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  1. One-seeds South Carolina, Tennessee fall in women’s tournament

    Mar 31, 2014, 12:40 AM EDT

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    One day after UConn and Notre Dame took care of business two one-seeds fell in the women’s tournament, with South Carolina and Tennessee suffering defeats.

  2. Defense lets down No. 10 Stanford in Sweet 16 loss

    Mar 27, 2014, 11:04 PM EDT

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    After putting forth two stellar defensive performances last weekend, No. 10 Stanford struggled to contain No. 11 Dayton.

  3. Balanced attack leads No. 11 Dayton to first Elite Eight since 1984

    Mar 27, 2014, 9:46 PM EDT

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    No. 11 Dayton keeps on rolling, using a balanced attack to earn its first Elite Eight appearance since 1984.

  4. Sweet 16 Previews: No. 10 Stanford vs. No. 11 Dayton

    Mar 26, 2014, 9:00 AM EDT

    Archie Miller

    Previewing the South Region’s first Sweet 16 matchup

  5. Defense and toughness lifts Stanford to unlikely Sweet 16 status

    Mar 23, 2014, 4:45 PM EDT

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    Stanford’s size and defense does Kansas in. But how far can they go in the tournament?

  6. No. 10 seed Stanford shocks No. 2 seed Kansas

    Mar 23, 2014, 2:46 PM EDT

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    Kansas got picked off by No. 10 seed Stanford in the Round of 32 on Sunday.

  7. Top seeds Notre Dame, Tennessee advance in women’s NCAA Tournament

    Mar 23, 2014, 1:50 AM EDT

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    The 2014 women’s NCAA tournament began Saturday, with undefeated Notre Dame moving to 33-0 with a win in its opener.

  8. Kansas will be without Joel Embiid on Sunday vs. Stanford

    Mar 22, 2014, 2:46 PM EDT

    Joel Embiid

    The 7-footer will be sidelined for the sixth straight game on Sunday in Kansas’ Round of 32 game against Stanford.

  9. 2014 Pac-12 Tournament Preview: No. 4 Arizona looks to cap dominant campaign

    Mar 12, 2014, 9:00 AM EDT

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    While there’s a clear favorite in the Pac-12 tournament, there will be plenty of drama with multiple teams looking to lock up a spot in the NCAA tournament.

  10. Late Night Snacks: Indiana mounting a late charge towards the bubble?

    Mar 2, 2014, 11:29 PM EDT

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    GAME OF THE DAY: Clemson 77, Maryland 73 (2OT) With both teams looking to keep alive incredibly slim hopes of earning an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, the Terrapins and Tigers needed ten extra minutes to determine a winner. Clemson would pull out the win in the end, with a Demarcus Harrison three with…

  11. Stanford adds to its resume with win over No. 23 UCLA (VIDEO)

    Feb 22, 2014, 7:26 PM EDT

    Dwight Powell, Johnny Dawkins

    In the first meeting between Stanford and No. 23 UCLA on January 23 the Cardinal struggled mightily in the paint. While scoring just 12 points themselves Stanford watched UCLA score 46 points in the paint on their way to a comfortable 91-74 victory. While the Wear twins were quiet, combining to score six points, Tony…

  12. Report: Stanford transfer Aaron Bright moving on to Saint Mary’s

    Feb 18, 2014, 12:03 AM EDT

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    Stanford guard Aaron Bright has moved on from the Pac-12 program and will spend his senior season at Saint Mary’s, according to sources of ESPN.com‘s Jeff Goodman. Bright, the 5-foor-11 guard, will use the graduate transfer rule to be eligible at Saint Mary’s next season after graduating from Stanford this year. He’ll have one year…

  13. California falls to Stanford, failing to build on Saturday’s big win

    Feb 6, 2014, 1:05 AM EDT

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    Having lost three straight games entering Saturday’s home game against No. 1 Arizona, California had an opportunity to not only grab a resume-building victory but also right the ship ahead of the stretch run. And the Golden Bears did just that, with Justin Cobbs’ fadeaway with nine tenths of a second remaining giving Cal the…

  14. Stanford misses a golden opportunity to upset No. 1 Arizona

    Jan 29, 2014, 11:57 PM EDT

    Arizona v Stanford

    Mark it down: Wednesday night may be the worst performance you see from No. 1 Arizona all season long. The Wildcats were, quite simply, not good. Stanford’s size was bothering Arizona’s big front line in the paint, Aaron Gordon was forcing things on the offensive end of the floor and Stanford was doing just enough…

