The No. 6 Cardinal (14-0, 6-0 Pac-12) will be aiming high in its final nonconference match of the season against the unranked Broncos. In the past two weeks, Stanford has delivered four straight devastating blows to its opponents. The Stanford women defeated No. 51 UNLV, No. 27 Arizona State, No. 28 Arizona and most recently the unranked Cal Poly Mustangs, all without dropping a match.
After San Mateo County rejected Stanford’s proposal to spend $10 million to repair the Lower Alpine Trail in December, how these funds might be spent instead remains unclear.
The Los Altos Hills City Council has decided to delay the approval of a trail project funded by Stanford University, following objections from the surrounding community. The University offered Los Altos Hills $1.05 million worth of trail improvements in an effort to satisfy an agreement with the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors concerning its General Use Permit (GUP).
The Stanford men’s tennis team continued its impressive season last weekend, hosting and defeating No. 54 Santa Clara on Friday and No. 41 Nebraska on Saturday.
Stanford kicks off the tournament on Friday at 7 p.m., taking on the 16th-seeded Sacramento State Hornets (9-9-1). The winner of that match will survive to play on Sunday afternoon against either Santa Clara (12-6-2) or Long Beach State (14-5-2)…
On Friday night, the No. 4 Stanford men’s water polo team will look to continue a five-game winning streak when it battles No. 13 UC-Davis, before taking on No. 7 Pacific on Sunday.
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.