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Men’s basketball falls to hot-handed Oregon

Star foward Dillon Brooks was sidelined by injury, but nothing could come between Oregon and history. With their 69-52 win over Stanford, the No. 11 Ducks (18-2, 7-0 Pac-12) broke a 104-year school record by winning their 16th straight game and 38th straight home game. Stanford (11-9, 3-5) saw its three-game win streak snapped, as it fell to a top-25 team for the sixth time this season.

Women’s volleyball advances to Final Four on comeback win over No. 3 Wisconsin

After going down 0-2 to No. 3 Wisconsin (28-5) to start Saturday’s regional final matchup, sixth-seeded Stanford women’s volleyball (25-7) rallied to win three straight sets and advance to the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament, with a final score line of 18-25, 24-26, 25-21, 25-21, 15-9. The Cardinal will face off against No. 2-seed Minnesota (29-4) on Thursday in the Final Four.

Women’s volleyball downs Florida State to advance to Elite Eight

After dropping its first set for just the seventh time this season, No. 6 Stanford women’s volleyball (24-7) rallied to overtake the Florida State Seminoles (26-6) in four sets in the third round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday afternoon. The Cardinal will now face No. 3 Wisconsin in the regional finals on Saturday at 3 p.m. as they attempt to secure the program’s 20th Final Four berth.