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1999-2000 Newspaper Article Archive

Men's Basketball

  • Hoops looks ahead after exiting early (Stanford Daily, 3/28)
  • Madsen leaves big void (S.F. Examiner, 3/21)
  • Stanford Left Pondering Another Loss (S.F. Chronicle, 3/21)
  • Cardinal men face questions after ouster (S.J. Mercury News, 3/21)
  • Men's loss will sting for awhile (S.J. Mercury News, 3/21)
  • Stanford left pondering another loss (S.F. Chronicle, 3/21)
  • So what's next for the Cardinal? (S.F. Examiner, 3/21)
  • Short of expectations (S.J. Mercury News, 3/20)
  • Stanford picks wrong day to struggle (S.J. Mercury News, 3/20)
  • Jacobsen unwraps birthday misery (S.J. Mercury News, 3/20)
  • March sadness (S.F. Chronicle, 3/20)
  • Tears when it ends too soon (S.F. Chronicle, 3/20)
  • Jacobsen baffled by cold shooting (S.F. Chronicle, 3/20)
  • Stanford notes (S.F. Chronicle, 3/20)
  • It's a seedy showing (S.F. Examiner, 3/20)
  • It wasn't supposed to end like this (S.F. Examiner, 3/20)
  • Defeat leaves empty feeling (S.F. Examiner, 3/20)
  • Carolina starts to live up to early billing (S.F. Examiner, 3/20)
  • Cardinal guard facing big challenge (S.J. Mercury News, 3/19)
  • Stanford faces North Carolina in a down year (S.J. Mercury News, 3/19)
  • Stanford beats South Carolina State (S.J. Mercury News, 3/18)
  • Stanford warms up with rout (S.F. Chronicle, 3/18)
  • Watershed moment comes next (S.F. Chronicle, 3/18)
  • It's good enough for openers (S.F. Examiner, 3/18)
  • Bulldogs had hope, but not enough talent (S.F. Examiner, 3/18)
  • Jacobsen family enjoying its first March Madness (S.F. Examiner, 3/18)
  • Foot-wetting win will help against Heels (S.F. Examiner, 3/18)
  • Waiting has been hardest part for sharpshooting freshman (S.J. Mercury News, 3/17)
  • Did y'all say Stanford? (S.F. Chronicle, 3/17)
  • Stanford should dominate (S.F. Chronicle, 3/17)
  • Stanford foe ready for (under) Dogfight (Ratto column) (S.F. Examiner, 3/17)
  • Stanford foe ready for (under) Dogfight (S.F. Examiner, 3/17)
  • Jacobsen's daydream comes true (S.F. Examiner, 3/17)
  • Tournament pricey but worth it (S.F. Examiner, 3/17)
  • Mark Madsen's love for the game... (S.J. Mercury News, 3/16)
  • Montgomery still not quite mellow (S.F. Chronicle, 3/16)
  • Intrigue the heavy favorite (S.F. Chronicle, 3/16)
  • Stanford is the pick in the South (S.F. Examiner, 3/16)
  • Larger than life (S.F. Examiner, 3/16)
  • Jacobsen part of family plan (Contra Costa Times, 3/16)
  • Walk-on plays, and Stanford wins (S.J. Mercury News, 3/15)
  • Madsen isn't your typical pro-in-waiting (S.F. Chronicle, 3/15)
  • South Carolina St. 'prays' for upset (S.F. Chronicle, 3/15)
  • Montgomery on a lofty but perilous perch (S.F. Examiner, 3/15)
  • Seniority rules for SC State (Contra Costa Times, 3/15)
  • Cardinal likes its chances (Contra Costa Times, 3/15)
  • Loaded regional not a distraction, team members say (S.J. Mercury News, 3/14)
  • Four keys for a Stanford run (S.F. Chronicle, 3/14)
  • Word travels fast come tourney time (S.F. Examiner, 3/14)
  • Honors keep rolling in for Monty (S.F. Examiner, 3/14)
  • Stanford rewarded (S.J. Mercury News, 3/13)
  • Here's how Cardinal can win it (S.J. Mercury News, 3/13)
  • South bracket capsules (S.F. Chronicle, 3/13)
  • Cardinal No. 1 seed in the South (S.F. Chronicle, 3/13)
  • Cincinnati downgraded to a No. 2 (S.F. Chronicle, 3/13)
  • No longer just happy to be here (S.F. Chronicle, 3/13)
  • Montgomery, House top Pac-10 Coach, Player (S.F. Chronicle, 3/13)
  • March to Indy (S.F. Examiner, 3/13)
  • We're No. 1! (S.F. Examiner, 3/13)
  • Stanford seeding is a respectful insult (Contra Costa Times, 3/13)
