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Tokyo2020 LAT 8-7 Saturday THUMB
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Did you know? There are 87 Bay Area athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics. Yes, 87! Whether they were born here, live here, go to school here or simply call the Bay Area home, we’re tracking them all! Watch this space for daily updates on when they’re competing and how they’ve done so far.

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Saturday, Aug. 7 (Day 15)

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: Stanford’s Foluke Akinredewo and the rest of Team USA will face off against Brazil for the gold medal in this final matchup of the tournament. Watch it live at 9:30 p.m. here.

MEN’S MARATHON: Stanford’s Jacob Riley competes in the men’s marathon, which begins at 3 p.m. Watch the race live here.

 

WOMEN’S WATER POLO: Danville native and former Stanford star Maggie Steffens helped the U.S. women’s water polo team beat Spain to win the gold medal. The U.S. is the first team to win three straight Olympic gold medals. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com. Other Stanford athletes on Team USA include Aria Fischer, Makenzie Fisher and Melissa Seidelmann.

BASEBALL: Team USA is leaving Tokyo with silver after losing to Japan 2-0 in the gold medal game. Watch a game replay on NBCOlympics.com. Local athletes on Team USA include former San Francisco Giants pitcher Scott Kazmir and Joe Ryan of San Francisco.

Friday, Aug. 6 (Day 14)

MEN’S BASKETBALL: The U.S. men’s basketball team got its revenge against France, winning the gold medal game at the Tokyo Olympics, 87-82. The team featured local favorites Draymond Green, Damian Lillard and coach Steve Kerr.

TRACK & FIELD: Vacaville’s Robyn Stevens (San Jose State Univ.) finished 33rd in the women’s 20km race walk. Watch an event replay on NBCOlympics.com. Grant Fisher (Stanford) finished ninth in the men’s 5000m final. Watch a race replay on NBCOlympics.com.

GOLF: San Francisco’s Danielle Kang finished tied for 20th in the women’s golf tournament.

MEN’S WATER POLO: The United States men’s water polo team got a measure of revenge for a pool play loss to Italy, advancing to play Croatia for fifth place after a 7-6 win in a classification match. Local athletes on the U.S. team include Dylan Woodhead (hometown is San Anselmo), Ben Hallock, Drew Holland and Alex Bowen from Stanford and UC Berkeley’s Luca Cupido and Johnny Hooper.

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: Brentwood’s Lili Mizuno and the rest of her teammates finished 11th in the Olympic group all-around qualification session and will not advance to the final.

 

WRESTLING: San Lorenzo’s Jacarra Winchester just missed the podium, finishing fourth in the women’s 53kg. Watch an event replay on NBCOlympics.com.

Thursday, Aug. 5 (Day 13)

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: The A-Team of Alix Klineman (Stanford) and April Ross won gold as they defeated Australia’s Mariafe Artacho del Solar and Taliqua Clancy in straight sets in the women’s beach volleyball final. Ross and Klineman took the first set, 21-15, before sealing gold in the second set, 21-16.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: The United States women’s indoor volleyball team, featuring former Stanford star Foluke Akinradewo, will play in the gold medal match after a semifinal win over Serbia.

WOMEN’S SOCCER: The U.S. women’s soccer team returned to the medal podium after defeating Australia 4-3 in the bronze medal game. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com. Local athletes on Team USA include Kelley O’Hara (Stanford), Christen Press (Stanford), Abby Dahlkemper (hometown is Menlo Park), Tierna Davidson (Stanford, hometown is Menlo Park), Julie Ertz (Santa Clara University) and Alex Morgan (UC Berkeley).

BASEBALL: The U.S. baseball team will have a chance at a gold medal after defeating South Korea in the semifinal. Watch a game replay on NBCOlympics.com.

GOLF: San Francisco’s Danielle Kang is tied for 34th after the third round of the women’s golf tournament.

Wednesday, Aug. 4 (Day 12)

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Alix Klineman (Stanford) and April Ross are headed to the gold medal match in beach volleyball after dominating a Swiss duo in the semifinals. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Team USA stormed back to defeat Australia 97-78 in the semifinals to clinch a spot in the gold medal game. Watch a game replay on NBCOlympics.com. Team USA features local favorites Draymond Green, Damian Lillard and coach Steve Kerr. 

