December 20, 2005

Ultimate Weapon In Cardinal Arsenal

By: Bob Rodman, The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon

December 18, 2005

Candice Wiggins wasted no time in establishing herself as the premier female basketball player in the Pac-10 Conference.

She began last season as a 17-year-old freshman at Stanford. By the time the Cardinal were done, Wiggins had been anointed the most valuable player in the league.

She averaged 17 1/2 points, 5 1/2 rebounds, nearly three assists and 2 1/2 steals. Wiggins even blocked 19 shots as Stanford rumbled into the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight.

She is good. But how good is she? (More ...)

December 07, 2005

Best Seats in the House

By: Kelli Anderson, Inside College Basketball,

December 7, 2005

When one is consigned to the nosebleed press section of a college arena, one longs for spies on the bench. Budgets being what they are these days, that's difficult for most journalists to arrange. Lucky for me, the Stanford women's basketball booster club, the Fastbreak Club, did the necessary embedding for last Sunday's game against Tennessee. (More ...)

December 05, 2005

Jillian Harmon Turning Heads

By: Blair Critchlow, The Stanford Daily

December 1, 2005

Jillian Harmon has been turning heads within the Stanford women’s basketball community since she arrived on the Farm. And in the first week of her Stanford career she’s starting to show fans why head coach Tara VanDerveer and others were impressed with her back in the preseason. (More ...)

Three Strikes -- And She's Back

By: Michelle Smith, Chronicle Staff Writer

November 6, 2005

There is only one question for Eziamaka Okafor: Why?

Why would she want to keep playing basketball when her body seems to reject the idea? Why would she want to spend more months of her young life rehabilitating? Why would she risk more pain and more torment? (More ...)