No one has been unaffected by the coronavirus at this point and we’re in Day No. __ at this rate, as we all start to lose count.
Still, there are postseason superlatives, student-athlete spotlights and a bunch of other news coming in as we all learn to cope with our sports world, sans sports.
So, here we are, with your Currently Cardinal news links for April 1, 2020. And no, this is not a joke.
Pac-12 Winter Academic Honor Roll | GoStanford.com
Sixty-four — yes, 64 — Stanford student-athletes were selected to the Pac-12 Winter Academic Honor Roll. That’s 21% of the entire list. Go Card!
Thomas Booker cooks up some breakfast | Stanford Football
In the kitchen with Chef @TheThomasBooker — Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) March 31, 2020
Check back later for mom's review...#GoStanford pic.twitter.com/TY6Da559YY
Classic Read: A reason to smile | GoStanford.com
Stanford senior Nicole Stafford finally has gained the upper hand on a rare condition that threatened her swimming career. This one is a great read.
NCAA grants spring athletes additional year of eligibility | The Stanford Daily
This change will effect 13 different Cardinal team and nearly 300 Stanford student-athletes who are set to have the chance to obtain another year of eligibility for their lost seasons.
Sailor Spotlight: Justin Lim | GoStanford.com
Lim sat down for an exclusive interview with the athletic department and answered their questions at length.
Stanford Football adds Sacramento State to their 2023 schedule | FBSchedules.com
The Cardinal added the Hornets to a game for the 2023 schedule, agreeing to pay the Hornets $625,000 for the trip do to the Farm.
Bing named Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division I National Scholar-Athlete | GoStanford.com
Bing becomes the first to win the National Scholar-Athlete award in Cardinal program history.
Stanford Women’s Basketball: On this day in history | San Francisco Chronicle
The Cardinal women’s team capped an amazing 1989-90 season with a National Title on April 1, 1990.
Path to the draft: Casey Toohill | GoStanford.com
The former Cardinal defensive lineman sat down with the athletics department to answer a Q&A about his path to the draft in this unprecedented time.