Haley Rosen took advantage of a loose ball inside the 18-yard box to score in the 67th minute, and second-ranked Stanford salvaged a 1-1 draw against No. 16 Portland at Cagan Stadium on Saturday night.

After a Cardinal corner kick, the ball took a few deflections before falling to the feet of Rosen.

Portland got a goal from Emily Sippel in the 11th minute. It came off a cross from Ellen Parker. The pass went just over the out-stretched hands of Stanford goalkeeper Emily Oliver, and Sippel was near the left post and buried it.

Stanford's Jane Campbell, who replaced an injured Oliver in the first half, made four stops, while Pilots goalkeeper Erin Dees had nine saves as both team moved to 2-0-1.

Stanford opened the season last weekend with narrow wins on the road against Boston College and Connecticut.

  • Lillian Schonewise had 13 kills, and the Cal women's volleyball team posted a 25-16, 25-18, 25-19 win over New Mexico State at the Cal Molten Classic. The Bears haven't dropped a set in two matches.

  • Hanah Blume became just the fourth player in school history to record 35 digs, but the San Jose State women's volleyball team (0-3) lost to Campbell 25-18, 22-25, 22-25, 26-24, 15-12 at the Tribe Invitational in Williamsburg, Va. In their first match of the day, the Spartans fell to Northern Arizona 25-20, 25-19, 25-14. Blume had 10 digs and eight kills.

  • The Santa Clara women's volleyball team improved to 2-1 with two wins at the Bulldog Invitational in Fresno. Niki Hess had 14 kills in a 25-12, 19-25, 25-17, 26-24 win over Rice. Megan Anders had 16 kills and six blocks in a 30-32, 25-22, 25-19, 20-25, 15-10 win over Fresno State.

  • Stanford swept the men's and women's cross county titles at the season-opening USF Invitational at foggy Golden Gate Park. The Cardinal men edged Cal 30-35 over the 8-kilometer course. USF (63) was third, followed by Santa Clara (125) and San Jose State (140). Stanford's Jim Rosa (25:20.2), Tyler Stutzman (25:20.3) and Erik Olson (25:20.3) finished 3-5. USF's Eric Causey won in 25:11.5, ahead of Cal's Chris Walden (25:14.7). The Cardinal women beat Cal 20-54. USF (85) was third, San Jose State (171) sixth and Santa Clara (175) seventh.

    Stanford had five of the top six finishers over the 5K course, led by runner-up Jessica Tonn (17:44.9) and No. 3 Aisling Cuffe (17:44.9). Cal's Kelsey Santisteban won in 17:26.1.

    Horse racing

    Jockey Juan Sanchez sustained a deep laceration in his right thigh when his mount in the sixth race, Lightonthebrandy, crashed through the inner rail on the turf course at Golden Gate Fields. The gelding escaped serious injury.

  • She's a Tiger held off Fascinating by a half-length in the $300,000 Del Mar Debutante for 2-year-old fillies at Del Mar. Ridden by Gary Stevens and trained by Pleasanton's Jeff Bonde, She's a Tiger ran seven furlongs in 1:22.71.

    WNBA

    Former Stanford star Nneka Ogwumike had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Los Angeles (21-8) posted an 80-67 win over San Antonio (11-19). Ex-Cardinal Jayne Appel had 10 points and 12 rebounds for the Silver Stars, who were eliminated from playoff contention with the loss.

    San Jose Giants

    Myles Schroder went 2 for 4, including his sixth homer of the year, and San Jose posted a 5-3 home win over Inland Empire. Chris Lofton scored from second base on Matt Duffy's sacrifice bunt in the seventh inning to put the Giants ahead 4-3. Relievers Luis Rojas (7-5), Stephen Harrold and Jose Casilla combined to pitch four shutout innings.