Sports

Recent Scores

Mens Volleyball:
USA 3, Australia 2, yesterday
Womens Water Polo:
USA 7, Australia 7, yesterday
Mens Crew:
Seth Weil (M-A grad), USRowing , Thursday
Womens Volleyball:
China 2, USA 1, Thursday
Womens Soccer:
USA 1, South Africa 0, Thursday
Womens Volleyball:
Team USA 2, Paraguay 0, Wednesday
Womens Volleyball:
USA 2, Canada 0, Tuesday
Womens Soccer:
Team USA 2, Germany 0, Tuesday
Boys Baseball:
DFJ 10, The Oaks 8, Monday
Womens Volleyball:
USA 2, Australia 1, Monday
Mens Water Polo:
Brazil 24, Team USA 23, Sunday
Mens Water Polo:
Croatia 11, Team USA 6, Jun 27, 2015
Womens Volleyball:
USA 2, Netherlands 0, Jun 27, 2015
Mens Volleyball:
Team USA 3, Russia 1, Jun 27, 2015
Boys Baseball:
DFJ 3, The Oaks 0, Jun 26, 2015
Boys Baseball:
Menlo Chevron 6, Ada's Cafe 1, Jun 26, 2015
Womens Soccer:
Team USA 1, China 0, Jun 26, 2015
Mens Water Polo:
Team USA 8, Hungary 7, Jun 26, 2015
Mens Water Polo:
Italy 13, Team USA 10, Jun 25, 2015
Mens Water Polo:
Australia 10, Team USA 9, Jun 24, 2015
Mens Baseball:
SoCal Catch 6, Menlo Park Legends 3, Jun 23, 2015

 
 
Sports Calendar

Today
Mens Swimming
USA, New Zealand at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 11:15 a.m.
Boys Baseball
14s challenge game (if necessary) at Babe Ruth District 6 Tournament (Belmont Sports Complex) 12 p.m.
Boys Baseball
15s challenge game (if necessary) at Babe Ruth District 6 Tournament (Baylands Athletic Center) 1 p.m.
Womens Volleyball
USA vs. Japan at World University Games (Gwangju, Korea) 2 p.m.
Womens Soccer
USA vs. France at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 2:15 p.m.
Mens Volleyball
USA vs. Chinese Taipei at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 5 p.m.
Sunday, July 5
Womens Basketball
Team USA vs. Italy at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 7:30 a.m.
Mens Diving
USA at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 9 a.m.
Womens Volleyball
USA vs. Finland at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 9 a.m.
Womens Swimming
USA at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 9:30 a.m.
Mens Gymnastics
USA, Hungary at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 10 a.m.
Mens Swimming
USA, New Zealand at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 10:45 a.m.
Womens Water Polo
USA vs. France at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 11:15 a.m.
Womens Soccer
USA v. Japan or England at FINA Women's World Cup Vancouver 4 p.m.
Mens Baseball
San Mateo Rounders at Palo Alto Oaks (Baylands Athletic Center) 5:30 p.m.
Monday, July 6
Mens Volleyball
USA vs. Argentina at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 10:45 a.m.
Mens Gymnastics
USA, Hungary at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 11:30 a.m.
Womens Volleyball
Team USA vs. China at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 11:45 a.m.
Womens Swimming
USA at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 12:15 p.m.
Womens Volleyball
USA vs. Brazil at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 12:30 p.m.
Womens Soccer
USA vs. Canada at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 1 p.m.
Mens Swimming
USA, New Zealand at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 1:15 p.m.
Tuesday, July 7
Womens Water Polo
USA vs. Mexico at Pan Am Games Toronto 7 a.m.
Womens Swimming
USA at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 9:45 a.m.
Mens Swimming
USA, New Zealand at World University Games Gwangju, Korea 10 a.m.

