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Jenny Peter

Women’s golf finishes 19th at NCAAs

The Stanford women’s golf team finished 19th at the NCAA Championships in Wilmington, N.C. last week. The Cardinal ended the tournament with its lowest round, a two-over 290, and had a combined score of 1199 (47-over-par) over 72 holes. The top four out of five individual scores from each round were added together to determine the final score...

W. Golf: Hitting the Green

The Stanford women’s golf team makes its 19th appearance today at the NCAA Division I National Championships at the Country Club of Landfall in Wilmington, N.C. The first round of 18 holes begins today, and the tournament will conclude on Friday. Participants will play 72 holes of golf, and the lowest four scores from each team will count toward each day’s total score.

Women’s Golf: Card advances to NCAA tournament

On Saturday, the Stanford women’s golf team procured a solid 284 (10-over) at the NCAA West Regional hosted at the Stanford Golf Course, finishing sixth out of 24 teams and clinching a berth to the NCAA Championships in Wilmington, N.C. from May 18-21. The top eight teams from the tournament advanced, as well as the top eight teams from the Central Regional and the East Regional...

Women’s golf: Card take 10th at PING Invitational

The Stanford women’s golf team finished strong in the last round of the PING ASU Invitational last weekend to secure 10th place at the Karsten Course in Tempe, Ariz. The Cardinal’s top-10 finish is respectable because Stanford had to contend with nine of the top 12 teams in the nation. UCLA finished first at the 54-hole tournament with an 856 (eight under par), overcoming host Arizona State (857, -7) by one shot. USC (858, -6), New Mexico (863,-1) and Purdue (864) placed third, fourth and fifth, respectively. Stanford was 20 strokes behind the leaders with a 12-over 876...

Golfing in the Desert

The No. 12 Stanford women’s golf team is bound for Tempe, Ariz. for the PING Arizona State Invitational this Friday through Sunday at the Karsten Golf Course...

Women’s golf: Card finish sixth at Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational

The Stanford women’s golf team shot a total of 909 after three rounds of golf to finish sixth out of 18 teams at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational in Austin, Texas last weekend. This was the first time all team members were present to play in a tournament. It was also everyone’s first time playing the UT golf course, including the upperclassmen...

W. Golf: Disappointed on the course

After a few ups and downs, the Stanford women’s golf team finished in eighth place at the Bruin-Wave Invitational on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with an 885 (21-over-par) after playing 54 holes. The well-organized tournament was hosted by UCLA and Pepperdine, and was held at Robinson Ranch Golf Club in Santa Clarita, Calif...

Bears get flipped

No. 1 Stanford hosted the Big Flip Off men’s gymnastics meet on Saturday night and boosted their record to 2-0 with a win over California at Burnham Pavilion. This was Stanford’s second win of the season over its archrivals, which scored lower than the Cardinal on every event except the pommel horse to end nearly nine points behind Stanford (349.65 – 340.85).
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