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                Arman Kassam
                Arman is a North Carolina native who loves rap, maps, and Lord of the Rings. He doesn’t know much about sports and yet he writes about them.

                Field hockey drops a pair in North Carolina

                No. 15 Stanford field hockey (6-5, 1-0 AEC) suffered a 1-3 loss to No. 21 Wake Forest (4-5, 0-1 ACC) and an 0-1 loss to No. 2 Duke (8-1, 0-1 ACC) this past Friday and Sunday, respectively. The Cardinal's tour of North Carolina brought on tough battles and even tougher decisions, as Stanford just barely dropped the ball against the Demon Deacons and could almost taste a tie against the Blue Devils in the second half of Sunday's match.
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                Mapping Stanford: Beyond the bed

                Editor’s Note: This article is purely fictitious. All attributions in this article are not genuine and this story should be read in the context of pure entertainment only. Preface: The Engineering Quad could be hazardous to sexual stamina, as evidenced by one Stanford freshman in CS 106A: “Nothing about coding is sexy, except my TA.”…
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                Season Recap: Wrestling

                Despite the smoke, the wrestlers positioned themselves on the mat and then brawled like there was no tomorrow. Stanford wrestling's first home match of the season took place at the football fan fest against San Francisco State on November 10.
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                Mapping Stanford: Stanfordia

                If you’re lucky enough to board a ship that can cross the great waters, the first piece of Stanfordia you’ll ever lay your eyes on is the coastline of Oval Bay. The bay is wrapped around by Lathrop Cape, a fair domain with intricate ruins from chiefdoms past (some say the ancestors of the denizens…
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                Women’s golf heads to regionals in East Lansing

                No. 4 Stanford women's golf heads to East Lansing, Michigan today for their 27th straight appearance at the NCAA Regionals, a competition that the Cardinal has won in each of their past three seasons. Of the eighteen teams at this preliminary tournament, only six will have the opportunity to compete at Fayetteville, Arkansas for the NCAA National Championship on May 17-22.
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                Gaels on deck for beach volleyball

                Stanford women’s beach volleyball (9-13, 3-1 Pac-12) heads to No. 19 Saint Mary’s (16-6, 9-2 WCC) tomorrow to exact revenge for two losses earlier in the season. The Cardinal head to Moraga with plenty of bruises, having stumbled through this past weekend’s Pac-12 North Invitational with a 1-3 record. Playing at their home court this…
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                Gymnastics continues path to Nationals in Corvallis

                No. 25 Stanford women’s gymnastics heads out to Oregon today for the NCAA Corvallis Regionals, a three-day affair with nine of the best teams in the nation. Stanford most recently clinched 195.925 points after a series of clutch performances in the Pac-12 Championships, but came up short at 7th place. Stanford is best described as…
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                Wrestling brings home first Pac-12 Championship, falls short at NCAA Championships

                Stanford men's wrestling (9-4, 2-1 Pac-12) concluded its season on March 21 at the NCAA Championships in Pittsburgh. Although no Cardinal managed to place at the tournament, and only redshirt sophomore Nathan Traxler came in as a top-10 seed, Stanford has had a season like no other — smashing records, claiming titles and transforming into a team that will never be forgotten in the annals of Pac-12 wrestling history.
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                Huskies continue to struggle against Stanford women’s basketball

                Closing out the regular season, Stanford women's basketball (25-4, 15-3 Pac-12) demolished Washington (9-20, 2-15 Pac-12) at Alaska Airlines Arena yesterday. To a silent crowd of 2760, the 72-53 result marked Stanford's sixth consecutive win after losing horribly to the apparently indomitable No. 3 Oregon (27-3, 16-2 Pac-12). As the Cardinal head into the quarterfinals, this recent flurry of wins has placed the squad back at a desired tempo.
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