Top-ranked women’s water polo finished their 2019 regular season with two more wins to end undefeated in the MPSF for the first time since 2015.
Top-ranked Stanford women’s water polo (17-1, 5-0 MPSF) will close their regular season with two final home games. No. 9 UC Davis (17-10, 3-2 Big West) will come to town for an evening showdown on Friday, and No. 20 San Jose State (10-12, 2-3 MPSF) will be on tap for Saturday’s Senior Day. The team’s…
Transforming from a bench player to one of Stanford’s most valued starters, senior middle blocker Tami Alade had a major role in ushering in one of the most dominant periods of Stanford women’s volleyball.
Junior Kathryn Plummer was named the 89th James E. Sullivan award winner, presented by The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). Plummer, an outside hitter on the women’s volleyball team is just the second volleyball player to win the annual award, which goes to “the most outstanding amateur athlete in the United States.”
Men’s swimming and diving head coach Ted Knapp has stepped down from his position and will be retiring, Athletic Director Bernard Muir announced on Monday.
After forcing another fifth-set match, No. 8 men’s volleyball fell to No. 12 BYU for the second time this year. With this loss, the team’s season comes to a close, and seniors Kyle Dagostino, Russell Dervay, Jordan Ewert and Chris Moore complete their Stanford volleyball careers.
Top-ranked women’s water polo (17-1, 5-0 MPSF) clinched the top seed for the post-season MPSF tournament, defeating No. 5 Cal (13-6, 1-3 MPSF) in a tight 13-12 match on Saturday.
No. 9 men’s volleyball concludes their regular season with a big 3-0 sweep to spoil Grand Canyon University’s senior night. Senior outside hitter Jordan Ewert paced the floor with 11 kills in his final regular season game.