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Thursday, March 26, 2020

Menlo men's volleyball earns top honors on all-GSAC teams

Menlo College's Edin Ibrahimovic was named Golden State Athletic Conference Men's Volleyball Player of the Year on Thursday, one of three Oaks named all-GSAC.

Thursday, 7:25 PM | 1 comment

Monday, March 23, 2020

Championship wrestling is put on hold at Menlo College

Menlo College senior Precious Bell, the top seed at 170 pounds for the since canceled NAIA Women's Wrestling Invitational, has a bright future in the sport. She just doesn't know when it may restart.

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Sunday, March 22, 2020

Spring sports: Facing an unfulfilled senior baseball season

There's no redshirt year for high school seniors. And that's the time so many have pointed towards, dreaming of when the advantage is finally theirs in terms of maturity, seniority and athletic development.

Sunday, 4:32 PM | 3 comments
Honors list: All-West Bay Athletic League soccer teams

Sacred Heart Prep's Liam Johnson and Kevin Box were honored by the West Bay Athletic League as Players of the Year in boys soccer. Menlo School's Carly Retterer and SHP's Isabella Jordan were honored by the WBAL in girls soccer.

Sunday, 3:54 PM | No comments yet

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Honors list: All-league girls basketball teams

Pinewood junior Annika Decker was named the MVP of the West Bay Athletic League. Pinewood also had four other players named all-league at some level. Castilleja and Palo Alto each had a pair of players named first team all-league.

Thursday, 2:39 PM | No comments yet

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Honors list: All-league boys basketball teams

Palo Alto's Matthew Marzano, Menlo-Atherton's Justin Anderson and Menlo School's Cole Kastner were all named the Most Valuable Player of their respective boys basketball leagues. Read on to find out who joined them on all-league teams.

Wednesday, 6:08 PM | No comments yet
Not much of a gamble: Stanford grad hired to coach at UNLV

Stanford graduate and women's basketball assistant coach Lindy La Rocque has accepted a new job at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the university announced on Wednesday.

Wednesday, 5:57 PM | No comments yet

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