On July 13, it was announced that the Stanford Athletics Department had received the the Capital One Cup for both its men’s and women’s programs. This is the first time in the history of the Cup that a school has earned the award twice-over. The Capital One Cup is given to the school with the…
A 20-match win streak ending with the NCAA banner held high is how Stanford women’s tennis will remember the 2017-2018 season. The team saw a tight 4-2 win on Monday in the semifinals against No. 3 Duke, with junior Caroline Lampl stepping up to the plate in a three-set victory that sent the team into the finals.
On Sunday afternoon, the Stanford lacrosse team made history when they held up a banner that read “2018 Women’s Lacrosse Tournament CHAMPIONS” at Prentup Field at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The No. 2 seeded Cardinal had just defeated the No. 1 seed, Colorado, 15-6 and won the first-ever Pac-12 women’s lacrosse tournament.
Stanford women’s water polo is gearing up to take on the MPSF championships, starting with No. 20 San Jose State on Friday at 11 a.m. The game is make-it-or-break-it for the Cardinal, as they dive directly into the elimination rounds.
Stanford men’s gymnastics had a rollercoaster of a night that ended in a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships on Saturday in Chicago. Senior Robert Neff notched an NCAA first place on the high bar. The team has managed to place in the top five every single year since 2006, demonstrating the consistent nature and power of the team.
This weekend was one full of both sweetness and sadness as the women’s lacrosse team honored its veterans in a win against Oregon on Senior Day. The No. 12 Cardinal team came out strong with a 17-9 victory at home, led by none other than the seniors.
The blazing Arizona sun was mostly covered on Sunday afternoon as No. 1 Stanford Cardinal women’s water polo took on No. 6 Arizona State in Tempe. The clouds must have been a lucky charm for the Stanford squad, who managed to outdo their opponents in a whopping 10-4 victory.
Pauley Pavilion echoed with the sound of a crowd gathering on Thursday evening as the Stanford Cardinal men’s volleyball team took on No. 5 UCLA in Los Angeles. The Cardinal lost for the second time this season to UCLA in four sets (15-25, 25-20, 22-25, 15-25).
Stanford men’s volleyball is gearing up to take on No. 5 UCLA on Thursday in Los Angeles. UCLA has had a very productive season, and will prove a tough foe as Stanford looks to close out its season (this being the team’s second-to-last game) on a high note.
Stanford hosted its 43rd Stanford Invitational on Friday and Saturday, earning itself a number of impressive wins both days at Cobb Track and Angell Field.
The crowd roared as the scoreboard lit up with the name Elizabeth Price followed by the score that every gymnast strives for throughout their whole career: a perfect 10.00.
SAN JOSE - Every time a song interlude plays between points, Jack Sock -- currently ranked 10th in the world in men’s singles -- dances -- running man accompanies Gangnam Style (I guess he didn’t remember the original dance) and he smirks as he signals for Federer to phone him while Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” comes on. On the other side of the court, Federer laughs as he awkwardly tries out a couple of his own dance moves.
Stanford men’s volleyball (3-13, 1-4 MPSF) came out strong, winning the first two sets on Saturday against BYU, to then fall in the last three and be defeated by the No. 6 team in the nation.
Stanford women’s gymnastics was unable to defeat Washington on Saturday, wrapping up the night with 196.475-195.450 all-around scores at the Hec Edmundson Pavilion. No. 22 Stanford put up an outstanding fight with multiple gymnasts earning titles in their events, but the No. 10 Huskies were able to come out on top regardless. Senior all-around Cardinal…
Stanford No. 24 women’s lacrosse (0-2) was defeated by No. 2 Stony Brook (2-0) on Monday evening. The Cardinal fell 15-9, although they put up a tough fight against one of the nation’s top teams. Cagan Stadium was full of excited fans as the team hosted its home opener after a season opener on the road against Denver.
Stanford men’s volleyball had a tough end of the week on the road, losing to No. 14 USC (4-7, 1-0 MPSF) on Thursday night and then to No. 12 CSUN (7-4) on Saturday. Both teams haven’t had the most stable seasons, with the Cardinal having a four-game losing streak before a win against UC San…
Jenna Gray walks into her interview with her hair in a tight bun and her workout gear on, a big bottle of water in her hand. She’s wearing a red shirt that says “Stanford Women’s Volleyball” in block letters. Had Gray come in on another afternoon, her shirt might have said “Stanford Track and Field,”…
Stanford men’s volleyball (2-8) had a split weekend, taking a loss at UC Irvine on Friday and then coming back to beat UC San Diego on Saturday, breaking a four-game losing streak for the Cardinal. Both games were on the road, where Stanford will stay for another four games.
The Cardinal was defeated by No. 1 Long Beach State on Saturday at Maples Pavilion in a highly competitive three-set match. Despite the final outcome, the Cardinal put up a good fight against the number one team in the country.
No. 5 Stanford women’s soccer pulled off weekend wins against No. 10 Georgetown and Navy at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium.
Stanford women’s soccer started off their season with the momentum of two wins against Marquette and Wisconsin this past weekend.
The regular season is underway for the No. 2 Stanford women’s soccer squad. The team is headed over to Milwaukee for two weekend matchups, the first against Marquette on Friday and the second against the University of Wisconsin on Sunday.