No. 1-seeded Stanford women’s soccer will face Santa Clara on Friday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. As the top seed, the Cardinal will host the second-round matchup in Cagan Stadium, their home field.
Top-seeded Stanford women’s soccer (18-1-1) moves on in its quest for a national championship after clinching a 4-0 victory over Houston Baptist (10-11-1) on Friday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
No. 5 Cardinal men’s water polo (9-2, 1-1 MPSF) defeated No. 20 Santa Clara (5-9, 1-1) 21-7 on Wednesday night at the Sullivan Aquatic Center in Santa Clara.
The No. 5 Stanford water polo team (8-2), finished fifth in the MPSF Invitational on Sunday following three wins against ranked teams and a loss to No. 4 Pacific in the weekend tournament.
As conference play continues with Utah next up for the Cardinal, No. 9 Stanford women’s basketball (11-3) will have to rebound from an uncharacteristically awful shooting performance on Monday and draw upon a more typical performances on both sides of the ball if the team wants to get back to its more normal ways and come out with the Pac-12 Championship.
The No. 5 men’s water polo team (20-6, 5-3 MPSF) blew away Santa Clara Tuesday night with a shutout 20-0 victory. This was the third matchup between the two teams this season, with the Cardinal coming out on top 18-0 and 18-5 in their previous meetings. After defeating No. 9 Pepperdine 21-11 last Friday, Stanford displayed further…
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Today held a lot of potential for No. 2 Stanford women’s water polo: potential to bounce back, to right the ship and, most importantly, to win after suffering their first loss of the season last weekend to now-No. 1 UCLA. In matchups against No. 20 Santa Clara and Sonoma State Thursday afternoon, the team was…