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.
Although the highlight of the weekend may be senior outfielder Brandon Wulff playing the national anthem on the piano before Saturday’s game, there will be plenty of fireworks when No. 3 Stanford (29-6, 13-2 Pac-12) hosts Arizona (18-20, 6-12 Pac-12).
There are plenty of opportunities during Admit Weekend to see the Stanford Cardinal do battle on land and in the water. Women’s water polo, baseball, and softball will all have games throughout the weekend.
Despite a slow start, No. 3 Stanford baseball found its fifth consecutive win on Tuesday night, defeating San Jose State to the tune of 15-7. Stanford has now scored 56 runs over their last four games, and ninth multi-home run game of their last 11.
With a bases-loaded walk-off single, No. 3 Stanford (27-6, 11-2 Pac-12) completed a come-from-behind victory over Gonzaga (19-16, 12-6 WCC) in a high-scoring 11-10 affair.
For the first time in 26 midweek games, No. 4 Stanford (24-6, 10-2) was handed a defeat. The streak, which dated back to April 26, 2016, was snapped by UC Davis (11-18, 3-6 Pac-12) after Tuesday’s 8-6 home loss. RHP Blake Hannah (3-3, 8.37 ERA) started for the Aggies, who used seven pitchers, with no…