 

WOMEN’S WATER POLO: The U.S. women’s water polo team rallied from a three-point deficit to trounce the Russian Olympic Committee 15-11 in the semifinals. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com. Local athletes include Aria Fischer, Makenzie Fisher and Melissa Seidelmann (all from Stanford) and Maggie Steffens of Danville. Steffens also went to Stanford.

GOLF: San Francisco’s Danielle Kang is tied for 11th after the second round of the women’s golf tournament.

Tuesday, Aug. 3 (Day 11)

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: Team USA, featuring former Stanford star Foluke Akinradewo, handled the Dominican Republic with relative ease, winning 3-0 in a quarterfinal matchup. The Americans will now play in the semifinals, where they can punch their ticket to the gold medal game.

MEN’S WATER POLO: Team USA lost to Spain 12-8 in a quarterfinal matchup. Local athletes on the U.S. team include Dylan Woodhead (hometown is San Anselmo), Ben Hallock, Drew Holland and Alex Bowen from Stanford and UC Berkeley’s Luca Cupido and Johnny Hooper.

BASEBALL: Less than 48 hours after a heartbreaking extra innings loss to Japan, the U.S. baseball team kept its medal hopes alive by beating the Dominican Republic 3-1. Local athletes on the team include former San Francisco Giants pitcher Scott Kazmir and Joe Ryan of San Francisco.

GOLF: San Francisco’s Danielle Kang is tied for seventh after the first round of the women’s golf tournament. Watch first round replays on NBCOlympics.com. Click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2.

GYMNASTICS: Stanford’s Brody Malone finished fourth in the high bar final.

TRACK & FIELD: Grant Fisher (Stanford) raced in the men’s 5000m. He finished eighth in his heat. He will race in the final. Watch a race replay on NBCOlympics.com.

 

SWIMMING: Santa Clara’s Haley Anderson placed sixth in the 10km open water swim with a time of 1:59:36.9. Watch a replay on NBCOlympics.com.

ARTISTIC SWIMMING: Stanford’s Lindi Schroeder and Anita Alvarez, competing in the technical routine in the artistic swimming duet competition, just missed qualification for the final day, placing 13th. Watch an event replay on NBCOlympics.com.

WEIGHTLIFTING: Wesley Kitts (trains in San Ramon) competed in the men’s 109kg/240lbs. He placed eighth in his first Olympic appearance with a combined total of 390 kg. Watch an event replay on NBCOlympics.com.

Monday, Aug. 2 (Day 10)

WOMEN’S BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Alix Klineman (Stanford) and her partner April Ross beat a team from Germany in a quarterfinal match to advance to the semis. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Team USA, featuring local favorite Draymond Green, beat Spain in a pivotal quarterfinal game. Watch a game replay on NBCOlympics.com.

TRACK & FIELD: Valarie Allman (Stanford) won the gold in the women’s discus throw. Watch an event replay on NBCOlympics.com. Elise Cranny (Stanford) finished 13th in the women’s 5000m final. Watch a race replay on NBCOlympics.com.

WOMEN’S WATER POLO: The U.S. women’s water polo team grabbed an early lead against Canada in a quarterfinal match and never looked back, trouncing the Canadians 16-5 to move on to the semifinals. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com. Local athletes include Aria Fischer, Makenzie Fisher and Melissa Seidelmann (all from Stanford) and Maggie Steffens of Danville. Steffens also went to Stanford.

 

SOCCER: In the semifinals, Canada beat the U.S. women’s soccer team for the first time in two decades, sending the Americans to the bronze medal match. Watch a game replay on NBCOlympics.com. Local athletes on Team USA include Kelley O’Hara (Stanford), Christen Press (Stanford), Abby Dahlkemper (hometown is Menlo Park), Tierna Davidson (Stanford, hometown is Menlo Park), Julie Ertz (Santa Clara University) and Alex Morgan (UC Berkeley).

ARTISTIC SWIMMING: Stanford’s Lindi Schroeder and Anita Alvarez, competing in a duet free routine preliminary, finished 13th. Watch a replay on NBCOlympics.com.

BASEBALL: The U.S. baseball team came up just short in extra innings during their first game of the knockout stage, losing to Japan 7-6 in 10 innings. The U.S. drops to the loser’s bracket of the double elimination tournament. Local athletes on the team include former San Francisco Giants pitcher Scott Kazmir and Joe Ryan of San Francisco.

