To close its regular season, Stanford men’s golf competed in the 74th annual Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz. The Cardinal relied on its depth throughout the three-day event to beat all teams but one: No. 7 Pepperdine.
The Cardinal entered the tournament as the highest-ranked team in the field and the clear favorite to win. Throughout the 54 holes of play on Monday and Tuesday, the Cardinal demonstrated why this was the case.
After a strong showing in the Arizona desert, Stanford men’s golf returns to California to compete in the 74th annual Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz. The tournament marks the last regular-season event before the Pac-12 Championships and will be a great test for the Cardinal.
Stanford women’s golf returns to action Monday for its final regular-season event of the year: the Fresno State Classic at Copper River Country Club. With one tournament victory already and a couple of close calls to boot, the Cardinal is the favorite to take home the title this week in Fresno.
Stanford men’s golf spent two days in Chandler, Ariz. competing against 22 West Coast programs in the Cowboy Classic. After a strong 36-hole start on Monday, Cardinal sophomore Barclay Brown shot a sizzling 65 in the final round to win his first individual collegiate title.
Stanford men’s golf travels to the desert this week to compete in the Cowboy Classic at Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, Arizona. The Cardinal will take on 22 teams, including Colorado, Oregon and UCLA, in this two-day tournament.
The Cardinal played stretches of very good golf throughout the tournament, but ultimately could not rebound from a poor second round performance. The team finished in fifth place overall, six shots behind co-champions Arizona State and Oregon.
To close its Spring Break, Stanford men’s golf played host to 28 collegiate teams in the 51st edition of The Goodwin at the Stanford Golf Course. The Cardinal posted consistently low scores throughout the three-day event, beating all teams but one: Arizona State.
After a two-week hiatus, Stanford women’s golf will travel to the Arizona desert to compete in the Ping ASU Invitational at Papago Golf Club.
After two weeks off from competitive play, Stanford men’s golf will return to action Thursday, hosting The Goodwin at the par-70 Stanford Golf Course. With a stacked field of 28 teams including several Pac-12 rivals, The Goodwin will be a great test for this talented Cardinal team.
Stanford baseball (12-3, 2-1 Pac 12) opened up conference play this week against Utah at Sunken Diamond. After winning Friday’s contest by a score of 4-2, the Cardinal split the weekend games against the Utes to win its fourth straight series.
Stanford men’s golf spent three days battling the elements in the Pacific Northwest at the Bandon Dunes Championship this week. Led by sophomore Barclay Brown, the Cardinal improved its position in the tournament each round, ultimately finishing in a tie for sixth.
The Cardinal posted the lowest final round in the Juli Inkster Invitational tournament but came up just short, finishing in second place behind Washington.
Coming off a record-setting performance at the Gunrock Invitational last week, Stanford women’s golf will head to the Meadow Club to compete in the Juli Inkster Invitational starting Monday.
After a tough three days of play at the Cabo Collegiate in San Antonio, Stanford men’s golf will head to Oregon to compete in the Bandon Dunes Championship beginning Sunday.
Stanford women’s golf made its season debut Thursday in a 36-hole stroke play event against San Jose State and Cal, beating both by seven and 14 strokes, respectively.
After 373 days without a tournament, Stanford women’s golf will be back in action this Thursday against San Jose State and Cal at the Stanford Golf Course.
After posting an impressive final round at The Prestige, Stanford men’s golf returned home to host Santa Clara in an all-day match play event, capitalizing on consistent play in both the morning and afternoon sessions to take down the Broncos by an overall score of 8-5.
Coming off of a blowout victory against Arizona State on Friday, No. 6 Stanford women’s basketball (20-2, 17-2 Pac-12) will take on No. 10 Arizona (15-2, 13-2 Pac-12) in a decisive Pac-12 showdown Monday.
In its first tournament action in nearly a year, the Stanford men’s golf team placed sixth at The Prestige at PGA West.