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STANFORD, Calif. – Led by outside hitter Caitie Baird, No. 16 Stanford knocked off No. 6 Nebraska, 25-19, 12-25, 25-21, 25-23, Tuesday at Maples Pavilion. Stanford (5-2), which has now won four straight against Nebraska (6-2), hit .235 as a team and held the Huskers to a .189 clip. The Cardinal edged Nebraska in aces, 5-4, while both teams ...
Outside hitter Sofia Maldonado Diaz added six kills, while Jaelyn Hodge had five kills, four digs and a pair of blocks. The Cardinal is now 72-9 all-time versus the Wildcats. Stanford hits the road next week, traveling back to the state of Oregon to face Oregon State on Friday and No. 11 Oregon on Sunday.
Offensively, Stanford hit at a .361 clip behind the stellar performance of freshman outside hitter Sami Francis. In the fourth set, Francis tallied five kills on 11 swings with no attack errors.
No. 18 Stanford women’s volleyball (11-5, 6-2 Pac-12) took down Colorado (12-5, 3-5 Pac-12) in straight sets on Sunday. Redshirt sophomore outside hitter Caitie Baird paced the Cardinal with 14 ...
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The last time the Cougs played Stanford, they lost 3-0. WSU is looking to change that this weekend. For Stanford, redshirt sophomore outside hitter Caitie Baird was named the Pac-12 offensive player of the week. Baird had a hitting percentage of .410 in Stanford’s last match against Utah. Baird also had 17 kills and four blocks.
She graduated from Stanford with a degree in human biology. International and Olympic career. Nnamani is a 6' 1" (186 cm) outside hitter. She joined the U.S. national team in 2002 and went to the 2004 and the 2008 Olympics. She was the youngest player on the 2004 Olympic Team and the second youngest player on the 2008 Olympic Team.
Junior outside hitter Maia Niemen smashed many fierce kills, junior outside hitter Koko Kirsch, who committed to Stanford, was strong at the net, too, and senior libero Morgan Kaiser, sophomore ...