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…
No. 18 Stanford baseball (25-12, 9-7 Pac-12) took the series opener against No. 13 Arizona (27-13, 9-10 Pac-12) 3-2 on a windy, Thursday night. This win marks the Cardinal’s sixth consecutive success.
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).
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.
Stanford baseball (15-8, 4-2 Pac-12) continued to keep the bats hot and the fans on the edge of their seats as it came from behind in the top of the ninth on the way to an exciting 8-6 victory over the California Golden Bears (18-7, 7-2) on Tuesday evening. Although senior Johnny Locher’s ninth-inning, 2-out home run shot over…
With a 8-1 win in the rubber match against USC (12-14, 3-3 Pac-12) on Sunday, Stanford baseball (14-8, 4-2) captured its third straight series victory by taking two of three from the Trojans. While the Cardinal dropped the first game of the series 1-0 on Friday, a late-inning offensive explosion carried the squad to an 11-8 win on Saturday before the bats carried through to Sunday’s finale.
After a rainy forecast forced a preemptive Thursday doubleheader, Stanford baseball (7-5) took on defending College World Series runner-up No. 2 Vanderbilt (10-1), splitting Thursday’s games before falling 5-2 in the rubber match on Sunday. Strong pitching kept the Cardinal in the games against the nation’s best offense, but Stanford’s bats could not keep up.