This year, Cardinal water polo returned to the NCAA championship game for the first time in a decade but fell short of its ultimate goal of reclaiming the national title, losing to embittered rival USC in the NCAA final.
No. 3 Stanford men’s water polo (18-3, 2-1 MPSF) won its final game of the season at home against Santa Clara (7-15) during senior night on Saturday. The Cardinal senior spurred the team and led their teammates to a 18-3 win.
Coming off a win against the UCLA Bruins at home, No. 3 Stanford men’s (16-3, 1-1 MPSF) water polo plays host to top-ranked California (18-1, 2-0) on Thursday afternoon for its penultimate game of the season.
Fourth-ranked Stanford Men’s Water polo (16-3, 1-1 MPSF) extended its win streak to ten games while taking a big step towards an MPSF title as it edged No. 3 UCLA (16-3, 02) 7-5 at home this Saturday.
No. 6 Stanford men’s water polo (12-5, 4-4 MPSF) will travel to Berkeley to face No. 3 Cal (17-3, 0-2 MPSF) for ‘The Big Splash’ at the Spieker Aquatics Complex on Saturday.
Despite Stanford football having a bye, it remained a busy weekend on The Farm as men’s and women’s soccer, men’s water polo and women’s volleyball went undefeated, bringing in six wins in seven games at home this weekend, with women’s soccer tallying the only draw. The sole Cardinal team on the road, field hockey, dropped its two matches in Syracuse, New York.
No. 5 Stanford men’s water polo kicked its season off to an undefeated start, posting four double-digit victories over the weekend at the Triton and UCLA Invitationals, both in San Diego, California. The Cardinal (4-0) dominated No. 9 UC San Diego (0-2), their only Division I opponent of the weekend, and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (0-2) on Saturday…
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