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Women’s volleyball looks to maintain perfect Pac-12 record

The No. 2 Stanford women’s volleyball team (22-1, 14-0 Pac-12) remains second in the AVCA college volleyball poll again this week, still just behind No. 1 Brigham Young University, whom they lost to earlier in the season. However, the team is still in sole possession of first place in the Pac-12 this season, with an undefeated conference record. They will look to extend this conference lead at home this weekend with matches against No. 17 Oregon (16-8, 9-5 Pac-12) and Oregon State (11-15, 1-13 Pac-12).

Men’s basketball prepares to enter final homestand of the season

Coming off a victory over Bay Area rival Cal (18-8, 9-5 Pac-12) to split the rivalry series, Stanford men’s basketball (13-13, 5-9) will look to build more momentum in the final weekend homestand of the regular season. The Cardinal will first play host against Oregon State (5-23, 1-14) on Wednesday before taking on talented No. 6 Oregon on Saturday for their final match in Maples.

One game behind conference lead, women’s volleyball takes on Oregon

Heading into the final week of regular season play, No. 12 Stanford women’s volleyball (19-7, 13-5 Pac-12) will host No. 19 Oregon (19-8, 12-6) this Wednesday at 7 p.m. Just one match back of first place in the Pac-12 Conference and looking for their second conference championship in three years, the Cardinal must deliver if they want to keep the title within reach.

Football roundtable: Can Cardinal continue improving in Autzen?

Following a 26-15 victory over Oregon State at home last Saturday, Stanford football (6-3, 4-3 Pac-12) goes on the road for another conference game against a 3-6 Oregon team with a lone conference win. Football writers Jamie MacFarlane, Samuel Curry and Lorenzo Rosas break down the Ducks’ offensive woes and Stanford head coach David Shaw’s plans for improvement at the quarterback position.