Monday, February 16, 2015

Stanford finishes 2nd and McNealy first in The Prestige in La Quinta, CA



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Stanford finishes 2nd overall - click to enlarge
Final Results: 
“The guys came out of hibernation today,” head coach Conrad Ray remarked after the event. “We were excited about their rounds and they put the pedal down after a very good start. It was fun to get some momentum going and to post a number for Arizona State to look at. There is a lot of work ahead of us, but a very positive move by a young team today.”

by Gostanford.com
LA QUINTA, Calif. – Maverick McNealy played like a man on a mission.

That mission Wednesday was to help the Stanford men’s golf team climb from 10th place after the opening round of The Prestige at PGA West into contention for its second straight win at the event. Stanford was seventh through two rounds of the three-day, 54-hole showdown.

McNealy used nine birdies to post a remarkable 8-under 64 for his third medalist honor on the season. 


Editor's Note --- The 3rd win this season leaves Maverick only behind two Stanford players who have won more events in a season, Tiger Woods with 8 in 1995-96 and Patrick Rodgers with 6 last year.  Only eight players in Stanford history have recorded a round lower than McNealy’s 64.

With his victory, McNealy joins Tiger Woods (3 in 1994-95 & 8 in 1995-96), Patrick Rodgers (6 in 2013-14), Cameron Wilson (3 in 2013-14), Zack Miller (3 in 2006-07) and Joel Kribel (3 in 1996-97) as the only Stanford players to compile at least three victories in a season.  See Stanford record holders.
McNealy wins his 3rd tourney - click to enlarge
Final team standings - click to enlarge
“My game has felt really solid for a while, but I really started to light it up coming down the stretch of our events, especially the last six holes at our last tournament in Hawaii,” McNealy said. “I tried to get in that mindset from the get-go today, and played possibly the best round of golf in my life. I had two bad tee balls, both of which I couldn’t swing at because I was next to a tree. But I absolutely stuffed irons all day and even hit the pin from 157 yards out on the ninth. I was happy with how I kept the pedal down during the whole round.”

McNealy followed an opening-round birdie with a bogey on the second hole. He proceeded to birdie every other hole from four to 14, and then rattled off birdies on 15 and 16. McNealy (68-69-64) was 15-under overall.

“But what I’m most proud of from today is how our team played,” McNealy continued. “We fed off each others’ momentum today. It got me going on eight to hear that Viraat (Badhwar) was 5-under and (David) Boote was 4-under. I’m really happy for the guys. We have been putting in great work and it’s starting to pay off. We’re going to take this momentum into our next event.”

While the Cardinal briefly held the lead with a tournament-best 20-under 268, Arizona State used a late surge to take the tournament title. The Sun Devils were 31-under while Stanford (288-281-268) finished at 27-under.

Stanford’s 20-under tied the best single round in program history. In 2006, the Cardinal rallied for a 20-under at the CordeValle Classic.

It was the third straight top-10 finish for the Cardinal, which won The Prestige last season. Even more, McNealy was the program’s second straight medalist at the event, following the path blazed by Patrick Rodgers’ 2014 victory.

McNealy was four shots better than second-place Xander Schauffele (San Diego State) and Jon Rahm (Arizona State), who both finished at 11-under.

Including McNealy, four Cardinal finished its final rounds in the red. Viraat Badhwar tied for 19th and had a brilliant 6-under 66. Badhwar went 5-under on the front and was 6-under through 11. He neutralized a bogey on 12 with a birdie on the par-4 13th.

David Boote, who tied for 27th, collected eight birdies with three bogeys for his 5-under performance. Franklin Huang tied for 21st following his 1-under finale and Jeffrey Swegle had an even-par kind of day.

Individuals Patrick Grimes (t-56th), Dominick Francks (t-63rd) and Bradley Knox (t-77th) each went 2-over to conclude the event.

Final round scorecards - click to enlarge
The Cardinal will now dust off its passports and head to the Querencia Cabo Collegiate (March 1-3) in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.

Round 2 Results:
Stanford moved up three places to 7th with its 7-under par 281 team total, 16 strokes behind the leading USC team.  The 7-under round was the 4th best of the day in which ASU was 14-under par and OSU was 13 under.

Maverick McNealy is tied for 3rd overall, 1 stroke behind the two individual leaders after his 3-under 69 (68-69 137 T3).  Freshman Franklin Huang fired a sparkling 68 (74-68 142 T20) in a round that included 4 birdies leading to a 32 on his back nine. Viraat Badhwar had another 73 (73-73 146 T42), David Boote bounced back with a 71 (76-71 147 T47) and freshman Jeff Swegle had a 77 (73-77 150 T59).

