There is an eerie déjà vu about this season for Stanford women’s water polo. They started the season strong — undefeated. Just like last year. They rolled through early exhibitions and claimed the Stanford Invitational title. Just like last year. The streak carried them all the way to the UC Irvine invitational — where they…
Though a silver medal is certainly always something to be proud of, this one comes with an ounce of disappointment for the Card. A 7-6 loss to the No. 2 UCLA Bruins in the finals of the UC Irvine Invitational, snaps the Cardinal win streak at 27 straight. The déjà vu is all too real…
You would be hard-pressed to find a more decorated and successful Stanford Athletics program over the past few years than women’s water polo.
When the No. 1 Cardinal take the pool for this weekend’s MPSF Tournament, they will be seeking their first conference title since 2006 at the tail end of yet another phenomenal regular season — a familiar storyline in recent years.
With its 33rd straight win over rival Cal last Friday, the No. 1 Stanford women’s water polo team wrapped up its fourth straight undefeated Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) regular season. The Cardinal (26-1, 6-0 MPSF) now turns its attention to the MPSF Championship, which will take place this weekend in Berkeley.
The No. 2 Stanford women’s water polo team will welcome No. 4 UCLA to the Avery Aquatic Center this Saturday for a match with heavy conference implications. Stanford’s senior class will also be recognized at the game.
The No. 1 Stanford women’s water polo team saw its perfect season come to an end on Sunday, as it suffered its first defeat of the year at the hands of Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) foe No. 3 UCLA.
The top-ranked Stanford women’s water polo team continued its undefeated season with victories against No. 8 Arizona State, No. 4 UCLA and No. 15 UC-Davis in recent weeks.