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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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All-female Hall of Fame class recognized

Stanford Athletics continued its Title IX 50th anniversary celebration with the induction of the first all-female Hall of Fame class in school history.

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The drop shot that made history

Stanford’s first women’s team championship of the Title IX era launched a dynasty.

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Women’s water polo wins national championship

For the eighth time in program history, women’s water polo claimed the NCAA title, taking home the 2022 crown with a 10-7 victory over USC on Sunday, May 8.

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To Stanford rower Mary Cooper, disability is not a disadvantage

Mary Cooper, a senior with a self-designed major in aerospace engineering and computer science, was among 12 disabled scientists, veterans, students and artists to participate in Mission: AstroAccess, a program among private space enterprises to investigate accessibility in zero gravity.

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Olympian Brooke Forde’s transition beyond swimming

Cardinal swimmer Brooke Forde won a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics and now sets her eyes on the future. Her passion for the environment and climate change motivates her to make a difference in the world.

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Stanford at the Olympics

More than three dozen Cardinal athletes have qualified, along with five delegates, for the Tokyo Summer Olympics.