Sunday, Aug. 1 (Day 9)

GOLF: Former Cal star Collin Morikawa just missed the podium, finishing tied for fourth after a chaotic bronze medal playoff.

FENCING: The U.S. men’s foil team, featuring San Francisco’s Alex Massialas and Gerek Meinhardt, rallied to beat Japan 45-31 in the bronze medal match.

TABLE TENNIS: Palo Alto’s Lily Zhang competed for Team USA in the women’s team competition Round of 16 against Chinese Taipei, but was unable to close the deal. Nikhil Kumar of San Jose and Kanak Jha of Milpitas, competing for Team USA in the men’s team competition, lost to Sweden in the Round of 16.

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL: The U.S. men’s volleyball team, featuring Stanford brothers Erik and Kawika Shoji, saw its Tokyo Olympics come to an end, losing in straight sets to Pool B rival Argentina 25-21, 25-23, 25-23.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: The U.S. women’s volleyball team, featuring former Stanford star Foluke Akinradewo, closed out pool play with a five-set victory over Italy. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

 

WOMEN’S BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Alix Klineman (Stanford) and her partner April Ross beat Cuba in the round of 16 to advance to the quarterfinals.

MEN’S WATER POLO: The United States men’s water polo team was crushed in its final game of the preliminary round by Greece 14-5. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com. Local athletes on the U.S. team include Dylan Woodhead (hometown is San Anselmo), Ben Hallock, Drew Holland and Alex Bowen from Stanford and UC Berkeley’s Luca Cupido and Johnny Hooper.

Saturday, July 31 (Day 8)

MEN’S BASKETBALL: Team USA cruised to victory against the Czech Republic, final score 119-84. Former Golden State Warrior Kevin Durant made history becoming the all-time Olympic scoring leader. Watch a game replay here.

SWIMMING: Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil, along with Stanford incoming freshmen Regan Smith and Torri Huske, joined Lydia Jacoby to propel the U.S. to a silver medal in a thrilling finish to the women’s 4x100m medley relay. Weitzeil also competed in the women’s 50m free, but placed 8th. Cal’s Ryan Murphy took the backstroke leg of the men’s 4x100m medley relay in a gold medal effort for Team USA that also garnered them a world record.

BASEBALL: Team USA powered past defending Olympic champion South Korea 4-2. Local athletes on the team include former San Francisco Giants pitcher Scott Kazmir and Joe Ryan of San Francisco. Watch a game replay here.

FENCING: Alex Massialas and Gerek Meinhardt, both from San Francisco, competed in men’s team foil for Team USA, making it to the semifinals. They faced ROC in the semis, but came up short.

Friday, July 30 (Day 7)

SOCCER: The U.S. women’s soccer team is heading to the semifinals after topping the Netherlands in a thrilling penalty shootout. Local athletes on Team USA include Kelley O’Hara (Stanford), Christen Press (Stanford), Abby Dahlkemper (hometown is Menlo Park), Tierna Davidson (Stanford, hometown is Menlo Park), Julie Ertz (Santa Clara University) and Alex Morgan (UC Berkeley). Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

 

BASEBALL: Former San Francisco Giants pitcher Scott Kazmir, San Francisco native Joe Ryan and the rest of Team USA started their quest for a gold medal by defeating Israel 8-1Re-watch the game on NBCOlympics.com.

SWIMMING: Stanford’s Katie Ledecky did it again! She took gold for her third straight Olympic 800m freestyle final.

Stanford’s Simone Manuel, who won silver in the women’s 50m freestyle at the Rio Games, missed the event’s Olympic final after an 11th-place finish in the semifinals. UC Berkeley’s Abbey Weitzel, who touched down in 24:19, took second in the semi and will appear in the finals.

TRIATHLON: Former Santa Cruz resident Katie Zaferes helped the United States win the silver medal in the first-ever Olympic triathlon mixed relay. Watch a replay on NBCOlympics.com.

MEN’S WATER POLO: Hungary pushed the U.S. men’s water polo team farther down the Group A standings with an 11-8 win. Local athletes on the U.S. team include Dylan Woodhead (hometown is San Anselmo), Ben Hallock, Drew Holland and Alex Bowen from Stanford and UC Berkeley’s Luca Cupido and Johnny Hooper. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL: Former Stanford star Foluke Akinradewo and the rest of Team USA lost to the Russian team in straight sets. Watch the livestream of the match at NBCOlympics.com.

