Stanford Cardinal podcast with Daniel Dullum: Cardinal men host Green Bay Friday; Cardinal women go for 5 wins in a row Sunday

Gonzaga guard Kaylynne Truong (14) is fouled by Stanford guard Agnes Emma-Nnopu during the first half action at Maples Pavilion on Sun Dec 4, 2022 (AP News photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Daniel:

#1 MBB the Cardinal (3-6) lost a close contest 68-64 to the Arizona State Sun Devils (10-1) in their last game Sun Dec 4th. The Cardinal got good efforts from Spencer Jones 13 points and Harrison Ingram and Michael Jones both scored 12 points.

#2 The Cardinal face the Green Bay Phoenix (2-8) who are struggling in their own right this Friday night at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal have won only three games and have the home floor advantage.

#3 Stanford women (10-1) have won four straight games, five of their last six games including a win over the Gonzaga Bulldogs (7-2) in their last game 84-63. The Cardinal are getting offense and defense on both sides of the basketball and it might be safe to say look for this team to be a huge threat when March comes rolling around.

#4 The Cardinal match up against the Tennessee Vols (6-5) who have won four of their last five games. Tip is a 12 noon at Maples Pavilion how do you see this match up on Sunday.

#5 On Monday the Cardinal football team announced a new head coach Troy Taylor who comes from Sacramento State. Taylor help bring three Big Sky titles after taking over the Hornets football program in Dec 2018. Stanford athletic director Bernard Muir said “Troy’s credentials stood out”

Join Daniel Dullum for the Stanford podcasts Thursday nights at

No. 2-ranked Cardinal women upend No. 23 Gonzaga 84-63

Stanford forward Brooke Demetre (21) takes a 3-point shot over Gonzaga guard Esther Little (0) during the second half at Maples Pavilion in Palo Alto on Sun Dec 4, 2022 (AP News photo)

By Daniel Dullum
Sunday, December 4, 2022

No. 2 Stanford, led by Cameron Brink and Brooke Demetre, upended injury-depleted No. 23 Gonzaga 84-63 Sunday, in non-conference women’s basketball at Maples Pavilion.

Brink scored 14 points to go with a season-high 16 rebounds, while Demetre bagged 17 points, including a career-best five 3-pointers. The Cardinal (10-1 overall) have won five consecutive games after suffering their only loss of the season, an overtime defeat by No. 1 South Carolina on Nov. 20.

Hannah Jump scored 14 points – including four 3s – and Haley Jones scored 12 points for the Cardinal. Stanford connected on 15 of 28 from behind the arc (54 percent), with a season-high eight players hitting a 3.

Stanford outrebounded the Bulldogs 37-23.

The visiting Bulldogs (7-2) suited up only seven players because of injuries and illness, and had their three-game winning streak snapped.

Gonzaga battled early in the contest, led by Kaylynne Truong, who wound up with a career-high 22 points, 20 of them in the first half. Brynna Maxwell was next for the Zags with 19 points, while Yvonne Ejim, Gonzaga’s leading scorer, was held to eight points, six of them in the fourth quarter.

Stanford is off for a couple of weeks to allow for final exams. The Cardinal resume their schedule at home on Dec. 18 against Tennessee, which received votes in the last Associated Press poll. After that, the Cardinal face No. 13 Creighton and open their Pac-12 Conference schedule against California on Dec. 23.

NCAA Championship Tournament podcast with Michelle Richardson:Both number ones Gonzaga and Baylor Monday night; Stanford-Arizona women was a battle for the ages

Gonzaga forward Drew Timme, left, ball handles against UCLA guard David Singleton (34) and forward Cody Riley, right, on Sat Apr 3, 2021 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis (AP News photo)

On the NCAA Championship podcast with Michelle:

#1 Gonzaga Bulldogs (31-0) played for their lives and pulled it off against the UCLA Bruins (22-10) on Saturday to advance to the NCAA Championship Tournament on Monday night

#2 Michelle, Baylor (27-2) and Gonzaga both number ones have been playing almost perfect basketball all season long. Gonzaga comes into the Championship Tournament perfect and the favorites over Baylor but how do you see this one turning out?

#3 Stanford Cardinal (31-2) women faced off against fellow Pac 12 school the Arizona Wildcats (21-6) in the Championship Tournament in one of the tightest games on Sunday as Stanford for the second straight won by just one point this time 66-65. These two teams see each other during the regular season Stanford women’s are NCAA women’s Champions.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

Michelle Richardson podcasted NCAA Sports from the beginning of the college football season to the NCAA Basketball Championship Tournament for

NCAA podcast with Michelle Richardson: Gonzaga beats Pepperdine to stay undefeated; Auburn no match for Baylor 84-72; plus more

The Baylor Bears Davion Mitchell (45) battles for the lane against Auburn’s Bubatunde Akingbola (13) during the second half of Sat Jan 30, 2021 in Waco TX (AP News photo)

On the NCAA podcast with Michelle:

#1 No.1 ranked Gonzaga (17-0) bested Pepperdine (7-8) on Saturday night with a convincing 97-75 win. The Zags Drew Timme scored 19 points and Corey Kispert right behind Timme with 16 points.

