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Only a few should challenge Stanford for Pac-12 title this year

With Stanford excepting to be heads and shoulders above the rest of the Pac-12, two early - and surprising - losses give hope to...

Stanford Cardinal enter season with the tools to repeat

The Stanford Cardinal navigated their way through the COVID-19 pandemic last year to claim the National Championship - the first in 29 years for...

Stanford finishes tough year with hard-fought, long-awaited National Championship

Stanford capped one of the most thrilling NCAA Tournaments in years with a heart-stopping 54-53 win over Arizona Sunday to win their first National...

Teams ready for the Texas-based NCAA Tournament

There were no surprises Monday as the NCAA Tournament bracket was revealed for the field of 64 teams, for the first time since 2019. Stanford,...

UCLA focused on toughness and execution, not numbers

One month ago, then-No. 1 Stanford came to Pauley Pavilion and beat then-No. 10 UCLA by a dozen points. Afterward, Bruin coach Cori Close...

Year two of overseas play: New year, same team, different blessings

Well, season two of overseas basketball is almost a wrap, and I am blessed to say I am feeling much-improved, culturally-adapted, and most importantly, healthy. When...

Longtime assistant coaches create stability, success and family

For many, if not most, the tireless job of a collegiate assistant coach is a stepping stone to a head coaching position. And to...

Erica McCall: learning more about life overseas

Do you remember the part of Love and Basketball when Monica goes to play basketball overseas in Spain? She had to walk to her...

Ionescu sets new career-high as Ducks claim first Pac-12 Tournament title

Seattle - Oregon had already made program history by earning a spot in Sunday’s Pac-12 Tournament title game. But the Ducks — and Sabrina Ionescu...

Oregon battles, Stanford breezes to set up top-seeded Pac-12 Final

The matchup is set. The top-two seeds will face off once more. And while both have their tickets to the NCAA Tournament all but punched, Oregon and...