|Founder & Webmaster
|| Bob created the original FBC website in 2005, hosts the site and now follows Marian Cortesi as webmaster. Bob and his wife Karen have been season-ticket holders since 1986 and attended Stanford's 1990 and 1992 national championship wins.
|| Marian In Memorium
|Marian superbly managed the FBC website for 12 years. She also wrote the "Stories of the Season" and "Alumnae News" blogs and the "Where Are They Now?" alumnae files. Those who follow in her footsteps will forever be indebted to her.
||Bob writes the "Inside the Pac-12" blog. He's no doubt the best informed Stanford fan and follows recruiting more diligently than anyone but the coaches. Insiders always look for his Stanford great recruiting posts on The Bootleg and Rivals.com
|Feature Writer & Interviewer
||Judy writes feature articles about activities of the team and Fast Break Club for the "Event Reports" and "Stories of the Season" blogs. Judy professionally wrote for leading SF Bay Area newspapers for many years.
|Graphic Design & Recruiting
||Sue helps with design projects and, with husband John, keeps up with Stanford recruiting news. We have enjoyed their countless blog postings since the inception of the FBC website.
||Working with Sue, John writes the "Recruiting News" blog. We have enjoyed John and Su's countless blog postings since the inception of the FBC website.
||Warren, a Stanford grad, contributes occasional feature stories from his home base in the LA area. He is a Professor of Law at Southwestern Law School.
||Malcolm will add Previews of upcoming games and other stories of the season.
||Roger leads those focused on and writing about alumni news.
||Nancy Baker, Stanford '71, has been following Stanford Women's Basketball for decades (she watched the 1992 championship game on TV), and has been a regular attendee at home games for many years. An avid sports fan, she grew up in Kentucky basketball country -- one of her neighbors was Frank Ramsey, the famed Boston Celtics 6th man. Now fully retired, Nancy looks forward to following the Stanford Women's team to more of their away games than her work allowed previously.