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.
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.
Coming off of its weekend sweep of Kansas at home, Stanford baseball (5-2) will return to Sunken Diamond once more for a single game against the UC Davis Aggies (3-2) on Tuesday.
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).
No. 23 Stanford men’s baseball opened its season on Thursday with the first or three games set against No. 8 Cal State Fullerton at 7 p.m. While sophomore Kris Bubic pitched a near-perfect game, a lackluster offensive performance meant that the Cardinal dropped the first game of the season, 1-0. Bubic did not allow a man on…
Lights-out pitching and a big third inning propelled Stanford baseball (18-9, 6-3 Pac-12) to a 10-0 win over San Jose State (10-22) Tuesday night. The Cardinal pitching staff allowed a combined three hits while tallying nine strike outs, effectively neutralizing the Spartan threat and taking the pressure off of Stanford’s hot bats. Every player in…
With a 8-1 win in the rubber match against USC (12-14, 3-3 Pac-12) on Sunday, Stanford baseball (14-8, 4-2) captured its third straight series victory by taking two of three from the Trojans. While the Cardinal dropped the first game of the series 1-0 on Friday, a late-inning offensive explosion carried the squad to an 11-8 win on Saturday before the bats carried through to Sunday’s finale.