The men’s and women’s cross country teams, both ranked fifth in the country, will compete at the Pre-Nationals Invitational on the NCAA championship course in Madison, Wisconsin, on Saturday, Oct. 13. Both teams will toe-line against some of the top teams in the nation, offering a glimpse of what the competition and field could look like at the NCAA Division I National Championship race at the end of the season.
As September came to a close this past weekend, so too did a seven-game home stand for the No. 1 Stanford women’s soccer team. A month to remember, September saw the Cardinal win two matchups against No. 2 ranked teams, four home game sellouts, and two golden goals. Marking the team’s first away game since Sept. 2, the Cardinal (10-0-1, 3-0-0 Pac-12) will travel up north to match up against Oregon tonight and Oregon State on Sunday night. Stanford’s road trip to Oregon marks the team’s first appearance in Eugene since the Ducks hosted them 2013.
Stanford’s men’s and women’s cross country teams swept this past weekend at the 44th Stanford Invitational on Saturday. After a year hiatus, the invitational welcomed nearly 4,000 runners to the Stanford Golf Course, home of this year’s course. In a meet that comprised high school and collegiate races, Stanford’s men’s and women’s team placed atop ranked NCAA competition.
Stanford’s No. 1 women’s soccer team, 8-0-1, host No. 16 UCLA, 5-2-1, tonight and No. 2 USC, 8-0-1, on Sunday at Cagan Stadium. The Cardinal currently hold a program-record 31-game unbeaten streak and recently broke a program-record 29-game winning streak after a double overtime 1-1 tie to Santa Clara on Sept. 16.
Following a NCAA championship winning season, Stanford’s men’s soccer team has begun another run for the crown. With a 3-1-3 record, including five shutouts, the Cardinal are set to open Pac-12 conference play tonight against San Diego State University at Cagan Stadium at 5pm.
Six Cardinal individuals won titles at the Pac-12 Track and Field Championships hosted at Stanford this past weekend. The men’s team finished second with 125 points behind Oregon’s 174, which marks the highest men’s team place since 2003 and a sizable improvement from last year’s 10th place finish. The women finished third with 119 points, placing them behind USC and runnerup Oregon.
Producing a combined 11 first-team All-Americans, Stanford men’s and women’s track and field team competed at the NCAA Indoor Championships at Texas A&M on Friday and Saturday.
The men’s and women’s track and field team will head to Ann Arbor, Michigan, this weekend to compete at the Power Five Invitational hosted by the University of Michigan on a 200-meter banked track. According to USTFCCCA rankings, the men’s team is ranked 14th and the women 16th.