No matter who ends up filling out the back end of Stanford’s traveling squad, Lauren Kim is confident that this team’s strength from one to seven will pay dividends.
Since beginning its season on Sept. 9 at the Dale McNamara Fall Preview in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Stanford women’s golf team has come full circle. On Saturday, the Cardinal punched another ticket to Tulsa. This time, the trip will have slightly more significance: the chance at a national championship. The Card ensured their spot in…
Coming off the program’s biggest win in recent memory, the No. 4 Stanford women’s golf team will look to avoid a letdown and continue its championship-level play at this weekend’s NCAA East Regional.
For the second consecutive season, Stanford sophomore golfer Mariah Stackhouse was named to the All-Pac-12 First Team, the conference announced Thursday.
Despite playing in far and away the most competitive conference tournaments in the nation this weekend, both golf squads are poised to deliver performances worthy of victory.
Despite relocating to drier climes for its regular season finale, the Stanford women’s golf team was ultimately unable to replicate its impressive performance from last year’s PING/ASU Invitational at this season’s iteration of the event.
After two rounds of play at the NCAA Championships, the No. 10 Stanford women’s golf team is in a tie for fifth place with No. 7 Purdue at 2-over par 578, three strokes out of third but 18 behind No. 1 USC. Individually, freshman Mariah Stackhouse is alone in fifth after a 4-under 68 second round, four shots behind tournament leader Stephanie Meadow of Alabama.
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.