STANFORD, Calif. – The Stanford wrestling program and sixth-year head coach Jason Borrelli have announced its schedule for the upcoming 2013-14 season, Thursday, in conjunction with the Pac-12 Networks broadcast release.
Stanford will wrestle in 22 duals and compete in some of the nation's most competitive collegiate tournaments this year. The Pac-12 Networks will be airing three Stanford duals, as well as the Pac-12 Championships, hosted by the Cardinal this season.
Stanford opens the 2013-14 campaign at home against Cal Baptist and Menlo College on Saturday, Nov. 2. After a quick trip to Air Force on Nov. 10, Stanford returns home to play host to former Cardinal head coach Kerry McCoy’s Maryland Terrapins on Saturday, Nov. 16.
Stanford will then head to the Midwest to take on Michigan and Eastern Michigan on Nov. 24 and Central Michigan on Nov. 25. The Cardinal will then return to The Farm to host the Stanford Duals on Saturday, Nov. 30. The Cardinal will face CSU Bakersfield, Nebraska and Utah Valley.
After a three-week break for finals, the Cardinal will host Chattanooga for a dual on Friday, Dec. 20. Stanford will then wrestle in the Reno Tournament of Champions on Dec. 22 and in the Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, Tenn., on Jan. 1-2.
Stanford’s home conference duals against Boise State on Jan. 9 and Oregon State on Jan. 11 will both be televised on the Pac-12 Networks. The Cardinal will then travel to Duke and North Carolina on Jan. 18.
After a home date with Simpson on Jan. 24 and a dual at San Francisco State on Jan. 25, the Cardinal will head to Arizona. Stanford will face Grand Canyon in Phoenix and Arizona State in Tempe on Feb. 3. The dual against the Sun Devils will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks.
Stanford will wrap-up Pac-12 conference action on the road at Cal Poly on Feb. 8. The Cardinal will also face South Dakota State in San Luis Obispo. Stanford’s final road trip of the year will be to Evanston, Ill., for a dual at Northwestern on Feb. 16.
Stanford is scheduled to host the Pac-12 Championships on Sunday, March 2. The tournament will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks. The NCAA Championships will be held Mar. 20-22 in Oklahoma City, Okla.
All dates and times are subject to change.