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Former Stanford All-American James Shaw had 14 kills and eight digs but the United States men's Pan American volleyball team fell to Chile 25-22, 19-25,... [Read More]
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The first person sentenced in the college admissions scandal will spend no time in prison. A federal judge sentenced former Stanford sailing coach, John Vandemoer,... [Read More]
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The first person sentenced in the college admissions scandal will spend no time in prison. A federal judge sentenced former Stanford sailing coach, John Vandemoer,... [Read More]
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On Wednesday, former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer was sentenced to one day in prison and six months of home confinement for his role in... [Read More]
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Attorney Andrew Stoltmann weighs in on what the first sentencing in the college admissions case could mean for future holdings. [Read More]
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Former Stanford All-Americans James Shaw and Kyle Dagostino are among the 14 players with the U.S. men's Pan American Cup volleyball team that begin play... [Read More]
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With the signing of former Stanford linebacker Bobby Okereke, the Colts have now signed all 10 of their picks from the 2019 NFL Draft.      ... [Read More]
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The first sentence was handed down Wednesday in the college admissions scandal. [Read More]
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A former Stanford University sailing coach avoided prison on Wednesday in the first sentencing to result from the U.S. college admissions scandal after adm... [Read More]
The first person sentenced in the college admissions scandal will spend no time in prison. A federal judge sentenced former Stanford sailing coach, John Vandemoer,... [Read More]
Former Stanford University sailing coach John Vandemoer, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering for his role in the nationwide college bribery scandal, is getting no prison... [Read More]
Former Stanford University sailing coach John Vandemoer has avoided a possible prison term for his role in a college admissions cheating scandal that saw wealthy... [Read More]
Former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer avoided prison even though prosecutors pushed for a 13 month term. He got more than $600,000 from Rick Singer,... [Read More]
John Vandemoer, a former Stanford University sailing coach who was the first person to be sentenced for his role in the college admissions scandal, avoided... [Read More]
Former Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer will spend one day in prison, a federal judge in Boston determined Wednesday, for his... [Read More]
A former Stanford University sailing coach involved in the college admissions scandal walked out of a Boston court a free man. Prosecutors were seeking a... [Read More]
Former Stanford Coach John Vandemoer pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering for arranging bribes to the sailing program. [Read More]
A federal judge went against prosecutors' wishes and spared a former Stanford sailing coach from more than a year in prison, sentencing him to one... [Read More]
John Vandemoer's case has unique circumstances meaning his sentence might not signal other \... [Read More]
Former Stanford University sailing coach John Vandemoer was sentenced to one day in prison Wednesday for his role in the college admissions scandal. [Read More]
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