Stanford’s freshmen make an impact in first NCAA Tournament action

Sacred Heart’s Ny’Ceara Pryor #1 is fouled driving on Stanford’s Lauren Betts #51 in the first half of a Women’s NCAA Tournament game, Friday, March 17, 2023, at Maples Pavilion in Stanford, Calif. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

STANFORD — Stanford’s experience has been considered a massive advantage whenever the Cardinal takes the floor.

But even with several key contributors who have played in back-to-back Final Fours and won the national championship in 2021, the Cardinal will need their freshmen to make an impact, too.

And that’ll be especially important if All-American Cameron Brink misses No. 1 seed Stanford’s second round game against

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