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Cindy Leonard (C and R)

http://www.womenssportsinformation.com/blog.html

Stanford, California

About C and R:

Two basketball teammates who talk about the Stanford Women's Basketball games and women's sports issues, among other things.

C and R's Favorite Sports:

Basketball, USA Basketball, W College Hoops, WNBA, Boardsports, Bodyboard, Olympics, Summer Games, Winter Games, Soccer, W. College Soccer, Softball, Volleyball

C and R's blog is a member of the Women Talk Sports Network:

C and R's Stanford Women's Basketball Blog

Two basketball teammates who talk about the Stanford Women's Basketball games and women's sports issues, among other things.

Stanford Can’t Stay on Top, Fall to Texas
Stanford did not lead for the majority of the game…they were down by 10 at one point…Amber Orrange kept Stanford in it with some clutch shooting near the end…the game went into overtime…no, dear reader, you are not suffering de...[Read on]
Stanford Beats UConn in OT 88-86
There are so many outstanding moments to highlight in Stanford’s come-from-behind, overtime win over #1 UConn, ending a 47-game win streak. Yes, that’s right, we said it... The Stanford Women’s Basketball team beat UConn!!Nom, Nom NomTha...[Read on]
Stanford Women Shine in Basketball Preseason
Stanford women’s Basketball Fans got a look at what we have been waiting for: The Stanford Women’s Basketball Team. More specifically, this offense that is dubbed “not the triangle.” Stanford played NAIA Vanguard University, and d...[Read on]
One Week to Stanford Basketball
So it is one week until we get a Stanford Women’s basketball preview. Stanford opens its exhibition season against Vanguard. Many, many questions are floating around this year’s team. This will be the first time in six years without an Ogwumik...[Read on]
WNBA All-Star Sister Weekend
Back in April when Chiney Ogwumike was drafted number one by the Connecticut Sun, she and her sister, Nneka Ogwumike made history. They were the first pair of siblings in the WNBA to be drafted number one. Heck, let’s take that a step further to sho...[Read on]
Stanford Gets the Same Results Against UConn
They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. With Stanford going to the Final Four six times in seven years and coming up empty handed, you could call head coach Tara Vanderveer Insane&he...[Read on]
Stanford Beats North Carolina, Back in the Final Four
There is a cheer the Stanford band does. Two X plus 4, where X is your score. It is a brainiac cheer. It would be chanted, for example, when one team has 9 points and the other team has 22 points. Two times 9 is 18, add four and you get 22. It is pointing...[Read on]
Stanford Beats South Dakota, Advances
Well round one is done and in the books. The Stanford Women’s Basketball team with the #2 seed, beat #15 seed South Dakota 81-62 to advance to the round of 32 (which needs a cute nickname). One more win puts them back in the familiar territory of Ma...[Read on]
Stanford Upset by USC in Pac-12 Tourney
For the first time in the history of the Pac-12 Women’ Basketball tournament, the championship game will not include a Stanford team. Stanford fell to USC 72-68 in the semis of the Pac-12 Tournament.Stanford Loses to USC in the Pac-12 Tourney (AP Ph...[Read on]
Stanford Survives, Beats Colorado
This was an ugly game. The only consolidation was the score, with The Stanford Women’s Basketball team putting together a better second half then the first, beating Colorado in the Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinal by a score of 69-54 Stanford is lucky...[Read on]