On Friday and Saturday, No. 25 Stanford men’s wrestling (7-3, 1-1 Pac-12) fell to both No. 20 Purdue (6-8, 2-5 Big-10) and Indiana (5-10, 1-6 Big-10) at 9-22 and 7-30, respectively.
No. 25 Stanford men’s wrestling (7-1, 1-1 Pac-12) heads out today for a dual meet against No. 20 Purdue (5-7, 2-4 Big-10) in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Stanford men’s volleyball completes their eight game homestand with a pair of wins over No. 15 Purdue Fort Wayne (4-4). The eighth-ranked Cardinal (7-1) dragged themselves to the finish line Friday night in an unpleasant 3-1 win. The team made adjustments and came back Saturday night to a much more solid 3-0 victory.
Stanford softball (7-3) brings a two-game winning streak into the Mary Nutter Classic today in Cathedral City California. The competition, which brings top softball programs from around the country together, will be played out in quick succession, with Stanford playing five games in just three days.
With a decisive win against the CSUN Matadors in the books, No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball (3-1) will now fly south to play in the Cancun Challenge. The Cardinal face Northeastern (2-2), Wichita State (1-2) and Purdue (1-3) on consecutive days starting on Thanksgiving.
After getting upset by Gonzaga at home just two days prior, No. 11 Stanford women’s basketball (3-1) rebounded by trouncing the CSUN Matadors (2-2) 88-54 on Sunday.
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.