 
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Mens Crew, USRowing vs. Seth Weil, Thursday

 
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Sports Headlines

McCall retains a golden friendship with USA basketball
Much has changed for Diamond DeShields and Stanford junior Erica McCall since winning the 2012 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship, but their friendship, which was formed that summer in Alcobendas, Spain, remains as solid as gold. Saturday, 9:47 AM

Last remaining local Little League teams fall in tourneys
The Palo Alto American 11-12s and the Alpine/West Menlo 10-11s bowed out of District 52 Little League all-star baseball action on Friday following losses in the consolation bracket. Both squads were the last remaining local teams in postseason play. Saturday, 9:39 AM

Palo Alto 15s, 13s win District 6 Babe Ruth baseball titles
The Palo Alto Babe Ruth 15- and 13-year-old all-stars punched their respective tickets to next week's NorCal State tournaments with solid victories to win their District 6 championships on Friday. Saturday, 8:39 AM

Stanford women play to polo tie in World University Games
Cardinal at the WUG's
Representing the United States in South Korea, the Stanford women's water polo team opened up the 2015 World University Games with a 7-7 tie against Australia on Friday morning in Gwangju. Friday, 7:56 PM

Stanford men's track & field has nation's No. 1 class
Recruiting
Stanford has the nation's No. 1 recruiting class in men's track and field. That was the verdict handed down by Milesplit.com earlier this week. Taking the season-best marks from the class of 2015, the athletes were broken down by their future schools and places on the season lists were scored like a championship meet. Friday, 7:50 PM

USA opens World University Games with soccer victory
Menlo-Atherton grad Dana Gornick and her Colorado College women's soccer teammates kicked off the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea Thursday with a 1-0 victory over South Africa at Honam University. Thursday, 3:05 PM

Palo Alto 15s will play for Babe Ruth district crown
Shane Wallace hit an inside-the-park home run to spark the Palo Alto Babe Ruth 15-year-old all-stars to an 11-2 victory over Bel-Mateo in District 6 action Thursday night at Baylands Athletic Center. Friday, 9:11 AM

District 52 Little League baseball all-star results
Palo Alto American (11-12s) and Alpine/West Menlo (10-11s) will carry local hopes into the next round of consolation games of District 52 Little League tournament play after Menlo-Atherton (11-12s), Palo Alto American (10-11s), Palo Alto National (9-10s) and Alpine/West Menlo (9-10s) all were beaten on Wednesday night. Thursday, 9:33 AM

American women continue to win at FIVB beach event
The American beach volleyball team of Stanford grad Kerri Walsh Jennings and USC grad April Ross needed 28 minutes to dispatch Paraguay's Gabriela Filippo and Michelle Valiente Amarilla, 21-6, 21-10, in the Round of 32 at the FIVB Beach World Championships in Apeldoorn, Netherlands on Wednesday.
Wednesday, 6:00 PM

Stanford's Felicia Lee looking to 'fly' through the water

Stanford's Nastic joins Warriors for NBA Summer League

PA American topples PA National in district Little League

Menlo Chevron takes Palo Alto Babe Ruth city title

O'Hara helps send Americans into World Cup final on Sunday

M-A grad joins Princeton women's polo coaching staff

Paly grad Pederson is among MLB's leaders in home runs

Walsh Jennings, Ross finish pool play undefeated at worlds

Randle, Harbin are Tom Hansen Conference Medal winners

Palo Alto Babe Ruth all-star teams open district play

Paly golfer Ali qualifies for U.S. Junior Amateur Championship

Stanford grad maintaining competitive fire on beach

Two Stanford wrestlers qualify for U.S. Junior World Team

Stanford women's polo preps for World University Games

Local Little League teams fall from the winners' bracket

Top local golfers shoot for U.S. Junior Amateur berths

USA men lose polo lead and fall in shootout for third place

Stanford grad runs to a berth for the World Championships

U.S. men beat Russia; clinch a spot in world volleyball final

Only one Palo Alto Little League team survives in all-stars