Wade Trophy

3 Cardinal Up for Nation’s Top Award

The Women's Basketball Coaches Association announced the 12 finalists for the 2011 Wade Trophy--the top individual award for women's college basketball--today, and 3 Stanford players constitute 25% of the nationwide field. Nnek...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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Gill Coliseum

Hoops Round-Up: A Tale of Two Teams

The two halves of the Stanford basketball program could not have had more different nights while both facing Oregon State on Thursday evening. The women nearly doubled the Beavers' score before clinching at least a share of the...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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Knight Arena

Hoops Round-Up: The Last Quack

Stanford women's and men's basketball teams won today while facing the Oregon Ducks. The women secured their 11th consecutive regular season PAC-10 title, while the men pulled off a fairly surprising upset in Eugene to break a ...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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Old-time Basketball

Hoops Round-Up: Initial Post-Final Action

As in, initial post-final exam action for both the men's and women's basketball teams. Both teams won their Sunday contests. The men now hold a solid 5-2 record on the season, while the women remain perfect through their first ...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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Arizona

Hoops Round-Up: Taking down the Desert

The men and women took home big wins on Thursday night while taking on the Arizona schools. While the women defend their lengthy home court winning streak in Maples Pavilion, the men are down south for the weekend.
by The Daily Axe Staff
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Klay Thompson

Hoops Round-Up: UDub Down, WSU Still Standing

Since the men's upset of #17 Washington on Thursday night, Stanford basketball has followed a trend that's become something of a commonplace in the last few years: the women win handily, and the men lose. We start off with the ...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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