A week after hosting the fourth annual Cardinal Classic, Stanford track and field heads to Fayetteville, Arkansas for the National Relay Championships Friday to Sunday. While the distance crew takes a break this week, Stanford will be represented by several of its top performers in the sprints and field events.
Despite a slow start, No. 3 Stanford baseball found its fifth consecutive win on Tuesday night, defeating San Jose State to the tune of 15-7. Stanford has now scored 56 runs over their last four games, and ninth multi-home run game of their last 11.
In the final two regular season games, No. 20 Stanford beach volleyball suffered back-to-back defeats to No. 7 Cal Poly, and rival No. 11 California at home on Saturday.
Senior Grant Fisher claimed the men’s 5,000 meters on Friday night, highlighting one of the most impressive performances at the fourth annual Cardinal Classic.
Stanford track and field returns to Cobb Track and Angell Field on Friday for the fourth annual Cardinal Classic, the second of three home meets this season. The two-day meet plays host to 16 teams and several NCAA top-contenders. “We’re really fired up about what this meet has grown into over the last few years,”…
Softball secures sixth shutout victory, defeating Santa Clara 13-0 on Tuesday night. Freshman Taylor Gindlesperger hit a grand slam as the Cardinal scored 13 runs on 15 hits.
The historic Stanford-Cal rivalry continued Saturday afternoon with the 125th Big Meet at Cobb Track and Angell Field. The Cardinal women secured their fifth consecutive Big Meet victory, while the men came up marginally short in a meet that saw multiple records broken.
Pride and glory will be on the line Saturday as Stanford track and field hosts rival Cal in the 125th Big Meet. In a meet that traditionally comes down to the final events, recent history favors the Cardinal as the men will be looking for their third victory in four years, while the women seek their fourth consecutive win.