After dropping Friday’s match against No. 5 UC Irvine (19-6, 13-5 MPSF), No. 8 Stanford men’s volleyball was able to turn it around and secure a win on Saturday, sweeping UC San Diego (7-19, 3-15) in the final match of the regular season. With the win, Stanford closes out the regular season with a record of 13-12 and 8-10 in MPSF play.
After securing a playoff berth with its five-set win over UC San Diego on Saturday, No. 9 Stanford men’s volleyball (12-11, 7-9 MPSF) will look to wrap up the regular season this weekend as it takes on No. 5 UC Irvine (17-6, 11-5 MPSF) on Friday and faces off with UCSD (7-17, 3-13 MPSF) on Saturday.
Despite strong performances in a few big innings, Stanford softball (16-16, 0-6 Pac-12) was unable to best No. 15 Utah (24-7, 6-2) in a three-game series at home this weekend. In two of the three games, the Cardinal had a late chance to claim a win, but their efforts were unsuccessful.
Stanford softball (16-10) saw mixed success in the Stanford Easton Classic this weekend, as it played host to the teams from Grand Canyon (23-4), Connecticut (6-10), Lehigh (5-10) and Cal Poly (16-7). The Cardinal won three of five games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, including two against Lehigh. Stanford got off to a slow start…
Coming off a winning weekend in Pennsylvania, No. 8 Stanford men’s volleyball (11-7, 6-5 MPSF) is flying west across the Pacific for a doubleheader against No. 4 Hawaii (18-2, 8-2 MPSP) in Honolulu. The Cardinal swept No. 15 Penn State on Saturday, and they will look to keep the momentum rolling into this pair of conference matchups. However, the…
No. 8 Stanford men’s volleyball (11-7, 6-5 MPSF) continued its winning ways in Pennsylvania this weekend, sweeping No. 15 Penn State (12-7, 6-2 EIVA) 25-20, 25-17, 25-23 on Saturday. The Cardinal held the advantage in every major statistical category and outhit the Nittany Lions .444 to .261 over the course of the match. This marks a season-high team hitting percentage for Stanford.
In the final game of the Easton Crimson Classic, Stanford softball (12-8) was walked off by Drake (14-8) — a heartbreaking closing to a weekend of highs and lows in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Cardinal finished the tournament with a 2-3 record, dropping a game to No. 11 Alabama (19-2) while splitting two games with Drake and two games with Jacksonville (11-9).
Despite tossing his third quality start in as many opportunities this season, sophomore Kris Bubic took his second hard-luck loss of the season as No. 22 Stanford baseball (6-3) failed to score in a quiet 4-0 loss to Texas (7-3). With the loss, the Cardinal snapped a six-game win streak as well as a 12-game home win streak which dated back to last season.