Ever since taking down No. 2 UCLA three weeks ago, the Stanford men’s water polo team has not looked back, riding its stellar defense and powerful offense to a seven-game winning streak. This weekend the success continued for the No. 4 Cardinal (17-4, 5-1 MPSF) as it cruised through its road trip to Southern California with wins against UC-Irvine, Chapman University and Long Beach State.
When freshmen James Shaw and Josef Ctvrtlik stepped onto Stanford’s campus for the first time this fall, they immediately felt a great burden of responsibility. The two were new members of the Stanford men’s volleyball team, and they had big roles to play.
The No. 6 Stanford hits the road this Saturday to take on No. 2 Long Beach State in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) quarterfinals this weekend. At this point, a loss will likely mean the end of the season for the Cardinal (15-12, 12-12 MPSF) as only four teams make the NCAA Tournament.
No. 8 Stanford men’s volleyball wrapped up its home slate for the season, concluding the regular season with a weekend split in a victory over… Continue Reading »
Stanford men’s volleyball prepares for its last two games of the regular season this weekend. The Cardinal will be playing No. 5 Cal Baptist and No. 1 BYU at home at Maples Pavilion today and tomorrow, respectively.
Stanford earned a much-needed 3-0 win on Tuesday against Pacific, snapping a four-game losing streak and entering a three-game road trip on a positive note.