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Card Clicks: Stanford Women Leave No Doubt in Rout of Cal

Toni Kokenis scored a game-high 23 points and No. 2 Stanford routed Cal, 86-61, in front of the largest crowd for a women's basketball game at Haas Pavilion in three years. | SF Chronicle

Stanford has national championship potential (again), but tougher challenges lie ahead. | Monte Poole

"This is the first time I felt we really took a step," Stanford head coach Johnny Dawkins said after the Cardinal beat Cal, 75-70. "Now I think they realize how good we can be." [Ed. note: Just in time.] | Mercury News

Cal didn't come ready to play. | CGB

It was just like old times at Maples Pavilion. | Jacob Jaffe

The Pac-12 tournament is wide open. | Mark Purdy

After losing its first game of the season on Friday night, the No. 1 Stanford baseball team rebounded to take the series against Fresno State with two convincing wins. |The Stanford Daily

Freshman David Nolan was named swimmer of the meet and the Stanford men's swimming and diving team captured its 31st straight Pac-12 title. | Mercury News