News articles classified as Athletics

Cooling glove helps athletes and patients

What unites the needs of Ebola workers, people with multiple sclerosis and athletes comes down to one thing – cold hands. A device that cools the hands is finding widespread use from the playing field to the clinic.

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Remembering Konrad Reuland

A year after Konrad Reuland’s far-too-early passing, the former Stanford tight end continues to live on in the heartbeat of a fellow athlete, the memories of his family and friends, and in the indomitable spirit of a young girl.

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Love named Heisman Trophy finalist

Cardinal junior running back and human biology major Bryce Love was named a Heisman Trophy finalist by the Heisman Trophy Trust on Monday.

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Morrison Warren: My American story

Stanford Football’s first black recruit tells his experience of living the American story – full of hopes, dreams and promises.

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Stanford legend Bob Murphy passes away at age 86

Bob Murphy, whose voice, spirit and wit defined Stanford athletics for many years, died Tuesday at the age of 86 in Santa Cruz. He had suffered from Alzheimer's.

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Not your average road trip

When Stanford kicks off the 2017 football season against Rice at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia, few will know how much work behind the scenes went into making the game a reality.