No. 14 Southern California enters the 2021 game off of a commanding 30-7 win against San José State in USC’s home opener, while the unranked Cardinal hope to improve upon a lackluster 24-7 loss to Kansas State. That being said, it seems like the Trojans’ game to lose.
Head coach Jeremy Gunn stuck with the same lineup that saw his squad get its first win of the season four days prior against Pacific, and his decision paid off. No. 25 Stanford men’s soccer (2-1-0, 0-0-0 Pac-12) defeated UC Santa Barbara (2-1-1, 0-0-0 Big West) 2-1, holding off a late push from the Gauchos.
After dropping its season opener on the road in Dallas against SMU, No. 25 Stanford men’s soccer (1-1, 0-0 Pac-12) continued their road trip, this time notching their first win of the season 4-0 against Pacific (1-1, 0-0 WCC).
After a string of departures, head coach Jerod Haase and the Stanford men’s basketball program announced a new addition Friday morning. Maxime Raynaud, a 7-footer from Paris, France, will join the Cardinal’s 2021 recruiting class and arrive on the Farm this summer in preparation for the 2021-2022 season.
There were no late-game heroics this time around from Stanford men's soccer (10-3-1, 7-2-1 Pac-12) Thursday evening in Cary, N.C. The No. 4 overall seed Cardinal struggled to break down a strong North Carolina (8-4-4, 7-2-3 ACC) defense, eventually falling victim to the Tar Heels’ upset bid by a final score of 1-0.
Cardinal senior forward Charlie Wehan took advantage of an opening in the second minute of sudden-death overtime to tap home the winner and send Stanford into the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
After securing the Pac-12 crown, the Stanford men’s soccer team (9-2-1, 7-2-1 Pac-12) will look to get back to the College Cup, where the Cardinal fell in the semifinals to Georgetown in 2019, the last edition of the NCAA Tournament. First up is a second round matchup against Omaha (7-2-1, 5-2-1 Summit) in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Stanford men’s tennis (10-5, 6-1 Pac-12) lost a tight battle with Arizona State (16-7, 3-4 Pac-12) 4-3 on Sunday afternoon in the Pac-12 Championship semifinal.
No. 24/15 Stanford men’s tennis (9-4, 6-1 Pac-12) clinched the Pac-12 regular season title on Sunday, sweeping Washington (10-10, 1-6 Pac-12) 7-0 in Seattle. This is the program’s 18th conference championship and its first since 2015.
Playing its final match of the season at Cagan Stadium, No. 8 Stanford (9-2-1, 7-2-1 Pac-12) defeated No. 6 Washington (10-3-0, 7-3-0 Pac-12) 1-0. With the victory, the Cardinal avenged an earlier loss to the Huskies.
Stanford men's basketball senior guard Daejon Davis is planning to use his extra year of eligibility away from the Farm.
As this season has shown, when Stanford and Oregon State play each other, expect there to be plenty of goals. On Saturday evening in Corvallis, No. 5 Cardinal men’s soccer (8-2-1, 6-2-1 Pac-12) was beaten 3-2 by Oregon State (8-4, 5-4 Pac-12) on what was the Beavers’ senior night.
On Sunday afternoon, Stanford men’s tennis made quick work of No. 17 Arizona, winning 5-1.
The Cardinal eased to a 3-1 victory over San Diego State (1-5-2, 1-5-2 Pac-12) at Cagan Stadium.
Women’s basketball played arguably its worst half of basketball this season against Louisville in the Elite Eight on Tuesday, but stormed back with a 52-25 second half to secure a 15-point victory. The Cardinal will face off against South Carolina in the Final Four on Friday, and a victory would set up either a Pac-12 showdown with Arizona or a battle between the two winningest coaches in Division I women’s basketball history in Geno Auriemma’s UConn Huskies. Do the Cardinal get past the Gamecocks, and if so, does it lift the trophy Sunday afternoon?
Freshman forward Ziaire Williams announced on Wednesday morning his much-anticipated decision to declare for the 2021 NBA Draft, marking the end of his playing days on the Farm after one season.
Stanford men’s tennis (3-3, 1-0 Pac-12) rebounded from three straight losses by handily defeating Utah (11-8, 1-4 Pac-12) 5-2 on Sunday afternoon. This was the first match of conference play for the Cardinal this season.
In the second Big Clàsico of the season, Stanford men’s soccer (6-1-1, 4-1-1 Pac-12) tied with Cal (2-3-1, 1-3-1 Pac-12) 0-0. Neither team was able to finish off its opportunities in what turned into a defensive battle.
Down two goals early in the match on Saturday, head coach Jeremy Gunn looked for a way to help his reeling team regain momentum and decided to insert senior forward Charlie Wehan. Wehan's presence propelled No. 2 Stanford to victory over No. 5 Oregon State.
In the first round of the 2021 Pac-12 Tournament, Stanford (14-13, 10-10 Pac-12) failed to get by its rival Cal (9-19, 3-17 Pac-12), falling to a 76-58 defeat in Las Vegas. The Golden Bears also beat the Cardinal in the first round of last year’s conference tournament.