CSTV, a CBS Company, June 18, 2007
Cardinal is honored at the spring NCAA Champions Day.
Washington, DC - The 2007 national championship Stanford men's golf team was honored today at the White House in a championship reception on the South Lawn with President George W. Bush. The team was part of a ceremony that included more than 20 national championship teams as part of White House NCAA Champions Day.
The team enjoyed a tour of historic White House rooms before hearing remarks from the President on the White House South Lawn. The full speech by President Bush is available here. http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2007/06/20070618-2.html
The Cardinal squad won seven team titles in 2007 and captured its first national title since 1994 at the NCAA Championships in Williamsburg, Va. on June 2. The team led wire-to-wire at the championships, and claimed the program's eighth overall title. The Cardinal finished at 11 under 1,109 (275-278-275-281), at the par 70, 6,803 yard Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, to stake a 12-stroke victory. All five Cardinal golfers earned All-America honors, the most of any season in program history.
Monday, June 18, 2007
Saturday, June 2, 2007
gostanford.com, CSTV, June 2, 2007
Williamsburg, Va. - The national ranked Stanford men's golf team led wire-to-wire at the 2007 NCAA Championships, capturing their first NCAA title since 1994 and eighth overall. The Cardinal finished at 11 under 1,109 (275-278-275-281), at the par 70, 6,803 yard Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, to stake a 12 stroke victory.
Stanford's last NCAA title came in 1994 in McKinney, Texas where the Cardinal squad of William Yanagisawa, Notah Begay III, Casey Martin, Steve Burdick and Brad Lanning recorded a team score of 1,129 to take top honors.