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
 

 
 
Xavier

Stanford Blows Out Xavier, 89-52

#8 Stanford easily did away with #4 Xavier in Maples Pavilion this afternoon, downing the Musketeers 89-52. The Cardinal advance to 8-2 on the year and a perfect 5-0 in Maples, while Xavier drops just its second game of the sea...
by The Daily Axe Staff
 

 

 
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
 

 
 
VanDerveer and Ogwumike

Card Frosh Lead Westwood Blow-Out

The pecking order atop the PAC-10 is clear: Stanford is 1 and UCLA is 2. Stanford reasserted itself as the obvious choice for the conference's best team by engineering a 67-53 win in UCLA's Pauley Pavilion while staying perfect...
by The Daily Axe Staff
 

 

 
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
 

 
 
 

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