GOLF: UC Berkeley’s Collin Morikawa stayed in contention in the men’s golf tournament.

Thursday, July 29 (Day 6)

SWIMMING: Former UC Berkeley swimmer Ryan Murphy took silver in the men’s 200m backstroke final. Teammate Bryce Mefford, another Cal swimmer, also raced but he didn’t make the podium.

Stanford’s Katie Ledecky finished first in the women’s 800m freestyle heats. While she didn’t sniff her Olympic record she set in 2016, Ledecky finished with a time of 8:15.67. She later qualified for the final.

 

Cal’s Tom Shields, competing in the men’s 100m butterfly heats, qualified for the semifinals, ending with the 12-fastest time at 51.57, but he did not reach the final.

Former UC Berkeley swimmer Abbey Weitzeil raced in the women’s 100m free final, finishing eighth in 53.23.

WOMEN’S WATER POLO: Team USA’s women’s water polo squad, led by Danville native and former Stanford star Maggie Steffens, routed the Russian team 18-5 in pool play. Steffens scored four goals, including the 48th of her career to become the sport’s all-time leading scorer in the Olympics. She surpassed Italy’s Tania Di Mario, and added a 49th goal for good measure. Makenzie Fischer and Melissa Seidemann, both Stanford products, also play for Team USA. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Stanford grad Alix Klineman and her partner April Ross improved to 3-0 in pool play after the U.S. duo beat Sanne Keizer and Madeleine Meppelink of the Netherlands.

VOLLEYBALL: Former Stanford star Foluke Akinradewo and the rest of Team USA blew a two-set lead before rebounding in a nail-biting fifth-set tiebreaker to defeat Turkey in women’s volleyball. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

On the men’s side, Team USA, featuring brothers Erik Shoji and Kawika Shoji (both from Stanford), lost to Brazil in four setsWatch a replay on NBCOlympis.com.

GOLF: Former UC Berkeley star Collin Morikawa is tied for 25th following his second round, but weather has interrupted play.

ROWING: Kara Kohler (UC Berkeley, hometown is Clayton) competed in the women’s single sculls finals. She finished third in Final B. Oakland’s Ben Davison and UC Berkeley’s Julian Venonsky, competing in men’s eight, finished fourth in Final A. Watch a replay on NBCOlympics.com.

FENCING: San Francisco’s Sabrina Massialas, competing in women’s team foil, reached the bronze medal match but fell to Italy, finishing in fourth place.

 

Wednesday, July 28 (Day 5)

SWIMMING: Stanford’s Katie Ledecky and Brooke Forde, along with UC Berkeley’s Katie McLaughlin, earned silver medals as they won silver in the women’s 4x200m relay.

Stanford’s Regan Smith took home silver in the women’s 200m butterfly. She was followed by fellow American Hali Flickinger, who took home bronze.

Abbey Weitzeil (UC Berkeley) raced in a women’s 100m freestyle heat. She advanced to the semifinals, finishing in 11th with a time of 53:21. In the semifinals, she finished seventh with a time of 52.99, good enough to punch her ticket to the final.

Ryan Murphy (UC Berkeley) and Bryce Mefford (UC Berkeley) advanced to the semifinals in the men’s 200m backstroke heats. In the semis, they solidified their spots in the final.

GOLF: Former UC Berkeley star Collin Morikawa, fresh off a win in The Open Championship earlier this month, finished the first 18 holes of the tournament 2-under. He played par golf for 14 of the 18 holes, with three birdies and a bogey and is tied for 20th.

MEN’S WATER POLO: Team USA fell to Italy, 12-11, in pool play. Local athletes on Team USA include Ben Hallock, Drew Holland and Alex Bowen from Stanford and UC Berkeley’s Luca Cupido and Johnny Hooper.

GYMNASTICS: Stanford’s Brody Malone competed in the men’s individual all-around final, finishing in 10th place. Watch a replay on NBCOlympics.com.

FENCING: San Francisco’s Sabrina Massialas, competing in women’s team foil, beat Japan in the quarterfinals but fell to the Russian Olympic Committee in the semis. Watch fencing coverage on NBCOlympics.com.

ROWING: Kara Kohler (UC Berkeley, hometown is Clayton), competing in women’s single sculls, finished fourth in her semifinal, sending her to Final B.

