Starting guard Toni Kokenis ended her Stanford basketball career Friday by taking a medical retirement because of head injuries that limited her minutes last season.

The school also announced forward Aly Beebe suffered a torn knee ligament during a recent workout and will miss the 2013-14 season.

Kokenis, a Oak Brook, Ill., native, will remain with the team for her senior year as she works toward a degree in human biology.

"Toni Kokenis has been an integral part of our program's continued success and even though she won't be on the court, we know she will continue to provide leadership and guidance to our team in her new role," coach Tara VanDerveer said in a statement.

Kokenis suffered a concussion during spring workouts in 2012 and then sustained a second head trauma during Stanford's 65-45 victory at Oregon State on Feb. 3. She missed the Cardinal's final 14 games of the 2012-13 season.

Cal League

Bruce Maxwell hit a two-run homer and Bobby Crocker added a solo shot as Stockton beat the San Jose Giants 4-2. Maxwell's homer came off Ryan Vogelsong. Mac Williamson broke up Michael Ynoa's no-hit bid with a single in the top of the sixth. The Ports' Ynoa was promptly replaced. San Jose got single runs on Brock Bond's ground out and Ryan Cavan's sacrifice fly.

Aquatics

Stanford's Kristian Ipsen finished 12th in the men's 3-meter springboard final at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Ipsen scored 413.35 points, highlighted by 84 points on a reverse 3 ½ tuck in the fifth round. He Chong won a record-tying third consecutive world title in the 3-meter springboard. He had 544.95 points.

  • Stanford's Alex Bowen had three goals as the U.S. beat Canada 8-7 to finish second in Group B at the men's water polo World Championships in Barcelona. Stanford alums Tony Azevedo and Janson Wigo had one goal each.

    Golf

    Scottie Scheffler ousted San Jose's Justin Suh in 19 holes in the third round of the U.S. Junior Amateur in Truckee. The match had been suspended due to darkness Thursday all square after 15 holes at the 7,740-yard Martis Camp Club.

    Tennis

    The top-ranked doubles team of former Stanford twins Bob and Mike Bryan pulled out of next week's Citi Open in Washington, citing an injury to Bob's shoulder.

    Wire services contributed to this report.