No. 2 ranked women’s volleyball (19-2, 12-0 Pac-12) cleaned house on their road trip to the desert, taking down Arizona State (10-14, 0-12) and Arizona (9-12, 3-9) in decisive fashion. The Cardinal now own a 14 game winning streak and remain in first place in the Pac-12.
Still undefeated in conference play, the No. 2 Stanford women’s volleyball team (17-2, 10-0 Pac-12) heads to the desert on Friday to face Arizona State (10-12, 0-10 Pac-12) and Arizona (8-11, 2-8 Pac-12).
Led by a pair of goals from junior forward Michelle Xiao, second-ranked Stanford women’s soccer (10-1-0, Pac-12 3-0-0) defeated Arizona State (4-5-1, 1-1-1) at home this Sunday. Posting their eighth shutout of the season in a 6-0 win, the Cardinal outshot the Sun Devils 30-2 during the game.
The Cardinal defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils 34-24 Saturday at Stanford Stadium behind a monster game from junior running back Bryce Love. Here are a few significant stats from the game and the season so far. Note: Given the absurd numbers Love put up Saturday, as well as the entire season, the majority of these statistics will be related to Love, so if you’re tired of hearing about how ridiculously impressive Love has been through his first five games, you may want to stop reading here.
In the second set of second-ranked Stanford’s (10-2, 3-0 Pac-12) 25-12, 25-18, 26-24 home sweep of Arizona State (10-5, 0-3), Lutz claimed her 1,000 career kill, becoming just the 18th Stanford player since 1986 to reach that mark.
No. 12 Stanford baseball (30-13, 13-8 Pac-12) won the series but lost an 11-game win streak at the end of its three-game weekend against Arizona State (20-24, 7-14). Playing on the road, the Cardinal finished with two wins and one loss in the series. Starting off on Friday, Stanford’s 7-5 victory matched its longest winning…
Stanford women’s gymnastics earned a season-high team score of 196.625 to win the first of two sessions at the Pac-12 Conference Championships at Maples Pavilion on Saturday. The Cardinal held off No. 16 Cal (196.300), Arizona (196.275) and Arizona State (195.600) in the afternoon session, ultimately finishing fifth at the championships behind No. 5 Utah (197.925), No. 10 Oregon State (197.400), No. 3 UCLA (197.100) and No. 15 Washington (197.100).
For the first time since 2009, Stanford women’s gymnastics (6-11) will play host to the Pac-12 Conference Championships. Stanford will be joined by No. 16 Cal (6-4), Arizona (6-7) and Arizona State (1-8) in the first of two sessions on Saturday at 1 p.m. No. 3 UCLA (9-2), No. 5 Utah (8-2), No. 10 Oregon State (9-2) and No. 15 Washington (6-8) will follow in session two at 6 p.m.