No. 18 Stanford women’s lacrosse opens its season account against No. 19 Denver tonight at Cagan Stadium, ready to defend its title as PAC-12 conference championships in the second year since the conference’s formation.
The Stanford women’s lacrosse team will host the U.S. women’s national team from Friday to Sunday for the U.S. Spring Lacrosse Premiere, facing off against the U.S. women on Saturday at 5 p.m. The event will feature four other teams besides the Cardinal and U.S. team, including the English national team, the Japanese developmental team, Fresno State, and the U.S. U19 women.
On Sunday afternoon, the Stanford lacrosse team made history when they held up a banner that read “2018 Women’s Lacrosse Tournament CHAMPIONS” at Prentup Field at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The No. 2 seeded Cardinal had just defeated the No. 1 seed, Colorado, 15-6 and won the first-ever Pac-12 women’s lacrosse tournament.
This weekend was one full of both sweetness and sadness as the women’s lacrosse team honored its veterans in a win against Oregon on Senior Day. The No. 12 Cardinal team came out strong with a 17-9 victory at home, led by none other than the seniors.
Stanford’s No. 13 ranked women’s lacrosse team (10-3, 6-1 Pac-12) won their seventh straight game today with a win against UC Davis (5-5) by the staggering score of 18-6, starting their current four-game homestand on a strong note. With their win today, the Cardinal are in a prime position to maintain their number one status in the Pac-12, and claim strong seeding ahead of the Pac-12 championships later this month.
Stanford No. 24 women’s lacrosse (0-2) was defeated by No. 2 Stony Brook (2-0) on Monday evening. The Cardinal fell 15-9, although they put up a tough fight against one of the nation’s top teams. Cagan Stadium was full of excited fans as the team hosted its home opener after a season opener on the road against Denver.
The Perfect Storm July 22, 2017 — It is a rainy Saturday afternoon at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, England. The buzzer sounds in the 2017 FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup final. The U.S. team celebrates its 10-5 victory over Canada and its eighth gold medal with a dog pile. “It had not…
After routing Cal (5-13, 2-6 MPSF) 19-5 in the quarterfinals, Stanford women’s lacrosse (12-6, 6-2) ultimately couldn’t recover from a four-goal run in the final 10 minutes against second-seed Colorado (16-2, 7-1) losing by a final tally of 14-13 in the semifinals, ending their bid in the MPSF conference tournament in Los Angeles. The Stanford offense…