In a tight game decided by defensive play and errors, the Stanford softball team (31-10, 7-5 Pac-12) eked out a 3-2 win over Fresno State (30-15, 8-7 Mountain West). The game was scoreless through the first four innings, a testament to the strong pitching of sophomore Maddy Dwyer and senior Carolyn Lee, who only allowed…
The No. 18 Stanford women’s lacrosse team finished off their final road stretch with a bang this weekend, defeating No. 22 Colorado before traveling to Eugene and putting away Oregon for the second time this season.
While Stanford (19-4, 0-0 Pac-12) wasn’t the unstoppable force of nature this weekend that they have been recently, they still came away from the Cardinal Classic with three more wins.
Starting tonight at 5 p.m., the Stanford softball team (4-1, 0-0 PAC-12) will look to build off of a strong start to the season by hosting the DeMarini Invitational.
After taking on the Oregon teams this past weekend, Stanford men’s and women’s basketball move on to a slate of USC and UCLA, as the two squads attempt to maintain their positions in the Pac-12.
The Stanford softball team opens another season today in Tempe, AZ against Bradley, but don’t expect them to be like previous Cardinal teams.
Stanford women’s basketball is having its best season in years, only dropping two games and dominating opponents at all levels of the game. Stanford men’s basketball has been far more up and down, but still has a .500 record on the year, and continues to show promise on the floor. But both teams still have large questions looming over their seasons, questions that will need to be answered before the year is over. The Daily’s Sally Egan, Bobby Pragada, and Andrew Tan take a stab at answering some of those questions, weighing in on the men’s chemistry with and without KZ Okpala, the women’s quickly vanishing bench depth, and the way each of the Cardinal seasons seem to be playing out.
For just the second time this season, the No. 6 ranked Stanford women’s basketball team (17-2, 7-1 PAC-12) failed to look like an unstoppable force of nature, escaping Colorado 80-69 on Friday before falling to No. 21 Utah on Sunday by a score of 68-75. This was Stanford’s first loss in 11 games and their first loss to a Pac-12 foe.