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Topic - Maples Pavilion
Maples Pavilion is a 7,392-seat multi-purpose arena in Stanford, California built in 1968. Maples underwent a $30 million renovation in March 2004, which wrapped up in time for conference play in December of that year. It was named after its principal donor, Roscoe Maples, a member of the 1904 Stanford class. - Source: Wikipedia
For each of the past two summers, Penn State coach Coquese Washington has visited Tara VanDerveer at the Stanford coach's New York home to talk basketball and, specifically, gather tips on the triangle offense.
Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer vowed she was done hosting the NCAA tournament a few years ago, viewing it more as a headache than an advantage.
Tara VanDerveer's assistants wanted to play man-to-man defense. The Stanford head coach insisted on playing zone.
California staged a furious, late-game rally at Stanford as its leading scorer sat on the bench without a single point.