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Maya Somers
Maya Somers is a contributing writer in the sports section. She is a freshman from Seattle, Washington interested in studying Human Biology. She enjoys drinking coffee and watching professional tennis highlight reels. Contact her at sports 'at' stanforddaily.com.

Sailing ends Fall season, finishes 2nd at PCCSC Championship

Stanford sailing rounded out its fall season competing in the Fall Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference (PCCSC) Championship and the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Match Racing National Championship. The Cardinal placed second overall at the PCCSC Championships — earning their 11th top three finish of the fall season — fifth at the ICSA Championship. 

Women’s tennis sweeps ITA Northwest Regional Championships

In its 14th consecutive season hosting, Stanford women’s tennis won both singles and doubles titles in the ITA Northwest Regional Championships. The Cardinal dominated the draws on all sides of the brackets; both finals featured only Stanford players at Taube Family Tennis Center on Tuesday.

Women’s volleyball completes comeback over Cougars

No. 15 Stanford women’s volleyball (12-5, 7-2 Pac-12) found itself on the brink of defeat against No. 22 Washington State (12-7, 6-3 Pac-12) in Pullman Friday night. After going down 2-1, the Cardinal eked out a fourth set win before dominating the fifth set to beat the Cougars 3-2. 

Cardinal sailing wins Captain Hurst Bowl over weekend

Stanford sailing competed in three regattas on the East Coast over the weekend and took first place at the Captain Hurst Bowl. The Cardinal also sailed to fourth place in the Women’s Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Championship and finished 12th at the Nevins Trophy Regatta. 

Field hockey falls to Monmouth

Stanford field hockey fell to Monmouth 3-1 Sunday morning in New Jersey. The Cardinal took eight shots off the sticks of six players, but could not deliver the goals necessary to keep up with the Hawks.

Despite quick start, field hockey falls to Maine

Stanford Field Hockey (2-3, 1-1 American East) fell to Maine (5-5, 2-0 American East) 2-3 on Sunday morning in Orono, Maine. Sophomore attacker Haley Mossmer scored both goals, but the Cardinal defense ultimately could not fend off three successful attacks from the Black Bears.

3 sailors in top 10 at ICSA Singlehanded Championships

Three members of the Stanford sailing team spent the weekend in South Kingstown, R.I. competing in the ICSA men’s and women’s singlehanded championships. In 14 total races over Saturday and Sunday, the Cardinal captured individual finishes at second, fourth and ninth place overall.
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