Recent Scores

Womens Lacrosse:
Stanford 25, California 9, today
Womens Softball:
Arizona 22, Stanford 5, today
Womens Water Polo:
Stanford 9, USC 6, today
Mens Baseball:
UCLA 10, Stanford 0, Saturday
Boys Baseball:
Menlo School 6, Palo Alto 3, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Arizona 10, Stanford 2, Saturday
Mens Tennis:
USC 4, Stanford 3, Saturday
Mens Baseball:
College of Idaho 10, Menlo 6, Saturday
Mens Baseball:
College of Idaho 7, Menlo 6, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Holy Names 10, Menlo 3, Saturday
Womens Softball:
Menlo 11, Holy Names 2, Saturday
Womens Water Polo:
California 8, Stanford 7, Saturday
Girls Softball:
Cupertino 4, Palo Alto 1, Friday
Girls Softball:
Cupertino 4, Palo Alto 1, Friday
Girls Lacrosse:
Menlo School 20, Burlingame 3, Friday
Girls Softball:
Castilleja 4, King's Academy 3, Friday
Boys Baseball:
Milpitas 7, Palo Alto 7, Friday
Mens Baseball:
Stanford 6, UCLA 1, Friday
Mens Baseball:
Menlo 7, College of Idaho 5, Friday
Mens Baseball:
Menlo 13, College of Idaho 9, Friday
Mens Tennis:
Stanford 4, California 1, Friday
Womens Tennis:
Stanford at, Pac-12 championships , Friday

Athletes of the Week

Cameron Gordon
Sacred Heart Prep lacrosse
The sophomore scored 12 goals and added four assists in three lacrosse matches, including a crucial 12-10 win over rival Menlo-Atherton to keep the Gators just a match back of first place in the WBAL race.

Eli Givens
Palo Alto track & field
The junior ran a CCS-leading 10.84 to win the 100 and ran a leg on the winning 400 relay in a 66-61 dual win before winning the 200 in a CCS-leading 21.86 and winning a windy 100 at the CCS Top 8 meet.

Sports Calendar

Womens Volleyball
Stanford at California (sand volleyball) 3:30 p.m.
Monday, April 27
Mens Golf
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Pullman, Wash.) 8 a.m.
Boys Tennis
WBAL Individual Tournament at Menlo School 12:45 p.m.
Girls Softball
Monta Vista at Gunn 4 p.m.
Boys Baseball
Westmont at Pinewood 4 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse
Castilleja at Pioneer 4 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse
Mountain View at Menlo-Atherton 7 p.m.
Tuesday, April 28
Mens Golf
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Pullman, Wash.) 8 a.m.
Mens Baseball
San Jose St. at Stanford 5:30 p.m.

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Sports Headlines

Cardinal women finish MPSF lacrosse with perfect mark
Stanford roundup
The 15th-ranked Stanford lacrosse team set a school record for goals in a game by beating host California, 25-9, on Sunday at Memorial Stadium, completing a perfect Mountain Pacific Sports Federation season.
Sunday, 3:07 PM

M-A grad qualifies for JC NorCal track and field meet in 800
Of local note
Menlo-Atherton High grad Jorge Tafolla finished second in the men's 800 meters at the Coast Conference track and field championships Friday at San Jose City College.

Sunday, 2:02 PM

It's an all-Stanford finale in Pac-12 doubles title match
College tennis
Sunday's final at the Pac-12 Championships will be an all-Stanford affair, with Taylor Davidson and Carol Zhao squaring off against Caroline Doyle and Ellen Tsay in Ojai. Sunday, 8:43 AM

Errors cost Stanford baseball in 10-0 Pac-12 loss to UCLA
Stanford committed a season high five errors that led to seven unearned runs for No. 3 UCLA in a 10-0 baseball loss in front of 1,590 fans at Klein Field at Sunken Diamond Saturday night. The three-game Pac-12 set is even after the Cardinal took Friday's opener, 6-1. Sunday, 8:30 AM

Interesting strategy in 4 mile relay helps Stanford finish 3rd
Stanford concluded the 121st Penn Relays on Saturday with three relay teams in action, but no events were more unusual than the men's 4xMile. Stanford was third in that race, and also placed fourth in the women's 4x800 and fifth in the men's 4x800 at Franklin Field.
Saturday, 8:02 PM

Stanford women bounced from MPSF water polo tournament
Cardinal corner
Kiley Neushul scored two of her three goals in the fourth quarter to bring the top-ranked Stanford women's water polo team within one, but a late chance on the Cardinal's last possession hit off the crossbar and No. 4 California earned an 8-7 upset victory in the semifinals of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament at Arizona State on Saturday. Saturday, 6:09 PM

Two Stanford track athletes pass tests at Brutus Hamilton
While their teammates were having a big day across the country at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, two Stanford athletes had performances Friday in Berkeley that could have big-time implications. Saturday, 1:49 PM

