Today marks one of the most important dates on the calendar for NCAA running. Teams from all stretches of the country will toe the line at their respective NCAA Regional Championship race, hoping to claim a trip to Madison Wisconsin for the NCAA Cross Country National Championships. Between the men’s and women’s divisions, 18 regional races will take place this morning in nine different cities across the country.
Despite a dismal first round performance, the No. 10 Stanford women’s golf team bounced back nicely over the final two days of the NCAA West Regional to finish fifth on its home course. The top-eight finish at the regional advances the Cardinal to next week’s NCAA Championship in Athens, Ga. Thursday’s first round saw Stanford…
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.
After coming up just short at the Pac-12 Championships two weeks ago, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams will be looking to pick up the pace and qualify for the NCAA Championships tomorrow morning when they host the 2011 NCAA West Regional at the Stanford Golf Course.
The Stanford cross country teams took care of business on Saturday, performing admirably at the NCAA West Regional and virtually clinching spots at the NCAA Championships.
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.