This weekend, No. 16 men’s swimming (4-1, 3-1 Pac-12) came in third in Pac-12 Championships in Federal Way, Washington. The Cardinal came in behind No. 2 Cal and No. 10 Arizona. The team now has two weeks off before competing in NCAA Championships on March 25-28.
Since Wednesday, No. 16 men’s swimming (4-1, 3-1 Pac-12) has been competing in the Pac-12 Championships in Federal Way, Washington. Stanford is currently in the lead — 15.5 points ahead of second-place Berkeley.
Women’s gymnastics (0-8, 0-7 Pac-12) fell to Arizona State (3-1-5, 3-1-3 Pac-12) on Senior Night Monday, 195.975-196.575. Led by junior Kyla Bryant, the Cardinal put up an outstanding performance on floor, but were unable to match ASU’s performance on beam and vault. Stanford started on vault, where Bryant led the team with an impressive 9.900.…
Despite both losses, Stanford put up solid performances, with its best road score this season coming against Oklahoma.
This Saturday, No. 16 men’s swimming (4-1, 3-1 Pac-12) had their first loss of the season in a Senior Day dual meet at home against No. 2 Cal (6-0, 4-0 Pac-12). The Cardinal lost 198-98. This weekend marked the end of the regular season. The team will have a week off, then will compete in Pac-12 Championships in Federal Way, Washington.
No. 16 men’s swimming (4-0, 3-0 Pac-12) takes on No. 2 Cal (5-0, 3-0 Pac-12) at Avery Aquatic Center on Saturday, marking the final dual meet of the season, and Stanford’s Senior Day. The Cardinal take on their strongest opponent yet this weekend, coming off momentum from an undefeated season. In its most recent dual…
Over the weekend, No. 12 men’s swimming (4-0, 3-0 Pac-12) defeated USC (0-4, 0-3 Pac-12) in Los Angeles, 190-109. Junior Alex Liang led the team to victory, coming in first in multiple individual events.
This Saturday, No. 19 men’s swimming (3-0, 2-0 Pac-12) will take on USC (0-3, 0-2 Pac-12) in Los Angeles on the Trojans’ senior day. This will mark the second-to-last meet of the regular season. Two weeks ago, Stanford went head-to-head with No. 11 Arizona and No. 13 Arizona State. Despite their lower ranking, the Cardinal…
Friday’s meet saw a 178-119 victory over UCLA, and on Saturday the Cardinal beat USC 183.5-110.5.
The Cardinal women have not lost a dual meet since 2015, so they are heavily favored to come out victorious again this weekend.
No. 2 Stanford men’s gymnastics and No. 25 women’s gymnastics both compete Sunday; the men’s team is set to enter the Pac-12 Invite Open against No. 9 Cal, No. 14 Arizona State and No. 17 Washington in Berkeley. Meanwhile, the women’s team will compete against No. 15 Oregon State.
No. 1 women’s swimming and diving (4-0, 3-0 Pac-12) had a double-header against Arizona State (2-5, 1-4 Pac-12) on Friday and Arizona (3-5, 0-4 Pac-12) on Saturday and emerged victorious in both meets. In the first meets since before winter break, the Cardinal came out ready to race.
Women’s gymnastics fell to No. 8 Cal, 195.550-197.325, in a hard-fought meet in Berkeley on Sunday. In front of a crowd of over 1,400 Bears fans, the No. 25 Cardinal started out with a tough round on bars, and despite coming back with season-bests in vault and floor, were bested in each event.
On Saturday, No. 2 women’s water polo will compete in the season-opening Loustrong Memorial tournament in San Jose, CA. The team is scheduled to take on No. 18 San Jose State, followed by a quick turnaround with Sonoma State.
The Cardinal enter the competition after claiming the MPSF tournament title on Nov. 24.
No. 1 men’s water polo secured its second-consecutive and seventh-overall MPSF conference title over the weekend. Entering the tournament as the second seed, Stanford won its semifinals match against No. 3 seed UCLA in overtime on Saturday. Then, the Cardinal headed to the finals on Sunday and defeated fourth-seeded Cal for the MPSF title. After…
From the first Big Game in 1892 to last year’s rendition, Stanford has accumulated a 64-46-11 overall record against Cal. However, as Stanford fans are well aware, the most important Big Games have been those since 2010, as Stanford rides the longest winning streak in Big Game history.
This weekend, No. 1 men’s water polo (17-2, 2-1 MPSF) will enter the MPSF tournament in Berkeley. Coming off of a big 17-11 win last weekend against No. 3 UCLA (16-3, 1-2 MPSF), the Cardinal has momentum in their favor.
This weekend, Nov. 21-23, No. 6 women’s swimming and diving and No. 11 men’s swimming and diving will compete in the Art Adamson Invitational at Texas A&M for the first big invitational meet of the year. Both teams are early in their seasons and are coming off of a month-long break since their last meets.
Redshirt junior Ben Hallock netted a team-high five goals in the affair as No. 1 Stanford men’s water polo (17-2, 2-1 MPSF) claimed a 17-11 victory over No. 3 UCLA (16-3, 1-2 MPSF) in front of a packed crowd at Avery Aquatic Center on Saturday.
No. T-1 Stanford men’s water polo (16-2, 1-1 MPSF) will celebrate Senior Day on Saturday afternoon when it hosts No. 3 UCLA (16-2, 1-1 MPSF) in the final game of the regular season before beginning the MPSF Championship tournament on Nov. 22.
No. 1 wen’s water polo (15-2, 0-1 MPSF) had a close game this Saturday in Los Angeles, resulting in a tough 8-9 loss against No. 7 USC (10-4, 1-0 MPSF) at the Trojans’ senior day. The game broke Stanford’s 10-game winning streak. Entering the game, Stanford’s only loss of the season had been against No. 2 UC Santa Barbara in September.
No 1. Stanford women’s swimming and diving (2-0, 1-0 Pac-12) claimed their second victory of the season against Washington State (1-2, 0-1 Pac-12) yesterday at home. The Cardinal swept the meet, winning 165-86 and extending their dual meet winning streak to 31 straight victories.