Stanford women’s golf celebrated a successful weekend at its home course finishing 5-under 847 for second place at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Stanford freshman Angelina Ye took home the honor of individual champion — her first title at her second collegiate tournament of the season — with a stunning 10-under performance.
Stanford men’s and women’s golf teams will merge their golfing prowess to tee off against the Cal Golden Bears in the much anticipated inaugural “Big Match” at the Menlo Country Club on Wednesday.
Swinging into action for the first time this season, Stanford women’s golf dominated the links in Portland, Oregon and came away from the Molly Intercollegiate on Tuesday with the team title as well as individual title, courtesy of senior Andrea Lee. Meanwhile, men’s golf finished ninth at the Nike College Invitational.
After a fifth-place finish at the 2019 NCAA Championships with Stanford women’s golf, rising-senior Andrea Lee has been named the winner of the Mark H. McCormack Medal, which recognizes the top player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR).
In a disappointing end to an otherwise bright conference season, No. 4 Stanford women’s golf (+16) concluded play Wednesday at Palos Verdes Golf Club in Palos Verdes, CA with a fourth-place finish in the Pac-12 Championship, behind No. 1 USC (-1), No. 7 Arizona (+10) and No. 15 Arizona State (+15). Junior Albane Valenzuela, who…
The Stanford women’s golf team ranks second to USC in the Pac-12 Championships after the first round.
Swinging through San Luis Obispo for the Bruin Wave Invitational from Monday to Tuesday, the No. 4 Stanford women’s golf team captured their second tournament title in as many tries this spring season. The Cardinal finished with a total score of 31-over 895, closing strong with an 8-over 296 on the final 18, good for their best showing of the contest.
The No. 4 women’s golf team is traveling to Atlanta, Georgia, to compete in the coveted East Lake Cup. Among a competitive field that consists of eight semi-finalists from the 2018 NCAA Division I national championship, including the defending champions Arizona, the women’s team will be teeing off against some of the best teams from last year’s national championship.