In a disappointing end to an otherwise bright conference season, No. 4 Stanford women’s golf (+16) concluded play Wednesday at Palos Verdes Golf Club in Palos Verdes, CA with a fourth-place finish in the Pac-12 Championship, behind No. 1 USC (-1), No. 7 Arizona (+10) and No. 15 Arizona State (+15). Junior Albane Valenzuela, who…
This Friday, Stanford softball (28-6, 5-1 Pac-12) hosts the first of three games against the Utah Utes (13-24, 2-7 Pac-12) to be played throughout the weekend.
The Arizona State University women’s basketball team had won 9 of their previous 10 games going into their home game last Friday against Stanford. The University of Arizona was on an even hotter streak, winning 12 of their past 13 games going into their home game on Sunday against the Cardinal. Both teams left the weekend disappointed as Stanford continued to show dominance in wins over two of the stronger teams in the Pac-12.
In a game that ended closer than some anticipated, the Stanford men’s basketball team (7-8, 0-3 Pac-12) fell to Arizona (12-4, 3-0 Pac-12) by a final score of 70-75. From Arizona’s four game winning streak to the surprisingly large number of Wildcat fans that turned out, the Cardinal knew they were facing their toughest home opponent yet. The Arizona men’s basketball team is no Eastern Washington or Portland State; they’ve been to the NCAA tournament the past six seasons in a row.
Having lost the first two matches against Pac-12 opponents this season, Stanford men’s basketball seeks vengeance in today’s game against the Arizona Wildcats (11-4, 2-0 Pac-12). Just as we brace for a season of seemingly endless rain, the Cardinal is bracing for a tough match against formidable opponents – the Wildcats come off of a four-game winning streak, most recently clinching an overtime victory against Utah (7-7, 1-1 Pac-12).
Fifth-seeded Stanford women’s golf were eliminated in the NCAA Championships semifinals to eventual national champions eighth-seeded Arizona on Tuesday in Karsten Creek Golf Club.
The 4-1 loss put an end to a strong stretch for the Cardinal. They defeated Northwestern 3-2 in the quarterfinals and won the NCAA Women’s Golf San Francisco Regional to advance to the Championships.
Stanford men’s basketball begins it’s Pac-12 Tournament with a first-round battle against Cal. King Jemison and Quinn Barry discuss the Cardinal vs. Cal, Stanford’s chances to beat UCLA and Arizona and which players should perform in Las Vegas.
A gritty road performance from senior forward Reid Travis was not enough to lift Stanford men’s basketball (16-14, 10-7 Pac-12) past No. 19 Arizona (23-7, 13-4) in Tucson. With the 75-68 loss, the Cardinal fall into a three-way tie for third place, with UCLA and Utah.