No. 5 Stanford women’s golf will compete in the NCAA Championships beginning on May 18 after claiming winning the NCAA Women’s Golf San Francisco Regional Championships last weekend.
The trip to the City of Angels wasn’t a godsend for No. 2 Stanford baseball (23-5, 6-3 Pac-12) as it dropped its first series of the year to No. 17 UCLA (19-8, 8-4) in a three-game series in Jackie Robinson Stadium.
No. 2 Stanford (22-3, 5-1 Pac-12) baseball faces its toughest test of the season when it heads down to Southern California to play No. 21 UCLA (17-7, 6-3) for a pivotal three-game series.
No. 46 Stanford women’s tennis (6-3, 2-0 Pac-12) started out conference play this weekend with two huge victories against No. 13 UCLA (8-3) on Friday and No. 47 USC (7-3) the next morning at Taube Family Tennis Stadium.
The fourth-seeded UCLA Bruins (21-10) dominated the fifth-seeded Cardinal 88-77 in the second round of the Pac-12 Tournament on the strength of Holiday’s 34 points and eight assists in T-Mobile Arena.
In the previous battles against Cal this season, Stanford men’s basketball (18-14) had tough games against the last-place team in the conference.
But on Wednesday in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament, the fifth-seeded Cardinal took care of business against the twelfth-seeded Bears (8-24), defeating their Bay Area rivals 76-58 in T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Stanford men’s basketball begins it’s Pac-12 Tournament with a first-round battle against Cal. King Jemison and Quinn Barry discuss the Cardinal vs. Cal, Stanford’s chances to beat UCLA and Arizona and which players should perform in Las Vegas.
Entering the Pac-12 Tournament as the second seed, No. 16 Stanford women’s basketball (20-9, 14-3 Pac -12) heads to Seattle for the first event of the postseason this weekend. The Cardinal will face the winner of USC (19-10, 9-9) and Washington State (3-14, 10-19) on Friday at 6 p.m. PST.