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 »
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The No. 11 Stanford women’s golf team will look to qualify for its fourth consecutive NCAA Championships when it begins play at the NCAA West Regional on its home course today.
In light of last month’s manhunt in Boston, which included a shooting on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) campus, University emergency management officials have sought to increase awareness within the University community of responses to such “active threat” situations.
Mariah Stackhouse set a course record with a round of 61 (-10 under par), including an astonishing 26 on the front nine, en route to winning the Peg Barnard Invitational.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) expects to complete repairs on the damaged gas pipeline at the intersection of Junipero Serra Boulevard and Campus Drive West within the week, according to PG&E spokesperson Jason King. Crews will have to install a new valve on gas line #132 before bringing the pipe on line.
In a result that surprised very few, the men’s and women’s cross country teams both won the team races at the Stanford Invitational last weekend, setting the tone for what each hopes is a return to the podium at the NCAA Championships in November.
After a disappointing fifth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships, the Stanford men’s golf team has the chance to redeem itself at the NCAA Regionals, which start today at the Stanford Golf Course
Andrew Yun shot a 4-under-par 68 on the final day of play over the weekend to secure a two-shot victory at the Pac-12 Championships, held at Oregon State’s Trysting Tree Golf Club