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 one round of play, the team is in a four-way tie for 12th place, four spots and four strokes behind No. 8 Cal.
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.
The Stanford women’s golf team tied for fourth as play concluded Wednesday at the Pac-12 Championships hosted by UCLA at the Valencia Golf Course. The finish is the highest for Stanford at the conference tournament since the Cardinal placed second in 2001.
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Redshirt senior linebacker Chase Thomas was named a semifinalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy, which recognizes both athletic performance and personal character, on Thursday.
The men and women’s golf teams both finished up their fall seasons this week, with the women placing third at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational on Wednesday while the men came home in sixth place at the Gifford Collegiate Golf Championship earlier in the day.
Junior golfer Sally Watson kicked off her year with a bang, scoring birdies on four of her last 12 shots and sinking a 40-foot putt to capture a come-from-behind individual title and second place team finish at the Cougar Cup hosted by Washington State.