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Amanda McLean

Softball shutout against the Ducks

Stanford softball (19-32, 2-22 Pac-12) suffered a setback over the weekend, losing a three-game series to the Oregon Ducks (47-6, 17-6) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Stanford entered Friday’s game looking to build on an offensive performance that put up two runs in its 2-9 loss to the Ducks. It would prove to be a hard day…

Softball looks to rebound against struggling Gaels

Stanford softball (18-27, 1-17) is set to play their final non conference matchup on Wednesday against St. Mary's (16-26, 2-7), marking the first time the two square off this season after last playing against the Gaels at the Stanford Nike Invitational last year, with the teams each claiming a game.

Softball faces tough task against No. 4/3 Arizona

Stanford softball (16-16, 0-6 Pac-12) will face a strong opponent over the weekend in No. 4/3 Arizona (37-1, 9-0 Pac-12) as the two teams match up in a three-game series at Hillenbrand Stadium in Tucson, Arizona. This will be only the second time that Stanford has faced a top-five national opponent this season, the first being a 2-8 loss to No. 1 Florida State in February.

Softball travels down South for Easton Crimson Classic

Stanford softball (10-5, 0-0 Pac-12) continues its time away from The Farm as it travels to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to face No. 11 Alabama, Jacksonville University, and Drake University in the Easton Crimson Classic. Stanford will play five games over three days starting with back-to-back games against Drake and Jacksonville on Friday morning.

Men’s basketball surges at Maples to top Cal

In a battle of the bay, Stanford men's basketball (13-13, 5-9 Pac-12) came out on top against rivals No. 31 Cal (18-8, 9-5) on Friday night, 73-68. After returning home from a disappointing road series in which the team lost close games to both No. 7 Arizona and Arizona State, the Cardinal showed that they do have the offensive weapons to compete against top Pac-12 talent.

Men’s tennis comes up short against No. 2 UCLA in round of 16

The No. 29 Stanford men’s tennis team (16-11, 4-3 Pac-12) went into the NCAA championships with plenty to prove. Although the team was making its 37th overall NCAA championships appearance, this year’s squad had managed both moments of brilliance and moments of immense struggle. At one point in the season, the Cardinal sunk to become…

Women’s water polo enters MPSF Championships with eye on third straight national title

Stanford women’s water polo (19-4, 4-2 MPSF) will kick off its postseason in the MPSF Championships this weekend against No. 13 San Jose State (17-13, 1-5). With the NCAA Championships looming in mid-May, the conference tournament will provide the Cardinal with an opportunity to prime themselves for a run at their third straight national title, and their fifth…

Water polo cruises past Spartans in MPSF debut

No. 3 Stanford women’s water polo (13-2, 1-0 MPSF) opened conference play with a bang on Saturday, defeating No. 10 San Jose State (9-9, 0-1) by a final 17-3 score. Freshman Kat Klass continued her strong debut season, notching 5 goals, a career-high and the most of any Cardinal player this season. Klass ranks second…

Field hockey heads east to face top-ranked UConn

Looking to rebound after a disappointing loss to Bay Area rival Cal, Stanford field hockey (6-2, 0-1 America East) next faces top-ranked Connecticut (7-0, 4-0 Big East) on Friday in a matchup that has recently become a heated rivalry. The Cardinal beat the Huskies 3-1 almost exactly a year ago, marking the highest-ranked opponent the Stanford…
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