It’s the end of an era for women’s lacrosse, as the team’s most successful head coach of all time has announced her departure to take the head coaching job at Ohio State University this year.
On Friday evening, No. 19 Stanford women’s lacrosse (12-4, 6-3 PAC-12) rolled Cal 17-6, led by a Senior Day outburst from senior Monika Sivilli, who recorded her first career hat-trick in her last regular season game as a Cardinal.
Throughout the weekend, three California fires — one east of Chico and two west of Los Angeles — killed at least 31 people as of Sunday night and destroyed many more homes and communities.
The Perfect Storm July 22, 2017 — It is a rainy Saturday afternoon at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, England. The buzzer sounds in the 2017 FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup final. The U.S. team celebrates its 10-5 victory over Canada and its eighth gold medal with a dog pile. “It had not…
After 14 seasons in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, Stanford lacrosse (11-5, 6-2 MPSF) will enter its last MPSF Championship tournament on Thursday and look to claim its 10th trophy when it starts its slate of weekend action against Bay Area rival and No. 6 seed Cal (5-12, 2-6) in Los Angeles.
No. 17 Stanford women’s lacrosse (5-2, Pac-12 1-0) outscored unranked William and Mary (1-5, D1-CAA) 17-13 after a fast-paced dual this Wednesday night at Cagan Stadium. The Cardinal finished strong despite a difficult defensive game during the second half.
After a roller coaster start to the season, No. 15 Stanford women’s lacrosse (2-2) hits the road once again, this time heading to the midwest to square off against the Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0) at Ohio Stadium on Friday. The one-game road trip will be the third consecutive match on the road for the Cardinal…
In a competitive match between two top-15 teams, No. 12 Stanford women’s lacrosse fell short against a strong No. 10 Duke squad that took an early lead and kept the Cardinal at a well enough distance to comfortably finish the match 12-8.
After the first goal came from Blue Devil junior midfielder Maddie Crutchfield six minutes into the match, Stanford and Duke traded goals for remainder of the half and ultimately headed into halftime with a 4-3 Duke lead after Stanford narrowed the margin behind senior attacker Kelly Myers.