Danny Diekroeger had three hits, and Austin Slater and Brett Michael Doran each drove in three runs as Stanford's baseball team (2-2) beat host San Jose State 9-3 at Municipal Stadium on Tuesday.
The Cardinal's Tyler Thorne allowed three runs over six innings to pick up the win.
San Jose State (1-3) led 3-2 in the third inning but the Cardinal scored once in the fourth and rallied for five runs in the fifth, aided by Diekroeger's single and Slater's double.
The Spartans were out-hit 14-5. San Jose State leadoff batter Andre Murcurio went 2 for 4 and scored a run.
Stanford's bullpen did not give up a run for the second straight game.
Justin Calomeni made his first collegiate start for Cal Poly, striking out at least two in each of his first three innings, retiring 15 of the first 16 he faced. The lone Santa Clara hit in that span was a second-inning double by designated hitter Casey Munoz
Stanford's Hanna Winter went 3 for 4 with three singles with two RBIs. Leah White, Cassandra Roulund, Kayla Bonstrom and Tylyn Wells had two hits apiece. Madi Schreyer (9-0) struck out five and allowed one run on three hits.
Rodgers dropped five birdies to finish with a 3-under for his 10th straight round shooting par or better.
Stanford (269-280) is at 19-under 549 and leads second-place Washington's 563.
"Our guys hung in there and extended our lead, which was the goal going into round two," director of men's golf Conrad Ray said. "The hole locations were more challenging, and the birdies were a little harder to come by."