Behind individual NCAA titles by senior Akash Modi and junior Robert Neff, No. 2 Stanford men’s gymnastics placed fourth at the NCAA Championships on Saturday for the second time in program history with a team score of 421.500. The Cardinal finished behind No. 1 Oklahoma (431.950), No. 3 Ohio State (423.700) and No. 4 Illinois…
In its first regatta of the year, Stanford women’s rowing swept all four of its races against UCLA and San Diego State on Saturday morning in Los Angeles to start the season on fire.
After a staggering start to the season, No. 15 Stanford lacrosse (3-2, 2-0 MPSF) took their fifth straight over the Ohio State Buckeyes (4-1, 3-1) in an offensive display, scoring 11 in the second half to cruise to a 19-9 victory on Friday.
One week after back-to-back losses against No. 1 Ohio State (5-0), No. 10 Stanford men’s volleyball (3-2) hopes to rebound with a match this Friday against No. 7 Pepperdine in Malibu, CA.
No. 10 Stanford men’s volleyball (3-2) was edged out in two consecutive matches against No. 1 Ohio State (5-0) this past weekend at Stanford. The defending national champion Buckeyes took both matches in a two-day doubleheader by scores of 3-0, dominating both games.
With Stanford’s season opener against Kansas State looming, a few members of The Daily Sports Staff — Vihan Lakshman (VL), Michael Peterson (MP), Sanjay Srinivas (SS), Andrew Mather (AM), Do-Hyoung Park (DHP), Nicky Sullivan (NS) and Alexa Philippou (AO) — provided their predictions on how the Cardinal will fare this season and which teams will emerge as among the top in the nation.
After 46 seasons as a collegiate coach and six years at Stanford, Randy Hart, one of the most distinguished and experienced defensive line coaches in the nation, announced his retirement from coaching on Tuesday.
This is the sixth installment of The Stanford Daily’s seven-part preview series on the Iowa Hawkeyes, who will face Stanford in the 102nd Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on Jan. 1, 2016. This piece will look at Iowa’s special teams.