Twenty-eight Stanford track and field athletes will test their luck against a stacked field at the NCAA West Prelims in College Station, Texas from Wednesday through Saturday.
Having had only seven partial- or full-team competitions on its regular-season schedule to prepare, Stanford track and field ventures to Southern California for the Pac-12 Championships. USC will play host to the three-day competition, which gets underway on Friday, as Cardinal athletes seek to qualify for the next stage of the postseason: NCAA West Prelims.
The second round of the NCAA tournament was the end of the road for No. 21 Stanford men's tennis (11-6, 6-1 Pac-12). No. 5 Virginia (23-2, 12-0 ACC) took control of the match in singles play to continue its title search and send the Cardinal back to the Farm.
Despite an early 7 a.m. PT start time, No. 21 Stanford men's tennis (11-5, 6-1 Pac-12) was apparently wide awake for a matchup against No. 40 LSU (12-13, 4-8 SEC) in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday.
In its penultimate competition of the regular season, Stanford track and field tallied nine individual victories at the Oregon Relays on Friday and Saturday. Redshirt freshman sprinter Alexa Rossum paced the Cardinal with two event titles — her first collegiate outdoor victories.
Last weekend, Stanford track and field's distance squad and throwers travelled to Eugene to represent the Cardinal at the dual-location West Coast Classic. This week, the Cardinal return to Oregon and the infamous Hayward Field to take on 15 other teams at the Oregon Relays on Friday and Saturday.
After going 3-1 last weekend at the Pac-12/WCC Challenge, No. 11 Stanford beach volleyball (17-8, 6-4 Pac-12) will take on Santa Clara in a Thursday matinée on the Farm.
After a week that featured a cancellation and a 2-4 loss to Oregon, No. 15 (ITA Coaches Poll) Stanford men's tennis (8-4, 5-1 Pac-12) will close its regular season on Sunday with a match against Washington.
After a two-week break from competition, Stanford track and field divides its forces between Eugene, Ore. and Tuscon, Ariz. to take on six other schools at the West Coast Classic on Saturday. The Cardinal will measure up against five Pac-12 foes — Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, Oregon and UCLA — as distance and throwers head north to the famed Hayward Field and sprinters and jumpers take to the desert.
The season's toughest weekend thus far proved to be too much for No. 7 Stanford beach volleyball (14-7, 6-6 Pac-12). Snapping a program-record 13-match win streak, the Cardinal fell in four matches over two days at the Pac-12 North Invitational in Tuscon as No. 12 Arizona, No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 USC and No. 11 Cal each handed Stanford a loss.
Returning to the desert for the second time in two weeks, Stanford will face No. 12 Arizona, No. 1 UCLA, No. 2 USC and No. 11 Cal at the Pac-12 North Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.
In its first and only home meet of the season, Stanford track and field took on an array of Pac-12 foes and outside competitors in the two-day Stanford Invitational. Conference challengers included Washington, UCLA, USC and Bay-Area rival Cal, each of which showcased the Pac-12's strength.
With a 10-game win streak as momentum, the Cardinal faces Saint Mary's (2-2, 1-0 WCC) on Thursday in search of a program-record-tying 11th straight win.
With four weekend wins, No. 18 Stanford beach volleyball (11-3, 5-2 Pac-12) extended its win streak to 10, just one short of the program record set in 2018.
A busy four-match weekend in Tuscon at the Pac-12 South Invitational serves as an opportunity for No. 18 Stanford beach volleyball (7-3, 1-2 Pac-12) to extend its win streak.
Saint Mary's (2-7, 2-2 WCC) visited the Farm on Wednesday, but the Gaels were nothing that Stanford men's tennis (2-0, 0-0 Pac-12) could not handle.
For the 27th consecutive year, Stanford men's and women's cross country teams will both compete on the national stage at the NCAA Championships after claiming the team titles at the Pac-12 Championships on March 5.
Stanford men's tennis (1-0, 0-0 Pac-12) earned an easy 6-1 win over Santa Clara (2-2, 0-1 WCC) on Friday to remain perfect in 13 all-time meetings with the Broncos.
In four matches, No. 24 Stanford women's tennis (4-0, 2-0 Pac-12) has recorded four shutout victories. The next challenge for the Cardinal comes Thursday afternoon, when Saint Mary's (2-2, 0-0 WCC) visits the Farm.
After having just two competitions on their regular season schedules, the men's and women's cross country teams head north for the Pac-12 Championships in Washington on Friday.
After Stanford women's swimming fell second to No. 1 Cal at the Pac-12 Championships last week, it was time for Stanford men's swimming to test its luck. The team earned 788 points across four days of competition in Houston to also finish second.
The team split a pair of matches with No. 16 Long Beach State and fell twice to No. 2 UCLA.
In the last career home event for its three seniors 𑁋 guard Daejon Davis, guard Daniel Begovich and forward Oscar da Silva 𑁋 Stanford men's basketball (14-1, 10-9 Pac-12) fell 73-62 to visiting Oregon State (13-11, 9-9 Pac-12) on Saturday.
With star senior forward Oscar da Silva sidelined and a loaded Oregon (15-5, 10-4 Pac-12) lineup ready to go, many anticipated that it would be a long night for Cardinal fans and Stanford men's basketball (14-10, 10-8 Pac-12). But when the teams headed to the locker rooms separated by just five points at halftime, it was clear that the Cardinal was not going down without a fight.