Savanna Stewart

Stanford athletes inspire local youth through East Palo Alto mentorship project

Stanford student-athletes are given a platform. What they choose to do with that platform, however, is up to them. Some choose to inspire the next generation of athletes through impressive performances in competition. Some aim to be academic and athletic role models by connecting with young fans. Others, however, have done both, as in the case of Ousseni Bouda, Kyla Bryant, DiJonai Carrington and Madison Haley and their involvement with The Big Homie Project in East Palo Alto.

Isa Silva commits to 2021 basketball recruiting class

Four-star junior point guard Isa Silva became the second commit in two weeks and first of the 2021 recruiting class for Stanford men's basketball after announcing on Tuesday his plans to continue his academic and athletic career on the Farm. In a post on his personal social media, Silva revealed his decision to join the Cardinal over several other Division I programs, including Pac-12 foe Arizona.

Freshman phenom Tyrell Terry declares for NBA draft

Men's basketball's freshman Tyrell Terry officially announced his decision to declare for the 2020 NBA draft on Monday morning, confirming the suspicions of many basketball fans following a season of numerous attention-grabbing performances by the 6'2" guard. If drafted, Terry would be the second Stanford player in two years to aspire to the NBA after then-sophomore forward Kezie "KZ" Okpala joined the league as the 32nd overall pick last June.

Cardinal cannot close in Corvallis

Having four players in double figures lifted Stanford men's basketball (20-10, 9-8 Pac-12) over Colorado at home last week, but failed to produce the same outcome against Oregon State (12-13, 6-11 Pac-12) on Thursday. Snapping a four-game win streak--and marking the first time the Cardinal has been swept by the Beavers in over a decade--Stanford fell 68-65.

4 players hit double digits in win over Colorado

With Stanford men's basketball (20-9, 9-7 Pac-12) leading Colorado (21-9, 10-7) by just three and over three minutes of play remaining, whether or not the Cardinal would secure a victory on Senior Day remained undetermined. A 7-2 run by the home team in the final moments helped Stanford stretch the gap again and celebrate the final career home stand of three team members-- Trevor Stanback, Kodye Pugh and Rodney Herenton--with a 72-64 win.

Terry, da Silva combine for 47 points in win over Utah

Big contributions from Stanford men's basketball's Tyrell Terry and Oscar da Silva are anything but uncommon. Twenty-point nights from the freshman guard or junior forward are a slightly more rare. Twenty points apiece from the duo in the same game was unheard of. That is, until Wednesday when their combined 47 points helped the Cardinal (19-9, 8-7 Pac-12) stretch its win streak to three with a 70-62 home victory over Utah (15-13, 6-10 Pac-12).

Final home games for men’s hoops feature Utah, Colorado

Two games this week mean one chance for Stanford men's basketball (18-9, 7-7 Pac-12) to stretch its win streak to four for the first time since opening conference play 4-0. Utah (15-12, 6-9 Pac-12) and Colorado (21-7, 10-5 Pac-12) visit the Farm on Wednesday and Sunday, respectively, for the Cardinal's final home game of the 2019-20 regular season.

Davis, da Silva dominate in win for men’s hoops

Thanks to big offensive numbers coming from juniors Oscar da Silva and Daejon Davis, Stanford men's basketball (18-9, 7-7 Pac-12) coasted to an 18-point victory--its largest since Jan.15--over Washington State (14-14, 5-10 Pac-12) on Sunday. With the win, the Cardinal concluded a road sweep of the Washington teams and picked up consecutive victories for the first time since opening conference play 4-0 in early January.

Double digits from da Silva carry Cardinal men’s hoops

Stanford men's basketball (17-9, 6-7 Pac-12) was swept at home last week by Arizona State and Arizona, but a trip to Seattle was just what the team needed to snap its four-game losing streak. Junior forward Oscar da Silva led Stanford's offensive efforts as the Cardinal handled the Huskies on their home court and secured a 72-64 victory.

Struggling men’s hoops heads to Washington

With just six games remaining on the regular-season slate, Stanford men's basketball (16-9, 5-7 Pac-12) heads north for two tests in Washington: the Huskies (12-14, 2-11 Pac-12) on Thursday and the Cougars (14-12, 5-8 Pac-12) following on Sunday. Both Washington and Washington State are amongst the four teams the Cardinal defeated in early January en route to a 4-0 start to Pac-12 play.

Wolfpack on deck for 11-2 softball

A chance to add to a six-game win streak, Stanford softball (11-2, 0-0 Pac-12) prepares for a three-game home series with Nevada (1-8, 0-0 WAC). The matchups are part of a 15-game home stand by the Cardinal, which opened with a 4-5 loss to Seattle University on Thursday and will conclude with an afternoon battle versus Rhode Island on Mar. 1.

Road trip east up next for women’s basketball

Of the six games remaining on the regular-season agenda for No. 8 Stanford women's basketball (21-3, 10-2 Pac-12), four take place on the road, including this week's challenges: Utah (12-11, 5-7 Pac-12) and Colorado (14-9, 3-9 Pac-12). The Utes will be the Stanford's first foe of the trip on Friday evening, while Cardinal versus Buffalo is set to follow on Sunday.

Arizona teams visit the Farm to face men’s hoops

Though its recent road trip to the mountains brought two losses to Stanford men's hoops (16-7, 5-5 Pac-12), chances for the Cardinal to bounce back from the defeats come Thursday and Saturday, when the teams from Arizona visit the Farm. ASU (15-8, 6-4 Pac-12) is first on the agenda, and the Wildcats (16-7, 6-4 Pac-12) will close out the weekend action at Maples Pavilion.

Seattle on deck at home for Stanford softball

After opening the 2020 season at the GCU Kickoff tournament in Arizona last weekend, Stanford softball (5-1, 0-0 Pac-12) now prepares for its first home game of the year: a Thursday doubleheader versus Seattle (0-5, 0-0 WAC). The first game of the evening is set for 4 p.m. PT and commences a 15-game home stand for the Cardinal.
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