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NOTES: Stanford will play in its third consecu-
tive Final Four this weekend and its ninth
overall. Ranked No. 2 in the nation, as it has
been for most of the year, the Cardinal are
significant favorites to advance to the final,
where it will play either Baylor or UConn.
The Huskies dealt Stanford its only loss of the
season in December. Stanford will look to
All-American senior Jayne Appel to lead the
offense against the Sooners.
Cardinal is two
wins away from
By TOM TAYLOR
SENIOR STAFF WRITER
The No. 1 Cardinal women will
face No. 3 Oklahoma in the Final
Four of the NCAA Women’s Divi-
sion I Basketball Championship at
the Alamodome in San Antonio on
Sunday, after sneaking past Xavier
with a dramatic buzzer beater four
“I just feel like we’ve been given
a second basketball life,” said Stan-
ford head coach Tara VanDerveer of
the victory over the Musketeers.
“And I know our team will make the
most of it. We saw our season pass
before our eyes. It was over.We just
are so thankful to be playing, so ap-
preciative of the opportunity to go to
San Antonio, that I know our team
will make the absolute most of it.”
The Xavier game was the first in
this year’s tournament where the
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STAYING ON TOP
By CHRIS JUHNKE
Looking to continue its recent
success and avenge some past
losses, the Stanford men’s volley-
ball team will hit the road this
weekend to face two ranked con