It was a disappointing end to a tumultuous season as Stanford men’s volleyball (6-20, 3-9 MPSF) was obliterated by No. 2 UCLA (23-6, 9-3) in the first round of the MPSF tournament. The Cardinal were swept under the rug by a score of 3-0 as they hit a season low .057 on the match.
Stanford men’s volleyball (6-17, 3-7 MPSF) concluded their home matches for the season on a high note, claiming wins over No. 13 Grand Canyon (16-10, 3-7) and No. 14 Concordia (13-14, 4-7) on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. Despite struggles throughout the season, the team’s spring break and seven-game homestand ended successfully, culminating in an impressive senior night victory.
Stanford men’s volleyball (3-13, 1-4 MPSF) came out strong, winning the first two sets on Saturday against BYU, to then fall in the last three and be defeated by the No. 6 team in the nation.
Stanford men’s volleyball had a tough end of the week on the road, losing to No. 14 USC (4-7, 1-0 MPSF) on Thursday night and then to No. 12 CSUN (7-4) on Saturday. Both teams haven’t had the most stable seasons, with the Cardinal having a four-game losing streak before a win against UC San…
Stanford men’s volleyball (2-8) had a split weekend, taking a loss at UC Irvine on Friday and then coming back to beat UC San Diego on Saturday, breaking a four-game losing streak for the Cardinal. Both games were on the road, where Stanford will stay for another four games.
The Cardinal was defeated by No. 1 Long Beach State on Saturday at Maples Pavilion in a highly competitive three-set match. Despite the final outcome, the Cardinal put up a good fight against the number one team in the country.
On a senior night that recognized the final regular season match at Maples Pavilion for three Cardinal players, No. 9 Stanford men’s volleyball (12-11, 7-9 MPSF) delivered a five-set comeback victory over UC San Diego (7-17, 3-13) on Saturday, ending a four-game losing streak and clinching a spot in the MPSF playoffs, its ninth in the past ten years.
This past weekend, Stanford men’s volleyball (11-9, 6-7 MPSF) flew across the Pacific in hopes of at least one underdog win against No. 4 Hawaii (20-2, 10-2). The team was not wishing this without precedent, as the then-No. 6 Cardinal took out then-No. 4 Hawaii twice last year in a doubleheader at Maples Pavilion.