Outside hitter Christina Higgins had 17 kills while middle hitter Shannon Hawari had 15 kills and eight blocks as the Cal women's volleyball team upset No. 2 Oregon 25-19, 25-21, 22-25, 19-25, 15-13 at Matthew Knight Arena on Friday.

Outside hitter Adrienne Gehan added 15 kills for the Bears (12-11, 6-7 Pac-12). She also had seven digs and four blocks in her first start in a month after recovering from a knee injury.

  • Top-ranked Stanford pushed its winning streak to 19 with a 25-18, 32-30, 25-14 sweep over Oregon State. Brittany Howard led the Cardinal (21-1, 13-0 Pac-12) with 14 kills and 13 digs.

    Swimming and diving

    Maddy Schaefer was responsible for three wins as No. 5 Stanford beat No. 23 Wisconsin 159-130 at a women's dual meet at the Avery Aquatic Center. Schaefer posted individual wins in the 50- and 200-yard freestyles and was on the winning 400 medley relay team. Stephanie Phipps (302.33) led a 1-2-3 Stanford finish in 3-meter diving.

  • Elizabeth Pelton and Rachel Bootsma each won three individual races as third-ranked Cal (3-0) breezed to a 172-128 women's victory over No. 7 Texas (2-1). Pelton set a Spieker Aquatics Complex record in the 200 backstroke with a time of 1 minute, 54.55 seconds and also won the 200 freestyle and 400 individual medley. Bootsma, an Olympic gold medalist in London, took the 100 backstroke, 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly.

  • The No. 3 Stanford men's team opened its dual-meet season with a 184-104 home rout of No. 25 Wisconsin. Olympic diver Kristian Ipsen won the 1-meter springboard with 400.95 points and the 3-meter event with 406.80 points.

    Surfing

    Officials decided the inconsistent knee-to-waist-high waves were not world tour material and called a lay day at the O'Neill Cold Water Classic in Santa Cruz. The contest is expected to resume Sunday at Steamer Lane.

    "I'm pretty sure the waves are going to be uncontestable (Saturday)," event director Chris Gallagher said.

    When Round 2 does go off, 11-time world champion Kelly Slater will face Jason Collins. On Thursday, Slater lost to Nat Young.

    Miscellany

    Santa Clara overcame being a man down, getting Phillip Muscarella's goal with 1:45 left to beat host USF 1-0 in soccer.

  • The No. 14 Stanford field hockey team advanced to the NorPac championship game by defeating Cal 6-2 in Farmville, Va. Hope Burke had a hat trick as the Cardinal moved closer to its sixth straight title. Stanford (14-6) will play Liberty in Saturday's final.

  • The San Francisco Bulls lost 6-1 at the Colorado Eagles in minor league hockey.

    Santa Cruz Sentinel contributed to this report.