Four-Peat Falls Short

May has become a time where we are accustomed to Cardinal coronation for Stanford Women's Tennis. Winners of the last three National Championships and six of the last eight, Stanford was also ranked #1 in the nation this year. The quest for a fourth straight title ended with a surprise upset Monday in the NCAA semifinals. The loss came to a team Stanford had already beaten twice this year.
May 22, 2007

'Century' Seniors Lead #1 Tennis

As Stanford Women's Tennis takes aim at a fourth straight NCAA Championship, the Cardinal play this weekend for the last time in the regular season at home. We bid farewell to seniors Theresa Logar and Anne Yelsey, who have won at an astounding clip during their collegiate career. The duo have led the top-ranked Cardinal in new roles at #1 and #2 singles, with success though hardly with ease.
April 6, 2007

2005-06 Honor Roll: Alice Barnes

The winners we select for The Bootleg's Honor Roll not only achieve the highest level of success in collegiate athletics, but they also demonstrate strength in leadership and character. That complete package is embodied in our second 2005-06 Honor Roll winner, Alice Barnes. The Brit brings home Honor Roll recognition for the second straight year, and deservingly so.
August 8, 2006

Bootleg Video: Alice Barnes & Anne Yelsey

The final Stanford participants went down late Sunday afternoon at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium, as #1-ranked and top-seeded doubles duo of Alice Barnes and Anne Yelsey lost in the semifinals of the NCAA Championships. They talked about the match afterward, and Barnes tearfully reflected upon her Cardinal career that has now come to an end.
May 29, 2006

Stanford NCAA Tennis Tracker

After a dizzying week of following both the men's and women's teams through their brackets and several weather delays, the real challenge arrives. Play has started for both the women and the men in brackets of 64 singles players and 32 doubles duos. We help you track every Cardinal every step of the way. Check this page throughout the next week as we continually update results and schedules.
May 28, 2006