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Surging Stanford lacrosse play host to William & Mary

No. 17 Stanford women’s lacrosse (4-2, 1-0 MPSF) looks to extend its three-game winning streak when it hosts a struggling William & Mary (1-4) on Wednesday, continuing the Cardinal’s recent slate of out-of-conference games. Wednesday night’s match will be the second game in a three-game homestand for Stanford. Last week, Stanford utilized a strong second half…

Men’s swimming aims to continue Cardinal momentum in conference championships

After Cardinal divers did their part for the overall total last weekend, No. 5 Stanford men’s swimming (4-1, 3-1 Pac-12) now begins their contribution towards the Cardinal’s Pac-12 title defense in this weekend’s championship tournament in Washington.

The four-day tournament commences on Wednesday evening with the 200 and 800 meter relay finals. After the beginning evening, the tournament follows an 11:00 a.m. preliminary then 6:00 p.m. final pattern for the next three days, finishing on Saturday evening with the 1,650 free (final heat), 200 back final, 100 free final, 200 breast final, 200 fly final, and last but not least 400 free relay final.

Women’s lacrosse outdueled in Dallas

In a competitive match between two top-15 teams, No. 12 Stanford women’s lacrosse fell short against a strong No. 10 Duke squad that took an early lead and kept the Cardinal at a well enough distance to comfortably finish the match 12-8.

After the first goal came from Blue Devil junior midfielder Maddie Crutchfield six minutes into the match, Stanford and Duke traded goals for remainder of the half and ultimately headed into halftime with a 4-3 Duke lead after Stanford narrowed the margin behind senior attacker Kelly Myers.