Coming into the final day of the 72nd Annual Western Intercollegiate at Pasatiempo tied for ninth place, No. 18 ranked Stanford men’s golf clocked the second-best score of Sunday’s round to claim a sixth place overall finish.
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.
The red-hot No. 1 Stanford men’s golf team will begin in earnest its pursuit of its first national title since 2007 on Monday morning when it tees off at the NCAA Tucson Regional in Tucson, Arizona at the Gallery Golf Club at Dove Mountain. The event will take place over the course of three days, with the top five teams advancing to the finals in Eugene, Oregon in two weeks.
As it has for the past three seasons, the Stanford men’s golf team will end its regular season on the picturesque fairways of the Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz, Calif. Pasatiempo, playing host to this weekend’s Western Intercollegiate, is the Cardinal’s final stop before embarking on what they hope is a long and successful postseason. On the individual side, junior Patrick Rodgers will look to win his fourth straight tournament as he tracks down Tiger Woods for the most event victories in program history.
The No. 8 Stanford men’s golf team capped its regular season with a third-place finish in the Western Intercollegiate at the Pasatiempo Golf Club in Santa Cruz, Calif. “We love going over there [to Pasatiempo],” said head coach Conrad Ray. “We’ve played there a number of years, and Stanford has a great tradition at the…
In its strongest showing in months, the Stanford men’s golf team finished second to No. 1 Texas at the Western Intercollegiate, held at the famous Pasatiempo course in Santa Cruz