Alex Bowen scored four of his game-high five goals in the second period and Stanford roughed up visiting UC Davis, 19-5, Sunday in a nonconference men's water polo match.
Menlo School grad Scott Platshon recorded seven saves and the fourth-ranked Cardinal (12-4) dominated action in the first half, opening a 12-0 advantage by intermission.
The victory came one day after Stanford toppled No. 2 UCLA, 8-6, to throw its hat into the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation race.
Bret Bonanni scored four times, Griffin Bolan and Forrest Watkins each had hat tricks, Adam Abdulhamid scored twice while Reid Chase and Sacred Heart Prep grad Paul Rudolph added a goal apiece.
Rudolph scored the last of seven goals in the first period as Stanford grabbed a 2-0 edge less than 90 seconds into the game.
Stanford returns to action next Sunday, hosting Pepperdine in MPSF action at Avery Aquatic Center.
A 2-over-par 290 on the final day of the United States Collegiate Championship earned the ninth-ranked Stanford men's golf team a tie for seventh.
The three-day event at The Golf Club of Georgia's Lakeside Course in Alpharetta, Ga., saw the Cardinal post collective scores of 288-288-290 for a total of 866.
Patrick Rodgers started the third round tied for 41st, but was the low man Sunday with a 67 to finish 2-under on the weekend. Rodgers (75-72-67, 214) tied with Cameron Wilson (69-71-74, 214) for 15th overall.
"We struggled a bit with big numbers and a lack of birdies on the par-fives, but we did a lot of things well," Stanford coach Conrad Ray said. "Cameron and Patrick played solid and both were close to having another chance to win. We're looking forward to a quick turnaround at next week's event."
Stanford will travel to the Royal Oaks Intercollegiate (Oct. 28-29) in Dallas to wrap up its fall season.
David Boote (69-74-74, 217, +1) tied for 29th as Jim Liu (79-71-75, 225, +9) and Maverick McNealy (75-74-76, 225, +9) tied for 60th through three rounds on the par-72, 7,017-yard course.
Rodgers final-round 5-under went without a bogey. The All-American was 4-over on the front nine to open the tournament and responded with respective front-nine performances of 2-under and 3-under on his way to the top-15 finish.
Wilson was 4-over through 11, but rolled in birdies on three of the next seven holes to close his final round with a 2-over 74.
Fifth-ranked Oklahoma State captured the team title by one stroke over defending champion Georgia Tech.
Kristie Ahn and Caroline Doyle advanced to the singles semifinals of the main draw at the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships at Taube Family Tennis Stadium after winning matches on Sunday.
Ahn faces top seed Zsofia Susanyi of California while Doyle battles Jenny Jullien of Saint Mary's on Monday.
Ahn also reached Monday's doubles semifinals with Carol Zhao. The other semifinal will feature the duo of Taylor Davidson and Ellen Tsay.
Women's field hockey
No. 13 Stanford was unable to overcome a late goal by No. 8 Duke in a nonconference affair Sunday, eventually suffering its first shutout loss of the season.
The Blue Devils broke a scoreless tie in the 59th minute and then added an empty-net goal to down Stanford, 2-0.
The Cardinal (11-4) allowed its first goal in four games, a streak that lasted just under 277 minutes.
Stanford held advantages in shots (6-4) and corners (3-2) in the first half but was unable to find the back of the cage. The Cardinal was outshot 11-4 and the Blue Devils held a 6-1 penalty corner advantage in the second half.
Stanford will look to regroup as it plays host to No. 19 Michigan on Friday at 2 p.m. and Pacific at 7 p.m. on Monday in its final homestand of the season next weekend. The Michigan game will be televised live on the Pac-12 Network.
The Cardinal has three regular-season matches remaining before leaving for the Nor Pac championships in Lynchburg, VA, which begin Nov. 7.
Stanford opened its season with a third-place finish in the Championship Four at the 49th Head of the Charles Regatta.
"We were up against some tough competition today," said senior Austin Hack. "It was a good checkpoint for us and showed we are where we need to be. We know we have to get back to work."
The Cardinal posted the top time by a collegiate boat for the second straight year and third time in school history at the Head of the Charles with a 16:45.385 to cross the finish line just under 10 seconds behind the first place Camp Randall Rowing Club.
"We are happy with the result and that we finished first among the colleges in the race," said junior Kaess Smit. "It showed we have some good baseline fitness. We are looking forward to more work this fall."
After the first leg of the race, Riverside, the Cardinal Four stood in seventh place with a split of 4:04.193.
They picked up the pace in the Weld section with the fifth fastest split to move up three spots to fourth overall. After several boats made a big push through Cambridge, Stanford stood sixth overall.
However, the five members of the Cardinal team saved the best for last as they posted a 2:38.75 for the second fastest split to close out the last fourth of the race.
The finish was over five seconds ahead of the next best collegiate team with Washington coming in fourth overall.