The road to a sixth straight Pac-12 Championship for No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer (13-1-3, 6-1-2 Pac-12) led the Cardinal to No. 1 Washington (14-3-0, 7-2-0 Pac-12) in Seattle in a must-win match. Stanford left the field with a 1-0 victory, which keeps their championship aspirations intact, despite a tightly contested affair.
On a cold Thursday night at Paul Lorenz Field in Corvallis, Oregon, No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer (12-1-2, 5-1-1 Pac-12) traded yellow cards and game-defining defensive saves with Oregon State (7-5-2, 4-2-2 Pac-12) before finally ending in a draw. The two teams finished all 110’ of regular time and overtime with a 0-0 score.
No. 5 Stanford men’s soccer (10-1-2, 3-1-1 Pac-12) will kick off the second half of their conference season with a game against San Diego State (3-10-1, 0-7-0 Pac-12) on Thursday in a Halloween night matchup, followed UCLA (5-8-2, 1-5-1 Pac-12) on Sunday afternoon.
After seizing top-five finishes across the board at the Head of the Charles regatta last weekend in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Stanford women’s lightweight rowing fought against harsh competition and fatigue to remain strong at the Head of the American regatta on a balmy Folsom Saturday afternoon. With this regatta, the team concludes the head-race-oriented fall season with both of the Varsity Eights finishing in the top eight of 21 crews and the Four at 12th place.
With a quick victory over the Colorado Buffaloes (8-9, 0-7 Pac-12) on Friday, No. 2 women’s volleyball (12-3, 6-1 Pac-12) stretched their winning streak to five. The Cardinal secured the win in three sets (25-22, 25-12, 25-14), despite an error-riddled opening set.
No. 7 Stanford men’s soccer (7-1-2, 1-1-1 Pac-12) will head south for two Pac-12 matchups versus UCLA (5-4-1, 1-2-0 Pac-12) and San Diego State (3-5-1, 0-3-0 Pac-12) this weekend. These games are key for the Cardinal because the men have not claimed a win in their last three games.
No. 2 Stanford men’s soccer (7-1-1, 1-2 Pac-12) suffered its first loss of the season against No. 7 Washington (8-1, 2-0 Pac-12) at home on Thursday night. Despite skillful goalkeeping, Stanford’s weakened defense proved to be insufficient against a strong Husky team.
No. 5 Stanford (22-5, 8-2 Pac-12) picked up right where it left off with another barrage of home runs to take the first game of the series against Washington (15-13, 5-8 Pac-12), who the Cardinal beat in the final game of the last year’s regular season to win the Pac-12 title.