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…
On Tuesday evening, the Cardinal (26-21, 11-13 Pac-12) hit rock bottom as it fell to Santa Clara (13-37, 0-21 WCC) by a score of 3-0 as Stanford extended its losing streak to six games, spanning arguably the most important stretch of its season. Stanford’s bats fell completely lifeless as Broncos senior righty Tommy Nance tossed a complete-game masterpiece and kept the Cardinal hitters from making solid contact all evening.
With a 3-2 win over Pacific yesterday, the Stanford sand volleyball team extended its season record to 4-1 and will head into its own Stanford Tournament this Sunday with the momentum of two straight wins.
No. 15 Stanford will face Saint Mary’s at the Smith Family Stadium on campus tonight. The Card is on a run of good form, lead by senior Jenna Rich and Sophomore Cassandra Roulund
After a perfect April so far, the No. 13 Stanford women’s tennis team heads to the dessert to face No. 75 Arizona and No. 21 Arizona State this weekend.
The Stanford sand volleyball team won its inaugural contest in style, defeating Santa Clara 4-1 at the ACSR Sand Volleyball Courts on Tuesday. A crowd of over 200 fans showed up to support the Cardinal and catch a little slice of history.
Fans of the Stanford men’s basketball team may have spotted a couple of all-too-familiar faces in the student section this year. Towering above most of the rest of the Sixth Man Club, two of last year’s NIT-winning stars, Andrew Zimmermann ‘12 and Jack Trotter ‘12, have been not-so-quietly making their presence felt. Intrigued by the…