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
With a 58-46 victory over Arizona State (22-9) Monday night at San Jose's HP Pavilion, Stanford (29-2) claimed their third consecutive Pac-10 Tournament crown and their 20th straight victory. While the victory wasn't the gem Cardinal faithful are used to seeing this season, the win shows that Stanford is capable of winning gritty games and demonstrates how valuable senior forward T'Nae Thiel is to this team.
March 8, 2005
Thursday night held a momentous win for Tara VanDerveer's #2-ranked squad, but the romp over Oregon also brought two injury scares. A pair of seniors did not finish the game, leaving Stanford fans across the globe fretting since. We have here the first report anywhere on the injury status of both <b>T'Nae Thiel</b> and <b>Susan King Borchardt</b> - half good, half bad. Read on for the breaking news.
February 25, 2005
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
<b><A HREF=[PlayerNode:1568572]>Jessica Elway</A></b> is the daughter of John Elway, but she is also an independent and insightful Stanford freshman with her own identity and experiences. In this continuing series to bring you closer to the diverse and engaging ladies of Stanford Basketball, here is once again: Eight Electrifying Questions.
February 9, 2005
Stanford fans are so accustomed to seeing the Card hammer opponents into oblivion in the first halves of games that Saturday's 30-22 halftime lead over Arizona State raised eyebrows. But an offensive surge in the second half, led by <b>Candice Wiggins</b>, combined with stiffling defense to sit down the Sun Devils, 67-53. The win is Stanford's 35th straight at home in Pac-10 play.
February 5, 2005
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