There is one team between No. 11 seed Stanford (45-12, 22-7 Pac-12) and their first trip to Omaha since 2008, and it is No. 3 seed Mississippi State (49-13 , 20-10 SEC). Over the weekend, the two sides will meet for a best-of-three series in Starkville at the 11,000 seat Dudy Noble Field.
The indefatigable arm of freshman RHP Alex Williams got all 27 outs to help No. 1 Stanford stave off elimination with its second win in three days over No. 4 seed Sacramento State. The 12-3 victory advanced the Cardinal to the nightcap, a must-win contest against No. 3 seed Fresno State.
For the third straight season, No. 1 Stanford (41-11, 22-7 Pac-12) is hosting the Stanford Regional to begin postseason play. The double-elimination tournament will also feature No. 2 seed UC Santa Barbara, No. 3 seed Fresno State and No. 4 seed Sacramento State.
Making history as the first Cardinal to go deep four times in one game, junior first baseman Andrew Daschbach led No. 3 Stanford (38-9, 19-5 Pac-12) to a 7-1 victory over Cal Poly (24-25, 13-5 Big West) on Tuesday.
Coming off a weekend series win at Berkeley, the No. 2 Cardinal (37-9, 19-5 Pac-12) will host the Cal Poly Mustangs (24-5) tonight at Sunken Diamond.
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,…
Returning home from last weekend’s series against USC, No. 2 Stanford (34-8, 17-4 Pac-12) will face the Santa Clara Broncos (11-34) for the final time this season tonight at Sunken Diamond.
No. 2 Stanford (32-7, 15-3 Pac-12) traveled to Santa Clara (10-32, 3-15 WCC) on Tuesday, and for the sixth consecutive contest in the all-time series came away with a victory to the tune of 7-1.