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Baseball bounces back against Oregon, sweeps weekend series

Coming off a disappointing series against the Washington Huskies that knocked the team out of the playoffs, the Stanford baseball team (31-23, 15-15 Pac-12) bounced back and ended its regular season with a sweep of the Oregon Ducks (29-26, 14-16 Pac-12) over the weekend. The Cardinal pitching held the Ducks to only 4 runs over the three-game…

Men’s tennis seeks momentum against Dons as postseason looms

After disappointment on the road, the No. 42 Stanford men’s tennis team (12-8, 4-2 Pac-12) has rebounded recently against strong opponents. The team looks to continue its two-match winning streak against the University of San Francisco Dons (4-15, 1-4) on Tuesday at home.  After their final home match of the season, the Cardinal will head to Berkeley…

Women’s tennis to take on Oregon, No. 1 Cal

No. 20 Stanford women’s tennis (9-4, 4-1 Pac-12) will take on No. 38 Oregon (11-3, 3-1) at home on Saturday. Then, on Sunday, the Cardinal will travel to Berkeley to face perennial rival No. 1 Cal (15-0, 4-0). The Cardinal have shown promise this season, but they have also struggled against the top-ranked teams that they…

Women’s tennis scores 4-3 upset over rival No. 7 Florida

The No. 16 Stanford Cardinal (5-2) shocked the No. 7 Florida Gators (5-2) with a 4-3 victory on Sunday at home in the Taube Family Tennis Center.  The contest showcased two of the perennial powerhouses of women’s college tennis. The win was the Stanford’s fourth straight, which has bounced back since dropping two of its first three…

Women’s tennis hopes to rebound against Horned Frogs

Hot off a dominant victory over the Saint Mary’s Gaels last Friday, the No. 14 Stanford women’s tennis team (2-2) will look to take on No. 23 TCU (2-1) on Saturday at home in Taube Family Tennis Center for the team’s second home match of February. The Cardinal are trying to rebound after dropping two matches to No. 1…

Men’s tennis blanks Santa Clara, No. 3 TCU up next

No. 17 Stanford men’s tennis (5-1) defeated the Santa Clara Broncos (3-1) by a 4-0 margin at the Taube Tennis Center on Tuesday afternoon. Despite the impressive scoreline, head coach Paul Goldstein noted that it was a slow day for his team, “Today [had] tough conditions, it [was] cold and several guys had midterms prior to the match today.…

Women’s soccer prepares to host Cal on Senior Night

To cap off its already successful regular season, No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer (16-2, 9-0 Pac-12) will take on No. 20 California (13-5-2, 6-4) for Senior Night at home on Friday.   The Cardinal are coming off a 2-0 victory over UCLA on Sunday that clinched the 2015 Pac-12 title for them. Although the Bruin…
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