Individual results included Patrick Grimes with 73 (76-73 149 T54), Dominick Francks (75-76 151 T63) and Bradley Knox came in with 80 (78-80 158 T77).

Individual scorecards and top 7 team scoring is shown below --- click to enlarge.
Rnd 2 scorecards & top 7 team scores - click to enlarge
Round 1 Results:
As in recent events Stanford finds itself with strokes to make up after round 1 as it sits in 10th place (out of 14 teams) after an even par day, 12 strokes behind the leader, Stirling University, from Scotland.  Four Pac-12 teams are ahead of the Cardinal.

Once again Maverick McNealy led the way with a 4-under 68 as he is tied for 4th place overall.  He's followed by Viraat Badhwar and Jeff Swegle with 73s, Franklin Huang at 74 and David Boote with 76.

Playing as individuals Dominick Francks had a 75, Patrick Grimes a 76 and Bradley Knox a 78.

Scorecards are shown below in addition to the top 10 teams --- note team national rankings next to team names.
Rnd 1 scorecards and top 10 teams - click to enlarge


Friday, February 6, 2015

Maverick finishes 2nd and team 10th at the Ameri Ari Invitational on the Big Island of Hawaii



Final Results
Stanford slid into a tie for 10th with UCLA, 15 strokes behind ASU despite a 10-under par final round 278 total.  Maverick McNealy once again led the way with a superb 2nd place finish individually, his 4th top 5 finish out of 6 events this season. 

Maverick's final round 65 included 7 birdies and an eagle 2 on the par 4 5th hole playing 296 yards where he drove to 15 feet - Maverick said afterwards that his eagle "got my round going".  His 15-under total of 201 came on rounds of 67-69-65 as he finished two strokes behind Cheng-Tsung Pan of Washington.

David Boote tied for 32nd on rounds of 72-70-69 211, Viraat Badhwar tied for 53rd with 69-72-74 215, Jeff Swegle was tied for 66th with 70-76-71 217 and Dominick Francks tied for 93rd at 227 on rounds of 80-74-73.  Patrick Grimes played as an individual and tied for 76th at 220 total on rounds of 75-72-73.

Final team and round 3 scorecards are shown below.
Round 3 scorecards and team finishes - click to enlarge
Round 2 Results
Weather conditions were favorable for scoring in round 2 with light winds opening the door for low rounds.  But Stanford was unable to make a move in round two, dropping from 4th to 8th place, as the top 7 teams all fired very low team totals ranging from 9 under par to 19 under par while Stanford was only 3-under on the day).  The Pac 12 has 5 teams in the top 8 led by Washington at 30-under par and USC at 27 under par, while the Cardinal sits at 13 under par.

Maverick McNeal again led the way in round 2 and is tied for 7th overall after a 3-under 69 (67-69 136 T7) followed by David Boote's 70 (72-70 142 T39), Viraat Badhwar's 72 (69-72 141 T24), Dominick Francks' 74 (80-74 154 T98) and Jeff Swegle's 76 (70-76 146 T66).  Patrick Grimes had a 72 (75-72 147 T71) playing as an individual.

Top team and individual scorecards are shown below --- click to enlarge.
End 2 - Top 8 teams and individual scorecards. Click to enlarge

Round 1 Results --- via GoStanford.com
WAIKOLOA, Hawaii – Maverick McNealy led Stanford with a 5-under 67 at Waikoloa Kings’ Course as the men’s golf team started the spring portion of its season Thursday at the Amer Ari Invitational.

McNealy, tied for fourth among individuals, had five birdies during his bogey-free round on the par-72, 7,074-yard layout.

With a 10-under 278, the Cardinal is fourth among the 18-team field with two days remaining at the event, trailing USC (-12), Arizona State (-11) and Washington (-11).

Viraat Badhwar worked around three bogeys with five birdies for a 3-under 69 to share 12th place. Jeffrey Swegle posted a 2-under 70 and David Boote checked in at even-par.

Stanford placed four student-athletes in the top-50.

Playing as an individual, Patrick Grimes’ 3-over 75 came with the squad’s lone eagle on the day. Grimes needed three shots to do the deed on the 501-yard, par-5 18th.

