Tag: World

  • Stanford shines at World University Games

    Six Stanford students competed in the 2023 FISU World University Games in Chengdu, China this summer — the first time the games were hosted since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Alex Lee ’22 M.S. ’23, Marisol Torro ’24, Amy Tang ’25, Judy Liu ’26, Zhier Fan ’26 and Hayden Kwan ’26 attended the competition,…

  • USWNT and Cardinal eliminated from World Cup in nailbiter

    This article is part of a series on the 2023 World Cup. Read coverage of previous games here. After a scoreless extra time period versus Sweden, it all came down to a penalty shootout.  Three Cardinal stepped up for the U.S. but only one found the back of the net. That proved to be the…

  • Former coaches cheer on Stanford alums in World Cup

    This article is part of a series on the 2023 World Cup. Read coverage of previous games here. High school coaches expressed admiration for the leadership and drive of Stanford alums in the Women’s World Cup and shared insights on their styles from some of the earliest points of their soccer careers, as these players seek…

  • Former Cardinal struggle in 2nd round of World Cup games

    This article is part of a series on the 2023 World Cup. Read coverage of the opening games here. The second round of World Cup games largely proved to be lackluster, if not disappointing, for the Cardinal. When faced with adversity, the USWNT could not finish last Wednesday in Wellington. In the 9th minute of…

  • Stanford alums kick off historic World Cup

    This article is part of a series on the 2023 World Cup.  Less than a week into the 2023 Women’s World Cup and history has already been made. It’s the first time the event has been hosted by two countries (Australia and New Zealand), is the first spanning two confederations and is the first held…

  • Out of this world softball dominates in Supers

    No. 9-seeded Stanford softball (43-13, 14-10 Pac-12) traveled to Durham, N.C. where it took on No. 8 Duke (48-10, 19-5 ACC)  in an NCAA Super Regional. The Cardinal won back-to-back games advancing to their first NCAA Women’s College World Series since 2004 and third overall. The writing was on the wall well before the season…