Stanford’s No. 20 beach volleyball team (10-14, 3-1 Pac-12) will play the final two games of the regular season at home this Saturday against No. 7 Cal Poly (19-9, 5-1) at 1PM PST and No. 11 California (17-7, 5-1) at 4PM PST. Stanford is coming off a much-needed 5-0 sweep over San Francisco on Saturday, during which no Cardinal duo dropped a single set. The victory was especially welcome considering Stanford had been limping away on a four game losing streak before that, most recent of which was a 0-5 defeat at the hands of No. 19 Saint Mary’s (17-6).
Top-ranked Stanford women’s water polo (17-1, 5-0 MPSF) will close their regular season with two final home games. No. 9 UC Davis (17-10, 3-2 Big West) will come to town for an evening showdown on Friday, and No. 20 San Jose State (10-12, 2-3 MPSF) will be on tap for Saturday’s Senior Day. The team’s…
Tomorrow, Stanford men’s swimming and diving will compete in their final meet of the season across the Bay against top-ranked California.
On Saturday, Stanford synchronized swimming competed in their only home meet of the season, defeating Lindenwood, who scratched in all but the team event. The meet also served as Senior Day for the team, honoring seniors Joanna Langner and Amanda Urke.
Over the weekend, the No. 3 Stanford women’s swimming and diving team (6-0, Pac-12 6-0) collected two more convincing wins against ranked opponents. Friday afternoon saw the downfall of No. 20 UCLA (8-2, 4-2), 163-128, while on Senior Day, No. 14 USC (6-2, 4-2) was trounced 187-107.
The Stanford women’s swimming and diving team (4-0, Pac-12 4-0) will play host for the final time this season against UCLA (8-0, 4-0) this afternoon and No. 7 USC (6-0, 4-0) on Saturday. Before Saturday’s meet, the team’s three seniors, Ella Eastin, Leah Stevens and Kim Williams, will be recognized after almost four standout years on the team.
An emotional day for 25 Stanford seniors playing their final game at Stanford Stadium ended in a victory for the No. 24 Cardinal (9-3, 6-3 Pac-12), as they defeated the Rice Owls (3-9, 2-6 Conference USA) 41-17 Saturday night in the rain.
After consecutive games on the road, No. 3 Stanford women’s soccer (13-1-1, 6-1 Pac-12) was eager to bring Pac-12 play back to Cagan Stadium as it shut out a top Pac-12 opponent, No. 22 Colorado (12-4, 6-1), 2-0 on Thursday night.