Stanford’s men’s tennis team headed to Seattle this Thursday for the ITA Northwest Regional Championship, held at Washington’s Nordstrom Tennis Center. A total of 121 singles players and 58 doubles teams played in the tournament, including Pac-12 opponents and out-of-conference players from Eastern Washington, Gonzaga, Sacramento State, San Francisco, Seattle University, and St. Mary’s.
Stanford softball (18-27, 1-17) is set to play their final non conference matchup on Wednesday against St. Mary’s (16-26, 2-7), marking the first time the two square off this season after last playing against the Gaels at the Stanford Nike Invitational last year, with the teams each claiming a game.
There was a little bit of everything on Stanford baseball’s first road trip of the season — an extra-innings thriller, a comeback attempt falling just short and a few blowouts — but when all the dust cleared in Austin, the Cardinal (5-3) emerged from a four-game road series against No. 23 Texas (4-3) with a hard-earned series split thanks to a pair of stellar pitching performances in the first and last games of the series.
Cal men’s basketball (15-8, 5-5 Pac-12) has yet to lose a game at Haas Pavillion this year, and a hot shooting performance by the Bears ensured that streak would continue as Cal dispatched Stanford (11-10, 4-6) 76-61 on Saturday. The Cardinal have now lost four of their last five games.
No. 8 Stanford women’s tennis (2-2, 0-0 Pac-12) defeated the St. Mary’s Gaels (1-3, 0-0 WCC) by a 6-1 score on Friday at Taube Family Tennis Center, bouncing back from two tough losses last weekend in Nashville to No. 25 Ole Miss and No. 1 Vanderbilt that dropped the team under .500 for the first time in program history.
For the first time since the end of August and following a two-loss road trip, No. 8 Stanford women’s volleyball team (6-2) returned to The Farm this past weekend. It was just what the doctor ordered, as the team continued its stretch of dominance at Maples Pavilion with three-set victories over No. 24 Pacific and St.…
Senior Emily Newstrom scored four goals during Stanford lacrosse’s 22-2 rout of St. Mary’s in the East Bay on Sunday. Megan Zummo of St. Mary’s scored the lone two goals for the Gaels as Stanford improved to 9-5 and 5-0 in conference play, while St. Mary’s fell to 0-12 overall. In all, 15 Stanford players recorded…
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.