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Card Clicks: No. 3 Stanford Women Hold Off Rutgers

Nneka Ogwumike, pictured during last year's NCAA tournament, scored 20 points in Stanford's 63-50 season-opening win against Rutgers.
Nneka Ogwumike, pictured during last year's NCAA tournament, scored 20 points in Stanford's 63-50 season-opening win against Rutgers.

Chiney Ogwumike had nine points and 12 rebounds in her Stanford women's basketball debut, while sister Nneka led all scorers with 20 points in the No. 3 Cardinal's 63-50 win over Rutgers. | Mercury News

The Cardinal started the season off with a win despite struggling to find an offensive rhythm. | Stanford Daily

C and R were at the game and provided their analysis in a FanPost. | C&RSWBBB

The Stanford men's basketball team tips off its regular season tonight at Maples Pavilion against San Diego. Look for the Rule of Tree men's basketball preview later today. | The Chronicle

The top-ranked Stanford women's soccer team defeated Sacramento State and Santa Clara in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament. The Cardinal hosts UCLA on Friday. | GoStanford.com

At the NCAA West Regional cross country meet, the Stanford men earned an automatic bid to nationals with a second-place finish, while the women should be among the first at-large teams selected after finishing third. | GoStanford.com

The No. 2. Stanford women's volleyball team improved to 22-2 and 13-2 in the Pac-10 with a 3-1 win at Washington. Head coach John Dunning reflects on a successful trip to the Northwest. | YouTube