  • Stanford No. 1 in South (Contra Costa Times, 3/13)
  • Stanford's Montgomery coach of the year (Contra Costa Times, 3/13)
  • Grabbing a share of the title (S.J. Mercury News, 3/12)
  • Cardinal still on shaky ground (S.J. Mercury News, 3/12)
  • Stanford makes bid for a No. 1 (S.F. Examiner, 3/12)
  • A tough trip to the desert for McDonald (S.F. Examiner, 3/12)
  • Bears don't do Cardinal a favor (S.F. Examiner, 3/12)
  • Cardinal gets back to winning (Contra Costa Times, 3/12)
  • Pointing the way (S.F. Chronicle, 3/9)
  • Dad passes along pointers to McDonald (Contra Costa Times, 3/9)
  • UCLA stuns Cardinal (Stanford Daily, 3/8)
  • Senior night shocker: UCLA 94-93 (Stanford Daily, 3/8)
  • Two coaches with all the right stuff (Contra Costa Times, 3/7)
  • A recruit's net worth (Contra Costa Times, 3/6)
  • Stanford freshman not short on talent (N.Y. Daily News, 3/6)
  • Moseley grew into leader (S.J. Mercury News, 3/4)
  • Cardinal, Bruins have switched positions (S.F. Chronicle, 3/4)
  • Stanford's deep bench keeping things fresh (S.F. Chronicle, 3/2)
  • Stanford's Borchardt stresses out (S.F. Examiner, 3/2)
  • Card faces rejuvenated Trojans (Stanford Daily, 3/2)
  • Borchardt out for year with stress fracture (Stanford Daily, 3/2)
  • Luisetti's feats still earn respect (S.J. Mercury News, 2/26)
  • Collins twins rank high on chart (S.J. Mercury News, 2/24)
  • Mendez has master's touch (S.F. Examiner, 2/18)
  • Moseley's maturity a boon for Stanford (Contra Costa Times, 2/18)
  • Collins twins team up inside (S.J. Mercury News, 2/17)
  • Cardinal's McDonald passes on acclaim (S.J. Mercury News, 2/15)
  • Faces of a phenom (Stanford Daily, 2/14)
  • Jacobsen programmed to succeed (S.J. Mercury News, 2/10)
  • Logan's run is shortened by injuries, but he stays upbeat (Contra Costa Times, 2/9)
  • Five seconds of fame (Stanford Daily, 2/8)
  • Improving McDonald creating a reputation (Contra Costa Times, 2/5)
  • Intense 'Mad Dog' Madsen the heart of Stanford defense (S.F. Examiner, 2/3)
  • Stanford's Mendez keeps basket, life in focus (S.J. Mercury News, 1/27)
  • Stanford a good role model for Cal (S.F. Chronicle, 1/22)
  • Stanford has come to covet its brash sniper (S.F. Chronicle, 1/22)
  • Madsen ready to erupt (Contra Costa Times, 1/22)
  • Driven to excellence (S.F. Examiner, 1/21)
  • Moseley fires from long range (Stanford Daily, 1/20)
  • Stanford point guard job still in good hands (Contra Costa Times, 1/19)
  • Stanford freshman a hotshot (Contra Costa Times, 1/15)
  • One bad game has Madsen searching (S.F. Chronicle, 1/13)
  • Good can come from being less than No. 1 (S.J. Mercury News, 1/9)
  • Fast lane looms for flashy Pac-10 frosh (S.F. Examiner, 1/8)
  • Sub has plenty in reserve (S.J. Mercury News, 1/6)
  • Stanford's can-do kid -- Casey Jacobsen (S.F. Chronicle, 1/6)
  • A youth movement takes hold in Pac-10 (S.F. Chronicle, 1/4)
  • Teams contending for Pac-10 title will face a power play on the front lines this season (Contra Costa Times, 12/26)
  • Pac-10 preview (Contra Costa Times, 12/26)
  • Ex-Stanford great honored as a pioneer (Contra Costa Times, 12/24)
  • Senior Moseley has learned how to be the 1 (S.F. Examiner, 12/22)
  • Montgomery takes program to new heights (S.F. Chronicle, 12/21)
  • Borchardt finds use for intensity (S.J. Mercury News, 12/10)
  • Borchardt armed with confidence (Contra Costa Times, 12/10)
  • Stanford's twinkies are no pushovers (S.F. Chronicle, 12/2)
  • Cardinal's pair of aces hit 21 (S.F. Examiner, 12/2)
  • Collins overcomes adversity (Stanford Daily, 11/19)
  • A pivotal season for Stanford's McDonald (S.F. Examiner, 11/11)
  • Cardinal now a program of prestige (S.F. Chronicle, 11/2)

