The No. 8 Stanford men’s golf team shot a combined 15-over-par 365 in Tuesday’s third round, falling one place to fifth in the team standings. Sophomore Patrick Rodgers, the second highest ranked golfer in the conference, failed to break par for the second consecutive day and is now sitting alone at 10th in the individual race.
With the departure of last year’s two top players, men’s tennis sophomore John Morrissey had big shoes to fill this season, leading a relatively young team against some of the toughest competition in the nation.
With the two star juniors, slugging right fielder Austin Wilson and solid right-handed starter A.J. Vanegas, back in the mix, Stanford baseball looks to regain some national respectability in the Pac-12 Conference.
The Stanford women’s basketball team finished off another successful regular season on Saturday, defeating Washington State 72-50 and winning its 13th-straight conference title. Cross-Bay rival California then defeated Washington 73-60 to ensure that the Card must share the title this season.
Stanford women’s basketball’s junior forward Chiney Ogwumike was picked by the U.S. Basketball Writer’s Association in its 2013 Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Top 20 Midseason Watch List on Tuesday.
Senior Steve Kearney’s career-best fourth-place finish at eight under par led Stanford men’s golf to seventh place in the Amer Ari Invitational at the Waikoloa… Continue Reading »