News articles classified as Athletics

Stanford Report —

Stanford hosts Pac-12 Sustainability Conference

At the annual event, representatives from all 12 universities convened to discuss enhancing sustainability efforts within collegiate athletics departments.

Stanford Report —

Stanford marks 40 years since ‘The Play’

The Stanford Historical Society recently convened Stanford and Berkeley alumni to recount the bizarre events surrounding the end of the 1982 Big Game – which has since become one of the most iconic plays in American college sports history.

Stanford Magazine —

Stanford at the Olympics

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

Stanford Athletics —

Stanford launches Cardinal Connect

The new campus program is designed to help student-athletes take advantage of opportunities to receive compensation for their name, image and likeness (NIL) without forfeiting their athletic eligibility.

Stanford to continue 11 varsity sports

Men’s and women’s fencing, field hockey, lightweight rowing, men’s rowing, co-ed and women’s sailing, squash, synchronized swimming, men’s volleyball and wrestling will continue competing as varsity teams at Stanford.

Stanford Athletics —

Graduation Success Rate reflects academic success

Stanford Athletics registered an overall graduation rate of 97 percent in the latest NCAA Graduation Success Rate report, with 17 programs earning a 100 percent graduation rate.

Physicist investigates home run increase

The home run rate has surged in the past several years and Major League Baseball wanted to know why. The league convened a committee of scientists to find out, including Stanford physicist Roger Blandford.