The 10th-ranked Cal women's team beat No. 5 Stanford 6-1 on Saturday at Taube Family Tennis Stadium, just the Cardinal's fifth home loss since 1999.
The Bears (18-4, 10-0 Pac-12) claimed their first-ever Pac-12 championship. The last time Cal won at Stanford was in 1999, when head coach Amanda Augustus was a senior
Kristie Ahn got the only point for Stanford (16-2, 8-2), a 6-3, 6-2 victory over Denise Starr at the No. 1 spot.
The Stanford men's team (14-4, 5-2 Pac-12) posted a 4-2 upset of No. 16 Cal (14-6, 4-3) at the Hellman Tennis Complex. John Morrissey clinched the match with a 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 win over Ben McLachlan at No. 1 singles.
John Hochstatter took a no-hit bid to the sixth inning and Danny Diekroeger hit a solo home run in the fourth, as Stanford (15-17, 6-9 Pac-12) beat Arizona State 1-0 at Sunken Diamond. Hochstatter allowed three hits in 72/3 innings. He out-dueled ASU's Darin Gillies.
Casey Munoz went 3 for 5 with an RBI and Santa Clara (17-22, 8-7 WCC) completed a three-game sweep of San Diego with a 5-3 victory.
Saint Mary's (13-25, 5-10 WCC) scored twice in the ninth but left the tying run on first base as it lost 4-3 to Pacific. Anthony Villa had two hits for the Gaels.
New Mexico scored 10 runs in the first two innings en route to an 11-6 win over San Jose State (12-28, 6-15 Mountain West). Matt Lopez and Matt Carroll hit back-to-back homers in the Spartans' eighth inning.
Top-ranked Oregon completed a three-game series sweep with a 7-2 win over Cal (22-20, 4-9 Pac-12). Cheyenne Cordes went 3 for 4 including a solo homer for the Bears.
Brittany McCray's two-run homer and Tara Glover's RBI double in the seventh inning gave Boise State a 7-6 walk-off win over San Jose State (24-18, 7-5 Mountain West).
Jessie Hufstetler's three-run homer in the fifth gave the Spartans a 6-4 lead.
Saint Mary's (19-21, 5-4 WCC) lost a doubleheader to Pacific -- 6-1 and 2-1. In the nightcap, Christine Torrise hit a solo homer in the seventh for the Gaels.
Dora Antal and fellow freshman Anna Illes had two goals each for the Bears.