After earning its first win of the season against Harvard on Feb. 24, the Stanford women’s lacrosse team will now hit the road to take on No. 13 Ohio State on March 2. This will be the first road trip of the season for the Cardinal (1-1), but Stanford head coach Amy Bokker is not worried about how her young squad will handle it.
The No. 6 Stanford women’s lacrosse team dropped its first two games of the season over the weekend, losing at home for the first time in more than a year.
Junior midfielder Anna Boeri (left) and sophomore midfielder Carolyn Bradley (right) cruised past Denver 16-6 on Senior Night to notch its 22nd consecutive win at Cagan Stadium. The No. 7 Cardinal is now 12-1 and 4-0 in conference play with just three games to play in the regular season. (IAN GARCIA-DOTY/The Stanford Daily)
Stanford women’s lacrosse overcame some occasional missteps in its offensive execution yesterday afternoon, hanging on for a 12-8 win in its midweek game against Brown at Cagan Stadium. Senior Sarah Flynn led Stanford (9-1, 1-0 MPSF) with four goals and senior Annie Read had six saves in the Cardinal net.