The nation’s most formidable home volleyball team returns to the Farm tonight. Riding a 27-match home winning streak, No. 2 Stanford women’s volleyball (20-1, 12-0 Pac-12) takes on Colorado (14-10, 6-7) tonight and Utah (13-10, 5-7) on Sunday.
Second-ranked Stanford Women’s Volleyball (20-1, 12-0) picked up two more wins over ranked teams this weekend, going on the road to sweep No. 15 USC and No. 20 UCLA in Los Angeles. The Cardinal have twelve such ranked victories, first in the nation by a wide margin. Junior outside hitter Kathryn Plummer led the team with 28 total kills and also chipped in 20 digs over the weekend to help Stanford secure its 18th straight 20 win season and move closer to a second straight Pac-12 Championship.
No. 2 Stanford women’s volleyball is perfect through the first half of Pac-12 play. The Cardinal (18-1, 10-0 Pac-12) travel to Southern California this weekend to play No. 15 USC (15-6, 7-3) on Friday and No. 20 UCLA (11-6, 6-4) on Sunday.
No. 2 women’s water polo (20-4) had dominated almost every team on its way to the NCAA Championship game.
Using a strong first quarter and getting great minutes from sophomore DiJonai Carrington off the bench, second-seeded Stanford women’s basketball (21-9, 14-3 Pac-12) came away with a 69-59 win over No. 5 USC (20-11, 9-9) to move on to the semifinals of the Pac-12 Tournament on Friday night.
No. 16 Stanford women’s basketball (20-9, 14-3) took the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament off due to being the second-seed. Now, the Cardinal will face USC (20-10, 9-9) in the second round after the Trojans defeated Washington State 47-44 on Thursday.
Freshman guard Daejon Davis’ game-tying three with four seconds left just missed as Stanford men’s basketball (11-10, 5-3 Pac-12) fell to USC (16-6, 7-2) in a grinding 69-64 road loss on Wednesday evening. The Trojans came out of the gate strong, taking advantage of Trojans forward Chimezie Metu’s strength down low and guard Jonah Matthew’s…
The Cardinal are coming off two bigs wins against UCLA and USC. The season hasn’t started the off well for Stanford but with the return of Dorian Pickens and the debut of Kezie Okpala, the team might be turning it around. King Jemison and Jose Saldana discuss the team’s recent performances, the freshmen renaissance and the upcoming game against Washington.