Galen Center

Hoops Round-Up: 4 Teams, 2 Games, 0 Doubt

The Stanford men and women both play the Southern California schools this weekend, and the women stay at home in Maples Pavilion while the men are in Los Angeles. In round 1 of the weekend action, both games were blow-outs, but...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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Sendek

Hoops Round-Up: Leaving Home

Stanford got two victories on Saturday afternoon, and both came with fairly comfortable margins of victory. With the PAC-10 weekend now complete, both Cardinal teams will switch directions before their next slate of games. The ...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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The Write Stuff

Today’s trolling the media for Stanford sports news yielded an interesting–and inspirational–story. About one month ago, the women’s basketball team won a NCAA grant to pursue a project “to grow wo...
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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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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Fairly random, highly amusing (Image by CarbonNYC via Flickr)

Game, Set, Conference

Stanford struggled to pull away from the Golden Bears in the first half, but dramatically outplayed Cal in the game's final 20 minutes before completing an 18-0 conference season with a 75-51 win. In Maples Pavilion, the Card s...
by The Daily Axe Staff
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