No. 4 Stanford (27-6, 11-2 Pac-12) swept Oregon (22-16, 7-8 Pac-12) in a three-game series over the weekend. Midway through the Pac-12 slate, the Cardinal currently sit in first in conference standings.
No. 4 Stanford (24-6, 10-2 Pac-12) opens its series with Oregon (22-13, 7-5 Pac-12) tonight in Eugene. With a one-game lead over No. 1 UCLA (28-6, 9-3 Pac-12) for first place in the conference standings, the Cardinal will look to sweep the Ducks to maintain the pace atop the Pac-12 heading into the second half…
For the first time in 26 midweek games, No. 4 Stanford (24-6, 10-2) was handed a defeat. The streak, which dated back to April 26, 2016, was snapped by UC Davis (11-18, 3-6 Pac-12) after Tuesday’s 8-6 home loss. RHP Blake Hannah (3-3, 8.37 ERA) started for the Aggies, who used seven pitchers, with no…
No. 5 Stanford (24-5, 10-2 Pac-12) completed a three-game sweep of Washington (15-15, 5-10 Pac-12) with a 6-1 victory on Sunday.
In the second of game of the weekend series, No. 5 Stanford (23-5, 9-2 Pac-12) jumped on Washington (15-14, 5-9 Pac-12) early and held on to a 3-2 victory at Sunken Diamond on Saturday night.
No. 5 Stanford (22-5, 8-2 Pac-12) picked up right where it left off with another barrage of home runs to take the first game of the series against Washington (15-13, 5-8 Pac-12), who the Cardinal beat in the final game of the last year’s regular season to win the Pac-12 title.
Looking to avenge one of just three Pac-12 series losses last season, No. 5 Stanford (21-5, 7-2 Pac-12) welcomes Washington (15-12, 5-7 Pac-12) to Sunken Diamond this weekend. The Huskies nearly swept the Cardinal a year ago to claim the Pac-12 crown in the season’s final weekend, but Stanford rallied with three runs in the ninth inning of the series finale.
After four years on the Farm, Stanford forward Alanna Smith is headed to the Phoenix Mercury as the eighth overall selection in the WNBA draft. Smith, who was born in Hobart and grew up in Melbourne, Australia, was the first international recruit of Stanford head coach Tara VanDerveer. Now, as the highest-drafted Australian out of college, she will be playing for a fellow Australian, Mercury head coach Sandy Brondello.