Offense, more offense, much more offense and solid starting pitching was No. 2 Stanford baseball’s (22-3) mantra in its 16-8 victory over Santa Clara (15-11) on a Tuesday evening affair on the road.
Stanford softball (10-7) finished 4-2 in the past six games starting with a double-header against Sacramento State on Thursday and then the Stanford Invitational starting on Friday.
After a very narrow 1-0 loss at the hands of Major League Soccer’s San Jose Earthquakes two weeks ago, the men’s soccer team returned to its winning ways with one of its best performances of a successful spring season in a 4-2 victory over Santa Clara last night.
The No. 4 Stanford men’s water polo team hits the road again Friday, this time to do battle with its nearby rival, the No. 11 Santa Clara Broncos. The game will take place at 6 p.m., under the lights at the Bronco’s home pool, Sullivan Aquatic Center…
Earlier this week, Stanford was singled out in the NSCAA poll as the nation’s No. 1 team. Now it’s up to the Cardinal (8-0-2) to defend that position and show why it has earned it.