Never in doubt. Never in doubt. Never in doubt. Never in doubt. Never in doubt. Make sure to repeat it five times. The Stanford women's basketball program under Tara VanDerveer has become a broken record of success. The Cardinal's 81-69 domination of Duke sent the team to the Final Four for the fifth straight year.
March 27, 2012
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
In the fall of 1993, Kate Starbird arrived on campus to practice with the Stanford women's basketball team. Despite her frail and spindly-appearing 6-foot-2 frame, expectations were high. Starbird had set scoring records with her high school team in Lakewood, Wash., and in the McDonald's High School All-American game that spring, Starbird had scored 12 points and received the MVP award.
September 13, 2010
Our latest addition to the Bootleg staff, Jack Blanchat, provides the faithful with his preview of the Georgia Lady Bulldogs, including a look back at their regular season and postseason, key players, and prediction for this Sweet 16 matchup in Sacramento, California on Saturday evening.
March 26, 2010
Andy Drukarev provides the Bootleg faithful the stats, facts, and quotes from Tara VanDerveer and players after Stanford's hot shooting first half propelled the Cardinal to a convincing 96-67 NCAA Tournament Second Round win over the Iowa Hawkeyes on Monday night at Maples. Read how the Cardinal raced out to a 27-point halftime lead on their way to securing a spot in the Sweet 16 vs. Georgia.
March 22, 2010