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Cook-Spieler (USA) 2, Rancourt-Bedard (Canada) 0
Stanford grad Karissa Cook (right) and Katherine Spieler finished third at the Ocho Rios tournament. Photo courtesy of NORCECA
posted by Rick on Jun 25, 2017
Russia 3, Team USA 0
Stanford junior Jordan Ewert recorded 10 kills and a block against Russia. Photo courtesy of FIVB.
Palo Alto National 11, Foster City 1
Nick Teng and the Foster City catcher seem to be studying home plate.
posted by Rick on Jun 24, 2017
Junior Solimon helped Palo Alto National beat Foster City.
Alpine West Menlo 9, San Carlos 7
Jasper Wilfrid drove in a run for Alpine-West Menlo. Photo by Eric Wilfrid.
Gibbs (USA/Stanford) reaches SF, Southern Lifestyle Development Classic
Nicole Gibbs rerached the semifinals of the Southern Lifestyle Development Classic in Baton Rouge. Photo by Harjanto Sumali.
posted by Rick on Jun 23, 2017
Ewert (Stanford) joins , USA junior national team
posted by Rick on Jun 20, 2017
Team USA 3, Poland 1
Stanford grad Kawika Shoji rallies his American teammates Sunday at the FIVB World League. Photo courtesy of FIVB.
posted by Rick on Jun 18, 2017
Russia 3, Team USA 2
Stanford grad Erik Shoji receives a ball. Photo courtesy of fIVB.
posted by Rick on Jun 17, 2017
Locals drafted , MLB First-Year Player Draft
The Texas Rangers made Menlo School's Griff McGarry their pick in the 31st round. Photo by Pam McKenney/Menlo Athletics.
posted by Rick on Jun 14, 2017
Kevin George was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 33rd round. Photo courtesy of Menlo Athletics.
PUF Caps 20, Healdsburg Prune Packers 11
Gabriel Ponce was the winning pitcher for the Caps.
posted by Rick on Jun 13, 2017
United States wins , Arnold Palmer Cup
Maverick McNealy (right) helped the U.S. win the Arnold Palmer Cup on Sunday near Atlanta. Photo tweeted by Michael Occulto.
posted by Rick on Jun 11, 2017
Team USA 3, Russia 0
Kawika Shoji waits for the toss of the coin. Photo courtesy of FIVB.
posted by Rick on Jun 10, 2017
Team USA 3, Italy 0
Jake Langois had five kills for Team USA
posted by Rick on Jun 09, 2017
Ben Patch recorded 13 kills for the Americans. Photo courtesy of FIVB.
Team USA 13, Australia 4
Rachel Fattal scored three goals for Team USA. Photo courtesy of Peter Neushul.
Team USA 1, Sweden 0
Rose LaVelle scored the game's only goal. Photo courtesy of USA soccer.
posted by Rick on Jun 08, 2017
Locals in Finals at, Pro Arena Series
Stanford freshman Erin Voss placed seventh in the 100 back in 1:02.29. Photo by Casey Valentine.
posted by Rick on Jun 04, 2017
Stanford freshman Hank Poppe was eighth in the 100 breast in 1:03.34. Photo by Shirley Pefley.
PASA's Alex Liang finished 11th in the 200 fly in 2:02.35. Photo by Pat Lin.
Locals at, CIF State Meet
Castilleja's Claire Traum ran a personal best 2:12.27 in the 800 but finished just out of the finals.
posted by Rick on Jun 02, 2017
Serbia 3, Team USA 1
Serbia fan celebrates the victory. Photo by FIVB.
USA's Micah Christensen sets a ball. Photo by FIVB.
Stanford 10, Sacramento State 0
Quinn Brodey hit two home runs, had four hits and drove in two runs for Stanford. Photo by Bob Drebin/isiphotos.com
posted by Rick on Jun 01, 2017
Kris Bubic struck out 11 in eight shutout innings for the Cardinal. Photo by Bob Drebin/isiphotos.com
Kwiatkowski (Virginia) 2, Fawcett (Stanford) 0
Tom Fawcett reached the semifinals of the NCAA men's singles tournament. Photo by Harjanto Sumali.
posted by Rick on May 28, 2017
Results , CCS championships
Michel-Ange Siaba won the CCS triple jump title.
posted by Rick on May 26, 2017
M-A's Maggie Hall finished second in the 200 and advanced to the state meet. Photo by John Hale.
Stanford at, NCAA West Preliminaries
Mackenzie Little advances to the NCAA championships in Eugene. Photo courtesy of Stanford Athletics.
posted by Rick on May 25, 2017
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