After an exciting season during which Stanford vanquished multiple Top 10 foes, the "tough and together" Cardinal made some Stanford history by reaching the program's first National Championship game since 1992. They may have lost the game but Wiggins went out a winner and the future looks bright. Everybody, smile!
Stanford. Tennessee. National title on the line. What more can we say? Daniel Novinson fills in the blanks after Stanford's 64-48 defeat at the hands of Tennessee on Tuesday night.
TheBootleg.com interviewed three-year KZSU play-by-play man Jake Kelman. Read on to hear what Stanford needs to do to bring home its third national title in women's hoops.
The last time Daniel Novinson covered a Stanford-UConn game for this esteemed website, the good guys won in the Sweet 16 in Kansas City three years ago. Now, the stakes are a little higher, but hopefully, the luck will remain the same.
Candice Wiggins made some magic in her last game at Maples Pavilion on Monday. Wiggins tied the school single-game scoring record of 44 points and Stanford trounced UTEP 88-54. Jayne Appel added 20 points and Kayla Pedersen had 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Jayne Appel scored a career-high 33 points to lead Stanford past the Cleveland State Vikings by a score of 85-47 in the NCAA first round at Maples Pavilion.
Wiggins went wild and Stanford totally dominated Cal to take the Pac-10 Tournament title game 56-35. Don't be deceived by the score. It wasn't that close.
The Cardinal checked off step number 2 in their quest for the 2008 Pac-10 tournament title by walloping the UCLA Bruins 78-46 in San Jose on Sunday. Every available player scored, with Jayne Appel, JJ Hones, Candice Wiggins, and Jeanette Pohlen all reaching double figures. Jillian Harmon returned to action like she'd never been gone.