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Stanford star guard Lili Thompson leaves team, will remain a student at institution

The San Jose Mercury News reported Thursday afternoon that Stanford star point guard Lili Thompson would not be returning to the team for her senior season but will remain on scholarship. Thompson (Mansfield, Texas), was a an All Pac-12 team selection…

Numbers, notes and tweets: Stanford’s defeat of South Dakota State to reach the Sweet 16

Recap || Numbers || Notes || Tweets Recap STANFORD, Calif. – With 9.3 seconds left on the clock in regulation, Stanford junior guard Lili Thompson tied the game between the No. 4 seed Cardinal and underseeded No. 12 South Dakota…

Pac-12 Players of the Week an Oregon sweep: Jillian Alleyne and Maite Cazorla

Pac-12 Players of the Week an Oregon sweep: Jillian Alleyne and Maite Cazorla

Oregon swept the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Players of the Week honors for the period Feb. 8-14. Jillian Alleyne earned the Pac-12 Player of the Week for the third time this season, while teammate Maite Cazorla was voted the Pac-12 Freshman of the Week for the third-consecutive…

Pac-12 Players of the Week: Oregon State’s Jamie Weisner and Oregon’s Maite Cazorla

Pac-12 Players of the Week: Oregon State’s Jamie Weisner and Oregon’s Maite Cazorla

Hoopfeed’s ballot: Player of the Week: Jamie Weisner (Oregon State) || Freshman of the Week: Maite Cazorla (Oregon) Cheryl Coward, founding editor of Hoopfeed, participates in the weekly Pac-12 voting. For the week of Feb. 1-7, Oregon State’s Jamie Weisner was…

Pac-12 Players of the Week: Stanford’s Lili Thompson and Oregon’s Maite Cazorla

Pac-12 Players of the Week: Stanford’s Lili Thompson and Oregon’s Maite Cazorla

Hoopfeed’s ballot: Player of the Week: Lili Thompson (Stanford) || Freshman of the Week: Kristine Anigwe (Cal) Cheryl Coward, founding editor of Hoopfeed, participates in the weekly Pac-12 voting. For the week of Jan. 25-31 Stanford’s Lili Thompson was voted the Pac-12 Player of…

No. 16 Stanford rebounds to defeat No. 25 Washington, undaunted by stiff competition in Pac-12

No. 16 Stanford rebounds to defeat No. 25 Washington, undaunted by stiff competition in Pac-12

STANFORD, Calif. – After a week of practice following a tough, low-scoring road loss last weekend at UCLA, No. 16 Stanford (16-5, 6-3 Pac-12) bounced back to winning form to earn a 69-53 home victory over No. 25 Washington (15-5,…

Balanced effort from No. 15 Stanford holds off  No. 22 George Washington and Jonquel Jones

Balanced effort from No. 15 Stanford holds off No. 22 George Washington and Jonquel Jones

Game tweets PALO ALTO, Calif. – For its home opener, No. 15 Stanford (3-0) withstood a monster performance by one of the best players in the nation and defeated No. 22 George Washington (2-1) 84-63 Saturday at Maples Pavilion. A…

Second half rally and bench spark from Brittany McPhee propel No. 18 Stanford to 59-47 win over Cal

Second half rally and bench spark from Brittany McPhee propel No. 18 Stanford to 59-47 win over Cal

Social Media Recap BERKELEY, Calif. – No. 18 Stanford (20-7, 12-3 Pac-12) overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to defeat Cal 59-47 in the first game of the Battle of the Bay series Wednesday night at Haas Pavilion. “People played within…

Stanford rebounds from back-to-back losses with a new starting lineup to defeat USC, 79-60

Stanford rebounds from back-to-back losses with a new starting lineup to defeat USC, 79-60

PALO ALTO, Calif. – No. 19 Stanford (18-7, 10-3 Pac-12) rebounded from a grim road trip, suffering losses to Arizona State and Arizona last week, to handily defeat Southern California 79-60 at Maples Pavilion Friday night. The Cardinal beat the…

Stanford off to the races, Ogwumike-less yet fast and aggressive

Stanford off to the races, Ogwumike-less yet fast and aggressive

When No. 6 Stanford opens its regular season hosting Boston College at Maples Pavilion, Tara VanDerveer’s squad will have two big questions hanging over their performance: How will they fare without an Ogwumike on the team? Will they successfully implement…

Dishin & Swishin 04/03/14 Podcast: Breaking down the Final Four with coaches Doug Bruno, Lindsay Gottlieb & Coquese Washington

Dishin & Swishin 04/03/14 Podcast: Breaking down the Final Four with coaches Doug Bruno, Lindsay Gottlieb & Coquese Washington

[display_podcast] The eyes of the women’s basketball world are focused on Nashville this week as the Final Four descends on Music City. Top seeds Connecticut and Notre Dame, second-seeded Stanford, and the party crasher, fourth seeded Maryland will tip-off on…