Closing off their regular season with a strong 72-53 win against the University of Washington (UW) last Sunday, No. 7 Stanford women’s basketball (25-4, 15-3 Pac-12) extended their winning streak to six games as the team enters the Pac-12 Tournament as the No. 2 seed in Las Vegas this weekend.
After sailing to success for the second straight weekend on home water at the McIntyre Team Race this past weekend and placing as runner-ups at the Charleston Women’s Regatta, the Cardinal look to grab another win out east in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, at the Bob Bavier Team Race this weekend.
As quickly as it began, the end of college basketball is nearly upon us, as the Stanford teams make the final turn into their final five (four for the women) games of the season and gear up for whatever tournaments they wind up in come March. The Stanford teams went a combined total of 4-0 against the Southern California teams this weekend, with the women rebounding from some rough patches and the men continuing to improve. But what does the future truly hold for both of these teams? The Daily’s King Jemison, Daniel Martinez-Krams and Asia Zhang pull out their crystal balls and weigh in on the men’s recent successes, the women’s performances against top national talent and the slim, slim chances for the men to make March Madness.
After absolutely demolishing their cross-bay rival Cal last Saturday (75-50), No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball (18-3, 8-2 PAC-12) looks to use their home court advantage tonight against No. 7 Oregon State (19-3, 9-1 Pac-12) at Maples Pavilion at 6 p.m. Stanford seeks to extend their 21-0 home-game winning streak, the longest active streak in the nation.
Riled by the Thursday upset across the Bay in which Stanford women’s basketball (18-3, 8-2 PAC-12) lost to UC Berkeley (14-7, 5-5 PAC-12) by a single measly point, 81-80, the Cardinal brought their A-game this Saturday at Maples Pavilion, slaughtering the Golden Bears 75-50 after holding the lead for the entirety of the game.
Suffering just one non-conference defeat for the first time in five years after breaking their record 11-game winning streak in a close game (68-75) against the No. 14 Utah Utes (18-1, Pac-12 7-1) last Sunday, No. 8 Stanford women’s basketball (17-2, 7-1) looks for the reignition of the fiery Cardinal spirit against California (13-6, 4-4) this Thursday at Berkeley at 8pm.
In a game that came down to the wire on Thursday night, the Stanford Cardinal men’s basketball team (9-10, 2-5 Pac-12) ultimately fell to the the Utah Utes (10-8, 4-2 Pac-12) in a 70-66 decision this Thursday at Maples Pavilion. Conference woes continue to plague the Cardinal as they have yet to win back to back Pac-12 games this season.
Swinging full speed forward from their two consecutive wins these last two weekends against No. 9 California (twice) and No. 19 NorCal United, No. 1 Stanford men’s gymnastics look to land a third win against No. 9 California for the third time this season this Sunday at 6pm at Berkeley.
After a slamming weekend at Maples Pavilion in which No. 6 Stanford women’s basketball team (12-1, 2-0 Pac-12) swept the USC Trojans (10-3, 0-2 Pac-12) and fought off the UCLA Bruins (9-6, 2-1 Pac-12) to secure two consecutive wins in their conference opener, the Cardinal look to increase their record to an eight game winning streak against No. 22 Arizona State (11-3, 2-1 Pac-12) on Friday at 6pm.
Sliding three spots in the rankings this week to No. 11, Stanford women’s basketball (6-1, 0-0 Pac-12) dropped a close one, its first loss of the season, against the No. 24 Gonzaga Bulldogs (8-1, 0-0 WCC) by a score of 73-79 this past Sunday in Spokane, Washington.
Flying back to the continental United States after three slamming wins in the Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu, No. 8 Stanford women’s basketball (6-0, 0-0 Pac-12) fights to protect their undefeated season, venturing into the Pacific Northwest this Sunday to play Gonzaga (8-1) at 2 pm in Spokane, Washington.
Winning their first three games in the first time in three years, the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal (3-0, 0-0 Pac- 12) mercilessly crushed the University of San Francisco Dons (1-1, 0-0 West Coast Conference) with a stunning 34 point lead Thursday Night at Maples Pavilion, ending the phenomenal game with a final score of 96-62.
Coming off two stellar wins last week, the No. 7 ranked Stanford women’s basketball team looks to extend their two game win streak against University of San Francisco tonight at 7PM at Maples Pavilion.
With the conclusion of the field hockey regular season this past Sunday, the 2018 America East Field Hockey Championship bracket has been determined and has eight teams heading to Stanford University for the tournament, which takes place November 1st through 4th. The first game for No. 22 Stanford (13-5, 5-1 America East) is on Thursday, November 1st at 1PM PST. against the No. 36 New Hampshire Wildcats (6-11, 3-5 America East).
No. 21 Stanford field hockey (13-4, 5-0 America East) gears up for the last game of their regular season against Pacific (9-7, 3-2 America East) this Friday at 7pm on the Varsity Turf.
Coming off a four game winning streak high, No. 21 Stanford field hockey (13-4, 5-0 America East) banged another one in against UC Davis (6-12, 0-7 America East) in a 3-0 shutout on Wednesday afternoon at UC Davis, improving their conference record to a pristine 5-0 in America East.
No. 21 Stanford field hockey (10-4, 2-0 America East) claimed victory against No. 29 William and Mary (7-5, 3-0 CAA) in an intense 4-3 shootout on Monday afternoon at the Varsity Turf. Coming off of a triumphant 3-2 win over their cross-bay rival competitor, No. 26 Cal (3-9, 0-2 America East), the Cardinal restarts another game winning streak with two back-to-back wins.
No. 21 Stanford field hockey (8-4, 1-0 America East) prepares for a match against their cross-bay rival competitor, No. 26 Cal (3-8, 0-1 America East), at Berkeley on Friday at 4 p.m. PST. Having conquered a tough road test with No. 6 Michigan last weekend in Iowa City (score of 4-2), with Nina Randolph, Phoebe Crosthwaite, Corinne Zanolli and Emma Christus all making stellar goals, the Cardinal ended their colossal eight-game winning streak – their longest winning streak since securing 12 consecutive games in 2014 – last Sunday with their first loss in over a month against No. 10 Iowa (score of 0-3).