First round scorecards are shown below:
First Round Scorecards - click to enlarge

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Three top recruits, Meyers, Salinda and Wu, are coming to the Farm in 2015

Chris Meyers, Isaiah Salinda, Brandon Wu
Three Choose Stanford 
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics plus added photos, videos, links and content 
Release: 11/18/2014
STANFORD, Calf. – The Stanford men’s golf team will add three extraordinary student-athletes to its 2015-16 roster, as Knowles Family Director of Men’s Golf Conrad Ray announced Tuesday that Isaiah Salinda (South San Francisco, Calif./Junipero Serra), Brandon Wu (Danville, Calif./Deerfield Academy [Mass.]) and Chris Meyers (Oro Valley, Ariz./Canyon del Oro) each signed a National Letter of Intent to join the Cardinal family.

Salinda, Wu and Myers will begin their academic and athletic careers at Stanford beginning in the fall of 2015.

“We are extremely excited about our 2015 recruiting class,” said Ray. “All three student-athletes are tremendous golfers based on achievements to date, but also have many of those intangibles that we look for in our prospects including strong character, work ethic, and team first attitude. All have enjoyed local, state, and national success, and we believe those level achievements will translate and continue well into their time at Stanford.”

The class offers a wealth of national and international experience, competing with the game’s best at every level.

Chris Meyers making double eagle to win 2014 First Tee Open
The Meyers File
• Prepped at Canyon del Oro (Ariz.)
• First at 2014 Nature Valley First Tee Open
     • Won with albatross on 18th at Pebble Beach
     • Only double-eagle recorded on 18th in tournament history
• Represented Arizona at 2013 Eddie Hogan Cup
• Represented Arizona at 2014 Junior America’s Cup
• First in five 2014 Junior Golf Association of Arizona events
• 2014 Arizona state champion
• Team placed second at 2014 state championship
• Team placed first at 2014 sectional
• 2013 Southern Arizona Player of the Year
• Full name is Christopher Jacob Meyers
• Born in Tucson, Ariz.
• Son of Daniel and Susan Meyers
     • Mother and father both golfed for Arizona
     • Mother played on LPGA Tour
• One sister, Carly
• National Honor Society
• AP Scholar with Distinction
• The First Tee mentor and coach


Isaiah Salinda

The Salinda File
• Ranked 39th in 2015 class
• Prepped at Juniper Serra (Calif.)
     • First student-athlete school’s history named varsity team MVP as a freshman
• 2014 West Catholic Athletic League Championship runner-up
• 2013 West Catholic Athletic League individual champion
• 2013 West Catholic Athletic League Player of the Year
• 2013 Central Coast Section Championship medalist
• 2013 AJGA HP Scholastic Honor Roll
• 2013 Mercury News Boys Golfer of the Year
• Second at 2014 AJGA Junior at Centennial
• Second at 2014 AJGA Junior at Mayacama
• Tied for fourth at 2014 Callaway Junior World Championship
• Third at 2014 California Junior Amateur
• Tied for ninth at 2014 Hogan Cup
• Second at 2013 San Francisco City Championship
• Third in 2013 AJGA Stockton Convention and Visitors Bureau Junior Open
• Second in 2008 Golf Channel’s “Drive, Chip and Putt” competition
• Three-team first team all-West Catholic Athletic League
• Full name is Isaiah Ruben Salinda
• Born in San Francisco
• Son of Antonio and Debbie Salinda
• One brother, Daryl
• National Honor Society
• AP scholar
• California Scholarship Federation
• Enjoys basketball, swimming, watching football and reading





The Wu File
• Ranked 60th in 2015 class
• Prepped at Deerfield Academy (Mass.)
• Earned four varsity letters in golf and swimming
• Led team to 2013 New England Championship in golf and swimming
• Four top-10 AJGA finishes
• Five top-5 AJGA finishes
• Second in 2014 NCGA Stroke Play Championship
• Born in Danville, Calif.
• Son of Yichun Wu and Xiaobing Zhang
• Two brothers, Evan and Michael
• Enjoys attending baseball, basketball and hockey games
• Plays recreational hockey
• Lived in Beijing for five years
• Allergic to grass

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Monday, November 3, 2014

Stanford finishes 3rd with three top 10 individuals as it sent 8 players to the Gifford Collegiate



Live Scoring | CordeValle GC
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Final Results:
Stanford finished strongly in 3rd place overall with the tournament's lowest scoring round at 8-under par 347, and the only tournament round with 4 players shooting in the 60s (the next best was several teams with two players shooting in the sixties in a given round).

