Males’s water polo
No. 3 Stanford (13-5, 2-2 MPSF) scored a 13-11 victory over No. 8 Lengthy Seaside State (14-9, 1-2 SCC) on Thursday at Avery Aquatic Heart. Stanford established a two-goal lead early within the first interval that carried over the rest of the sport. Senior Riley Pittman was the main scorer for the Cardinal with 4 targets on six photographs. On Sunday, because the group celebrated Senior Day, Stanford beat No. 7 UC Davis (15-7, 3-0 Huge West) at house. The senior class scored 10 of the group’s 17 targets — Ethan Parrish scored a career-high six targets, Pittman tallied two and Andrew Churukian and Soren Jensen added one every.
On Saturday, No. 5 girls’s soccer (14-0-2, 7-0-1 Pac-12) defeated Oregon State (3-8-5, 0-6-2 Pac-12) 3-1 at Cagan Stadium. Fifth-year midfielder Maya Doms opened the Cardinal scoring within the ninth minute, assisted by redshirt sophomore Andrea Kitahata who was concerned in all three Stanford targets. Kitahata assisted freshman midfielder Joelle Jung who put the ball into the again of the web for the second Cardinal aim. The Beavers managed to slim the deficit earlier than halftime, however Kitahata restored the two-goal margin within the seventy fifth minute and the group maintained its 3-1 lead till the ultimate whistle.
On Sunday, in Stanford’s annual Pink Match for breast most cancers consciousness, the Cardinal hosted Oregon (0-14-2, 0-8 Pac-12) and blanked the Geese 2-0, conserving their undefeated document. Within the ninth minute, sophomore midfielder Jasmine Aikey scored the opening aim after stealing the ball on an Oregon misplay. Graduate scholar defender Kennedy Wesley cemented Stanford’s victory within the 77th minute when Aikey bent a nook kick to the again publish the place Wesley ran the ball into the aim.
No. 17 Stanford (7-2-4, 1-1-4 Pac-12) cruised to a 4-0 house victory over Oregon State (6-5-3, 3-1-3 Pac-12). The Cardinal took the lead simply 70 seconds after the kickoff when redshirt sophomore midfielder Shane de Flores headed the ball into the again of the web, his first of two targets within the half. Within the second half, sophomore ahead Liam Doyle and sophomore midfielder Will Cleary added two extra targets for the Cardinal.
On Sunday, Stanford tied Washington (5-5-5, 2-3-2 Pac-12) 1-1 in Seattle because of a aim one minute earlier than the ultimate whistle. The battle between the 2 groups was shut. Nonetheless, the Cardinal launched 13 photographs, together with 5 heading in the right direction whereas the Huskies had six with just one on aim. Stanford missed many probabilities within the first half, together with when redshirt senior midfielder Mark Fisher’s shot hit the crossbar early within the sport. Shortly after, a Stanford aim was referred to as again.
Ladies’s light-weight rowing
On the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta on Saturday, Stanford dominated the Light-weight Fours. The group, which was comprised of graduate scholar Emily Molins at stroke, sophomores Brooke Ruszkiewicz within the No. 3 seat, Juliette Lermusiaux at No. 2, Hannah Justicz within the bow and coxed by senior Lydia Garnett, took the lead from the gun and held it till the tip, crossing the end line in 18:42.795 — 16 seconds in entrance of runner-up Wisconsin. The Cardinal lifted the Metropolis of Cambridge Trophy for the primary time since its inception in 1978.
On Sunday, additionally on the Head of the Charles regatta, defending nationwide champion Stanford girls’s rowing had a powerful exhibiting within the Ladies’s Championship Eights. The Cardinal entered the competitors with two boats. Stanford’s A ship competed within the School-Championship division and earned seventh place within the 34 boat discipline with a time of 16:28.069. The B boat rowed within the Junior Varsity division and completed 14th general with a time of 16:48.979, forward of the A boats from Princeton, Duke and different sturdy rowing packages.
Stanford (2-5, 1-4 Pac-12) misplaced to No. 25 UCLA (5-2, 2-2 Pac-12) 42-7 on Saturday. The Cardinal trailed 0-21 at halftime and had no solutions to the Bruins’ offense and protection. Freshman large receiver Tiger Bachmeier scored the one Cardinal landing after a third-quarter 20-yard move from sophomore quarterback Ashton Daniels. Bachmeier recorded a season-high eight catches.
Friday by means of Sunday, Stanford hosted 19 groups on the 2023 Stanford Intercollegiate, offered by Condoleezza Rice, an occasion which raised over $260,000 for breast most cancers analysis. Within the group competitors, the Cardinal have been poised to take the lead coming into the ultimate day at -5, pulling to inside two strokes of the lead. A Sunday cost, nonetheless, was to not be, because the group completed third at +2, 11 strokes behind winner USC. Two Stanford gamers shined within the particular person competitors. On Sunday, sophomore Kelly Xu matched her second spherical two-under par 69, together with an eagle, to tie for third within the 100 participant discipline, simply two strokes behind winner Catherine Park from USC. It was Xu’s finest end of the 12 months. Freshman Paula Martin Sampedro closed with an even-par 71, good for a tie for sixth place, her third top-10 end in her preliminary three collegiate tournaments.
Stanford was effectively represented on the ITA Northwest Regionals held at Taube Household Tennis Stadium, with 9 gamers that competed in singles and 4 doubles pairs. Junior Connie Ma, who received the occasion two years in the past, was a runner up. Her battle towards Cal’s Hannah Viller Moeller got here all the way down to the wire. Ma, who misplaced the primary set 4-6, dominated the second set 6-1. The third and last set was tied 6-6 earlier than Ma fell in a hard-fought tiebreaker 6-8. Nonetheless, Moeller was the one non-Stanford athlete within the semis. Junior Alexandra Yepifanova misplaced a detailed battle with Moeller 6-1, 4-6, 3-6. Junior Valencia Xu picked up some spectacular wins earlier than falling within the semifinal to her teammate, Ma, in three units. Ma and Yepifanova additionally reached the semifinals in doubles however misplaced 6-7 (6), 6-2, 0-1 (7) towards Cal’s Mao Mushika and Moeller, respectively.