No. 7 women’s golf team had its eyes set on a national championship, before No. 2 Duke narrowly outlasted the Cardinal 3-2 in the NCAA Quarterfinals at the Blessings Golf Club on Tuesday night.
No. 7 Stanford women’s golf advances to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship after placing seventh through the first three rounds of the tournament play at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Stanford was one of eight teams to qualify for the playoff round of the tournament and will face off against No. 3 Duke in the quarterfinals.
No. 4 Stanford women’s golf came in at fourth place at the NCAA East Lansing Regional, which took place Monday to Wednesday, and will continue onto the NCAA National Championship in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on May 17-22.
On Tuesday afternoon, No. 3 Stanford women’s golf finished third in an 18-team field and 11 strokes off winner Northwestern after the final round of the Silverado Showdown in Napa, CA.
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.
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.
The Stanford golf teams are in the final stretch, entering the NCAA postseason in the coming week. The women’s team will head into action first, playing May 8-10 in the Albuquerque Regional at The Championship Golf Course at the University of New Mexico. The men have to wait a little longer but get home field…
Despite not having competed since November, the No. 1 Stanford women’s golf team showed few signs of rust last weekend as it cruised to a first place finish in the Peg Barnard Invitational.