On the heels of its biggest win of the year over No. 3 Washington (24-2, 16-2 Pac-12), Stanford’s women’s volleyball team avoided a letdown against… Continue Reading »
The No. 5 Cardinal (21-5, 14-3 Pac-12) played arguably its most dominant match of the season in handling the Huskies (23-2, 15-2).
This one hurt a lot. To me, it hurt a lot more than any other loss I’ve witnessed in my four years watching Stanford football…. Continue Reading »
For Stanford women’s volleyball, Friday night’s match against UCLA could have been easily overlooked — it was just another matchup against an unranked team in… Continue Reading »
No. 6 Stanford women’s volleyball won its 23rd consecutive home match last night as it beat No. 20 Oregon in a three-set shutout, 25-22, 25-13, 25-22.
In the first set both teams went on their own runs to share the lead multiple times. Stanford finished with all of the momentum, however, and, in the end, finished with the run that would take the set 25-22.
Having swept both of its matches last weekend with both defense and offense in sync, now is as good a time as any for Stanford’s women’s volleyball team to embark on one of its most difficult road trips of the year.