In the 2013 Peg Barnard Invitational, Stanford women’s golf team opened its spring season with a bang, with then-freshman Mariah Stackhouse setting a new Stanford… Continue Reading »
One hundred days removed from its final fall tournament, the No. 5 Stanford women’s golf team will finally complete its long winter layoff this weekend…. Continue Reading »
Golf tournaments in Hawaii sometimes aren’t always all they are cracked up to be. First, there’s the long flight and the subsequent jet lag. Then, there’s the issue of actually focusing on the event. The latter can be quite a task, as picturesque ocean views and beautiful beaches can be just a little bit distracting.
Playing against one of the toughest fields in recent collegiate golf memory, Stanford’s women’s golf grabbed fourth place, finishing behind three conference opponents ranked in… Continue Reading »
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 a dramatic win at August’s California State Women’s Amateur and leading her team to an impressive T-3rd placing at the Windy City Collegiate Classic yesterday, Stanford may yet have another young golfer ready to lead it to the promised land.
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.