Shoot! Why Didn't That One Go In?

With the Cardinal sitting at 4-3 after finishing the fall quarter, there been a plenty of finger pointing. One of the obvious arenas for discussion has been Stanford's three-point shooting, which has suffered in both percentage and attempts in early losses. But before we fly off the handle at this supposed crisis, we might take a deep breath and take a look back at recent history.
December 15, 2006

Stanford Grabs the Gauntlet

Continuing the tradition of competition between Stanford and Cal, the two Bay Area rivals engaged this year in the inaugural all-sports battle for bragging rights - the Lexus Gauntlet. The Cardinal have claimed victory, by a 70-65 score, and today were presented with the 150-pound trophy on Stanford's campus.
June 23, 2005

Curtis Borchardt: Year in Review

It's hard to believe that Curtis Borchardt has been in the NBA for three years now. Certainly time flies, but the former Stanford center has been scarcely visible in the Association with his string of injuries. This year was a relative breakthrough for the seven-footer's health, though Borchardt has a lot of catching up to do.
June 9, 2005

Anatomy of the End

As Michigan State moves on to a national semifinal against Tennessee, Stanford too attempts to move on following its 32-3 season, a season that ended with a 76-69 regional final loss to Michigan State. In the end, the Spartans showed too much poise and too much beef inside for the Card to overcome. Here is an exploration of how the disheartening loss unfolded.
March 31, 2005

McCallie Praises Both Sides

Michigan State head coach Joanne P. McCallie threw plenty of bones both to the Cardinal and to her Spartans following her 76-69 regional final victory in Kansas City.
March 30, 2005

Tara Talks Post-Game

Many coaches retreat into a shell after a loss, but <b>Tara VanDerveer</b> is not one of them. Stanford's head coach had plenty of insight and analysis following Stanford's 76-69 loss to Michigan State.
March 30, 2005

From the Cheap Seats

Our favorite Missouri man was in Municipal Auditorium Sunday to watch both Stanford and Michigan State win their regional semifinal games. He now has a long list of observations on both teams, including a heavy theme on the disturbing amount of physical play being allowed by the officials in this NCAA Tournament. Should that continue tonight, the Cardinal could be in trouble...
March 29, 2005