No. 2 Stanford (35-8, 17-4 Pac-12) defeated the Santa Clara Broncos (11-35) 5-1 in Tuesday’s home matchup. Broncos redshirt sophomore outfielder Andre Nnebe made it exciting in the top of the third inning, achieving the first run of the game with a two-out knock to left field after a series of Santa Clara singles. However,…
Returning home from last weekend’s series against USC, No. 2 Stanford (34-8, 17-4 Pac-12) will face the Santa Clara Broncos (11-34) for the final time this season tonight at Sunken Diamond.
No. 2 Stanford (34-8, 17-4 Pac-12) picked up a series win at USC (20-24-1, 9-11-1 Pac-12) this past weekend. The Cardinal are now tied atop the conference standings with No. 3 Oregon State (31-14-1 17-4 Pac-12) and retain a single game lead over No. 1 UCLA (37-8, 16-5 Pac-12).
Decades of history will collide this weekend when No. 2 Stanford (31-7, 15-3 Pac-12) steps on to Dedeaux field to face USC (19-22-1, 8-9-1 Pac-12) for a three game series.
No. 2 Stanford (32-7, 15-3 Pac-12) traveled to Santa Clara (10-32, 3-15 WCC) on Tuesday, and for the sixth consecutive contest in the all-time series came away with a victory to the tune of 7-1.
With 13 runs and a grand slam in each of their last two games, No. 3 Stanford salvaged a series win over Arizona after Sunday’s 13-5 home victory.
After dropping Game 1, No. 3 Stanford (29-7, 13-3 Pac-12) provided an emphatic Game 2 response with a 13-3 victory over Arizona (19-20, 7-12 Pac-12).
Stanford head coach David Esquer called the errors “a sign of the quality of play” in No. 3 Stanford’s Friday night loss to Arizona.