Hanewich, Hoffpauir lead Cardinal to Pac-12 baseball win
Zach Hoffpauir had four hits and drove in a pair of runs to help support Brett Hanewich's complete-game effort and the Stanford baseball team opened its Pac-12 series against visiting UCLA with a 6-1 victory Friday night in Sunken Diamond. Friday, 11:47 PM

Oaks sweep the Yotes in record-setting doubleheader
Oaks notes
The Menlo College baseball team swept a doubleheader from visiting College of Idaho, 13-9 and 7-5, Friday to clinch at least a fourth-place finish in the NAIA West Conference. The Oaks set a team record and a couple of individual records, as well. Friday, 9:18 PM

Relay team wins to snap runner-up finishes at big meets
Stanford roundup
The relay team of Rebecca Mehra, Jessica Tonn, Elise Cranny, and Claudia Saunders helped Stanford break a two-year streak of runner-up relay finishes at major meets, winning the 4x1500 meters on Friday at Franklin Field at the Penn Relays.
Friday, 8:58 PM

Pitcher revisits first no-hitter at Stanford's Sunken Diamond
Last month, Ed Verdurmen made his yearly trek to Klein Field at Sunken Diamond from Portland, Ore., to watch the Stanford baseball team play Arizona. This was a special trip for the 80-year-old Verdurmen, who threw the first no-hitter at the field in April of 1956, and was asked to throw out the first pitch. Friday, 3:23 PM

Palo Alto, Gunn both looking for new athletic directors
The search is on for new athletic directors at Palo Alto and Gunn high schools as Jason Fung and Jill Naylor will be taking on new endeavors next school year. Friday, 10:01 AM | 8 comments

Stanford men's volleyball trio earns All-MPSF honors
Three Stanford men's volleyball players garnered All-MPSF conference accolades, the league announced Thursday. Representing the Cardinal were junior Conrad Kaminski, junior James Shaw and freshman Kyle Dagostino. Friday, 9:54 AM

Cardinal women second in distance medley at Penn Relays
Stanford roundup
Stanford finished second in the women's distance medley relay at the Penn Relays on Thursday at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, leading on the final lap at the 121st annual meet. Thursday, 7:53 PM | 1 comments

Cardinal women's lacrosse player nominated for top honor
Stanford notes
Stanford junior midfielder Lucy Dikeou was named Thursday as one of 25 nominees for the Tewaaraton Award, emblematic of the best player in collegiate lacrosse. Thursday, 8:02 PM

Menlo's Hall named Cal Pac Softball Player of the Week
Oaks notes
Menlo College's Mary Hall was named Cal Pac Softball Player of the Week for her efforts in six games last week. The Oaks also signed another recruit for softball on Wednesday.
Wednesday, 8:59 PM

Stanford women win first MPSF lacrosse title since 2011
Cardinal corner
Stanford scored the game's first 13 goals on its way to beating UC Davis, 15-6, on Wednesday night to capture its first Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular-season women's lacrosse title since 2011. Thursday, 9:40 AM

2015 Central Coast Section track & field leaders
Boys 200 -- Givens (Palo Alto) 21.86; 2, Harrison (San Benito) 21.90; 3, Macauley (Bellarmine) 22.03; 4, Cory (Palma) 22.05; 5, Bains (St. Francis) 22.42; 6, Ilio (Mt. Pleasant) 22.49; 7, Martig (Bellarmine) 22.55; 8, Bolarinwa (Palo Alto) 22.64; 9, Keller (Monterey) 22.67w; 10, Prager (Aragon) 22.68. Wednesday, 2:18 PM

No Froyo, but local LPGA event is a go for Michelle Wie
Michelle Wie, in town for the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, usually enjoys her visits to Stanford, where she spent five years earning a degree (2012) while playing professional golf. She was met with bad news this time around. Her favorite Froyo café on campus was closed for construction. Wednesday, 12:26 PM

Stanford soccer recruit named to Under-18 national team

Gunn holding on to first place in a turnaround season

Menlo School girls take control of the WBAL lacrosse race

Palo Alto's Pederson has time to enjoy a birthday at home

Stanford nearly perfect in nonconference win over Cal

Stanford women slip to seventh at Pac-12 golf championships

Stanford lacrosse duo earns MPSF recognition for big wins

Stanford teams make final NCAA tuneups at Pac-12 tennis

Stanford women start strong at Pac-12 golf tournament

Stanford softball suffers another blow as seniors quit

Stanford men's volleyball rounds out its recruiting class

Stanford's Morris now playing for USA Under-23 soccer team

Pederson, Dodgers face Giants riding a seven-game win streak

Stanford gymnast wins NCAA individual title on vault

Stanford women close in on top seed for MPSF tournament

Cardinal gymnasts provide super finish to their season

Stanford puts the brakes on Utah in Pac-12 baseball win

Stanford men lose to Cal, share Pac-12 tennis title with USC

Palo Alto's Givens races to victories at CCS Top 8 meet