The No. 4 Stanford women's swimming and diving team pulled away from top-ranked Cal over the final five events to win 167-133 at Stanford on Saturday.

Seniors Felicia Lee (100-yard butterfly, 100 backstroke) and Maya DiRado (200 IM, 200 butterfly) each won two individual events for Stanford.

Olympian Missy Franklin won three events for Cal -- the 100, 200 and 1,000 freestyle races.

  • Stanford (0-2) managed just four hits in a 5-1 baseball loss to visiting Rice. Skyler Ewing's homer into the trees in left field in the top of the seventh snapped a scoreless tie.

    Devin Pearson singled in Derek Campbell in the eighth inning to give Cal a 2-1 win over No. 18 Texas. Campbell led off the inning with a double. The Bears (2-1) lost the second game 6-2. The winning pitcher was Lukas Schiraldi, the son of Calvin Schiraldi who allowed one run in seven innings.

    Matt Carroll's sixth-inning two-run homer wasn't enough as host San Jose State (1-1) lost to San Diego State 5-3.

    Despite a solid starting effort from Peter Hendron, host Santa Clara (0-2) fell to Boston College 3-1. He allowed one earned run in 62/3 innings.

  • Powered by two momentum-shifting tries off interceptions by Jared Braun, Cal (8-0) beat British Columbia 33-24 at Witter Rugby Field.

    Garrett Brewer's 75-meter run for a touch in the closing minutes lifted host Saint Mary's to a 30-24 upset of top-ranked BYU.

  • The No. 17 Stanford softball team (10-0) beat Bradley 5-0 and Cal Poly 6-2 at the Stanford Nike Invitational. Madi Schreyer posted wins in both games, allowing no runs in 121/3 innings.

    San Jose State (7-3) lost 11-3 in five innings to Illinois State and 7-4 to No. 5 Arizona State to finish the Littlewood Tournament at 1-3 in Tempe, Ariz.

  • The second-ranked Stanford women's water polo team (7-0) racked up wins at Pacific (15-4) and No. 14 UC Davis (17-5) on a well-traveled day.

    No. 12 San Jose State (11-5) beat No. 16 Santa Clara 15-5 and CSU Bakersfield 10-7 at the Aggie Shootout in Davis. The Broncos also lost at No. 4 Cal 17-6.

  • Stanford runners dominated the U.S. cross country championships in Boulder, Colo.: Sean McGorty led a 1-2-3 Cardinal sweep of the men's junior race, incoming freshman Elise Cranny captured the women's juniors, and alum Chris Derrick repeated as the men's senior champion.

    Horse racing

    Tamarando, filling in for injured stablemate Exit Stage Left, rallied from last in a field of eight to win the $200,000 El Camino Real Derby at Golden Gate Fields. Russell Baze, the regular rider of Exit Stage Left, rode Tamarando for the first time. Tamarando beat Dance With Fate by a half-length, finishing the 11/8-mile Kentucky Derby prep in 1:51.23.