RUGBY: The men’s team finished sixth after losing to South Africa in a placing game. East Palo Alto’s Falau Niua, Santa Rosa’s Stephen Tomasin and Pacifica’s Danny Barrett play for Team USA. Watch rugby tournament coverage on NBCOlympics.com.

 

TENNIS: Rajeev Ram, a volunteer assistant coach at UC Berkeley, and partner Bethanie Mattek-Sands lost in their mixed doubles first round match.

Tuesday, July 27 (Day 4)

SWIMMING: Katie Ledecky has become the first-ever women’s 1500m freestyle Olympic gold medal winner! She finished with a time of 15:37.34. She also raced in the 200m freestyle final, but didn’t make the podium, finishing fifth with a time of 1:55:21.

SOCCER: The U.S. women’s soccer team has advanced to the quarterfinals after tying Australia 0-0 in its final group stage game. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com. Local athletes on Team USA include Kelley O’Hara (Stanford), Christen Press (Stanford), Abby Dahlkemper (hometown is Menlo Park), Tierna Davidson (Stanford, hometown is Menlo Park), Julie Ertz (Santa Clara University) and Alex Morgan (UC Berkeley).

SOFTBALL: Team USA, featuring local athletes Valerie Arioto from Pleasanton and Monica Abbott from Salinas, took home silver after falling to Japan 2-0 in the gold medal game. Watch a replay of the game on NBCOlympics.com.

VOLLEYBALL: Team USA’s men’s volleyball team, featuring Stanford brothers Erik and Kawika Shoji, beat Tunisia to improve to 2-1 in the tournament. Watch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

JUDO: Former San Jose State star Colton Brown, competing in the men’s 90kg event, won his round of 32 match before losing in the round of 16.

WATER POLO: Team USA’s women’s water polo team, featuring local athletes Aria Fischer and Makenzie Fisher and Melissa Seidelmann all from Stanford and Maggie Steffens of Danville, suffered its first loss of the Tokyo Olympics in a tightly contested game against Hungary, 10-9. Catch a game replay on NBCOlympics.com.

RUGBY: The U.S. men’s rugby team, featuring East Palo Alto’s Falau Niua, Santa Rosa’s Stephen Tomasin and Pacifica’s Danny Barrett, suffered a quarterfinal round defeat to Great Britain. Team USA bounced back to beat Canada 21-14 in a consolation match.

 

ROWING: Several Olympians with Bay Area ties competed in rowing action.

  • Kendall Chase (UC Berkeley, from San Francisco), competing in women’s four, finished first in Final B.
  • Ellen Tomek (lives in San Carlos) and Allie Rusher (Stanford), competing in women’s quadruple sculls, finished fourth in Final B.
  • Clark Dean (lives in Oakland) and Andrew Reed (lives in Oakland), competing in men’s four, finished fifth in Final A.
  • Molly Reckford (lives in Menlo Park), competing in women’s lightweight double sculls, finished second in Semifinal A/B.
  • Ben Davison (lives in Oakland) and Julian Venonsky (UC Berkeley), competing in men’s eight, finished third in repechage to qualify for Final A.

TENNIS: Rajeev Ram, a volunteer assistant coach at UC Berkeley, and partner Frances Tiafoe lost in the second round of men’s doubles.

Monday, July 26 (Day 3)

MOUNTAIN BIKING: Marin County’s Kate Courtney (Stanford) finished 15th in the women’s cross-country mountain bike event. Watch a race replay on NBCOlympics.com.

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: In wet and windy conditions, the U.S. beach volleyball duo of April Ross and Stanford graduate Alix Klineman swiftly took care of Spain in their second preliminary match at Shokaze Park. Ross and Klineman won the first set over Liliana Fernandez and Elsa Baquerizo 21-13, and took the second set 21-16 to earn the victory. Ross and Klineman will play the Netherlands on Friday in their final match of pool play.

WOMEN’S WATER POLO: Team USA beat China 12-7 to improve to 2-0. Local athletes include Danville’s Maggie Steffens and Aria Fischer, Makenzie Fisher and Melissa Seidelmann from Stanford. Watch a replay at NBCOlympics.com.

MEN’S WATER POLO: Team USA, featuring Ben Hallock, Drew Holland and Alex Bowen from Stanford and UC Berkeley’s Luca Cupido and Johnny Hooper, demolished South Africa 20-3 to improve to 2-0 in pool play. Watch a replay of the game on NBCOlympics.com.