    Women's Basketball

  • Women's hoops: Seniors leave Card in good hands (Stanford Daily, 3/28)
  • Stanford women set to reload (S.F. Examiner, 3/22)
  • VanDerveer Says Cardinal Must Improve Work Ethic Next Season (S.F. Chronicle, 3/22)
  • Stanford women have work cut out for them (S.J. Mercury, 3/22)
  • Flores farewell comes much too soon for Stanford coach (S.F. Examiner, 3/21)
  • Stanford lights go out in Georgia (S.F. Examiner, 3/21)
  • Cardinal Women Done, Too (S.F. Chronicle, 3/21)
  • Slow start costly (S.J. Mercury, 3/21)
  • Georgia trounces Stanford (Contra Costa Times, 3/21)
  • Stanford women have work cut out for them (S.J. Mercury News, 3/22)
  • VanDerveer says Cardinal must improve work ethic next year (S.F. Chronicle, 3/22)
  • Cardinal women set to reload (S.F. Examiner, 3/22)
  • Slow start costly (S.J. Mercury News, 3/21)
  • Cardinal women done, too (S.F. Chronicle, 3/21)
  • Flores farewell comes much too soon for Stanford coach (S.F. Examiner, 3/21)
  • Stanford lights go out in Georgia (S.F. Examiner, 3/21)
  • Powerful Georgia looms for Cardinal women (S.J. Mercury News, 3/20)
  • Stanford women wary of Georgia stampede (S.F. Chronicle, 3/20)
  • Georgia poses a lot of problems (S.F. Examiner, 3/20)
  • Moos knows Georgia twins pose challenge for Cardinal (S.F. Examiner, 3/20)
  • Cardinal women survive thriller (S.J. Mercury News, 3/19)
  • History mystery isn't for Stanford (S.J. Mercury News, 3/18)
  • Cardinal women face rising force (S.F. Examiner, 3/18)
  • A tough road for Cardinal (S.F. Examiner, 3/18)
  • Trotter sets the pace for Brea-Olinda (S.F. Examiner, 3/18)
  • Cardinal coach certain through uncertain times (S.J. Mercury News, 3/17)
  • Cardinal women take healthy view of history (S.F. Chronicle, 3/17)
  • Cardinal women a big puzzle (S.F. Examiner, 3/17)
  • Depth creates options (S.F. Chronicle, 3/16)
  • Renewing old college ties (S.F. Examiner, 3/16)
  • She's ready to go dancing (S.F. Examiner, 3/15)
  • Michigan coach learned lessons (S.J. Mercury News, 3/14)
  • Women happy with No. 9 seed (S.J. Mercury News, 3/13)
  • Stanford has No. 1 Georgia on its mind (S.F. Chronicle, 3/13)
  • Stanford women hope their tourney ticket is round trip (S.F. Examiner, 3/13)
  • Cardinal ambivalent about draw (Contra Costa Times, 3/13)
  • Encouraging sign for Cardinal women (S.J. Mercury News, 3/12)
  • Stanford set to hit the road after victory (S.F. Examiner, 3/12)
  • Cardinal's ship gently gets rocked (S.F. Chronicle, 3/11)
  • Stanford women fall to Arizona (S.J. Mercury News, 3/10)
  • Stanford women too hospitable (S.F. Chronicle, 3/10)
  • Cardinal won't stay on the Farm (S.F. Examiner, 3/10)
  • Arizona stiffles Stanford's title hopes (Contra Costa Times, 3/10)
  • Boeving getting back on the mike (Contra Costa Times, 3/9)
  • Women fall to L.A., squeak by Trojans (Stanford Daily, 3/8)
  • Ankle injury has VanDerveer asking who'll Carey the load (S.F. Examiner, 3/2)
  • Facing two directions - Lindsey Yamasaki (Stanford Daily, 3/2)
  • A leader, no doubt (S.F. Chronicle, 2/24)
  • Playing with pain is nothing new for Stanford's Carey (S.F. Examiner, 2/19)
  • Flores' finishing flourish (S.J. Mercury News, 2/18)
  • Carey wanted to play for Stanford in 7th grade (S.F. Chronicle, 2/18)
  • On top of her game (Stanford Daily, 2/18)
  • Off to a fresh start (Stanford Daily, 2/10)
  • Yamasaki fakes out Asian jock stereotypes (S.F. Examiner, 1/29)
  • St. Clair shooting lights out (S.F. Chronicle, 1/20)
  • Pac-10 preview (Contra Costa Times, 12/26)
  • Yamasaki knows decision looms (S.J. Mercury News, 12/9)
  • Two-sport dilemma for Stanford standout (S.F. Chronicle, 12/9)
  • Two's a charm for Stanford's Yamasaki (S.F. Examiner, 12/1)
  • Cardinal freshman becomes a starting point (S.F. Examiner, 11/11)
  • VanDerveer ready to take Stanford back to top (S.F. Chronicle, 11/3)


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