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Card Clicks: Ogwumike Sisters Key Stanford's Rout of Red Storm

Sisters Chiney and Nneka Ogwumike combined for 35 points in Stanford's 75-49 win against St. John's in the second round of the NCAA tournament last night at Maples Pavilion. | Mercury News

Freshmen Toni Kokenis and Chiney Ogwumike will have precautionary X-rays today after suffering injuries against the Red Storm. Kokenis left with an ankle injury late in the first half. She returned to the bench in the second half to a standing ovation, but did not return to the game. Ogwumike injured a finger while scrambling for a loose ball in the first half, but still played 23 minutes. | SF Chronicle

The Cardinal's seniors became the first Stanford class to finish their careers undefeated at home. "We've never had that losing feeling playing at home, and I don't know what that would feel like," senior Jeanette Pohlen said. "I'm sure it would be awful. And I'm glad I didn't have to experience that." | ESPN

Kayla Pedersen and Co. are sad to say goodbye to Maples, but remain focused on the goal ahead. | CSN Bay Area

Nneka Ogwumike has shined throughout her career in the tournament. | Mercury News

No. 5. seed North Carolina, which knocked off No. 4 seed Kentucky last night, will likely look to push the pace against the Cardinal in Saturday's Sweet 16 matchup. | ESPN

Tyler Gaffney's two-run home run was the difference in the Stanford baseball team's 3-2 win against UC Davis.  | Mercury News

Teagan Gerhart improved to 11-3 as the No. 10 Cardinal softball team swept a doubleheader from Northwestern. Jenna Rich delivered a walk-off two-run single in the second game. |

The No. 2 Stanford women's tennis team blanked Utah at home. |