Stanford Men's Sailing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 At the team championships on Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin, on Sunday, May 30, Stanford Sailing finished in ninth…More place. The Stanford crew is one of eight teams which will sail in all three national championships.
Stanford men's tennis is a perennial power in the Pac-10 Conference, and is ordinarily among the contenders for the…More NCAA team championship. The Cardinal won six team championships in the 1980s and six more in the '90s.
Bradley Klahn became the latest standout on the court, winning the Cardinal's first men's singles championship since 2000. Its alumni include Tim Mayotte, John and Patrick McEnroe, David Wheaton, Jim Grabb, Jeff Tarango and the Bryan brothers, Mike and Bob. Its roster also boasts Academic All-Americans on an annual basis.
Taube Tennis Center 625 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 The Taube Tennis Center has grown over the last several decades to include 17 courts with spectator seating, locker…More rooms for members, conference rooms, offices, a video center, players' lounge, tutorial rooms and a stadium that seats 2,500. All 17 courts now have plexi-pave acrylic surfaces, championship lighting and wireless capabilities that connect the scoreboards to the Internet for live streaming of matches and match updates. The Taube Tennis Center has hosted many collegiate and professional championships and some of the world's greatest tennis athletes have played there. The Stanford track and field facility neighbors the stadium and six of the courts are located across the street from the stadium. There are fresh drinking water stations around the tennis center and a concession stand is open during matches.
Stanford's Women's Sailing Team is headquartered on Campus Drive. The team's practice and workout facilities are…More housed here and members meet regularly. This year, the team will sail in all three national championships, as they were ranked 13th in May 2010.
Stanford Women's Basketball 655 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 Boasting a talented roster year after year, the Cardinal annually wreak havoc in the NCAA…More Tournament. Head coach Tara VanDerveer has built a powerhouse in Palo Alto. Her teams wow crowds with athleticism and physical dominance. The Cardinal finished the 2009-10 season with a loss to Connecticut in the NCAA championship game.
Stanford Women's Fencing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 In March 2010 Stanford's women's fencing team was represented at the West Regional Champions and placed ninth at the…More 2010 NCAA Championships. The team was led by Francesca Bassa who placed eighth in the épée. Bassa was the lone Cardinal female to be honored as All-American. The Fencing Center, home to Stanford's Fencing team, is located in the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation, a 75,000 square foot recreation facility for students, faculty and staff, which opened in February 2006.
Stanford Men's Fencing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 The Stanford men's and women's fencing teams won the West Regional Championships for the fifth year in a row in March…More 2010. The men's team also had an individual winner, Max Murphy, who won by outfencing his opponent in the sabre competition. The Stanford Fencing Salle is on the bottom floor of the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation. It is a 75,000-square-foot recreation facility for students, faculty and staff that opened in February 2006.
The Stanford women's rowing team has a rich tradition of excellence. The Cardinal won the NCAA championship in…More 2009.
Three Stanford women's rowers, Lindsay Meyer, Grace Luczak and Julie Smith, were named to the 2010 U.S. Under 23 National Team roster. They were part of the U.S. crews that competed at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in Belarus in July 2010. In the classroom, the Cardinal also excels. The Pacific-10 Conference included 19 Stanford women's rowers in its announcement of the All-Academic Rowing Teams in spring 2010.
Every summer, the Stanford Boathouse opens its doors to the community and to rowers around the country, teaching technique and instilling a passion and love of the sport. There are a variety of camps offering opportunities to rowers of all skill levels.
The 2010 season for Stanford Women's Volleyball commences with the New Mexico Invitational in Albuquerque on August…More 27 against Tulane. On September 2 the Cardinals take on UC Irvine in the Stanford Invitational at Maples Pavilion.
Maples Pavilion has earned a reputation as one of the finest facilities in the country, routinely hosting NCAA championship events. During the 2007-08 campaign, Maples Pavilion served as the host site for the NCAA Women's Volleyball first and second rounds and regionals.
Stanford Lightweight Eight rowers made history on June 5, 2010, by winning its first national title at the the IRA…More National Championships Regatta in Camden, N.J. The win also set a new course as it defeated top-ranked Wisconsin by four seconds. The team's previous best was third place in 2007, 2008 and 2009. The Lightweight Four ended up in fifth place in its category.
Every summer the Stanford Boathouse opens its doors to the community and to rowers around the country, teaching technique and instilling a passion and love of the sport. There are a variety of camps which offer opportunities to all rowers of all skill levels.
Stanford Men's Gymnastics 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 In April 2008, the Stanford men's gymnastics team was just .45 short of taking the program's fourth NCAA title in front…More of a home crowd at Maples Pavilion. The 2009 squad wanted to make sure that didn't happen again. At that year's NCAA Championships in Minneapolis, every Stanford athlete to compete was named All-American. In all, eight Stanford athletes earned 13 All-America honors during the event finals. Furthermore, nine members of the Stanford men's gymnastics team were named to the Academic All-MPSF (Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) team on April 23, 2010. The honorees for Stanford were by far the most in the conference.
The Stanford Women's Cross Country team is looking forward to this season with six of the team's top…More runners returning in 2010. It's also looking forward to topping its 16th-place, 2009 NCAA Championship finish. The Cardinal will open its 2010 - 11 season with the Jim Vanden Heuvel event on September 3 in Reno, Nevada.
On Saturday September 25th, the 37th Stanford University Cross Country Invitational will take place on the Stanford Golf Course. In addition to boys and girls 5K varsity races, there will be a women's 6K college race.
The Stanford men's golf team has a remarkable history. From its beginnings as a varsity sport in the early 1930s, the…More team has won 8eight national championships and its players have won 24 professional major championships (more than any other team), plus seven U.S. and British Amateur titles. Since 1958, there have been 65 All-American seasons by Stanford players. Dozens of Stanford golfers have played professionally over the years.
The program's roots as a varsity sport start with the completion of the highly acclaimed Stanford Golf Course, which first opened for play on January 1, 1930.
The Siebel Varsity Training Center was designed by Robert Trent Jones II to be the finest practice center in the country, a nearly 30-acre facility for the varsity golf teams is on campus, adjacent to the golf course. This center, completed in Spring 2008, features six short game areas where every conceivable short-game shot can be practiced from a variety of grasses, uphill/downhill/sidehill lies, and where full shot practice can take place from tee blocks or to a variety of holes.