"To be able to line up against a team from the Pac-12 means everything to us," head coach Derek Byrnes said following No. 2 Stanford’s women rowing duel against Oregon State. "Everything, all the training in the fall and the winter, it all starts to mean something."
The Cardinal scored 12 straight goals to enter halftime with a commanding 12-1 lead. Stanford maintained pace in the second half and cruised to a 17-6 win, the team’s largest margin of victory all year.
Stanford dropped a hard-fought game against No. 8 USC, 13-12. Senior midfielder Daniella McMahon and junior attack Galen Lew paced the No. 25 Cardinal with three goals apiece in the losing effort.
It was the veterans Stanford baseball who got the job done when needed on Tuesday against No. 16 Michigan (6-5, 0-0 Big-10). Stanford upset the Wolverines, 5-4, in front of the home crowd at Sunken Diamond.
Junior attack Ali Baiocco tied her career high with six goals, but her efforts were not enough for the No. 24 Cardinal (2-3, 0-0 Pac-12), as Stanford dropped a high-scoring match to No. 6 Northwestern (4-2, 0-0 Big-10), 25-18 on Sunday in Evanston.
These two games finished off a three-game series at the Round Rock Classic. The first contest came on Friday against Houston. 25 runs allowed, nine errors and three losses later, the team will look to regroup and reset back on the West Coast. Following a quick day trip to face Cal on Tuesday, Stanford’s next eleven games will be at Sunken Diamond.
Junior pitcher Brendan Beck lasted just 3.2 innings in his second start of the season for Stanford (1-4, 0-0 Pac-12) in a 11-4 loss to Houston (2-2, 0-0 AAC) at the Round Rock Classic in Texas on Friday.
No. 20 Stanford (1-2, 0-0 Pac-12) defeated San Diego State (0-1, 0-0 MPSF) 15-7 on Sunday at Cagan Stadium. The win represents not only the first of Stanford’s young season, but also the first under new coach Danielle Spencer.
No. 20 Stanford (0-2, 0-0 Pac-12) fell 12-11 to No. 8 Virginia (2-0, 0-0 ACC) in head coach Danielle Spencer’s debut at Stanford’s Cagan Stadium.
No. 8 Stanford women's basketball (22-3, 11-2 Pac-12) jumped out to a 23-13 lead in the first quarter against Utah (12-12, 5-8 Pac-12) and didn’t look back, dominating the contest and securing a 97-64 victory in Salt Lake City on Friday.
Backed by impressive scores across the board, synchronized swimming finished in a close second in Gainesville, Fla., last weekend. The Cardinal’s score of 81.0 came just three points short of first-place Incarnate Word’s 84.0, but well ahead of the University of Florida (49.0) and Lindenwood University (11.0).
Under Allister's direction, Stanford softball (5-1, 0-0 Pac-12) finished the GCU Kickoff Tournament in Phoenix, AZ with a 5-1 record. Wins came in a variety of ways — from a walk-off to multiple shutouts — highlighting the versatility of the team.
“We’re excited to be on the field,” Coach Jessica Allister said, following the softball team’s (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) season-opening 3-0 victory against Grand Canyon University (0-1, 0-0 WAC) on Thursday.
For the second straight week, No. 2 women’s water polo (7-0, 0-0 MPSF) faced off against three top-15 teams, and for the second straight week, Stanford finished the weekend with a perfect 3-0 record.
Following an impressive showing at the Cal Cup last weekend, No. 2 women’s water polo (5-0, 0-0 MPSF) will host a trio of games this weekend at the Avery Aquatic Center.
Despite an early lead, No. 3 UC Irvine (4-2, 0-0 MPSF) fell 10-9 to No. 2 Stanford (5-0, 0-0 MPSF) to conclude the 2020 Cal Cup in Berkeley on Sunday. With the win, the Cardinal improved to remain undefeated and lengthen their win-streak to five.
No. 2 Stanford men’s gymnastics finished first at the Stanford Open in a triumphant return to the Farm on Saturday. The Cardinal finished with a score of 420.0500, defeating No. 1 Oklahoma (408.2000) and No. 12 California (400.7000).
The No. 9 women’s gymnastics team built on a promising first meet of the season to finish second at the NorCal Classic in Davis, CA. Stanford competed against multiple Bay Area rivals, including San Jose State, No. 22 UC Davis, No. 23 Sacramento State, and first-place finisher No. 3 California.
“You want that kind of like ability to make people's heads turn and to make people want to see what's going on when your music is playing,” head coach Megan Azebu said.
FC Dallas picked Derek Waldeck ‘19 in the third round (66th overall) of the 2020 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. He joins former teammate Tanner Beason ‘18 in the MLS as the only other Stanford player to be selected so far this year.
Four teams—the Tennessee Titans, Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers—but also four former Cardinal players remain standing after the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
The title defense for No.1 men’s gymnastics team began at Berkeley in the Cal Benefit Cup on Saturday. With new players and routines in the fold, Stanford came away with a 407.300 to 382.850 victory against the Bay Area foes.
With the 12th pick in the first round of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft, the San Jose Earthquakes selected former Stanford defender Tanner Beason ‘18.