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                        Daniel Martinez-Krams
                        Daniel Martinez-Krams '22 is a staff writer in the sports section covering football, women's soccer, women's basketball and baseball. He is originally from Berkeley, California. Contact him at danielmk ‘at’ stanford.edu.

                        Ducks down women’s hoops at home

                        When No. 4 Stanford (24-4, 13-3 Pac-12) was not getting bullied inside the paint, turning the ball over or outrun, the game was close. The Cardinal even won the fourth quarter by 10 points and tied the second. The 74-66 loss to No. 3 Oregon (26-2, 15-1 Pac-12) came for other reasons.
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                        Women’s hoops finds success on Senior Day

                        Normally, Senior Day is celebrated in Maples Pavilion after the game to prevent the emotions of a goodbye from impeding the focus on winning. On Sunday, however, a dominant first quarter turned the whole afternoon into a celebration as there was no doubt about the end result.
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                        Bruins bring 3rd loss of season to women’s hoops

                        Maples was rocking after a heat check 3-pointer from Kiana Williams late in the third quarter provided No. 6 Stanford women’s basketball (20-3, 9-2 Pac-12) its first lead in 15 minutes. Before the ensuing Bruins’ timeout, the junior guard was 8-of-12 from the field, but finished on a 1-for-10 skid as it all collapsed in what would become the Cardinal's second loss in conference play.
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                        Lexie Hull, women’s hoops crush Cougars in Pullman

                        In a long, arduous conference season, consistency is rare, but improvement is even more difficult to come by. Nevertheless, No. 6 Stanford (20-2, 9-1 Pac-12) defied the odds and held its opponent below 50 points for the third straight game, while not permitting a single 3-pointer. In doing so, the Cardinal secure a 71-49 victory over Washington State (10-12, 3-7 Pac-12) for the second time this season and 67th consecutive time in program history.
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                        Defense leads the way in Seattle

                        The mark of a good team, at times, is winning when you are not at your best. Despite shooting 32.8% from the field as a team and turning over the ball as many times in the second quarter (five) as all of last game, No. 6 Stanford (19-2, 8-1 Pac-12) picked up the road win 58-41. ?
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                        Women’s hoops blows by Utah

                        As Jump caught fire, so did No. 6 Stanford (18-2, 7-1 Pac-12), and the 16-0 across the end of the third and into the fourth effectively put the game out of reach. A season ago, a hot-shooting Utah (10-9, 3-5 Pac-12) defeated Stanford at home, but the Cardinal enacted their revenge with a 82-49 triumph.
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                        Sports Mailbag: Bring out your questions

                        The Daily has established a mailbag to field questions from the Cardinal faithful. Beat writers from each sport, plugged into their sources on campus, will be tapped to answer any and all questions to the best of their abilities. Questions can be sent through Twitter, Facebook or email (sports ‘at’ www.bbs55168.cn).

                        Home for the Maple-days

                        After the most difficult road trip of the season, a weekend in Maples Pavilion will provide a nice respite for No. 6 Stanford (16-2, 5-1 Pac-12). The Cardinal will host Colorado (13-4, 2-4 Pac-12) and Utah (9-8, 2-4 Pac-12).
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