Tales From the Road
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Sports Medicine Headlines
- The PAC-12 SAHWB Grant Program 2020 Funding Cycle Now Open
- Stanford Researchers Investigate Quality Measures in Orthopedic Sports Medicine
- 5 Questions: Eugene Roh on serving as Team USA physician
- Donnelly Examines Muscle Activation and Strength in Chronic Ankle Instability
- Stanford Researchers Evaluate Efficacy of Prevention Program
- Stanford Splits on Day TwoStanford moves to 6-2 on the season following a win over California Baptist and loss to Cal on Saturday.
- Cardinal Wins Small Routine InvitationalCompeting against Ohio State and Incarnate Word in the virtual OSU Small Routine Invitational on Saturday, Stanford finished first with a score of 74 points, followed by Ohio State (72 points) and Incarnate Word (45 points).
- Card Finishes SecondMorgan Tankersley defended her title in the 1650 free, as Stanford ended the week with a second-place team finish in Houston.
- Segal's Strike Beats SDSUSophomore Gabe Segal found the back of the net just 36 seconds into overtime as No. 4 Stanford fought past San Diego State 1-0 on Saturday.
- Four-Run Eighth Delivers WinSenior Tim Tawa broke a 6-6 tie in the eighth inning with a two-out RBI-single into right field, and sophomore Kody Huff added a three-run home run later in the frame, as Stanford (3-0) scored four times in the inning to beat Santa Clara (1-5) 10-6 from Sunken Diamond on Saturday.
- Study: Head Trauma May Be Possible to Diagnose With Substances in the Blood
- 5 SE Indiana High Schools Earn NATA Awards
- Studies Show Vitamin D Has Big Benefits for Athletes
- Former Billings Bulls Athletic Trainer Mike Muir Front and Center for Stanley Cup Final
- New Research Shows ACL Repair Holds-up Over Time
- High School Athletic Trainer Saves Life With CPR
- AT Spotlight: Jerome Reid
- Brewers Medical Director Finds 'Awesome' Support in Battle With Pancreatic Cancer