CHAMPIONSHIP CREW . . . Stanford earned its fifth consecutive Intercollegiate Rowing Association team national championship on Sunday afternoon at the Lake Natoma course, getting wins from its Varsity Eight and Varsity Four. Stanford has maintained ownership of the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders Trophy since 2015 and has nine championships overall, the most in the history of the sport and four more than the next closest competitor (Wisconsin). Cardinal coach Kate Bertko has guided the team to national championships in each of her first three seasons at the helm.
GETTING A KICK . . . Former Stanford standout Jordan Morris was called to the United States men's national soccer training camp for the 1-0 loss to Jamacia in an international match Wednesday in Washington D.C. The U.S. has one more match, traveling to Cincinnati for a match against Venezuela on Sunday, before opening the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Morris played with the Americans and scored the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over the Jamaicans in the 2017 Gold Cup championship final. He led the U.S. with three goals through the event. Morris has appeared in 27 matches with the U.S., with nine starts.
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