Stanford Men's Sailing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 At the team championships on Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin, on Sunday, May 30, Stanford Sailing finished in ninth…More place. The Stanford crew is one of eight teams which will sail in all three national championships.
Stanford Women's Fencing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 In March 2010 Stanford's women's fencing team was represented at the West Regional Champions and placed ninth at the…More 2010 NCAA Championships. The team was led by Francesca Bassa who placed eighth in the épée. Bassa was the lone Cardinal female to be honored as All-American. The Fencing Center, home to Stanford's Fencing team, is located in the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation, a 75,000 square foot recreation facility for students, faculty and staff, which opened in February 2006.
Stanford Men's Fencing 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 The Stanford men's and women's fencing teams won the West Regional Championships for the fifth year in a row in March…More 2010. The men's team also had an individual winner, Max Murphy, who won by outfencing his opponent in the sabre competition. The Stanford Fencing Salle is on the bottom floor of the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation. It is a 75,000-square-foot recreation facility for students, faculty and staff that opened in February 2006.
The Stanford Women's Cross Country team is looking forward to this season with six of the team's top…More runners returning in 2010. It's also looking forward to topping its 16th-place, 2009 NCAA Championship finish. The Cardinal will open its 2010 - 11 season with the Jim Vanden Heuvel event on September 3 in Reno, Nevada.
On Saturday September 25th, the 37th Stanford University Cross Country Invitational will take place on the Stanford Golf Course. In addition to boys and girls 5K varsity races, there will be a women's 6K college race.
The Stanford men's golf team has a remarkable history. From its beginnings as a varsity sport in the early 1930s, the…More team has won 8eight national championships and its players have won 24 professional major championships (more than any other team), plus seven U.S. and British Amateur titles. Since 1958, there have been 65 All-American seasons by Stanford players. Dozens of Stanford golfers have played professionally over the years.
The program's roots as a varsity sport start with the completion of the highly acclaimed Stanford Golf Course, which first opened for play on January 1, 1930.
The Siebel Varsity Training Center was designed by Robert Trent Jones II to be the finest practice center in the country, a nearly 30-acre facility for the varsity golf teams is on campus, adjacent to the golf course. This center, completed in Spring 2008, features six short game areas where every conceivable short-game shot can be practiced from a variety of grasses, uphill/downhill/sidehill lies, and where full shot practice can take place from tee blocks or to a variety of holes.
By shooting a final round team score of 284 (+10) to finish sixth at the NCAA West Regional at Stanford Golf Course,…More the Stanford Women's Golf team secured a trip to the NCAA Championships in Wilmington, NC.
Four members of Stanford's women's golf team earned spots on the 2010 Pacific-10 Conference's All-Academic team, led by Rebecca Dunham, who earned a first team selection. To be eligible for the all-academic team a student-athlete must be of at least sophomore standing with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and either be a starter or significant contributor to the team.
With six top-10 finishes in her 11 events during her freshman season on The Farm, Sally Watson has been named an honorable mention All-American by the the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA). She was also named to the NCGA's All-West Region team.