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David Shaw steps down as head football coach

Coach Shaw announced following Saturday’s game that he will step down from his position, effective immediately. He is the winningest head coach in program history, and leaves with a record of 96-54.

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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.