After a well-fought weekend, No. 17 Stanford baseball (19-12, 5-7 Pac-12) finished with one win and two losses in a three-game series against UCLA (16-16, 9-6). The Cardinal came back strong on Friday after a scoreless first matchup but lost in extra innings on Saturday to close out their play against the Bruins.
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.
With head coach Mark Marquess just one win away from becoming the fifth coach in NCAA history to reach 1,600 career wins, No. 15 Stanford baseball (14-9, 2-4 Pac-12) missed the opportunity to deliver the victory over the home weekend, dropping three straight against top-ranked Oregon State (24-1, 9-0).
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.
Despite tossing his third quality start in as many opportunities this season, sophomore Kris Bubic took his second hard-luck loss of the season as No. 22 Stanford baseball (6-3) failed to score in a quiet 4-0 loss to Texas (7-3). With the loss, the Cardinal snapped a six-game win streak as well as a 12-game home win streak which dated back to last season.
With postseason hopes on the line, Stanford baseball (28-23, 12-15 Pac-12) finished off its final road trip of the season with a series loss against Washington (31-19, 16-11). Although the Pac-12 standings are still pretty bunched, the Cardinal’s playoff window is closing rapidly. With two dramatic finishes — a Washington walk-off on Friday and a Stanford…
Stanford baseball (27-21, 11-13 Pac-12) came away with two wins against UC Davis (16-31) today after they finished a suspended game from March 21 and won the scheduled game 3-1. An eighth inning go-ahead RBI single from junior Tommy Edman broke the 1-1 tie, and the Cardinal followed up with a double from sophomore Quinn…