The fourth ranked Stanford women's soccer team hosts Loyola Marymount on Friday at 6 p.m. and No. 16 Maryland at noon Sunday in hopes of extending its 68-match home unbeaten streak.
The streak is the second-longest in NCAA Division I history, behind North Carolina's streak of 84 from 1986-94.
The Cardinal (2-0-1) is meeting LMU for the second time in program history, with the Lions holding a 1-0 advantage in the series.
Maryland, who plays at Santa Clara on Friday, and Stanford have played twice, with the Cardinal holding a 1-0-1 edge.
Both matches will be televised by the Pac-12 Networks.
Stanford has played two double overtime matches among its first three contests. The Cardinal is outscoring its opponents by a 4-2 margin.
Four different players have scored for Stanford: Taylor Uhl, Haley Rosen, Alex Doll and Sydney Payne.
Chioma Obogagu has two assists for the Cardinal, while Siobhan Cox also has an assist.
No. 12 Stanford continues its four-game homestand later this week, hosting No. 20 New Hampshire on Friday (6 p.m.) and VCU on Sunday (2 p.m.) at the Varsity Turf.
The Cardinal (1-1, 0-0 NorPac) will face its second nationally-ranked opponent of the year when No. 20 New Hampshire (0-2, 0-0 America East) visits The Farm. The Wildcats enter Friday's contest winless in two attempts, but that's a bit deceiving.
New Hampshire's first loss was an 8-4 defeat to No. 2 Maryland, but the Wildcats scored three of the game's final four goals. The following day, New Hampshire dropped a 3-2 decision to Ohio State after the Buckeyes scored with five seconds left in regulation and eventually won the game in a penalty shootout.
VCU (0-1, 0-0 Atlantic 10), which squares off against Pacific on Friday night, came up short in its season opener at William & Mary last weekend, falling 4-2.
The Rams received the bulk of their offensive production from Stephanie Demasi and Kendell Combs, with both players accounting for one goal and one assist while combining for eight of VCU's 12 shots.
Leticia Olivarez, who served as the volunteer assistant coach for Stanford the past two years, joined the staff as an assistant coach, Cardinal coach John Rittman announced Thursday.
Olivarez replaces Danielle Henderson, who left the program to take the associate head coaching position at her alma mater, UMass.
"We are happy for Danielle and the opportunity that she will have as the associate head coach at her alma mater," said Rittman.
Olivarez first came to The Farm in 2012 as a volunteer assistant coach. She has spent the past two seasons working with the Cardinal pitching staff as well as assisting in all other areas of the program.
"We are pleased to announce the hiring of Leticia Olivarez as our new assistant coach," said Rittman. "She has been our volunteer coach the last two years and has done a phenomenal job, not only working with our pitchers, but in all aspects of the team. She will make a smooth transition working with our players and staff, and will help our program succeed."
Olivarez was a standout pitcher at Wisconsin from 2007-10. As a senior in 2010, she was a third team All-Big Ten pick and led UW in nearly all pitching statistics. She twice tied the school record for strikeouts in a game with 17.
Offensively, she became just the eighth player in school history to hit two home runs in a single game, going 3-for-3 with two homers and a double against Michigan State.