Coming off a five-game win streak, No. 4 Stanford baseball (24-12, 8-7 Pac-12) goes up against the national runner-up and No. 5 Arizona (27-12, 9-9 Pac-12) in a homebound three-game series starting Thursday.
Stanford men’s baseball (23-12, 8-7 Pac-12) got out the brooms over the weekend as it swept No. 25 Oregon (23-13, 6-9) three-game series on the road. The series sweep was the first Pac-12 road sweep for Stanford since 2014 against Utah.
No. 18 Stanford baseball (18-10, 4-15 PAC-12) used a five-run second inning to defeat San Jose State (12-18-1) 9-3 on Tuesday night at Municipal Stadium.
After giving head coach Mark Marquess his 1600th victory with a win against California, No. 20 Stanford men’s baseball (15-9, 3-4 Pac-12) heads south to take on USC (15-12, 4-5) with a three-game set beginning on Thursday at 6 p.m.
After three missed opportunities to deliver a milestone win for head coach Mark Marquess, No. 20 Stanford baseball (15-9, 3-4 Pac-12) exploded on offense in the fourth inning to put away rival Cal (12-14, 4-6) by a score of 8-4 on Tuesday at the Sunken Diamond.
Coming off an emotional series against Texas that featured two consecutive walk-off wins, No. 16 Stanford baseball (11-5) split a four-game set against Rice (6-11) in Houston over the weekend.
No 16. Stanford men’s baseball (9-3) had a memorable weekend at Sunken Diamond, as the team won its series against Texas (7-6) 3-1 including back-to-back walk-off victories in the second and third games from junior outfielder Quinn Brodey.
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).