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Baseball cruises by Santa Clara

No. 2 Stanford (35-8, 17-4 Pac-12) defeated the Santa Clara Broncos (11-35) 5-1 in Tuesday’s home matchup. Broncos redshirt sophomore outfielder Andre Nnebe made it exciting in the top of the third inning, achieving the first run of the game with a two-out knock to left field after a series of Santa Clara singles. However,…

Lu: The resilience of Roger Federer

As a fan of Roger Federer, I have mixed feelings about his return to the clay court. The Swiss maestro is playing in the Madrid Open after taking a three-year hiatus from clay. I am excited to see him compete and prove the critics wrong. Traditionally, Federer has struggled on clay, winning only one French…

Cardinal victorious in 86th annual Big Row

No. 2 Stanford women’s defeated No. 3 California this weekend in the annual Big Row. The Cardinal won four of six races; the Third Varsity Eight team won with a time of 6:42.70, the Second Varsity Eight team with a time of 6:30.90, the Second Varsity Four team won with a time of 7:32.50 and the First Varsity Four team won with a time of 7:06.60.

Softball upsets UCLA for second consecutive year before falling in next games

It was a bittersweet weekend for the Cardinal softball team (32-15, 8-10 Pac-12) in their last home series of the season. Stanford upset No. 2 UCLA (45-3, 19-2 Pac-12) on Friday but then fell to the Bruins on Saturday and Sunday. While losing the series may have been disappointing, few in the nation were expecting the Cardinal to win any of the three games. Friday night’s victory could prove important for postseason seedings.