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Stanford sailors finish eighth in Truxton Umsted Regatta

 

Stanford's 11th ranked coed sailing team, helped by Mateo Vargas and Rebecca King, finished in eighth place at the Truxton Umsted Regatta on Sunday.

Vargas and King finished with 145 points and seventh in the A Division and Oliver Toole also finishing seventh with 133 points in the single-handed C Division. The two other, two-person, divisions finished with 195 and 171 points, respectively. No. 3 Charleston won the race.

Over the final day, which encompassed five of the 17 races, Vargas and King finished ninth or better in four races, closing out the day with a third place showing, while Toole was tenth or better in all five races and third twice. Overall the duo were in the top half of 19 boats in 10 of the last 11 races.

The women's team remained in 14th place at the St. Mary's Women's Regatta. Sally Mace and Katie Riklin were 11th in the B Division with 140 points, while Eliza Richartz and Helena Scut finished 13th in the A Division with 147 points. No. 4-ranked Yale won.

Softball

Due to inclement weather in the Bay Area, the Stanford Louisville Slugger Classic has been cancelled.

Stanford and Northwestern will play a double-header on Monday starting at 3 p.m. at Smith Family Stadium.

The Cardinal is also scheduled to host UC Davis on Tuesday at 6 p.m. Stanford (17-3) has not taken the field since March 6 due to finals and rain in the Bay Area this weekend.

Baseball

The Stanford-UC Davis game, originally scheduled in Davis, has been moved to Sunken Diamond on Monday with a 6 p.m. start. Admission is free.

Stanford, with a record of 6-5, and off since March 6 due to finals, were rained out this past weekend with Michigan. The Cardinal is scheduled to play at Pacific on Wednesday and host Long Beach State in a three-game series beginning Friday.

Women's tennis

Second-ranked Stanford (13-0) returns to action against visiting Utah for a 2 p.m. match Monday.

The Cardinal looks to extend its NCAA record 173-match home winning streak against the Utes (5-7), who are also coming off a long break.

"It doesn't get any better than playing Stanford at Stanford," Utah coach Mat Iandolo said. "We will be ready."

— Stanford Athletics

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