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A day of records and victories for track and field

On a spectacular Saturday early in the indoor season, the Stanford men's and women's track and field teams collected two school records, 12 victories, and 21 personal bests across two meets in the state of Washington.

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Troy Taylor named Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football

Troy Taylor will be the next leader of Cardinal football, Athletics Director Bernard Muir announced on Saturday. He comes to Stanford from Sacramento State, where he guided the team to a 30-8 record in four seasons.

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Andrew Luck reflects

Stanford football legend, Andrew Luck, ’13, recounts memories of playing with his friends and fellow student-athletes. Luck will be enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame on Dec. 6.

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David Shaw steps down as head football coach

Stanford's Bradford M. Freeman Director of Football David Shaw announced following Saturday's game that he will step down from his position, effective immediately.

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The countdown is on! Big Game Week events on campus

The countdown is on! Join the Axe Committee all week in White Plaza as they blow the train whistle every hour on the hour for the 124 hours leading up the game to celebrate this storied rivalry.

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Men’s soccer ends regular season with victory over Cal

Cam Cilley launched an incredible volley against California to lead No. 5 Stanford to a 1-0 win over California on Saturday.

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Stanford Women’s Soccer are Pac-12 champions

The Pac-12 title is the 15th in program history, including the first since 2019. The championship is also the 10th in 20 seasons under Knowles Family Director of Women's Soccer Paul Ratcliffe.

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Legendary water polo coach Dante Dettamanti has died

In his 25 years at Stanford, Dettamanti was a six-time NCAA Coach of the Year who helped the Cardinal bring home eight NCAA championships. He died Oct. 25 at age 80.

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Women’s soccer beats No. 1 ranked UCLA in shutout victory

The victory over a No. 1 team was just the second in Stanford's history, and its first on The Farm.

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Men’s Water Polo wins MPSF Invite

No. 3 Cardinal men’s water polo won the MPSF Invite after an 8-7 victory over No. 2 UCLA. The victory pushes Stanford to 13-0 on the year, making the Cardinal the last unbeaten team in the nation.

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