SWIMMING: Stanford’s Katie Ledecky finished the 200m freestyle qualifiers with a time of 1:55.28, good for first out of all four heats. In the Olympic debut of the 1500m freestyle, Ledecky set the Olympic record, finishing first in the qualifiers with a time of 15:35.35. Watch the qualifying round at NBCOlympics.com.

 

Incoming Stanford freshman Regan Smith took bronze in the women’s 100m backstroke with a time of 58.05.

UC Berkeley’s Ryan Murphy finished third in the men’s 100m backstroke with a time of 52.19, taking home bronze.

TRIATHLON: Former Santa Cruz resident Katie Zaferes won bronze in the women’s triathlon. You can watch a race replay at NBCOlympics.com.

RUGBY: East Palo Alto’s Falau Niua, Santa Rosa’s Stephen Tomasin and Pacifica’s Danny Barrett helped Team USA take down Ireland 19-17 for their second group stage win after defeating Kenya 19-14 in their opener. The Americans lost to South Africa 17-12 in their third group stage match.

VOLLEYBALL: Former Stanford star Foluke Akinradewo and the rest of Team USA beat China in straight sets. Catch a match replay on NBCOlympics.com.

TABLE TENNIS: Lily Zhang from Palo Alto lost her singles round No. 3 match 4-0. Visit NBCOlympics.com for replays from the different tables.

GYMNASTICS: Stanford’s Brody Malone and the rest of the U.S. men’s gymnastics team finished fifth in the team final. Watch a replay at NBCOlympics.com or during NBC’s primetime coverage.

FENCING: Alexander Massialas and Gerek Meinhardt, both from San Francisco, lost in their opening bouts in the men’s individual foil event. Watch event replays at NBCOlympics.com.

BADMINTON: Mountain View’s Timothy Lam fell to 0-2 in the men’s singles group play stage.

Sunday, July 25 (Day 2)

SWIMMING: U.S. swimmer Katie Ledecky won silver in the women’s 400m freestyle, losing to her Australian rival Ariarne Titmus in a much anticipated show down.

 

Stanford’s Regan Smith set an Olympic record with a time of 57.86 during the semifinal of the women’s 100m backstroke, earning her way into the final. UC Berkeley’s Ryan Murphy, who set the world record at the Rio Games, finished tied with the seventh-best time overall in the men’s 100m backstroke heats at 53.22.

Stanford’s Torri Huske missed a medal by .01 seconds in the women’s 100m butterfly final.

BASKETBALL: The Warriors’ Draymond Green and Oakland native Damian Lillard hit the basketball floor along with the rest of Team USA as they took on France. The U.S. suffered its first loss in Olympic competition since 2004 to a scrappy French team that used a late 16-2 run to win 83-76.

VOLLEYBALL: Team USA, featuring brothers Erik Shoji and Kawika Shoji (both from Stanford), dropped their match to the Russian Olympic Committee’s team despite a spirited comeback attempt.

SOFTBALL: Team USA, featuring Pleasanton’s Valerie Arioto and Santa Cruz’s Monica Abbott, took on Japan in an opening round match. The team came from behind to defeat Japan, 2-1, wrapping up round-robin play at the Tokyo Olympics with a bang.

TABLE TENNIS: Men’s and women’s singles competition is underway. Check out some of the replays on NBCOlympics.com. Here’s how local athletes performed:

  • Kanak Jha from Milpitas lost his round No. 2 match 4-2.
  • Lily Zhang from Palo Alto won her round No. 2 match 4-1.
  • Nikhil Kumar of San Jose won his preliminary match 4-1 and then his round No. 1 match 4-2. In round No. 2, he lost 4-0.

Saturday, July 24 (Day 1)

VOLLEYBALL: Brothers Erik Shoji and Kawika Shoji, both from Stanford, competed in men’s volleyball team action. when the USA defeated France in 3 sets. Watch a replay of the event at NBCOlympics.com. Stanford’s Foluke Akinradewo competed in women’s team action in USA’s win over Argentina. Watch a replay of the event at NBCOlympics.com.

