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Elliott Lapin

Cal sneaks by beach volleyball in Big Spike

The Stanford beach volleyball team (4-5) fell just short of No. 16 California (10-7) on Tuesday afternoon, losing 3-2 to their rival in the Big Spike at the Stanford Sand Volleyball Stadium. The freshman pair of Jennifer DiSanto and Courtney Bowen won the first match of the afternoon, giving the first point to Stanford in what…

Men’s tennis seeks wins against Los Angeles teams

Stanford men’s tennis (10-6, 2-0 Pac-12) looks to end a drought in Los Angeles when they face USC and UCLA this weekend. The Cardinal have not won a match at either school since 2010, despite annual trips down south. “I don’t want these guys graduating without going down to LA and getting a win,” head coach Paul Goldstein…

Squash takes sixth at nationals

This past weekend, the No. 6 Stanford women’s squash team (12-6) finished in sixth place at the National Intercollegiate Championships in New Haven, Connecticut. The tournament was the culmination of the entire season and all the work that went into it. “Everybody was really excited, looking forward to it,” said head coach Mark Talbott. The women’s…

Squash faces Princeton on National Championship weekend

After finishing the regular season ranked No. 6, the Stanford women’s squash team (11-4) is heading to the CSA National Championships in New Haven, Connecticut this weekend. The Cardinal will take on No. 3 Princeton (11-2) in the first round on Friday. Stanford lost 7-2 to Princeton in its final match of the regular season. The Princeton matchup came at the end…

Squash to take on six ranked opponents for championship berth

After splitting a pair of meets on the road this past weekend, No. 5 Stanford women’s squash will travel to New Haven, Connecticut to take on six top teams this weekend, its final series of matches before the CSA National Championships at the end of February. Last Saturday, the team lost its opening match against No. 2…

Squash heads east to face top-10 opponents

No. 5 Stanford women’s squash (6-1) looks to take the momentum from a successful trip in November into its matches this weekend against No. 3 Pennsylvania and No. 8 Columbia. The team opened its season two months ago when it played in seven matches in Cambridge, Massachusetts from Nov. 20 through 22, beginning with an immediate challenge in defending national…
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