After three missed opportunities to deliver a milestone win for head coach Mark Marquess, No. 20 Stanford baseball (15-9, 3-4 Pac-12) exploded on offense in the fourth inning to put away rival Cal (12-14, 4-6) by a score of 8-4 on Tuesday at the Sunken Diamond.
With head coach Mark Marquess just one win away from becoming the fifth coach in NCAA history to reach 1,600 career wins, No. 15 Stanford baseball (14-9, 2-4 Pac-12) missed the opportunity to deliver the victory over the home weekend, dropping three straight against top-ranked Oregon State (24-1, 9-0).
Coming off an emotional series against Texas that featured two consecutive walk-off wins, No. 16 Stanford baseball (11-5) split a four-game set against Rice (6-11) in Houston over the weekend.
Despite tossing his third quality start in as many opportunities this season, sophomore Kris Bubic took his second hard-luck loss of the season as No. 22 Stanford baseball (6-3) failed to score in a quiet 4-0 loss to Texas (7-3). With the loss, the Cardinal snapped a six-game win streak as well as a 12-game home win streak which dated back to last season.
Coming off of its weekend sweep of Kansas at home, Stanford baseball (5-2) will return to Sunken Diamond once more for a single game against the UC Davis Aggies (3-2) on Tuesday.
In an opening home weekend dedicated to legendary head coach Mark Marquess, No. 20 Stanford baseball (5-2) honored its coach well with a sweep of Kansas (2-5).
After dropping its season opener in a close 0-1 game against No. 8 Cal State Fullerton (2-1), No. 23 Stanford men’s baseball (1-2) split the final two games of the weekend series against the Titans in its first road trip of the season. After dropping the second match 1-8, the Cardinal earned their first victory of the young season on Sunday after staging a dramatic extra-inning comeback on Sunday to record a 7-6 win.
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…