coast Heat 40, Sunday
Paye's Undisputed TNT 70, Southern Starz 55, Sunday
DeChambeau 266, Patrick Rodgers 267, Sunday
SoCal 10, Cardinal 6, Sunday
USA Junior National Team 7, Cardinal 5, Sunday
Team USA vs. Russia at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 4:15 a.m.
Team USA (prelims) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 8 a.m.
San Carlos Salty Dawgs at Palo Alto Oaks (Baylands Athletic Center, DH) 4 p.m.
PUF Caps at Healdsburg Prune Packers (Recreation Park) 6 p.m.
Team USA (prelims) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 9 a.m.
PUF Caps at Healdsburg Prune Packers (Recreation Park) 10 a.m.
Team USA (quarterfinals) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 9:15 a.m.
Walnut Creek Crawdads at PUF Caps (Palo Alto High) 2 p.m.
Palo Alto Oaks vs. SF Seals at College of Alameda 6 p.m.
Team USA (quarterfinals) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 8 a.m.
Neptune Beach Pearl at PUF Caps (Kennedy High, Fremont) 1 p.m.
United States vs. Mexico at Pan American Cup (Gatineau, Canada) 6 p.m.
Team USA (semifinals) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 10:45 a.m.
United States vs. Dominican Republic at Pan American Cup (Gatineau, Canada) 2 p.m.
Team USA (semifinals) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 8 a.m.
San Francisco Seals at PUF Caps (Palo Alto High) 1 p.m.
United States vs. Cuba at Pan American Cup (Gatineau, Canada) 6 p.m.
Team USA (finals) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 9:15 a.m.
PUF Caps at Humboldt Crabs (Arcata Ball Park) 7 p.m.
Team USA (finals) at FINA World Championships (Budapest) 7 a.m.
PUF Caps at Humboldt Crabs (Arcata Ball Park) 7 p.m.
PUF Caps at Humboldt Crabs (Arcata Ball Park) 12:30 p.m.
Locals (Prelims) at U.S. Open Championships (Nassau County Aquatic Center) 6 a.m.
Locals in trials at U.S. Open of Water Polo (Nassau County Aquatic Center) 6 a.m.
Locals in finals at U.S. Open of Water Polo (Nassau County Aquatic Center) 2 p.m.
Mens Water Polo, Team USA vs. Japan, Wednesday
Highlights of Day Five from World Championships
Ross-Sweat vs. Walsh Jennings-Branagh
South Africa vs. Team USA
M-A junior Troxel performs, teaches mixed martial arts
Chase Trozel is about to turn 16 and is headed into his junior year at Menlo-Atherton High School and has already attained an advanced degree of knowledge and practical proficiency in a chosen discipline. Thursday, 9:39 PM
PUF Caps earn a doubleheader sweep from Auburn Wildcats
Quentin Selma collected four hits, scored three times and drove in a pair of runs as the PUF Caps downed visiting Auburn Wildcats, 8-0, Thursday to complete a sweep of a baseball doubleheader at Palo Alto High. Thursday, 9:25 PM
USA volleyball: Walsh Jennings splits a pair of matches
Stanford grad Kerri Walsh Jennings and teammate Nicole Branagh split their two matches during pool play Thursday at the Warmia Mazury Olsztyn Open in Poland as part of the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour. Thursday, 3:17 PM
U.S. women romp into water polo quarterfinals in Budapest
Stanford grad Maggie Steffens scored five goals and the United States women's national water polo team eased past New Zealand 22-7 on Thursday in its final game of pool play at the FINA World Championships in Budapest. Thursday, 1:11 PM
Stanford swimmers set for FINA world championships
Seven swimmers will represent Stanford and Team USA at the FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary beginning Sunday, including world record holder and Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky, Olympic gold medalist Simone Manuel and two-time Olympian Lia Neal. Stanford's Greg Meehan is serving as head coach for the Americans. Wednesday, 3:17 PM
Stanford's Stefani heads to Bulgaria with USA rowing
Stanford senior Jovanni Stefani leads the United States Men's Eight into the World Rowing Under 23 Championships beginning Thursday in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Stefani has rowed in the varsity eight each of his first three seasons on The Farm, serving in the Cardinal's top boat in every regatta each of the last two seasons. Wednesday, 4:03 PM
Stanford fencer headed to senior world championships
Stanford senior Alexander Massialas, world No. 2 in men's foil, is one of 24 fencers that will represent Team USA at the Senior World Championships in Leipzig, Germany beginning Wednesday. Wednesday, 2:34 PM
USA men drop second water polo match at FINA world event
Stanford redshirt freshman Ben Hallock scored twice but the United States men's national water polo team dropped a 15-7 decision to Japan at the FINA World Championships in Budapest on Wednesday.
Wednesday, 2:16 PM
American women are 2-0 in world championship water polo
It can't be a major competition unless the United States women's national water polo team plays Spain at some point. This time it occurred on the second day of the FINA World Championships in Budapest, with the Americans earning a 12-8 victory in pool play. Tuesday, 9:16 PM
Caps rally for 6-5 baseball victory over the Rounders
Trei Cruz hit a sacrifice fly to plate the go-ahead run in the bottom of the eight inning and give the PUF Caps a 6-5 victory over the San Mateo Rounders at Palo Alto High on Tuesday in summer college baseball action. Tuesday, 10:30 PM
Stanford's big softball coaching catch: Jessica Allister
Jessica Allister made the decision to leave one of the top softball programs in the nation to join a program that has fallen on difficult times. She wouldn't have it any other way. Allister accepted the head softball coaching position at Stanford, where she became an All-American as a player. Tuesday, 1:51 PM
Local wrestlers included in national prep female rankings
Menlo-Atherton grad Chelsea Wilson and Palo Alto grad Sara Aguilar were both named to the girls' wrestling national top 10 in their respective divisions, it was announced by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame on Tuesday. Tuesday, 2:48 PM | 1 comments
Registration now open!
Registration is now open for the 33rd annual Palo Alto Weekly Moonlight Run and Walk. This family-friendly event which benefits local nonprofits serving kids and families will take place on Friday, Oct. 6 at the Palo Alto Baylands.