No. 1 Stanford women’s water polo crushed cross-town rival No. 4 Cal to complete an undefeated sweep of the 2017 Stanford invitational. No. 20 Loyola Marymount, No. 8 Hawaii, and No. 6 UC Irvine all fell to Stanford at the Avery Aquatic Center, upping Stanford’s home record to 92-6 since 2008. Freshman Makenzie Fischer led…
Stanford men’s basketball (11-9, 3-5 Pac-12) will look to capture an important conference win as it travels across the Bay for a contest against their rivals, the California Golden Bears (14-6, 5-3 Pac-12) at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley this Sunday.
No. 2 Stanford men’s gymnastics opened up its season with a series of individual and event victories, allowing the team to prevail in the Big Meet against rival No. 8 Cal last Sunday. The competition, held in Berkeley, ended with an all-around score of 418.100 for the Cardinal and 403.150 for the Golden Bears, although Stanford remained comfortable throughout the series.
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. 6 Stanford men’s water polo (12-6, 4-5 MPSF) will travel down to Los Angeles this weekend to take on No. 1 UCLA (24-1, 2-1), No. 2 USC (20-1, 3-0), No. 3 Cal (18-3, 1-2) and Penn State Behrend (0-23, 0-0) in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Championship Tournament hosted by UCLA. Games will begin Friday at 10 a.m. with Stanford taking on Penn State Behrend before facing USC in the afternoon.
Heading into the 119th edition of the Big Game rivalry at Berkeley, No. 24 Stanford (7-3, 5-3 Pac-12) rolls into Cal Memorial Stadium on a four game-winning streak, the last of which came in a rout of Pac-12 North-rival Oregon. Daily football writer Vihan Lakshman talked with football writer Hooman Yazdanian of the Daily Californian about the struggling Cal season and whether the Golden Bears can respond to Stanford’s potent dual-rushing attack.
Stanford prepares for the newest edition of Big Game after a successful trip to Oregon, in which the Cardinal offense finally had the explosion it had anticipated all season long. Football writers Jamie MacFarlane, Lorenzo Rosas and Samuel Curry discuss whether Stanford can continue its success and retain the Axe for the seventh year in a row.
No. 6 Stanford men’s water polo (12-6, 4-5 MPSF) faced its third consecutive lost on Saturday as No. 3 Cal (18-3, 1-2) downed the Cardinal 11-10. This is the third game in a row that the Cardinal have lost by one goal to a higher-ranked team (the other two being UCLA and Pacific).