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2016 Schedule
21-12, 6th in WCC
AP

Ex-Stanford star Azzi comes out as gay

Jennifer Azzi, coach of the University of San Francisco's women's team, announced she is married to her top assistant Blair Hardiek, while introducing Warriors president Rick Welts, who came out in 2011, at an awards ceremony. 'Be true to myself'

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Azzi comes out as gay; wedded to top assistant

University of San Francisco coach and former Stanford and U.S. star Jennifer Azzi has come out as gay and announced she is married to her top assistant, Blair Hardiek.

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45dMichelle Smith

Cardinal, Jackrabbits find Maples magic

It might have been a night of nostalgia for Stanford, which beat a very familiar foe in Jennifer Azzi in the first round, but South Dakota State was living in the moment with its huge upset.

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Stanford coach beats former star Azzi in tourney

Coach Tara VanDerveer guided Stanford into the second round of the NCAA tournament by beating her former star player Jennifer Azzi and her No. 13 seed San Francisco team 85-58 on Saturday night.

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47dMichelle Smith

Why Stanford-San Francisco is the best first-round game

Jennifer Azzi won a national title at Stanford under Tara VanDerveer and an Olympic gold under her in Atlanta. Now Azzi leads San Francisco into Maples Pavilion to take on the Cardinal.

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San Francisco beats BYU in WCC title game

Taylor Proctor scored 27 points, Zhane Dikes added 21 and San Francisco earned its first trip to the NCAA Tournament in 19 years with a 70-68 victory over BYU in the West Coast Conference title g

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BYU dominates San Francisco for WCC crown

Lexi Eaton scored 22 points and Morgan Bailey added 20 as BYU beat San Francisco 76-65 on Tuesday to win the West Coast Conference tournament and the league's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.

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1237dMichelle Smith

Smith: Azzi rebuilding San Francisco

Jennifer Azzi's storied playing career was marked by hard work, tenacity and the ability to be in better shape than anyone else. In her third season as San Francisco's coach, she's following the same path.