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Savanna Stewart
Savanna Stewart is a managing editor in the Sports section. She is a junior from Twin Bridges, Montana studying Political Science and Communication and enjoys running and playing basketball. Contact her at sstewart 'at' stanforddaily.com.

Track and field prepped for postseason

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.

Stanford track and field heads back to Eugene

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.

Track and field off to Eugene, Tuscon for West Coast Classic

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.

Winless weekend for Stanford beach volleyball

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.

Track and field represents at Stanford Invitational

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.
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