It's November...

New Bootleg WBB columnist Ros Gold-Onwude played guard for the Cardinal from 2005-2010 and was a member of four Final Four teams. She knows that high-profile November games are not representative of a finished product, but rather a measure of how a team needs to improve. Stanford has a lot to tighten up after Saturday's showing, but we wouldn't want to be UConn in a rematch on a neutral floor.
November 23, 2011

Put the Lime in the Coconut

Stanford suffered through yet another slow start but still had little trouble trouncing the Oregon Ducks 68 – 49 behind the energetic play of freshmen Nneka Ogwumike and Sarah Boothe.
February 22, 2009

The Two Faces of Stanford

The Cardinal overcame a lackluster first half and seized victory by a deceptively large margin (81-53) over USC by dominating the boards and pushing the tempo. Which reflects Stanford's true self – the sluggish first half or the fierier second?
January 30, 2009

Sarah Boothe: Powering Up

While many high school posts plan an escape to the perimeter upon entering college, frosh Sarah Boothe professes a love of contact and competition down low. And she has a hook shot…
September 29, 2008

Stanford Snares Big Catch in Boothe

Stanford's string of landing Top-25 players is alive and well for Tara VanDerveer. Two years ago it was Jayne Appel, and last year the Cardinal corraled Kayla Pedersen and Jeanette Pohlen. The newest blue chip headed to The Farm is 6'5" Gurnee (Ill.) center Sarah Boothe, ranked the #24 player in the nation. Four of Boothe's final five suitors were close to home, but her heart has taken her west.
August 17, 2007

Prospect Watch - March 30

At a time when Lorin Dixon should be receiving congratulations for an excellent high-school career at Christ the King, she finds herself unfairly touched by controversy.
March 30, 2007