Morgan Clyburn: One Step Beyond (Part II)

The Bootleg recently enjoyed a lengthy chat with senior Morgan Clyburn, who made excellent use of her on court time in critical minutes for the Cardinal last season, to get the lowdown on her future plans and her hopes for her senior campaign.
October 8, 2008

Morgan Clyburn: One Step Beyond (Part I)

The Bootleg recently enjoyed a lengthy chat with senior Morgan Clyburn, who made excellent use of her on court time in critical minutes for the Cardinal last season, to get the lowdown on her future plans and her hopes for her senior campaign.
October 6, 2008

Beavers Dammed

The #7-ranked Cardinal bounced back big against the visiting Oregon State Beavers in Maples Pavilion Thursday evening. Early domination inside by Jayne Appel and fine play from the entire bench led the way.
January 12, 2008

The View from Press Row: Idaho State

As bad as things went in Lexington 48 hours earlier for the men, the Stanford women enjoyed an equal magnitude of success in their NCAA opener Saturday at Maples Pavilion. Cissy Pierce got it started, and Brooke Smith kept it going... and going. Stanford smoked Idaho State in every aspect of the 96-58 first round victory, which we enjoyed from the sideline. Relive it with us, blow by blow.
March 17, 2007

Youth Leads the Way at UCLA

With Candice Wiggins still out and foul trouble plaguing Stanford's senior posts, it was up to the underclassmen for the Cardinal Friday at Pauley Pavilion. Sophomore forward Jillian Harmon (14 points) and freshman point guard JJ Hones (11 points, five assists) answered the bell in Stanford's 68-59 win at UCLA.
December 23, 2006

Cardinal Wrestle with Arizona Player's Death

Tragedy has been an all too familiar word in news headlines of late, and it struck the Pac-10 on Monday when Arizona women's basketball star Shawntinice Polk collapsed and died at the McKale Center in Tucson. The sudden and unexpected death hits home for the Cardinal, while it also reminds us of the high stakes at hand in sports medicine.
September 27, 2005