“I’m happy the guys hung in there and ended on a high note with the best round of the day,” said Conrad Ray, the Knowles Family Director of Men’s Golf. “The fall was a productive campaign for us, with everyone seeing action and picking up valuable experience. We have a lot of work to do in the offseason, but we are excited about this team and our potential.”

Stanford was one of two teams (the winner UCLA being the other) with three players finishing in the top 10 individually.  The day's best round was posted by freshman Franklin Huang firing 7 birdies and one bogie to finish with a sparkling 66 leading to his excellent tied for 8th finish (73-71-66 210).  Overall Stanford was led by Viraat Badhwar's 7th place finish on rounds of 69-71-69 209 followed by David Boote, who also tied for 8th on rounds of 68-73-69 210.

Maverick McNealy overcame a triple bogey 7 to post a fine 68 in round 3 and tied for 21st with rounds of 75-73-68 216.  Patrick Grimes tied for 56th on rounds of 77-72-75 223 and Bradley Knox  tied for 63rd shooting 79-70-78 227.  Playing as individuals, Jeffrey Swegle finished tied for 28th on rounds of 74-68-76 218 and Dominick Francks tied for 51st shooting 73-76-74 223.

Final round team and individual scoring, plus scorecards are shown below --- click on image to enlarge.
Top 5 team and individual scoring - click to enlarge
Final round scorecards - click to enlarge
Round 2 Results:
It was a very steady round for all 8 players as the Cardinal moved into 4th place but 21 strokes behind USC and 18 behind UCLA.   The three freshmen led the way in round 2.   Low man with a sparkling 3-under par 68 was freshman Jeffrey Swegle playing as an individual in only his first collegiate event.  Jeffrey's round included 5 birdies and two bogies and moved him into 17th place (74-68 142).

Freshman Bradley Knox, playing as an individual) had a solid 70 on the day moving him to a tie for 49th (79-70 149), Viraat Badwar shot 71 and is tied for 6th (69-71 140), freshman Franklin Huang shot 71 and is tied for 26th (73-71 144), Patrick Grimes shot 72 and is also tied for 49th (77-72 149), David Boote is tied for 13th after his 68-73 141 and Maverick McNealy is tied for 41st on rounds of 75-73 148.

All scorecards and team scores for round two are shown below --- click on the image to enlarge.
Round 2 scorecards and team scores
Round 1 Results:
Stanford finished round 1 in 5th place with a 7-over par total of 362, 9 strokes behind USC.  David Boote led the way with a 68 to tie for 4th, followed by Viraat Badhwar's 69 which left him tied for 7th.  Franklin Huang finished 2-over at 73, Maverick McNeal was 4-over at 75, Patrick Grimes shot a 77 and Bradley Knox finished at 79.  Dominick Francks and Jeffrey Swegle, playing as individuals, had solid opening rounds of 73 and 74 respectively.

Team scorecards and standings for round 1 are shown below --- click on the image to enlarge.
Round 1 scorecards and team standings
Background
Stanford brings 8 players to the Gifford Collegiate played at a tour caliber venue, the CordeValle GC which has hosted both senior events and the PGA Tour's Fry's tournament.  CordeValle is located only 45 miles south of the Stanford campus.  Stanford last played in this event in 2012 when the team finished 2nd led by Cameron Wilson's course record 61 in his opening round.

Six players (sophomores Maverick McNealy and Viraat Badhwar, junior David Boote, senior Patrick Grimes and freshmen Franklin Huang and Bradley Knox) will compete in the championship with five scores counting each of the three rounds.  In addition, two individuals will be competing, junior Dominick Francks and freshman Jeffrey Swegle (who will be making his collegiate debut).

The field of 10 teams includes 5 ranked in the top 25:  #4 Texas, #10 UCLA (hosting the event), #14 Stanford, #16 South Florida and #21 UCLA.


Saturday, October 18, 2014

The Cardinal compete in the US Collegiate tourney in Georgia


The young 4th ranked Cardinal team travels to Alpharetta, Georgia outside of Atlanta to compete in the US Collegiate event against another strong field including traditional powers Texas, Georgia Tech (the host team) and Oklahoma State.  The field includes two other Pac-12 teams, UCLA and Washington.

Stanford sent out all underclassmen again including freshman Franklin Huang who is playing in his first college event after firing qualifying rounds of 64 and 67.  Maverick McNealy, David Boote, Viraat Badhwar (coming off his course record 11-under par 59 at Stanford the previous week) and Jim Liu complete the team.

