This report covers a selection of incidents from May 12 to May 18 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Stanford lacrosse (11-1, 7-0 Pac-12) fell to Denver (16-1, 10-0 Big East) in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Pioneers have won all five meetings between the two teams since 2017 and handed the Cardinal their first loss of the season on Friday in Evanston, Ill.
UCLA's Jahmea Bent led her hometown Bruins to a spot in the NCAA Championship game with a 9-7 win over No. 2 Stanford at UCLA’s Spieker Aquatics Center.
The No. 2 Cardinal (13-5, 8-4 MPSF) easily defeated the Bulldogs (13-6, 6-1 GCC) 16-9 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament at Spieker Aquatics Center in Los Angeles.
On Friday night, 13 was Stanford's lucky number. It was the bottom of that inning when sophomore center fielder Brock Jones ended the game at Sunken Diamond. He hit a walk-off single into shallow right field to score sophomore shortstop Adam Crampton.
No. 6 Stanford beach volleyball (23-13, 6-5 Pac-12) made a quick exit in its first national championship appearance with losses to No. 3 Florida State (33-4, 6-1 CCSA) and No. 7 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (24-10, 0-0 Big West) in Gulf Shores, Ala.
No. 27 Stanford women’s tennis cruised to a 4-0 victory over No. 48 UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) (13-4, 8-0 Big West) in the first round of the NCAA championship in Malibu on Friday.
This report covers a selection of incidents from April 27 to May 3 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Stanford's momentum wasn’t enough to stop No. 1 USC (19-1, 11-1 MPSF) on Sunday, who bested the Cardinal 9-6 in Tempe, Ariz.
Only eight teams will be selected for next week’s NCAA Beach Volleyball Championship at Gulf Shores, Ala. Sitting at No. 9 in the AVCA Coaches Poll, Stanford beach volleyball(23-11, 6-5 Pac-12) needed to make a statement at this weekend’s Pac-12 tournament.
In its final meet before the conference championships, Stanford track and field reigned supreme men’s side of the 126th Big Meet with a final score of 85-75, but fell to Cal on the women’s side 88-74.
Students defaced Building 10 on Monday after a 36 Sports Strong Rally aimed at reinstating 11 discontinued sports.
A six-run seventh inning pushed Pacific (11-25, 1-11 WCC) to a 15-12 win over No. 18 Stanford baseball (22-8, 8-4 Pac-12) in Stockton on Wednesday — The Tigers’ first against the Cardinal since 2015. The struggles for Stanford started in the first inning.
This report covers a selection of incidents from April 20 to April 26 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Following the 36 sports strong rally, some athletes sprayed “You can’t cut us” and other slogans with red and white washable chalk on Building 10, the office of the University president. The slogans included “KSR” (Keep Stanford Rowing) and “KSW” (Keep Stanford Wrestling) but were painted by members of the men’s wrestling team, according to an athlete who was present.
Cal (16-6, 7-3 Pac-12), the tournament’s third seed, stopped the second-seeded Cardinal (14-4, 8-2 Pac-12) from winning their fifth straight conference title on Sunday. The 4-1 Stanford loss reversed a 4-3 victory in the Big Slam on April 16, the last match of the regular season.
This report covers a selection of incidents from April 13 to April 19 as recorded in the Stanford University Department of Public Safety (SUDPS) bulletin.
Stanford beach volleyball (17-8, 6-4 Pac-12) defeated Saint Mary’s (8-8, 5-1 WCC) and No. 11 Pepperdine (11-15, 0-0 WCC), but split games with No. 12 Cal (13-9, 5-4 Pac-12) this weekend on the Farm.
Today, and for the last time as a varsity program, Stanford’s synchronized swimmers are national champions.
Season openers are almost never senior days, but that’s what senior Claire Smythe and the four other seniors on Stanford lightweight rowing will be facing as they take to the water on Saturday at Redwood Shores.
No. 26 Stanford women’s tennis (13-3, 8-2 Pac-12) ended its regular season on a high note, defeating archrival No. 22 Cal (14-6, 7-3 Pac-12) in the Big Slam 4-3 on Friday at Taube Family Tennis Stadium.
After the COVID-19 pandemic cancelled last year's national championship, Stanford synchro will look to break a streak of three consecutive second-place finishes, all behind Ohio State at the 2021 collegiate championships on Friday.
No. 26 Stanford women’s tennis (12-3, 7-2 Pac-12) had no trouble in its 4-0 win over Hawai’i (5-6, 3-3 Big West) at Taube Family Tennis Stadium on Tuesday.