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Men’s golf earns first win of season behind record-breaking performance from McNealy

After recording five top-five finishes but falling short of the winner’s circle in each tournament entering this week, the Stanford men’s golf team broke through with a resounding 10-stroke victory at the Western Collegiate in Santa Cruz. The three-day, 54-hole tournament spanning Monday through Wednesday also saw a record-breaking performance from junior Maverick McNealy, who…

Season in review: Stanford men’s golf

For the Stanford men’s golf team, the 2013-14 campaign seemed like one of destiny. After failing to advance to the NCAA finals a season ago with a roster loaded with experience and talent, the Cardinal were undoubtedly on a mission to reverse the program’s recent trend of underperformance when the stakes were at their highest.

Men’s golf corralled by Cowboys in NCAA semifinals

What a difference a day — a few hours, even — can make. On Monday evening, the Stanford men’s golf team was elated, having just earned the number-one seed for Tuesday and Wednesday’s match play rounds at the NCAA finals. Those feelings did a complete 180-degree turn by Tuesday evening, when the Card were closely ousted in the match play semifinals by Oklahoma State, losing ever so slightly 3-2.