#2 No.2 ranked Baylor Bears (16-0) got a eight point win over Auburn (10-8) 84-72. The Bears Adam Flagler led with 19 points and runner up Jerod Butler had 16 points as the Bears continue their undefeated record.

#3 Rutgers senior guard Geo Baker has reached the end of his rope with the way the NCAA treats it’s athletes and said that the NCAA’s treatment of the players is a “modern day slavery” on Instagram. Baker said in one Instagram post that the players are in a bubble and they can’t visit their girlfriends and family but they can’t sell their own jerseys or keeping the rights to their likeness.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

Join Michelle Sundays for the NCAA basketball podcasts at

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Headline Sports with Barbara Mason: 49ers will have to step it up against Green Bay on Sunday; Raiders squeeze by winless Bengals; plus more

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On Headline Sports with Barbara:

#1 The San Francisco 49ers cut it close in their last two games vs. Seattle and Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals in a last minute comeback touchdown to squeak it out.

#2 The Oakland Raiders just got by the Cincinnati Bengals in a 17-10 win. Raiders quarterback Derek Carr threw 25-29, 292 yards, one touchdown, and an interception.

#3 A tough loss in New Orleans as the Golden State Warriors dropped a 108-100 contest to the Pelicans Sunday but tonight they finally pulled off a win against the Memphis Grizzlies 114-95 ending a seven game loss streak.

#4 The Sacramento Kings just got by the Boston Celtics 100-99. The Kings have to thank Buddy Hield, who scored 35 points on Sunday at Golden 1 Center.

#5 The #3 Stanford women came up with a huge victory over Gonzaga 76-70 in overtime. Lexie Hull scored 20 points of 22 after halftime.

Join Barbara for Headline Sports each Tuesday at

March Madness podcast with Michelle Richardson: Michigan State edges Duke 68-67; Texas Tech advances over Gonzaga; plus more

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On the March Madness podcast with Michelle:

#1 The Michigan State Spartans battled the Duke Blue Devils today and got a 67-68 win. Michelle, it was a game that was a nail biter right down to the end.

#2 The Texas Tech Red Raiders got a 75-69 win over Gonzaga on Saturday. The Red Raiders are looking forward to the next step in the big dance.

#3 Biggest time of the year for the NCAA. Michelle talks about what was the most exciting part of March Madness.

Michelle is your host for March Madness podcasts at


That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary podcast with Barbara Mason: How Sharks lost three straight at home; Ichiro is just the ticket for opener in Japan; St. Mary’s continues to deliver the thrills

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Barbara Mason filling in for Amaury Pi Gonzalez:

#1 The San Jose Sharks, after winning six straight have all of a sudden hit a brick wall with three straight loses to Florida, Nashville and Vegas. Should there be some concern from head coach Peter DeBoer?

#2 Ichiro can still throw from the outfield to the plate. He’s over 40, but can still start as a designated hitter and will be in the starting line up for the Seattle Mariners against the Oakland A’s on Wednesday in Tokyo for opening day.

#3 Ichiro becomes the second oldest position player in MLB history to start a game.

#4 This is a big deal for the Oakland A’s to host and open the season in Japan and there has been a huge contingent of press and fans, who will pack the Tokyo Dome Wednesday night.

#5 St. Mary’s win over Gonzaga last week is something that basketball analysts are still talking about. You have to go back to the 2010 St. Mary’s team, who beat top-10 Villanova in the 2010 NCAA Tournament in the second round.

Barbara Mason does Amaury’s News and Commentary each Tuesday at

Cardinal Keeps Bulldogs on Leash

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By Joe Lami

The Stanford Cardinal returned to the court on Saturday, after a two-week long hiatus for finals.  They took on the number 23 ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs, and defeated them by the score 73-45.

The Bulldogs came into the game with a record of 8-1, with their only loss coming to the 11 ranked Oklahoma Sooners by the final score of 82-78.  The Zags were also riding a six-game winning streak coming into Maples Pavilion.

The first couple of minutes were going back and forth with a score of 9-8 in favor of Stanford, until around the 15-minute mark Stanford started to pull away from the Bulldogs. Stanford had gone on a 24-8 run to end the half to make the lead 33-19.

Stanford continued the dominance in the second as well, outscoring their opponent 40-26, to give them the 73-45 win.

Stanford was lead by Senior, Chiney Ogwumike who scored 19 points, just one point shy of recording her seventh 20-point game.  However, she was held to only seven rebounds, a season low at home.  Amber Orrange had anther strong outing for the Cardinal scoring ten points and three assists.  Freshman, Kailee Johnson came off of the bench to score 11 points, a new career high. Johnson also led the Cardinal in rebounding with eight, another career high for her young career.

Sonja Greinacher led the Bulldogs in scoring with 18, all of them coming from the field.  Greinacher also had six rebounds, with five of them coming on the offensive side.  Elle Tinkle, younger sister of former Stanford player Joslyn, was held scoreless, but still had two rebounds.

With the win, Stanford ups their record to 8-1, seven of them have been consecutive.  The Cardinal return to Maples on Monday, where they will host the New Mexico Lobos.  Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. and the game can be heard live in the Bay Area on Stanford radio, 90.1 FM KZSU, or online at