Final Results - by gostanford.com
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Maverick McNealy was 1-over in his final round of the United States Collegiate Championship on Sunday, pacing Stanford to a 13th-place finish. 

Final team standings are shown below - click to enlarge:
Final Team Standings

Stanford (283-293-300) was 12-over as a team overall after entering Sunday’s round at even-par. The men’s golf team looks to regroup and rebound at the Gifford Collegiate (Nov. 3-4) held at CordeValle Golf Club in San Martin, Calif.

Texas (-21) outlasted Virginia (-20) for the team title on The Golf Club of Georgia’s par-72 layout.

“We struggled all the way around today after a slow start on the first few holes,” said Conrad Ray, Stanford’s Knowles Family Director of Men’s Golf. “We have a young team this season, and with that typically comes more ups and downs. It was a great learning experience the last few days for us, and we will be a better team when we tee it up at CordeValle.”

McNealy (66-74-73) was the team’s highest individual finisher, tying for 13th at 3-under. McNealy was joined in the top-25 by Viraat Badhwar (73-70-74), who was 25th at 1-over.

Franklin Huang (73-74-75) tied for 54th, David Boote (71-75-80) tied for 65th and Jim Liu (79-77-78) tied for 76th.


Final round scorecards can be found below - click to enlarge:
Final round scorecards - click to enlarge
Second Round Results
Stanford struggled in round  two with a team total of 5 over 293 which was only the day's 12th best in the field of 15, leaving the team tied for 7th place but still 11 strokes behind the leader Texas.  The field is bunched tightly at the top so a good third round can change final results significantly.

Viraat Badhwar (73-70 143 T19) led the way with a 2-under 70 and the four other Stanford players all were over par.  Maverick (66-74 140 T7) and freshman Franklin Huang (73-74 147 T42) had 74s, David Boote (71-75 146 T37) a 75 and Jim Liu (79-77 156 T76) continue to struggle with a 77.

Time to go low in the final round.  2nd round scorecards are shown below:
Round 2 scorecards - click to enlarge
First Round Results
After the first round Stanford is in 4th position with a 4-under par 284 total, 11 strokes behind Virginia which was led by Denny McCarthy's blazing 63.  Maverick continued his strong play with an opening 66 to tie for 2nd, David was 1 under at 71, Viraat and Franklin carded 73s and Jim had a 79.  

Maverick's great round included 6 birdies and no bogies.  Franklin had a solid start to his college career with a 1 under front nine and a final hole birdie for his 1-over total.  First round scorecards are shown below:
First round scorecards - click to enlarge

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Stanford competes in the Nike Invitational at famed Colonial CC in Ft. Worth, Texas

Stanford five and 12 teams competing at Colonial CC
Nike sponsored the inaugural Swoosh Invitational at famed "Hogan's Alley" Colonial CC in Ft. Worth, Texas, longtime home course of Ben Hogan and a regular PGA tour stop for many years.  A strong field of 10 teams is shown above.

Two Stanford players are competing for the first time this season, junior David Boote (back from his worldwide travels to compete in the World Amateur Team Championships in Japan and in a European Tour event in Wales) and freshman Bradley Knox.  Rounding out the team are Maverick McNealy, ranked #1 in collegiate golf, Jim Liu and Viraat Badhwar.

Final Results:
The Cardinal moved up 3 places to finish 2nd, 6 strokes behind Oregon, with a solid final round of 3-over par 283 led by a 3rd place finisher Maverick McNealy (71-66-69 206 4-under).  Maverick finished 4 strokes behind Thomas Lim of Oregon, and 2 strokes behind Cheng-Tsung Pan of Washington.  Congrats to Maverick for his outstanding season start with two wins and this top 3 finish.  Stanford had the tournament's lowest round (2nd round 281) and tied for 2nd with its final round 283 total.

The Pac-12 garnered 4 of the top 6 spots in the tournament.  Team and top 5 individual scoring for the first 7 teams is shown below --- click to enlarge.


David Boote tied for 9th (72-71-72 215), Viraat Badhwar tied for 11th (74-72-71 217), Jim Liu tied for 29th (77-72-73 222) and freshman Bradley Knox finished strongly in his first collegiate event to tie for 34th (76-76-72 223).  Final round scorecards are included below.



Next up for the Cardinal is a trip to Georgia to play the US Intercollegiate October 17-19 against another strong field.

Rounds 1 & 2 Results:
Stanford sits in 5th place after the first two rounds, but only 6 strokes behind leading Oregon following a strong 2nd round, 1-over par 281 total, which tied the low round thus far.

