In anticipation of the Cardinal facing the Golden Bears, I thought to myself: “Who were some of the best players to play in Big Game and how would they fare against each other?”
Senior driver Quinn Woodhead led the team in goals with four, followed by junior driver Larsen Weigle with a hat trick. Four other players scored two each.
Stanford men's basketball (1-1, 0-0 Pac-12) lost 88-72 in its first road game of the season on Friday night to Santa Clara (2-0, 0-0 WCC).
The season is officially underway, and Stanford men’s basketball (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) started off with a close call against Tarleton State (1-1, 0-0 WAC), beating the Texans 62-50 on Tuesday.
Due to scheduling changes during COVID-19 this will be the third consecutive game in the Stanford-Oregon State series played in Oregon, and the Beavers have been quite literally unstoppable this season at home, going 4-0 at Reser Stadium thus far.
The No. 4 Stanford Cardinal (16-5, 0-3 MPSF) lost in a nail-biter to the No. 2 Cal Golden Bears (18-2, 3-0 MPSF) on Saturday, 12-10.
Three Stanford players — graduate student driver Tyler Abramson, redshirt senior 2MD Parker Killion and redshirt senior 2M Spencer Nelson — were honored for their contributions to the team since they entered the program in 2017.
Early goals by grad student driver Tyler Abramson, junior driver Larsen Weigle, junior 2M Beck Jurasius and senior driver Quinn Woodhead led the Cardinal to an early 4-0 lead by the end of the first quarter.