SOCCER: Team USA got back on track with a 6-1 thrashing of New Zealand in its second group stage match. Local athletes on the team include:

  • Kelley O’Hara (Stanford)
  • Christen Press (Stanford)
  • Abby Dahlkemper (hometown is Menlo Park)
  • Tierna Davidson (Stanford, hometown is Menlo Park)
  • Julie Ertz (Santa Clara University)
  • Alex Morgan (UC Berkeley)

SWIMMING: Stanford’s Simone Manuel anchored the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay, helping the team place third and take home a bronze medal.

 

BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Stanford’s Alix Klineman and her partner April Ross won their opening match against China in straight sets.

SKATEBOARDING: Nyjah Huston from Davis placed 7th in the men’s street event. You can check out the replay of the finals here.

CYCLING: Leah Thomas from Cupertino competed in the women’s road race, finishing 29th. Watch a race replay online at NBCOlympics.com.

GYMNASTICS: Stanford’s Brody Malone competed in the first day of men’s gymnastics qualifying. After a slow start, the U.S. turned things around to qualify fourth for the final with a score of 256.761.

SOFTBALL: Team USA, featuring Valerie Arioto of Pleasanton and Monica Abbott of Salinas, improved to 4-0 with a victory over Australia. Abbott threw 13 strikeouts.

Friday, July 23 (Day 0)

ROWING: Several local athletes competed in multiple disciplines. Relive the action online at NBCOlympics.com.

  • Kendall Chase (UC Berkeley, born in San Francisco) competed in women’s four, finishing fourth in heat and qualifying for repechage. In repechage, she and her team finished fifth, qualifying for Final B.
  • Kara Kohler (UC Berkeley, hometown is Clayton) competed in women’s single sculls, finishing second in quarterfinal race to quality for semifinal A/B.
  • Ellen Tomek (from San Carlos) and Alie Rusher (Stanford), competing in the quadruple sculls event, finished in 6th in repechage, qualifying for Final B.
  • Molly Reckford (from Menlo Park), competing in lightweight women’s double sculls, finished third in heat and qualified for repechage. In repechage, she and her partner finished first, qualifying for Semifinal A/B.
  • Clark Dean (from Oakland) and Andrew Reed (from Oakland) competed in men’s four, finishing second in heat and qualifying for Final A.

WOMEN’S WATER POLO: Team USA’s women’s water polo squad, led by Danville native and former Stanford star Maggie Steffens, dominated in its first game, beating Japan 25-4. Makenzie Fischer and Melissa Seidemann, both Stanford products, also play for Team USA. You can watch a replay of the match on NBCOlympics.com.

TENNIS: The Bay Area’s lone tennis entrant, Rajeev Ram, is a volunteer assistant coach at UC Berkeley. He and partner Frances Tiafoe won their first match to advance to the second round. Watch a replay on NBCOlympics.com.

SOFTBALL: Valerie Arioto of Pleasanton, Monica Abbott of Salinas and the rest of Team USA improved to 3-0 in pool play at the Olympics, beating Mexico 2-0. Watch a replay of the game on NBCOlympics.com.

 

MEN’S WATER POLO: In its first game at the Tokyo Olympics, Team USA beat Japan in a thriller, 15-13. Watch a replay of this men’s match here. Local athletes on the team include Johnny Hooper, Ben Hallock and Alex Bowen from Stanford and UC Berkeley’s Luca Cupido.

Thursday, July 22 (Day -1)

ROWING: Three rowers with ties to the Bay Area completed in Olympic action.

SOFTBALL: Team USA won its second straight game in Japan, edging Canada 1-0. Local athletes on the team include:

  • Valerie Arioto (UC Berkeley, hometown is Pleasanton)
  • Monica Abbott (hometown is Salinas)

Wednesday, July 21 (Day -2)

SOCCER: Team USA’s women’s soccer team got off to a rough start in Tokyo, losing 3-0 to Sweden in group stage play. Local athletes on the team include:

  • Kelley O’Hara (Stanford)
  • Christen Press (Stanford)
  • Abby Dahlkemper (hometown is Menlo Park)
  • Tierna Davidson (Stanford, hometown is Menlo Park)
  • Julie Ertz (Santa Clara University)
  • Alex Morgan (UC Berkeley)

Tuesday, July 20 (Day -3)

SOFTBALL: The United States squad beat Italy in the team’s first game in Japan. Local athletes on the team include:

  • Valerie Arioto (UC Berkeley, hometown is Pleasanton)
  • Monica Abbott (hometown is Salinas)