McNealy leads the way in 3rd overall on rounds of 71-66 (3-under), Boote is tied for 10th with 72-71, Badhwar tied for 19th at 74-72, Liu tied for 29th at 77-72 and Knox tied for 48th at 76-76.

The top 5 teams and 2nd round scorecards are shown below - click to enlarge.
Round 2 scorecards and top 5 teams
The first round scorecards are shown below:
Round 1 scorecards - click to enlarge

Friday, September 12, 2014

Cardinal finishes 4th and McNealy 1st again at famed Olympia Fields in Chicago against a strong field


The Illini Invitational welcomed Stanford and a top field to famed Olympia Fields in Chicago, site of several major championships.

Stanford comes into the Illini Invitational off a 15-stroke win at the SW Intercollegiate hosted by USC.  The same 5 players, Maverick McNealy, Jim Liu, Viraat Badhwar, Patrick Grimes and Dominic Francks who competed recently are representing the Cardinal.

The field is strong with 8 of the top 20 teams entered including #1 Alabama, #3 Stanford, #7 Illinois, #13 Texas, #18 Texas A & M and #19 Arkansas.

Final Results (provided by gostanford.com)
Maverick McNealy picked up his second win in as many outings Sunday by claiming top honors at the Olympia Fields/Fighting Illini Invitational.

McNealy, who collected the first win of his collegiate career earlier this week at the Southwestern Intercollegiate, fired three consecutive rounds of 71 to finish 3-over at the par-70 Olympia Fields Country Club. He shared the top billing with host Illinois’ Dylan Meyer.

Stanford’s Cameron Wilson also shared medalist honors at the same tournament in 2013 with Robby Shelton of Alabama.

Stanford (294-299-289) was fourth overall among the 15-team field at 42-over. Illinois (+21), Florida State (+32) and Baylor (+36) claimed the top three spots.

Final Team scores - click to enlarge
Maverick's 3 winning rounds - click to enlarge

“I’m happy with how the guys hung in there, but we’ve got much to work on,” said Conrad Ray, Stanford’s Knowles Family Director of Men’s Golf. “It’s early in the year, so it was good for us to play a challenging course to see what we have team-wise.

“Maverick has been very solid these last two weeks, and two medals in a few strong fields is a great start to his year with added confidence. Jim Liu has had two great weeks, too. It’s good to see him playing better and on the right track.”

Liu’s even-par third round was the best score of any Cardinal during the 56-hole event. He was 4-under on the front but had four bogeys on the back, eventually finishing 12th overall at 8-over.

Patrick Grimes (+11) squeezed into the top-20, taking 19th with rounds of 74-73-74.

Viraat Badhwar (+20) tied for 54th and Dominick Francks (+31) tied for 71st.


Round 3 scorecards - click to enlarge
The Cardinal has a few weeks off until traveling to Forth Worth, Texas, for the Swoosh Invitational (Oct. 6-7).

Round 2 Results:
On another cool, windy but sunny day when scoring improved, the Cardinal failed to keep up with the leaders and fell 17 strokes behind Baylor and 9 behind host Illinois.  Stanford's 2nd round total of 299, or 19 over par, only beat 3 other teams in the field.  Team standings are included below:
Round 2 team scoring - click to enlarge

Stanford was once again led by Maverick McNealy who shot another 71 and is tied for 1st overall.  Patrick Grimes posted a 73, Jim Lie a 76, Viraat Badhwar a 79 and Dominic Francks an 80.  Round 2 scorecards are shown below:
Round 2 scorecards - click to enlarge

Round 1 Results:
In cool, rainy conditions at this demanding venue, Stanford completed round 1 at 14 over par  and is tied for 3rd, 3 behind Virginia Tech and 1 behind Florida State.  Team standings are shown below:

Round 1 Team totals - click to enlarge

“It was a really hard day to play,” CU head coach Roy Edwards said.  “The golf course is really long and tough to begin with, and they're using the same hole locations they used for the U.S. Open, and those are never easy.  Plus it played longer because it was cold (low 50s) with constant rainfall.  It made it tough for everyone to play; there wasn’t a single hole out here today where par wasn’t a good score.”

Coming off an individual win last week, Maverick McNealy led the way with a 1 over 71, Jim Liu finished with a very steady 72, Patrick Grimes shot 74, Viraat Badhwar shot a 77 (despite two triple bogies) and Dominick Francks an 84.  Scorecards for each player are shown below:
Round 2 scorecards - click to enlarge