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W. Gymnastics: Near perfect

Though gymnastics is an individual sport, the Stanford women gymnasts proved this weekend at the NCAA Southeast Regionals in West Virginia that team momentum can be the key to victory. Armed with enthusiasm and team support, the No. 1 seed Cardinal showed three high-scoring rotations to win handily with 196.775 points and advance to the NCAA Championships for the fourth consecutive season.

W. Gymnastics: Card earns quad-meet victory on Senior Day

Sunday afternoon was an emotional time for the members of the Stanford women’s gymnastics team, as they competed at home for the final time this season and celebrated five seniors who are nearing the ends of their collegiate gymnastics careers. Though head coach Kristen Smyth used to introduce her graduating class on Senior Day with a hand-held microphone, she knew that this year, emotions would make the speeches difficult to get through. So before this weekend’s quad meet victory…

Baseball: Card Hooks ‘Horns

Pitching will play a huge role in this weekend’s series against Texas for both the Card and the Longhorns, who are coming off a 7-2 win over Dallas Baptist on Wednesday and a series loss to New Mexico last weekend. The team has allowed just 10 earned runs over its first 36 innings of play (for a 2.50 ERA), and has held its opponents to a batting average of .257…