Stanford-UCSB Quotes

Potentially, the post-game press conference following Thursday night's 81-47 romp over UC Santa Barbara could have been boring. Talk was instead lively, discussing a coach's ejection from the game, a pair of Stanford bench players who played big, and an eye turned toward Saturday's matchup across the Bay.
February 10, 2006

Stanford-Arizona Quotes

Stanford races out to leads of more than 40 points and finishes Thursday night with an 82-51 blowout win over Arizona, yet Candice Wiggins has an "off" night. Who knew? The theme of the evening was instead contributions from other places. Afterward, Tara VanDerveer and players talked about the team's post presence and finding an effective rotation.
January 20, 2006

Ready or Not

How big is Sunday's game against Tennessee? The last time Stanford played a #1-ranked team was more than eight years ago, when the Lady Vols collided with the Cardinal at the San Jose Arena in 1997. But the intrigue and story lines go much deeper in this matchup, making this a "must see" game for any Cardinalmaniac™. Who cares if Stanford isn't ready for this titanic test...
December 2, 2005

Women Talk About Cal Game

Here are the quotes from Stanford's press conference following the Cardinal's 91-50 drumming of Cal Friday night at Haas Pavilion. Head coach <b>Tara VanDerveer</b>, center <b>Brooke Smith</b> and guard <b>Candice Wiggins</b> provide superlatives, analysis and commentary for your consumption.
February 12, 2005

Cardinal Crush Cal, 91-50

Make that 13 straight, as #2/#4 Stanford slapped their East Bay foes Friday night once again, this time with two strong halves of play in a complete 91-50 undressing. The beatdown of the bumbling Bears came from a breadth of Cardinal players, led by the efficient operation of <b>Brooke Smith</b> (10-of-12) and <b>Candice Wiggins</b> (10-of-15).
February 12, 2005

'Cats Tamed, Devils Dance Next

The Stanford women rolled Thursday night to a surprisingly easy win over Arizona at Maples Pavilion, though some Wildcat disciplinary issues were in play. That gives the Card 11 straight wins, and they seek a dozen Saturday against the Sun Devils. Read on for all of Stanford's latest, including several injury updates.
February 4, 2005