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Vanderbilt ousted in NCAA tennis semifinals

TULSA, Okla. — Defending NCAA women’s tennis champion Vanderbilt lost 4-2 to No. 15 seed Stanford on Monday in the NCAA semifinals.

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SEC News

Women's Tennis: Cal, Stanford advance to round of 32

It was fitting that California’s two seniors clinched the Golden Bears’ last two home matches of the season, with Klara Fabikova‘s court-two singles victory on Saturday sending the Bears to Tulsa and deeper into the NCAA Championship. 930 more words


Notre Dame's games vs. Mich. St., Stanford to be nighttime affairs

Monday, the Big Ten announced 10 primetime kickoffs for the 2016 season.  Four days later, a school that many feel should be — or will eventually be — a member of that conference revealed its slate of under-the-lights affairs as well. 214 more words

Rumor Mill

David Shaw Insulted the Collective Intelligence of Home Region for Over 20% of Stanford Roster

David Shaw decided to offer his opinion on the satellite camp issue. He probably would have been better off not opining.

I'm sure this is really going to help you recruit nationally.

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David Shaw says satellite camps never affected Stanford

Stanford head coach David Shaw has not been one to partake in the satellite camp practice the way former Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh since his arrival at Michigan. 424 more words

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Stanford gives Christian McCaffrey a break in spring game

Of all of the players in college football with something to prove this spring, Stanford’s dynamic Christian McCaffrey is most certainly not among them. The Heisman finalist did it all for the Cardinal en route to a Pac-12 championship last season, which is why… 272 more words

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Quarterback Competition Tightens at Stanford's Spring Game

By Ben Leonard
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photo credit Stanford Athletics Dept: Stanford Cardinal preparing to face White shirts on Saturday afternoon at Stanford Stadium

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