After 10 years without a victory against Cal at Edwards Stadium, the Stanford men’s soccer team made its way across the Bay on Friday, hopeful but wary about its last match of the season. With a 3-0 win, the Cardinal (6-10-2, 3-6-1 Pac-12) ended its season on a high note, finally winning a road game and leaving positive signs for the team’s future
Standing in the last two spots of the Pac-12, the Cardinal and the Golden Bears can hardly boast about their 2011 seasons. Friday afternoon, however, the annual Stanford-California matchup is bound to bring out Herculean performances from these long-standing rivals.
After Stanford’s close win over Oregon State at Cagan Stadium last Sunday, the men’s soccer team is riding on a precarious, but nonetheless important wave of momentum up north for tonight’s match against Washington. In an interesting turn of Pac-12 scheduling, Stanford (4-7-2, 1-3-1 Pac 12) will take on the Huskies and Beavers for the second time in two weeks, this time on rival turf.