The Stanford women’s lacrosse team is very clear about its goal this season: win a national championship.
After an up-and-down season filled with close wins and disappointing losses, the Stanford women’s lacrosse team honored its seniors with a 16-7 rout of Saint Mary’s last Sunday in its last conference game of the season. The win capped off an exciting weekend for the Cardinal, coming just two days after the team defeated rival California when senior Emilie Boeri scored a game-winning goal in the final 24 seconds of regulation.
The Stanford women’s lacrosse team found itself in a familiar situation against San Diego State on Sunday afternoon. After blowing a four-goal lead in the first half, the Cardinal trailed the Aztecs 11-8 with 15 minutes remaining.
The Stanford women’s lacrosse team dropped the last two games on its East Coast trip to finish a grueling nonconference schedule with a 2-7 record. But despite the losses, the elite competition may have paid off for the Card, which routed Fresno State 20-3 on Tuesday night in its first conference matchup of the season.
In a big bounce back from last week’s disappointing loss, the No. 20 Stanford women’s lacrosse team defeated New Hampshire 15-13.
It wasn’t convincing, but the Stanford women’s lacrosse team managed to complete a thrilling come-from-behind victory, beating James Madison 14-13 at Cagan Stadium in a… Continue Reading »