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Women’s golf returns to the Farm while the men hit the road

After recently sweeping Kent State at the weather-shortened Jack Nicklaus Collegiate Invitational, the No. 28 men’s golf team will conclude the fall season this weekend at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational in Alpharetta, Georgia. After nearly a month since their last tournament competition, the No. 6 women’s team continues their season with the annual Stanford Intercollegiate at the Stanford Golf Course this weekend.

Men’s golf misses cut for match play in NCAA Championships

The Stanford men’s golf team saw its season come to an end this weekend at the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, OK, but not before two upperclassmen sent their seasons out on a high note with fantastic individual performances.

Junior Isaiah Salinda finished in a tie for 15th individually at even par for the tournament. Salinda was the only Cardinal player to qualify for the final day of stroke play, but his senior teammate Jeffrey Sweggle also had an exciting finish to his career.

Men’s golf exits NCAA championship early after weather delays

Fourth seeded Stanford men’s golf finished its season in the third round at the NCAA men’s golf championships. While in the mix, the Cardinal were unable to catch the teams ahead to make the 15-team cut and advance to the playoff round. Although the finish may have not been what they hoped for, the team showed lots of resilience in the brutal weather and early wake up calls.

Men’s golf takes second at Western Intercollegiate

No. 14 Stanford men’s golf made the short drive down to Santa Cruz over this Masters weekend for the 71st annual Western Intercollegiate, hosted by San Jose State at Pasatiempo Golf Club. It was the team’s first competition since its first win of the season at the Goodwin last weekend over top-ranked USC. The Cardinal couldn’t quite find the same magic, but took home a distant second place, trailing only the Trojans in the fifteen team field.