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Cardinal swept away amidst flurry of Husky offense

Stanford softball’s season took a sad turn this weekend in Seattle, as the Cardinal were blasted in three consecutive games by No. 20 Washington. Desperately in need of healthy pitchers, the 2015 season is on a downward spiral for the Cardinal, as they have lost eight of their first nine games to start conference play. With Stanford pitchers…

Cohn: Reflecting on the 2014 softball season

How do you define success in life? Is it measured by getting A’s in every class, or by winning conference and national championships in athletics? Our society as a whole largely holds this viewpoint, as winners and champions are consistently elevated to a rarefied status; their achievements are often the only factor we use in order to judge their contributions to our culture.

Stanford softball seeks statement in Westwood

The Pac-12 Conference in softball is one of the toughest draws in collegiate athletics this season, featuring five top-15 teams, including the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 teams in the nation. Unfortunately for the Cardinal (28-21, 3-15 Pac-12), the gauntlet at the back end of their schedule matches them up against the toughest of their conference competition in consecutive series, as Stanford will take to the road and visit No. 2 UCLA (44-4, 15-3) just a week after suffering a sweep at the hands of No. 1 Oregon.