  15. Perimeter defense once again problematic for No. 17 Oregon

    Jan 12, 2014, 8:52 PM EDT

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    No. 17 Oregon entered Pac-12 play undefeated and had the look of a team capable of big things both within the conference and nationally. With their surplus of quick guards and productive front court players Dana Altman’s squad was threatening triple digits on a consistent basis, and when that happens the defensive end tends to…

  16. California shows grit, toughness in win at Stanford

    Jan 2, 2014, 11:53 PM EDT

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    Without two key contributors in Jabari Bird and Ricky Kreklow, California was shorthanded entering its game at rival Stanford on Thursday night. But instead of worrying about what they were lacking the Golden Bears simply competed, and with three mainstays leading the way Mike Montgomery’s team picked up a much-needed 69-62 win. Sophomore wing Tyrone…

  17. Conference Catchups: Arizona, Oregon lead way in much-improved Pac-12

    Jan 1, 2014, 4:00 PM EDT

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    College basketball is now almost two months old. League play will be kicking off in the next week. Let’s get you caught up on all you need to know with some of the country’s best conferences.  To read through the rest of our Conference Catchups, click here. Midseason Player of the Year: Kyle Anderson (UCLA) This…

  18. What to make of the Denver Pioneers? (VIDEO)

    Dec 20, 2013, 7:30 PM EDT

    Chris Udofia

    Expectations were high heading into the 2013-14 season for the University of Denver. The Pioneers returned their top player in Chris Udofia, and were coming off a season where they finished 22-10, but 16-2 in the WAC — they have since transitioned to the Summit League after the dust settled from conference realignment. In their…

  19. Stanford picks up a huge non-conference road win over No. 10 UConn

    Dec 19, 2013, 12:34 AM EDT

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    Shabazz could only bail them out so many times. No. 10 UConn had picked up their four biggest wins by a total of five points, relying on the heroics of their star guard to carry them to the wins. But it wasn’t enough on Wednesday night. With Stanford erasing a double-digit second half deficit and…

  20. Report: Aaron Bright to transfer from Stanford after the season

    Dec 7, 2013, 2:20 PM EDT

    Stanford Athletics

    Yesterday, news broke that Stanford guard Aaron Bright dislocated his right shoulder and will miss the rest of the season. It’s a big blow for the Cardinals, who are dealing with a lack of perimeter depth as it is and have been forced to use a bigger lineup. But here’s the kicker for Bright: he’s…

  21. Report: Stanford guard Aaron Bright will miss remainder of season with dislocated shoulder

    Dec 6, 2013, 7:45 PM EDT

    Stanford Athletics

    Stanford senior guard Aaron Bright will be sidelined for the remainder of the season with a dislocated right shoulder he injured in practice last week. After averaging better than 30 minutes per game a season ago, Bright had been playing a smaller role on this year’s team coming off the bench and playing 19.3 minutes…

  22. BYU proves themselves a contender in the WCC with 112-103 win over Stanford

    Nov 12, 2013, 2:13 AM EDT

    Tyler Haws

    Tyler Haws popped off for 31 points, and Matt Carlino chipped in with 25 of his own, as BYU went down to Palo Alto and knocked off the Stanford Cardinal, 112-103. Yup, you read that score right. It was 112-103. Nothing weird happened, either. This wasn’t a quadruple-overtime game, it was just good, old-fashioned, uptempo…

  23. Late Night Snacks: The Marathon is on, but Doug McDermott, Shabazz Napier shine brightest

    Nov 12, 2013, 1:52 AM EDT

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    GAME OF THE NIGHT: BYU 112, Stanford 103 All these new fouling rules? This is why they’re put into the game. So college basketball looks more like this than rugby. Now, I’ll freely admit that the score of this game was almost entirely a result of the way that BYU plays. They love, love, love…

  24. Reid Travis commits to Stanford

    Nov 8, 2013, 5:52 PM EDT

    Minnesota Boys All State Basketball

    Stanford made another nice addition to their front court on Friday, as 6-foot-7 bruiser Reid Travis committed to Johnny Dawkins and the Cardinal. Travis was one of my favorite players I saw this summer. He’s a bit undersized at around 6-foot-7, but he’s built like a truck and is tireless attacking the glass on both…

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