It has been quite a successful past couple of days for the Stanford golf teams. A day after the men scored a convincing win at the Erin Hills Intercollegiate in Wisconsin, the women’s squad—led by veterans sophomore Mariah Stackhouse and junior Mariko Tumangan—won by an even greater margin at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational. Stackhouse also captured the individual crown at the event, held at Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Wash.
After two rounds of play at the NCAA Championships, the No. 10 Stanford women’s golf team is in a tie for fifth place with No. 7 Purdue at 2-over par 578, three strokes out of third but 18 behind No. 1 USC. Individually, freshman Mariah Stackhouse is alone in fifth after a 4-under 68 second round, four shots behind tournament leader Stephanie Meadow of Alabama.
After a couple of season-saving rounds to wrap-up the NCAA West Regional, the No. 10 Stanford women’s golf team begins play today at its fourth… Continue Reading »
The No. 5 Stanford women’s golf team finished sixth at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic in Maui, Hawaii on Tuesday, lead once again by precocious freshman Mariah Stackhouse.
Golf: Women to host Stanford Intercollegiate, men hope to bounce back at U.S. Collegiate Championship
Entering its final tournament of the fall season, the women’s golf team hopes to build on its recent third-place finish at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational. The men’s team, on the other hand, is hoping to erase the past with a good finish at this weekend’s U.S. Collegiate Championship, hosted by Georgia Tech.
With Barton, Wong, Mar and Frasier all finishing at least 14 over par–with Mar and Barton at +21 and +29, respectively–the whole team is struggling with its consistency on the course. If Stanford hopes to compete for its first conference title since 1999 this spring–and it does appear to have the talent necessary to take a shot at favorite UCLA–it will need to find a solution to the inconsistencies.
Riding high after a second place finish at the Cougar Invitational last month, the women’s golf team got off to a solid start as host of the Stanford Intercollegiate this past weekend, shooting a combined two-under to sit in fourth place after the first round of play. But trouble struck on the second day of competition, and the Card couldn’t make up much of the large gap in the third round either, finishing the 16-team event in a tie for 10th place.