This Week in Stanford Sports -- Nov. 21-27

STANFORD, CA - NOVEMBER 19: Andrew Luck #12 of the Stanford Cardinal (center) celebrates with teammates after they beat the California Golden Bears at Stanford Stadium on November 19, 2011 in Stanford, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Monday, November 21
Men's Tennis -- @ Hawaii (exhibition), 1PM PST, Kohala Coast, HI
Women's Tennis -- @ Hawaii (exhibition), 1PM PST, Kohala Coast, HI
Both the men and the women head to the islands in a dual exhibition match against the Warriors to close out the Fall season.

Women's Basketball -- @ #2 UConn, 4:30PM PST, Hartford, CT
In one of its major rivalry games of the season, #3 Stanford takes on a reloaded Husky offense in what is slated to be a big week for Stanford basketball.

Ncaa_medium Cross Country -- NCAA Championships, Men 5th/Women 10th, Terre Haute, IN
While they ran hard, the men and the women came up short in the NCAA Championships in Indiana as they came out fifth and tenth, respectively. Chris Derrick ends his Stanford career as the NCAA runner-up in the individual results for the men.

Wednesday, November 23
Men's Basketball -- vs. Oklahoma State (NIT Tip-off Semifinals), 4PM PST, New York, NY
Coming off of a 70-49 throttling of the Aggies in Davis last Friday, the men play in Madison Square Garden for the first time in the NIT Tip-off tournament against the Cowboys, who eeked out an OT win against UTSA last week.

Friday, November 25
Women's Basketball -- vs. Xavier, 10AM PST, Cincinnati, OH
The Stanford women end their East Coast Thanksgiving trip with a visit to Xavier in another rematch of the remarkable 2010 Elite Eight OT thriller.

Men's Water Polo -- vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3PM PST, Los Angeles, CA
Water polo tries to regroup after being upended by Cal in their home pool by hoping to get the MPSF automatic bid to the NCAA Final Four in this weekend's conference tournament.

Cal_pac-12_inverse_medium Women's Volleyball -- vs. Cal, 7PM, Maples Pavilion
While a conference championship isn't possible, Stanford will try to avenge an early season loss to the Bears in the final regular season volleyball game at Maples before the NCAA tournament.

Ncaa_medium Women's Soccer -- vs. Oklahoma State, 7PM, Cagan Stadium
The women will face their toughest test of the season Friday night as they take on Oklahoma State on their home field, with the right to advance to the College Cup on the line for both teams.

Men's Basketball -- TBD, TBD, New York, NY
The men hope to be playing for the NIT Tip-Off Championship Friday against either Syracuse or Virginia Tech.  If Stanford should fall Wednesday evening, though, a consolation game is still scheduled to be played in MSG.

Saturday, November 26
Men's Water Polo -- vs. USC or Pacific, TBD, Los Angeles, CA
Day two of the MPSF sees Stanford take on either the #1 Trojans or the Tigers with Stanford hopefully on a win-streak of their own.

Football -- vs. Notre Dame, 5PM, Stanford Stadium
Stanford closes out their regular season at home with a BCS bowl bid on the line, while the Fighting Irish look to end their season on a positive note of their own.  Some notable games that will determine Stanford's bowl (Iron Bowl, Virginia-Virginia Tech, LSU-Arkansas, Civil War) will have already been decided by kickoff Saturday.

Sunday, November 27
Wrestling -- vs. Missouri, 12PM, Ford Center
Despite dropping their two contests in Tennessee last weekend, Stanford hopes for a rebound as they head home to face the Missouri Tigers.

Men's Water Polo --  vs. MPSF opponent, TBD, Los Angeles, CA
Depending on the results of the previous two days, Stanford will either play in the MPSF championship game or a consolation game at UCLA.

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