With the tie, the Cardinal finished fourth in the Pac-12 out of six teams. The Golden Bears end their campaign in dead last.
Due to scheduling changes during COVID-19 this will be the third consecutive game in the Stanford-Oregon State series played in Oregon, and the Beavers have been quite literally unstoppable this season at home, going 4-0 at Reser Stadium thus far.
Stanford men’s tennis enjoyed a successful weekend at the ITA Fall National Championships in San Diego. Sophomore Arthur Fery, senior Alexandre Rotsaert, freshman Max Basing and fifth year Timothy Sah represented the Cardinal at the competition.
Stanford men’s soccer (5-6-5, 2-4-3 Pac-12) traveled up to the Pacific Northwest this weekend and left with a draw against one of the top teams in the nation. The Cardinal tied No. 4 Washington (12-1-1, 4-1-1 Pac-12) 0-0 after neither side was able to score in regulation or the two overtime periods.
Stanford men’s tennis had a successful weekend in Seattle at the ITA Northwest Super Regional Championships, with sophomore Arthur Fery capturing the singles title before teaming up with senior Alexandre Rotsaert for the doubles championship.
Things were looking bleak for the Cardinal men’s soccer team (4-5-2, 1-3-1 Pac-12) halfway through the first half after the Beavers took a 2-0 lead off of a penalty kick. Stanford battled back though, earning a 2-2 draw against No. 15 Oregon State (7-1-2, 3-0-1 Pac-12). Redshirt sophomore forward Carlo Agostinelli and junior forward Gabe Segal were the goalscorers for the Cardinal.
Coming off a tough double overtime loss to Saint Mary’s, Stanford men’s soccer (4-4-1, 1-2-0 Pac-12) got the pick-me-up it needed, thoroughly thrashing Bay Area rival Cal (2-6-1, 0-3-0 Pac-12) 5-0 in this season’s first Big Clásico.
Monday night, Stanford men’s soccer (3-4-1, 0-2-0 Pac-12) controlled most of the possession and had more attacking chances than their opponent, yet the team was not able to turn any of those opportunities into goals, ultimately losing in overtime to Saint Mary’s (7-3-0, 0-0-0 WCC) 1-0.
Stanford men’s soccer (3-3-1, 0-2-0 Pac-12) desperately needed to get back in the win column after dropping its first two Pac-12 matches of the season, and not recording a victory since Sept. 6. In a break from conference play, the Cardinal did what they needed to do, defeating UC Irvine (2-6-1, 0-0-0 Big West) 2-0 at Cagan Stadium.
The last time the football team took the field in Stanford Stadium was a loss to Colorado on Nov. 14, 2020. But Stanford hasn’t played in front of home fans since Nov. 30, 2019, when they lost to then No. 15 Notre Dame. Now on a two-game win streak, however, the Cardinal (2-1, 1-0 Pac-12) direct their attention to No. 24 UCLA (2-1, 0-0 Pac-12) — a front-runner for the Pac-12 South title despite the fact that the Bruins have yet to play a conference game.
No. 14 Southern California enters the 2021 game off of a commanding 30-7 win against San José State in USC’s home opener, while the unranked Cardinal hope to improve upon a lackluster 24-7 loss to Kansas State. That being said, it seems like the Trojans’ game to lose.
Head coach Jeremy Gunn stuck with the same lineup that saw his squad get its first win of the season four days prior against Pacific, and his decision paid off. No. 25 Stanford men’s soccer (2-1-0, 0-0-0 Pac-12) defeated UC Santa Barbara (2-1-1, 0-0-0 Big West) 2-1, holding off a late push from the Gauchos.
After dropping its season opener on the road in Dallas against SMU, No. 25 Stanford men’s soccer (1-1, 0-0 Pac-12) continued their road trip, this time notching their first win of the season 4-0 against Pacific (1-1, 0-0 WCC).