On Friday morning, the top cross country programs on the west coast showed down in Sacramento, Calif., for the NCAA Division I West Regionals. The west coast is notorious for being home to some of the top talent across the country and this year’s race did not disappoint.
Just four days after a late rally earned the team fourth place at the NorCal Classic, Stanford women’s gymnastics (3-4, 0-1 Pac-12) was able to finish second at a quad meet hosted by UC Davis on Friday.
After a rough start on beam and floor, No. 11 Stanford women’s gymnastics finished strong on vault and bars to place fourth at the NorCal Classic on Monday.
No. 11 Stanford women’s volleyball (21-7, 9-5 Pac-12) will take on Denver (23-8, 13-3 Summit League) Friday night in Maples Pavilion in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. With a win, the Cardinal will advance to the second round on Saturday, also in Maples Pavilion. In total, three matches will be played at Stanford this weekend, which comprise the first two rounds of the tournament.
How does Stanford football celebrate a thrilling 31-10 upset of a top-10 UCLA team? Apparently by sending out impassioned pleas en masse to the Stanford student body asking for our help in getting to the Las Vegas Bowl.
With the cross country season coming to a close (mercifully or unfortunately, depending on who you ask), this is likely one of my last blog entries for a while. I just want to say what a pleasure it has been to share our program’s progress over the past few months with The Daily’s readers. As…
It may not be the same as a team like Boise State rising to No. 1, but we still shouldn’t lose sight of the fact that a program that without any major trophies to show off managed to climb from the depths of the unranked to the top of the college football universe in a rise of meteoric proportions.
The No. 49 Stanford men’s tennis team defeated unranked Boise State 4-3 on Sunday, marking its second-straight victory after a dominating 7-0 performance against Furman on March 7.