Top-seeded Stanford women’s soccer (21-1-0) moved past two opponents in the NCAA tournament last weekend to advance to the quarterfinal. The Cardinal got started with a 2-0 win against Auburn (8-7-5) on Friday before junior Jordan DiBiasi punched the team’s ticket to the next round with a game-winner against Florida State on Sunday.
No.1 ranked Stanford women's soccer ended their regular season with a win against No. 22 California (15-3-1, 6-4-1 Pac-12) 1-0 for senior night on the Farm, pushing its conference record to a perfect 11-0. The Cardinal (18-1-0, 11-0-0) also extended their win streak to 16, outscoring their opponents 59-3 during that span.
This Thursday, Stanford women's soccer (13-1, 6-0 Pac-12) looks to keep its win streak alive against the Ducks (7-7-1, 1-5) , entering the final stretch of conference play. With five games left in the regular season, the Cardinal will look to maintain their national number one ranking and their lead in the Pac-12.
This past weekend second-ranked Stanford women's soccer (12-1-0, 5-0-0 Pac-12) defeated Colorado (7-4-3, 1-3-1) and Utah (5-5-2, 0-3-1) to push their win streak to ten, tying their team record for longest win streak since 2012. Stanford remains perfect in conference play.
The back-to-back national champion Stanford men’s soccer look to start their season with a win at San Jose State as they take on the Spartans Friday Aug. 25.
Fourth seeded Stanford men’s golf finished its season in the third round at the NCAA men’s golf championships. While in the mix, the Cardinal were unable to catch the teams ahead to make the 15-team cut and advance to the playoff round. Although the finish may have not been what they hoped for, the team showed lots of resilience in the brutal weather and early wake up calls.
In a nail-biting 8-7 finish, the No. 2 Cardinal (23-3) upset No. 1 UCLA (24-2) to win it all in the NCAA women’s water polo championships this Sunday. Stanford secured the victory in the last 30 seconds of the game off an interception and the following shot as time ran out. “I’m so proud,” said…
NOVEMBER 17, 2016 It’s the 101st minute of double overtime in the second round of the NCAA tournament. Stanford is the top seed playing its long-time rival Santa Clara; the Cardinal have played the Broncos more than any other opponent in program history. Up to this point, things haven’t gone easily. Stanford possessed the ball…
Hoping to extend an impressive 11-game winning streak. No.10 Cardinal women’s tennis team (15-1, 7-0 Pac-12) journeys down the California coast to take on No.17 Pepperdine Waves (13-4, 5-0) in their final non-conference matchup of the season. Stanford sits atop the Pac-12 with only one loss on their record to the nation’s best No. 1 Florida Gators (20-1, 10-1 ACC), yet despite the strong campaign thus far, the Cardinal still sit behind two past opponents—No. 5 Vanderbilt (15-5) and No. 8 Oklahoma State (16-4)—who both lost against the Cardinal in their head-to-head matchup after dropping six spots despite the 11-game win streak.
The No. 19 Stanford men's tennis team (12-4, 2-0 Pac-12) has an opportunity this Friday to improve its conference record to 3-0, when it takes on No. 5 USC (19-3, 2-0 Pac-12) at home.
In a nail biter on Saturday, No. 2 Stanford (10-2, 4-1 MPSF) lost to reigning back-to-back NCAA Champions No. 1 Oklahoma (6-0, 2-0) by just .250 of a point. Both teams scored very high, with the Sooners posting a total of 432.300 to the Cardinals’ 432.050. Despite impressive performances on each event, Stanford was not able to overcome the first-ranked Sooners.
No. 6 Stanford women's squash (4-5) went even on road matches this past weekend, first an embarrassing 9-0 defeat to No. 3 Trinity (10-1) and then a 7-2 victory over Cornell (6-3) in a trip to the East Coast.
No. 1 Stanford women's water polo (3-0, 0-0) proved why they are the best in the west on Sunday afternoon, beating No. 14 Long Beach State (1-2, 0-0) 19-5 at Avery Aquatic Center.
No. 5 Stanford squash will take on the No. 1 Harvard Crimson at home on Jan. 19 at 5 p.m. Harvard enters Thursday’s game as the favorite, having won all four of its last matches against top teams, such as Princeton, a team Stanford fell to earlier this year.
No. 5 women’s squash (3-1) showed that the best is in the West by sweeping No. 13 Franklin & Marshall College (1-5) 8-0 on Tuesday. Notably, all eight Cardinal players beat their opponents cleanly in three games.
The only thing harder than reaching the top, is staying there. For the first time in program history, Stanford won a consecutive national championship today, thanks to two incredible saves from senior goalkeeper Andrew Epstein in penalty kicks.
A 106th-minute header from Foster Langsdorf proved the deciding score as No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer (13-3-4) was able to best the University of Virginia Cavaliers (11-4-5), with a 1-0 overtime win. Thanks to Langsdorf’s seventh game-winner, Stanford’s dreams of defending its 2015 national title are very much alive. “It was an incredible game with two ultra-competitive…
No. 8 Stanford men’s soccer (11-3-4, 8-1-1 Pac-12) finished its season on top Friday afternoon, defeating Bay Area-rival California (5-10-2, 1-8-1) with a final score of 2-1. The Cardinal clinched their conference title when Washington lost to San Diego, and they were able to celebrate in style with a well-earned overtime win against the Golden Bears.
No. 9 Stanford (16-6, 10-4 Pac-12) will be looking to beat USC (16-9, 8-6 Pac-12) for the second time this season this upcoming Thursday at Maples Pavilion.
No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer travels across the Bay to take on No. 21 Cal for its final game of the regular season. A win tonight will clinch the Pac-12 title, either as a sole or co-owner.
With a knockout 3-0 victory over Oregon State (4-7-3, 0-4-2 Pac-12) last night, Stanford men’s soccer (10-2-4, 7-0-1) demonstrated exactly why it is the top-ranked team in the Pac-12. The Cardinal’s win crushed San Diego State’s dream of a league championship and extended their at home winning streak to 21 games. Junior forwards Corey Baird and…
No. 12 Stanford men’s soccer (8-2-4, 5-0-1 Pac-12) remained unbeaten in conference play with a draw on Thursday night against the unranked San Diego State Aztecs (7-3-4, 2-2-2). Both teams battled for the win, but after two overtimes, the squads settled for a 1-1 draw in San Diego. The Aztecs, determined to end Stanford’s win streak, were happy with the…
No. 12 Stanford men’s soccer (8-2-3, 5-0 Pac-12) gets ready to extend its five-game unbeaten streak at San Diego State (7-3-3, 2-2-1) this Thursday in its second match against the Aztecs this season.