The Cardinal continued their stretch of dominance to open the season, winning all three matches they played in just over a 24-hour stretch in the tourney, and getting off to the team’s best start since the 2010 season when they went 14 matches before losing to UCLA.
When Levi’s Stadium opened on July 17, 2014, it signified the end of a long and controversial battle over the future home of the San Francisco 49ers. Levi’s Stadium will now become the sole home of the Niners, which played at the world-famous Candlestick Park from 1971 to 2013. Levi’s Stadium, based in Santa Clara,…
John Lennon’s 1971 song, “Imagine,” asks us to imagine a world without racial, social, religious and economic divisions. “Rolling Stone” magazine summarized it as “22 lines of graceful, plain-spoken faith in the power of a world, united in purpose, to repair and change itself.” Lennon, in an interview, said, “If you can imagine a world at peace, with no denominations of religion— not without religion but without this my-God-is-bigger-than-your-God thing— then it can become true.”
Tuesday night was a bit of a different story, as Stanford blew out Santa Clara by an 8-2 score, spurred by a five-run fourth inning that put the game away early. The Cardinal have now won 11 of their last 15 games in their push for the playoffs.
For the first time this season, the Stanford baseball team (21-20, 9-12 Pac-12) stands with a record above .500. After taking the final two games of the series against UCLA, the Cardinal hope to further improve their record as they prepare to face Santa Clara (22-25, 12-9 WCC) at Sunken Diamond on Tuesday evening.
Stanford baseball’s pitching staff was bailed out by its offense for a change, as the Cardinal scored 10 runs — their most in a 20-game span dating back to March 4 — to defeat Santa Clara (17-23, 8-7 WCC) 10-9 on Tuesday night.
In its penultimate non-conference game of the regular season, the Stanford softball team (27-18, 3-12 Pac-12) bulldozed Santa Clara (7-27, 2-4 WCC) 8-0 in a five-inning run-rule decision. The Cardinal were never tested by the Broncos in the brisk 79-minute contest, as they scored three runs in the bottom of the second inning before scoring five more runs in the bottom of the fifth to end the game early.
After falling short of winning a crucial series in Salt Lake City against Utah, the Stanford softball team (26-18, 3-12 Pac-12) will welcome the Santa Clara Broncos (7-26, 2-4 WCC) to Smith Family Stadium on Tuesday evening. The Card have no room for error over the last 11 games of their season if they hope…