This Friday, the No. 2 Stanford women’s water polo (11-0, 1-0 Pac-12) cruised past Santa Clara (4-9, 0-0 GCC) in a 17-1 victory. The top scorers of the match were senior Madison Berggren and sophomore Sarah Klass with four goals each.
On Saturday, Stanford synchronized swimming competed in their only home meet of the season, defeating Lindenwood, who scratched in all but the team event. The meet also served as Senior Day for the team, honoring seniors Joanna Langner and Amanda Urke.
This weekend Stanford synchronized swimming will compete against Lindenwood in their only home meet of the season. The Cardinal have already competed in two invitationals prior to this weekend, but this will be their first dual meet.
This weekend is packed for Stanford’s men’s and women’s track and field. The Cardinal will be competing in the Millrose Games in New York, the Husky Classic in Seattle and the Don Kirby Invitational in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Though both Nur and the student indicated that the collision was an accident, she gave conflicting accounts of how it occurred. An investigation of the incident by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is underway.
The No. 2 Stanford Men’s Gymnastics team will travel to the arid home of the Sun Devils in Tempe, Arizona this weekend to compete in the Pac-12 invitational. This weekend the Cardinal will be competing against No. 11 Cal for the fourth time, as well as No. 14 Arizona State and No. 17 Washington.
The No. 5 ranked Stanford women’s squash team (3-2) competed yesterday afternoon against the No. 14 George Washington University. Each of the nine matches were won by Stanford in a truly impressive showcase of athleticism.
In a fight they were never thought to have a chance in, the Stanford men’s basketball team (4-4) put up a formidable performance against the nationally No. 2 ranked Kansas (6-0), but was ultimately defeated in overtime by a final score of 84-90.