Stanford, winner of six straight games, will welcome Nevada to Boyd and Jill Smith Family Stadium for a three-game series beginning with a 1 p.m. doubleheader on Saturday. The two teams will conclude the series on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Freshman Sydney Steele played the role of hero on Tuesday night, connecting for a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth inning to hand Stanford (11-2) a 7-3 victory over Fresno State (8-3).
In the midst of a 15-game homestand, Stanford will welcome Fresno State for a 5:30 game on Tuesday from Boyd and Jill Smith Family Stadium. The two teams met in April of last year in Fresno, Calif., with the Cardinal earning a 3-2 victory.
Freshman Alana Vawter allowed just one two-out hit to Aubree Beitzinger in the sixth inning, and Stanford's offense exploded for nine runs on eight hits, including a walk-off two-run home run from Teaghan Cowles, to capture a 9-0 victory over Drake (5-5) on Sunday afternoon.
Playing a pair of games at the Stanford Invitational on Saturday, Stanford (9-2) scored six first-inning runs to capture of pair of victories over Hofstra (1-3) and Drake (4-4).
Opening the Stanford Invitational against Hofstra on Friday night, Stanford (7-2) received a complete-game shutout from freshman Alana Vawter en route to capturing a 3-0 victory over The Pride (0-2).