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Penalty shootout victory for Stanford men’s soccer

Sunday’s tournament match for Stanford men’s soccer can be summarized in just two words– ANDREW THOMAS. The redshirt senior goalkeeper denied one Saint Mary’s (18-0-2, 6-0-1 WCC) penalty kick and watched another clang off the crossbar as the No. 9 seeded Stanford (12-3-5, 7-2-1 Pac 12) advanced 4-2 on penalties over the eight seed in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

Women’s lacrosse outdueled in Dallas

In a competitive match between two top-15 teams, No. 12 Stanford women’s lacrosse fell short against a strong No. 10 Duke squad that took an early lead and kept the Cardinal at a well enough distance to comfortably finish the match 12-8.

After the first goal came from Blue Devil junior midfielder Maddie Crutchfield six minutes into the match, Stanford and Duke traded goals for remainder of the half and ultimately headed into halftime with a 4-3 Duke lead after Stanford narrowed the margin behind senior attacker Kelly Myers.